This modern Dry Storage Building is fully enclosed and designed to provide your vessel with protection from harsh tropical winds, salt spray from the coastal waters, UV rays from the Florida sun, hailstorms, and even fire emergencies. Its features include...

Designed to Florida's 140 mph Wind Code
Fully Sprinkled for Fire Protection
Fully Enclosed - Protection from the Elements
Monitored Fire/Security Alarm System
Rack Lengths of up to 40' Long and 16' in height
33,000 lb. vessel storing capacity
24 Hour Recorded Video Surveillance

Keeping your vessel indoors should be given high consideration. Compound, wax and polish your vessel less frequently; extend the life of your canvas, vinyl, and dock lines; and never need to paint your bottom - just a few items to consider. With our Valet Boat Service, pull up in your car, step behind the helm and off you go; then return to the docks and throw our staff the keys.

Pricing and Measuring Your Vessel. Storage Fees for Dry Storage are calculated based on the vessel's size determined by absolute length, width and height and whether the Term is for an Annual, Seasonal, Monthly, or Transient period. The process goes like this:

Measure, or estimate, the three dimensions of your Vessel
Determine your expected Term - Annual, Seasonal (4 months), Monthly or Daily
Call the Marina offices for a quote and to determine slip availability for your vessel

Tips for Measuring Your Vessel. The length measurement includes the outside dimension of bow-sprits, anchor rollers, bow pulpits, etc. on the bow; and the transom, swim platform, engines, out-drives, etc on the stern of the vessel. Beam measurements will be taken at the widest section of the vessel's hull. Height measurements include the deepest dimension of the hull including the keel and any propellers, skegs, rudders; and the highest dimension of the cabin roof, tower, antennae (when lowered), outriggers (when lowered), radar and other devices above the vessel's deck.