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Boat Storage Recommendations

I live in Fort Lauderdale and am looking to move my 19' bay boat over to the Estero/Naples area. Anyone have recommendations of a facility to keep boat/trailer that will allow it to stay plugged in?

I have battery maintainers installed and would love to have the batteries juiced up and ready to go for when I drive over. Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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  • cobia256cobia256 Posts: 3 Greenhorn
    How long between trips? I don't know of sny places over here that allow this. Naples boat and self storage has a service center and you could talk to them about charging your batteries the day before you pick it up for an extra charge. If your batteries are hooked up properly with battary switches you should be able to let the boat sit for a month at a time and not have any issuses.
  • 10kman10kman Posts: 862 Officer
    Try an ad in Naples daily News looking for storage in private carport or garage.Ideally
    person renting from is here year around.
    I have this arrangement and works well.Funny story.Ten years ago,tried this
    renting from a single woman.A month later she said to me"I really like having your
    boat here.People now thinks a man lives here!"
  • StevieDStevieD Posts: 21 Greenhorn
    Try Great Space Self Storage on Bonita Beach Road, just off 75....$90, gated gravel lot, keypad access, electric for battery chargers. No freshwater hookups, but several car wash bays along Bonita Beach Road coming from Estero Bay.
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