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Old 05-05-2016, 14:58   #1
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Hard storage BVI

I was intending to haul cheorae for hurricane season and store her on the hard at Nanny Cay Marina. They just informed me they do not have room.
49 ft long 27 wide.
Needs to be on the hard per insurance.
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I was intending to haul cheorae for hurricane season and store her on the hard at Nanny Cay Marina. They just informed me they do not have room.
49 ft long 27 wide.
Needs to be on the hard per insurance.
Any advice where to go appreciated
Thanks
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Have you considered eastern Puerto Rico or the Turks and Caicos?
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Re: Hard storage BVI

Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour is a good alternative if they can lift something with that beam. Better and cheaper though to head to Grenada if you have time.
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Re: Hard storage BVI

Another close option is Bobby's on St. Martin which can haul a boat that big, and after that it gets difficult; Jolly Harbour on Antigua is a possibility, I stored my boat there one year.
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Re: Hard storage BVI

On Antigua, I've used Jolly Harbour and Bailey's Boatyard in Falmouth for summer storage on the hard. Had a good experience at both. You'd need to check their lift capabilities for your cat's width.
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Old 07-05-2016, 05:42   #6
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Trying Virgin Gorda. Have some one who looks after the boat in BVI so prefer that.
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