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winter storage needed Maryland to Maine

Hi
I need to store a boatLooking for a place where i can pull her out of the water and leave for 6 months


looking for private spot , anywhere from Maryland up to Maine

any contact nfo would be appreciated

THANKS

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white rocks marina just off the bay near baltimore is pretty cheap iirc my 27 footer was 125 a month. owner is nuts but its cheap
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Try the yards around Deltaville, VA. Schroeders has been the lowest cost land storage in my experience but there are a lot of places to try. Give them a call at 804-776-7500.

A Google search of Deltaville+Marina should turn up a lot of others to try. Expect Deltaville Boatyard to be a bit more expensive than Schroeders.
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24' beam is pressing your luck. Pleasure Cove Marina in Pasadena MD has a travelift that may be wide enough for your trimaran. They also have a very large forklift which may or may not do the trick; this depends on what your tri weighs. Their winter rates are pretty good, but if you go beyond March 31the rate jumps up. Last I was there, they had no crane service available for working on rigging so keep that in mind.
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I second Pleasure Cove Marina in Pasadena.

I'm pretty sure this is the number

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Or keep her in the water in Virginia - it's warmer.

Anywhere south of Deltaville real freezing is rare. Just winterize the water system. However, if you can't get someone to check on her there is some risk, particularly on a new-to-you boat. Of course, to sink a tri takes really bad luck.
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thanks for the replies , i have contacted your suggestions
appreciate your help !!!

I have friend with a free wharf and can look in on my boat,
in beaufort s carolina , and time is limited
but I might have to go there

Does anyone know how many days I should need to make that trip ?

thanks

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