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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 04 May 2016 02:30 #51

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Anacortes WA 46' open slip $596.00 per month. Minimum electric $11.00 per month. This is on an annual contract.

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 04 May 2016 10:43 #52

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we are at 95.00/foot per season. I pay 3230 for my 34' Luhrs but my season is May 15th to October 15 so 5 months. This includes electric/water/trash. Im on the Merrimack River in Amesbury, Ma.

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 04 May 2016 11:09 #53

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Fees here are great ( don,t tell anyone) $1650.00 for 35ft boat , May to November ,water, electrical 30amp, parking pass (1 vehicle) fuel, showers, laundry facilities, pressure washer, new fish cleaning station and the best attendants anywhere. :woohoo:

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 04 May 2016 17:04 #54

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$1280 a year. Includes electricity, water, and wifi. Can't beat being in a yacht club. Also have the jetskis stored there for $25 a year each.

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 04 May 2016 20:03 #55

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In Dublin Ireland I paid approx €1500 maybe $2000 for the summer season alone for an open slip. No services, with just free access to the showers, which was very welcome after being in the cold Irish Sea!

Parking was a pay at a meter for the car, and hard stand for the winter was extra!

That was in 2010, not sure what they charge now

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 04 May 2016 20:23 #56

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I bought my slip at Anchor Cove (Anacortes WA) using equity from the house. Based on my home mortgage, the equivalent mortgage payment on the slip works out to $450/month. Add condo association fees and it comes out to approximately $650/month total. This is for a covered slip, 45.5 ft. LOA, in a secured marina with showers, laundry, hobby shop, free dinghy dock and dinghy trailer parking, plus a live-in harbormaster that checks on boats and docks twice a day.

The nice thing is that I have equity in the slip and can get my purchase price or more back.

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 12 May 2016 12:26 #57

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Ion66 wrote: The "What have you spent so far this year" thread was interesting, to see what we pay for docking. We have a 23' Capri cuddy. We pay $1975 for a covered slip, with water and shore power. The slip fits up to a 25' boat, and covers launch till mid-October. Our previous marina was $1500 for an open slip, no services, but covered haul-out, minus the blocking.


NY Metro area (Long Beach Island), $5000 for a 28' with electricity and water included. Marina has bathhouse (rudimentary) and full services. Close walk to bars and restaurants.

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 12 May 2016 19:44 #58

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30 foot slip(i'm 32.5 LOA), $480/month. Includes water & electricity(for now), garage parking for two vehicles plus guest passes when requested, remodeled bathrooms with showers and coin laundry available. I was at 375 about 1.5 years ago. They jumped the price when all the docks were rebuilt. Brand new concrete floating docks and all new electrical service. Seems about avg for Marina del Rey.

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 12 May 2016 22:45 #59

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I pay $2,200 a year for a 40 foot slip. That includes 30 amp shore power and water, garbage,pump out station, and you can stay aboard up to ten nights a month with no additional charges, shore showers and laundry use. Wi-fi and parking space are also included. A nice clean, well kept marina. There are nice stainless steel fish cleaning stations with good lighting. Fuel dock is in the marina as well. There is also a little commissary for bait, tackle, and food items.

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 13 May 2016 04:16 #60

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Point Roberts Marina PNW I pay 2400 USD per year. 2855 in 30 ft slip, Includes water WiFi Pump out Yacht Club and discounted gas, Hydro extra. 14 miles to BC gulf islands. Love it there!
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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 13 May 2016 08:53 #61

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I think we're paying about $280 / month for valet parking. As in... the boat is in a building in dry storage. I call them when I leave the house and it's sitting in the water ready to go when I get there (about 15-20 minutes).

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and you can stay aboard up to ten nights a month with no additional charges


Never heard of this before. Does this mean there are fees for additional nights over 10 a month? Anyone else have X nights per month free and a charge thereafter?

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 13 May 2016 09:58 #63

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MidnightSun wrote:

and you can stay aboard up to ten nights a month with no additional charges


Never heard of this before. Does this mean there are fees for additional nights over 10 a month? Anyone else have X nights per month free and a charge thereafter?


No extra charges at my marina. There are a few liveaboards who live on their boats the entire season.

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Guess we are at high end of market based on above. Pay $4,800 yearly, for "Yacht Club" dry slip, unlimited in and out fork truck, golf cart service from parking to docks, club house, rest rooms w/showers, convenience store, hose down on haul out. I have 242, but in 31 foot rack (started here with my 288CB). On site service available too. Best of all....1 mile from house.

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 13 May 2016 14:34 #65

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$1500 season in Philly. 25 ft slip - direct tv, water, electric, showers, 24/7 security, free parking (which in philly is a big deal) and laundry included.

$300 off-season storage extra.

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 13 May 2016 14:37 #66

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MidnightSun wrote:

and you can stay aboard up to ten nights a month with no additional charges


Never heard of this before. Does this mean there are fees for additional nights over 10 a month? Anyone else have X nights per month free and a charge thereafter?



This is not uncommon in areas where municipalities restrict the number of live-aboards at a marina. As a matter of fact, I've seen marinas that have a waiting list for live-aboards and a strict definition of how many consecutive days constitutes living aboard.

My marina restricts live-aboards to people that own slips. Renters are not allowed to live aboard.
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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 13 May 2016 15:32 #67

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Here in SE Ohio at the mouth of the Ohio River we pay $35/ft per year (12 months). Mine is $1155 for Jan 1 through Dec 31. It does include water, electric, wifi (when it works) and bathroom & showers. Pump out is supposed to be installed this year.

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I am going to rain on the parade, 11 wide by 30 foot slip 420 for the season, water and 30 amp power, down side located central Mt. Gates of the Mountains need to be club member 150 per year max hanging out the back 4 foot, my 2859 with extension is just legal. :P

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 13 May 2016 18:31 #69

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Just contemplating how much I have spent and what others spend and between this thread and the how much have you spent on your boat this year thread.

I have made an observation. ..... now not really considering myself to be Wealthy (rich) others may disagree.
I have to say boating really is a rich persons hobby. (There I said it :) )

It appears that if you have a boat of any significant size bigger than a ski boat and you keep it in the water your yearly expenses are going to be in the $5-10 k per year range and probably closer to the 10k or over if you have a 30 ft + boat.

I have a 32ft boat and I'm am probably close to $10k + amount. :ohmy:

As I have said I don't consider myself rich and my boat was fairly inexpensive however maintenance cost of 10k before you even use it , we'll it really is a hobby for those that have some extra money as $10k is half of what many earn in a year.

Just an observation .

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 13 May 2016 18:37 #70

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Paying $1400 per year for a slip with power in Yellowknife, NWT, Canada.

*per year = June 1 - Oct 1, the ice free part of the year

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 17 May 2016 04:22 #71

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We pay $1,100 month for our 4788 Shelter Island San Diego CA. Power runs around $35 month. High price but it's a great location.

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What Marina? I am at Carbilo isle Marina on Harbor Island and pay $1050

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 17 May 2016 09:27 #73

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yachtman wrote: Just contemplating how much I have spent and what others spend and between this thread and the how much have you spent on your boat this year thread.

I have made an observation. ..... now not really considering myself to be Wealthy (rich) others may disagree.
I have to say boating really is a rich persons hobby. (There I said it :) )

It appears that if you have a boat of any significant size bigger than a ski boat and you keep it in the water your yearly expenses are going to be in the $5-10 k per year range and probably closer to the 10k or over if you have a 30 ft + boat.

I have a 32ft boat and I'm am probably close to $10k + amount. :ohmy:

As I have said I don't consider myself rich and my boat was fairly inexpensive however maintenance cost of 10k before you even use it , we'll it really is a hobby for those that have some extra money as $10k is half of what many earn in a year.

Just an observation .


I would say that figure is about right. A DIY person like myself can get away with $5000 a year (marina, winter layup, insurance, normal maintenance items) I figure the step up to the Carver 41 will add about $1500-2,000/year

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Wow. I thought I found the best price possible at POE (Port of Everett) $6.32/ft month for a 28 ft uncovered slip, $216/month after all taxes and fees, just under $2600 year, metered electricity extra.

For this part of Washington, I'm sure that is the best price for the area and accessibility. But after seeing the low rates others are paying for much larger boats in other areas... It's making me seriously consider moving :cheer:

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What does everyone pay for a slip in your area? 18 May 2016 00:48 #75

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Hi DaBank, we are at Kona Marina

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