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Old 07-19-2019, 02:13 PM
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can anyone tell me what Green Harbor is getting per foot this year for summer slips? It used to be on their site and I can’t find it now. Thanks!
Old 07-19-2019, 02:16 PM
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Old 07-19-2019, 02:19 PM
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Thanks but Taylor doesn’t have their prices listed either.
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call/email them!
Old 07-20-2019, 03:16 PM
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I will. I just knew a few people here have slips there and thought I’d ask.
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GH/Safe Harbor is $183 per/foot. Got an app i need to complete and give em my $$
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Originally Posted by neurb12 View Post
GH/Safe Harbor is $183 per/foot. Got an app i need to complete and give em my $$
What size boat?
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Taylor marine is worth every penny
family run an operated.plus the security cameras from harbour masters Building don't miss a thing
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How much a foot at Taylor?
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I spoke to Taylor in Dec, 2nd week. Literally no turnover in 2019 and he said waiting list was basically non-existent or maybe it isn't really governed so pointless. Better to ask in-person and contact weekly after Oct 31 and get to know them... I agree it is a gem of a place and hope to get there some day. No clue on pricing at Taylor but I'd imagine same ball park of the rest $155-190 - Expensive, yes but supply is limited and demand is way up.
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Originally Posted by dannyroche View Post
what size boat?
23' cc
Old 02-12-2020, 08:22 AM
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holy hell $4000/year to keep a 23'cc in the water? why not trailer it?
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Originally Posted by njk4o5 View Post
holy hell $4000/year to keep a 23'cc in the water? why not trailer it?
it might even be higher, alot of the marinas around here bill by slip or boat length- whichever is greater!
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How much is your time worth to you? I told DH we had to keep our boat in the water because I was sick of trailering and waiting in line to launch and then the cleanup time when we got home. It's far more enjoyable to have her in the water and worth the money to me to leave her there.
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Good luck. The waiting list is catching John on a good day.
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Originally Posted by njk4o5 View Post
holy hell $4000/year to keep a 23'cc in the water? why not trailer it?
I live 6 minutes away so #1 is convenience factor & I plan to move-up in size - once your on dock, you get 1st right of refusal to move around when/if available...I trailer a lot and when fish are on the move plus use the boat a lot. but most important wife approved
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I think green harbor marina is 180 something this year for under 26'
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Originally Posted by gfdriscoll View Post
I think green harbor marina is 180 something this year for under 26'
Correct. $183 to be exact
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I don't miss trailering, i find it stressful and a PIA. Don't get me wrong, a slip on south shore is expensive. As i say to my wife, boat dollars.
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No valet options? Typically half the cost of an in water slip and a much better alternate to trailering. Plus your boat isn't constantly sitting in water.

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