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In SoCal we just finished the two months where it's too hot to sail, and now our 10 months or so of sunny warm weather and perfect wind begin...
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In SoCal we just finished the two months where it's too hot to sail, and now our 10 months or so of sunny warm weather and perfect wind begin...


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Brett, Gulfway in Port Wash. reasonable and if you are working on the boat, very short walk to west marine and hardware store...and close to food. Hugo
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Re: Winter Storage Recommendations?

I'm not sure if it's a faux pas to bump such an old thread, but it's relevant.

I'm looking for Winter storage and hit up a couple places on City Island (. The quotes are all around $1300. Does that seem like a decent price (edit - all places that will allow me to do yard work)? I just don't want to get massively ripped off

Does everyone do shrink wrap for the Winter?
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Re: Winter Storage Recommendations?

Haley,
Also check out Manhasset Bay Shipyard
Untitled Document

The cost for wintering a 25' sailboat is going to be in the $1000 range pretty much everywhere... unless you belong to a club (like Hempstead Harbor Club).

Over winter in water storage may be cheaper at some places.
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Re: Winter Storage Recommendations?

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Haley,
Also check out Manhasset Bay Shipyard
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The cost for wintering a 25' sailboat is going to be in the $1000 range pretty much everywhere... unless you belong to a club (like Hempstead Harbor Club).

Over winter in water storage may be cheaper at some places.
I've been here the last two winters and will be back for a third. Cheaper than Brewers (don't have to subsidize a pool, etc.). They were good enough to haul me just before Sandy hit (a week ahead of my scheduled haul date) and we came through just fine. That certainly buys some loyalty.
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Re: Winter Storage Recommendations?

Awesome. Thanks guys. I'm going to hit them up for a quote. Also need to figure out how long it would take to get up there from Brooklyn I have a couple weekends of work to do for next season.
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Re: Winter Storage Recommendations?

I'd recommend weeks yacht yard in Patchogue as an excellent family yard but probably way too far for you.
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Re: Winter Storage Recommendations?

Haley,
I though you were in the World's Fair marina, near LaGuardia?
Now you are down in Brooklyn?

3 - 4 hours to Manhassett Bay depending on where you are in Brooklyn.
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Re: Winter Storage Recommendations?

Sorry this is a little off topic...

I am looking at storing my Tartan outside in MN. I have not purchased yet and am considering a >20 y/o boat versus a 8 y/o epoxy hull boat. I am wondering if the -20 F temps we have here is going to cause any more trouble than the >15F temps I grew up with...In particular there are Marelon thru hulls and CF mast etc...any issues with the deep freeze?

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