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Seasonal Slip Rates in Staten Island, NY

Anyone know the seasonal slip rates at Mansion Marina and Nichols Marina in Great Kills Harbor on Staten Island, NY?
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Re: Seasonal Slip Rates in Staten Island, NY

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Anyone know the seasonal slip rates at Mansion Marina and Nichols Marina in Great Kills Harbor on Staten Island, NY?
You really want to give them a call. A rate is not a rate. Often marinas will have a different rate per foot, depending on your LOA. Or have different types of slips with different rates. You want to understand everything you would pay for, such as water, electricity, internet access, hauling, storing things on the yard, etc, etc. I was at a marina once that required their tenants to pay them to winterize and commission all engines on any boat that was stored there.

All marinas get these calls everyday, so you won't be the exception.
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