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Want to bring my boat to boca and looking for a place to keep it

Anybody know a good place to keep my boat? It's on a trailer and it can stay there. A place on the water would be nice but I'm not trying to break the bank...I will be staying in Boca so anywhere north or south 20 min or so would be fine. I try to take regular trips to the east coast so a dependable place would be great.

I have a 24' pathfinder.

Thanks for any help.


  • TriplewrapTriplewrap Posts: 173 Deckhand
    Be careful on this side.. The West Dade Boyz have an appetite for the big Yammys.. Got mine last year.
    There is a storage place on Military Tr in North Delray you could try. Tons of boats, dunno if they lost any recently..
    PM me if you need a hand.
    FS Forum member since February, 2002
    Throwing Money into the Marine Industry since 1981
  • HeadfirstHeadfirst Posts: 124 Officer
    What is your budget? I have a fenced area beside my back garage that is vacant since I sold my boat. Located in a neighborhood 2 miles from Boca boat ramp.
  • Kevinwwings2Kevinwwings2 Posts: 1,279 Officer
    There is a place I belive is "Sunshine storage" or something similar that is right at Glades and the turnpike. I kept a boat there for about 2 yrs. I did not have any issues with it, but I do know there were some snap on tool trucks that did get broken into. I also had a 250 hpdi on the boat at the time, and who wants one of them?? My only complaint with them was you could not get to the boat during the night hours. I do know they were considering changing that, but don't know if they did. The place is coverred in camera's and you have assigned spots, accesss to fresh water, but no electricity that I was aware of. I do know there have been a few break in's at Delray storage, which is up off Atlantic. Nice place but too many people and not enough change in their gate code.
    Good luck.
  • century7century7 Posts: 2,410 Captain
    I know of a place out west, but it sounds like you are looking for a place near the water. They close at night as they have dogs they let lose as well as having someone that lives on site. I never had issues there but the one thing i did not like is every now and then they would have to move your boat. Nothing is perfect but the cost was not bad. PM me if you want the info.
    It works 60% of the time all the time......
  • bababouybababouy Posts: 560 Officer
    be careful storing your boat around here. I monitor several boat yards, but unfortunately none in Boca yet. pm me if you find a place and need an opinion on it. I have surveyed the security systems of most storage lots in south florida from miami to ft. pierce.
    Night Hawk Monitoring
  • GamekillaGamekilla Posts: 461 Officer
    Thanks guys for all the help. I am hopefully working on a deal with Headfirst.

    Thanks again.
  • AlwaysSomethingAlwaysSomething Posts: 47 Deckhand
    I don't think you can use the Boca ramp unless you are a resident. The ramp at Pioneer Park is OK. Pay by the hour. A little further from the inlet though.
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