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Long Term Dry Storage Central Florida

Any Suggestions??? So far I have checked out Cracker Boy Boat Works Ft. Pierce/Riviera Beach, Harbortown Marina Ft. Pierce, Green Cove Springs St. Johns River, Indiantown Marina Stuart...any suggestions would be greatly appreciated...thanks Matt
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Re: Long Term Dry Storage Central Florida

Our sailboat lived at Glades Boat Storage for six years and is there right now. Great staff and reasonable pricing.

Glades Boat Storage is owned and operated by boaters, do it yourself boat storage, no tides, fresh water

The way we worked it was we would rent a park model trailer next door at: The Glades RV Resort - Moore Haven, FL and once the boat was ready to sail we would head out. It's well sheltered from any hurricane disturbance and central enough to hit each coast.

Indiantown is highly recommended as well from the prior owner.
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Re: Long Term Dry Storage Central Florida

I chose Indiantown when I needed to store my boat.
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