If youre already a proud owner of a motor boat then check to see that they have the marine fuel needed e. red diesel, petrol or LPG. Dry stack storage.What to look for - facilities Full maintenance and 24 hour security. Electricity on the pontoon.LocationFirst step is to start by considering the marina's location in relation to your home, or perhaps even airport.


The Reeds Almanac is a good starting point when choosing a marina for a motor boat in the U. Berthing check for length restrictions. For someone who intends to do a great deal of the maintenance themselves frequent journeys to the marina are going to mean you want to be very close to the marina. Diesel, Petrol or LPG available. Water on the pontoon. Crane hoist capacity Visitors berths. Full chandlery Pump-out facilities Cafe or restaurant.K. Changing and showering.


If the boat is placed in winter storage, can you drive to the marina, carry out the maintenance in a day? If the answer is no then youll need to book accommodation or find a nearer marina.CostTerms of Payment can vary from marina to marina as can the berthing charges, as with everything in life shop around and try to negotiate where E-BIKE CONTROLLER possible on the whole berth agreement.

Many marinas are running at full capacity in southern England and berth space is limited so ask if there how long is the waiting list which may be several years long. 12 month access. Launderette. Free car parking. Full PDI.


Meet the operations manager / harbourmaster and gain an impression of how well the marina is run and how professional are the staff.Is living aboard required and if so is it allowed?The above checks can be done over the phone, but when choosing from several marinas, it's best to visit the marinas in person and tour them all.g. alternatively listings of marinas near you can also be found in the phone book or online. Also ask where the berth will be beforehand and check there will be sufficient storage space ashore in winter for working on planned maintenance