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BenjaminPerks
Nov-07-2017 @ 9:23 PM                           Permalink
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What’s the current cost of lifting and storage ? Indoors and out

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Average cost to lift a 35 foot craft, pressure wash and store ashore and then return to the water after 5/6 months would be about £500 to £600 at some of the larger marinas on the broads.Costs at some of the smaller marinas/boatyards would be less.



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I'm paying less than £200 to be craned out, storage outdoors November2017 through to March 2018 for my 23 ft boat.
Additional services available at extra cost, I expect this is the cheaper than some will be paying.

Freeman F23 moored near
Geldeston


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Don't forget to add to this, your mooring which you are probably paying on an annual basis!!

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Don't do it, enjoy the tranquillity......  Smile

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Hi Ben Most yards don't charge for storage on shore if you moor with them annually,its covered by your mooring fee, Lift and return depends which yard you use.John

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Thanks for the info guys Smile


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