Boat Slip availability & cost in SF Bay Area

Boat Slip availability & cost in SF Bay Area

Post by Steve Wils » Sat, 13 Jan 1996 04:00:00


I am curious about the availability and cost of renting/buying
a 30' (power) boat slip in the SF Bay Area?  Is this a "waiting-
list" situation or can one actually find something right away?
Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

-Steve
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Boat Slip availability & cost in SF Bay Area

Post by RWho » Sun, 14 Jan 1996 04:00:00


Quote:
Wilson) writes:
>I am curious about the availability and cost of renting/buying
>a 30' (power) boat slip in the SF Bay Area?  Is this a "waiting-
>list" situation or can one actually find something right away?

You can get a 30' slip in the bay area quickly.  Slips get more available
and cheaper the farther south you go.  Figure $165/month for a 30 footer.

 
 
 

Boat Slip availability & cost in SF Bay Area

Post by Jo » Tue, 16 Jan 1996 04:00:00

I appolgize for gettting into this one late, but have been traveling
the past few weeks.

I pay $140 a month for a 32 foot slip at Coyote Point Marina in San
Mateo.  I recommend this marina highly, the staff are competent, keep
the place very clean and in good repair and are watchful over the boats
in the marina.

Jon Larson
Cape Dory 30  PERI
San Francisco Bay (Coyote Point)


Quote:


(Steve
>Wilson) writes:

>>I am curious about the availability and cost of renting/buying
>>a 30' (power) boat slip in the SF Bay Area?  Is this a "waiting-
>>list" situation or can one actually find something right away?

>You can get a 30' slip in the bay area quickly.  Slips get more
available
>and cheaper the farther south you go.  Figure $165/month for a 30
footer.


 
 
 

Boat Slip availability & cost in SF Bay Area

Post by David Z. Creeme » Tue, 16 Jan 1996 04:00:00


Quote:
: Wilson) writes:

: >I am curious about the availability and cost of renting/buying
: >a 30' (power) boat slip in the SF Bay Area?  Is this a "waiting-
: >list" situation or can one actually find something right away?

: You can get a 30' slip in the bay area quickly.  Slips get more available
: and cheaper the farther south you go.  Figure $165/month for a 30 footer.

I rent a slip at Brisbane Marina (just south of San Francisco, near
Candlestick park) for a 30' boat for $125/month. Prices can be much higher
(about $240/month) in the city itself.

-- David
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David Z Creemer

 
 
 

Boat Slip availability & cost in SF Bay Area

Post by Mike Bennet » Fri, 26 Jan 1996 04:00:00

Some of the most popular marinas in the bay area have waiting
lists, but many perfectly good marinas do not.  I keep my 34 ft
sailboat at South Beach Harbor in S.F., about 1/2 mile S. of the
Bay Bridge.  It's a great location, a new very nice marina
owned/run by the city, and we pay about $6.50 per month. There
are many others, especially in Sausalito and the East
Bay--Berkely/Emeryville/Oakland/Alameda.  Check out the magazine
Bay and Delta Yachtsman (I think they have a web site).  They
publish an annual directory of all the marinas in the greater bay
area.  Good luck!
 
 
 

Boat Slip availability & cost in SF Bay Area

Post by JAJ26 » Sat, 27 Jan 1996 04:00:00

Please tell me that the $6.50 per month is per foot for a mooring, if not
I may well move to San Francisco.

John "lure Washer"