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Old 04-07-2007, 21:55   #1
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Question Marina prices and rentals

Just got the latest Mana Marina, Mana, Wellington, New Zealand newsletter.

New rental rates per month:

10m $272
12m $327
14m $415
16m $505
18m $592
20m $665
25m $870

Power $13 per month

Live aboard inclusive power:
One person $122
Two people $155

Casual berth:

10 to 12m first 14 days $20day then $15 to month
14 to 16m $25 $20
18m plus $30 $25

There are two 12m for sale at the moment. One for $95k and one for $88k.

How does that compare with where you are berthed??
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Old 05-07-2007, 01:02   #2
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3000 Pounds a year up front for a 39 foot berth on the Isle of Wight, in the UK.
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Old 05-07-2007, 03:40   #3
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Just got a quote from Kemer Marina in Turkey.
Our boat is an eight meter HT26.
EU 1640 for one year in or out of the water plus 15% discount for cats and they welcome livaboards
That is good value
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I see it is 7k for a 12m in Half Moon Bay, Yorkeys Knob, Australia. I think we have it pretty good here.

Marno, that's nearly 10k our money you are paying.
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Old 05-07-2007, 10:53   #5
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I see it is 7k for a 12m in Half Moon Bay, Yorkeys Knob, Australia. I think we have it pretty good here.

Marno, that's nearly 10k our money you are paying.
I know, I'm an Aussie and hate it when I convert it back to Aussie dollars. The problem is that this is the cheapest marina on the island. I'd stay on a mooring which is quite a bit cheaper, but it is too hard while working.
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Monthly Base Rates per Foot Surcharge for Unmetered Power per Foot
20-21 6.54 0.00
22-24 6.93 0.10
25-29 7.35 0.20
30-39 7.80 0.30
40-49 8.26 0.40
50-59 8.76 0.50
60-69 9.29 0.60
70-79 9.84 0.70
80-89 10.43 0.80

Surcharges
Upwind 8% added to base rate
Single Berth (Double Finger Berth) 8% added to base rate
Upwind AND Single Berth 16% added to base rate
Catamaran/Trimaran Fees 20% added to base rate
Monthly Temporary Berth Fees 10% added to base rate



San Francisco, California

Slip Size Per Month
Electrical Service
26' $202 30 Amp
30' $237 30 Amp
34' $289 30 Amp
38' $358 30 Amp
42' $411 30 Amp
46' $498 30 Amp
50' $555 50 Amp
End Tie $11.55 per foot 50 & 30 Amp
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Old 05-07-2007, 13:48   #7
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My 45ft birth is $496/month
Additional $80/month for live aboard
Additional $80/month for a concrete jetty.
About to increase in Oct and some rumours and I STRESS Rumours are that prices could take a dramatic increase of up to $2000 increase on some births.
We are the most expensive in NZ.
Sadly an Ozy visitor left our little marina and went to anther town. He was being charged $30/night in Havelock and is now in Nelson where he is charged $15/night. He is wintering over and could have been spending much needed money in a little town. Now he is in a city where his money won't be noticed so much.
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At RQYS Brisbane they are as follow's

RQYS » Marina Fees

ALLOCATED BERTHS SUBJECT TO TENANCY AGREEMENT
Berth Size $/day $/week $/month
10 metre 30.00 146.00 440.00
12 metre 34.00 170.00 512.00
13 metre 36.00 180.00 539.00
14 metre 39.00 195.00 585.00
15 metre 42.00 207.00 619.00

LIVEABOARD LEVY
Note - To comply with Port of Brisbane Corporation Regulations persons living aboard must Register with the marina office, and
execute a Code of Behaviour document. Other conditions also apply.
Liveaboard charge $20.00 per vessel per week,
or $85.00 per vessel per month
Liveaboard charge - Visitors $30.00 per vessel per week, or $130.00 per vessel per month


Keppel Bay Marina at Yeppoon, Central Queensland

Keppel Bay Marina

Just as well I hate the marina lifestyle, 'cause a couple of day's is about it for me.

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Anyone with rates in south Florida as well as going north up the U.S. coasts? It seems impossible to get an idea of rates by going on line. Maybe there is a directory someplace? When I use google, I get lots of marinas, but hardly any show the rates. I am just trying to get some ideas for the fall. ALSO, does anyone have any experience with the guide from the Atlantic Cruising Club? Thanks!
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Corpus Christi, Texas City Marina:

54' slip, floating piers, 50 amp service, including electric: $3000/year, first year.

Bay Yacht Club, Corpus Christi Marina fees: $200 initiation, $30/month. Dinner once a week, $5, including your beer or wine...
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...as long as more boats than berths are being built this is going to happen.
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Toronto, Ontario under $3000 a year includes launch, wet slip and haul out and winter storage for a 36 footer in a self-help club. Has a great bar and restaurant too.

As for US East Coast from Charleston southward $2 a foot is now a good price!! That's for transients, for a monthly rate you're looking at at least $700 -800 for a forty foot slip.
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Dunedin, Florida. City owned marina, 50 foot slip $241.17 per month. Includes sales tax, electricity and water, must be a resident of the city. 7 years waiting list.
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11.90 a night for 10m boat in San Sebastion, La Gomera, Canaries with free water, LX and wifi.
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Are your marina prices going up much each year?
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