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Boat storage in Kennebunk, Maine

I''m going to be attending the Landing
School in Kennebunk, ME. I am looking
for a place to keep my 31'' sailboat. I
am looking for space close to the school.
I want to be able work on the boat in the
evenings and weekends. I''ll pay a fair
market price for the space if it includes
electricity and water. Does anyone here
know of anything that might fit this
description?

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Boat storage in Kennebunk, Maine

There''s a little boat yard in York Harbr, and several yards in Portland and S. Portland as well as Kittery and Newington, NH. Largest, easiest place might be Great Bay Marina in Newington, NH. There''s one little yard along the Kennebunk River on the south side, but I''ll wager space is at an absolute premium. Forget moorings.
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Boat storage in Kennebunk, Maine

Your best bet will be to ask at the Landing School for leads or ideas. Slips in Kennebunk or Cape Porpoise are practically nonexistant, so working on a floating boat will be at a mooring. Portland, York, even Ogunquit or Biddeford (which are closer to Kennebunkport)are still a good distance away either in HEAVY summer traffic or HEAVY winter snow. If W is in town for a round of golf it can take more than a half hour to get from the Landing School (which I believe is actually in Arundel) to either the Port or to Cape Porpoise - less than five miles away. Off season, you may find someone with a parking lot on the water who''ll get a crane and store some boats on it for the winter, but you have to ask around. The School should have some good ideas for you-- its a great place.
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Boat storage in Kennebunk, Maine

Try Wells harbor, Wells Beach Maine.

Been there many times on vacation and I know they store boats. Looks like alot of room too.
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