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09-20-2003 10:05 AM

In Long Island Sound, both North Shore and Ct.traditionaly, you pay for the size of the slip not the size of the boat ie. a 35'' boat in a 40'' slip will pay the rate for the larger slip. Per foot seasonal rates run anywhere from $95/ft to $110/ft, if you can find one. A onetime seasonal charge for electricity is usually charged and varies
greatly by marina and type of vessel. Best deal is to find a dockaminium somewhere and work out a deal with the owner. Transient rates are now starting to eclipse the $3.50/ft charge in many popular areas.
09-19-2003 07:23 AM

We are on the south shore of Lake Ontario. Our slip is at a County owned marina that is quiet and is the best hurricane hole on Lake Ontario. We pay $800 per season includes electricity and water for a 24'' slip with no real limits on length of boat. We have a 29'' but right next to me is a 37'', same price. No pump out stations at the marina.
09-19-2003 06:19 AM

in NY...NYC trasnsient slips $2-$4 per foot per night

Monthly approx - $300-$500 (depending on where you want to be)

Hudson River (north of NYC) between $600-$3000 per season. My club charges $680 per season. My friend''s club charges $2200 per season
09-15-2003 02:01 PM

Newport, RI runs in excess of $120/foot for the season plus elec.

09-15-2003 08:04 AM

In Nova Scotia on the Northumberland Strait we pay $30/foot for the season. $120 per season for electricity. Thi sdoes not include running water.

Up the coast at Pictou NS it is $35/foot and 180 for electricity for the season.

09-13-2003 11:56 AM

That''s TRANSIENT. My edit button isn''t working on this board.

Electricity is generally $35 to $50 extra per month, a couple places metered.

Pumpouts and water were always free.
09-13-2003 11:52 AM

We''ve been doing Florida/Georgia for the past year, these are monthly tranient rates per foot unless otherwise noted.

West Palm: $18

Vero Beach Muni mooring $7 per night, $200 monthly

Merritt Island: $9

Daytona: $12

St. Auguestine (resort, not muni) $14

Jacksonville Beach: $10

Jacksonville/St. Johns: $7

Amelia Island (not muni): $12

Brunswick: $7.50

We didn''t stay at Key West, but heard it was $24 in season.
09-13-2003 08:23 AM

I would say a 9 - 10 ft slip that far up the bay is far more than a premium.
09-12-2003 06:33 PM

Out of the 20 years that I have lived in Annapolis, I only paid for a slip for a year so I am not sure what the going rates are. For the past couple years, I have kept my boat at my house but I have a couple slips that I rent out at the house. I get roughly $1500 per year for a 27 foot slip and $2400 for a 42 foot slip both are well protected. Water and electricity is available but generally is not being used. The 42 foot slip is pretty deep (9-10 feet) and so gets a premium since a boat won''t touch bottom during an extreme low tide.

09-12-2003 04:57 PM

19'' boat, inside slip, no electric or water, $140, and I''m the cheapest slip in the cheapest marina in the harbor. Channel Islands Marina, Channel Islands Harbor, Oxnard, Ca.

-- James
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