Blue Water Yacht Club in Merrick - I've never seen boats that big in
their racks. Indoor Storage. I didn't like their mandatory
winterization and bottom painting policy.
There are also a few in Seaford, but they're outdoors and further away.
> Blue Water Yacht Club in Merrick - I've never seen boats that big in
> their racks. Indoor Storage. I didn't like their mandatory
> winterization and bottom painting policy.
> There are also a few in Seaford, but they're outdoors and further away.
But, if he lives in Queens or Brooklyn, he has to pay a toll to cross
the Triboro, Throgs Neck, or the Whitestone Bridges to get to the
Bronx. If you are in Queens, check out the Howard Beach area. If you
are in Brooklyn, check out the Sheepshead Bay area. I do not know if
rack storage is available there.
I just like the Jones Beach area much better. The atmosphere of the
Nautical Mile in Freeport also attracted me. I live in the Soutwest
now. When I head back to NY, I still go to Freeport for fish.
> Even with the best security, I'd still remove electronics mounted on
> brackets and stash it somewhere. Thieves manage to get around the most
> well designed car alarms, so a boat is easy pickins.
Don't go home without 'em.
If you choose City Island in the Bronx, you can head uptown and cross
one of the free bridges (3rd Avenue, Willis Avenue).
You could always stay in Manhattan. The 79th Street Pier charges about
$95 per foot for year round storage. There are also marinas in Jersey
(Hoboken and Jersey City) and in Westchester (New Rochelle). I don't
know which of these may have rack storage.
9. Rack Storage
13. Storage racks