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For those in the NJ,NY, CT area, what are you paying, per foot, for winter storage with stands?
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In Mystic, CT it''s $32/ft for a 30'' sail. Stands are $20/each. With mast in it''s $6/ft. Mast out is $14/ft.

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In Mamaroneck it''s $44/foot for Hauling, Storage, Power Wash, and Re-launching in the spring. Shrink Wrap is between $13/foot and $16/foot depending on LOA and Beam. All winterization and storage (for props and sails, etc.) are a-la-cart. I have yet to find any major differences in cost for comparable facilities in the whole area. I look more at protection from Noreasters, and the reputation of the yard if your planning on having them do any work over the winter. Also, you can tell from the a-la-cart price lists whether a yard is geared more toward powerboats than sailboats (like prices to winterize "Bravo" Engines, but no mention of low horsepower diesels). Just some of my thoughts. Good luck.
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Up in the frozen north, Buffalo,NY. the going rate for outside storage and haulout, power wash and spring launch is any where from $9.95 - $12.00 a foot. Masts are left up, unless you want to pay for it to be taken down and stepped in the spring.
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On City Island (thr Bronx) I''m paying $36/foot mast stepped including hauling/launching, bottom washing, blocks and stands. The price for boats over 35'' is $39/ft. Mast stepping/unstepping (total) is $21 per foot of boat per mast. Spring bottom painting is required at $10/ft plus paint.
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NewBedford, Mass.
twenty-five to thirty per foot-haul,power wash,blocks and stands, electric, water and launch. Mast is about two dollars per foot of boat each way.

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In Chicago, $3.50 per square foot plus $280 to take down and put up the stick, includes a bottom wash and hull bath.
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