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If you have recently become a boat owner and you are ready to pull the watercraft out of the water for the season, it's important that you take care of the boat properly to protect your investment. There are important steps to take to make sure that the boat is cared for properly.
Finding the right professionals to help you, and the best place to store the boat so it's safe is equally important. Here are a few things to consider when setting up your plan to get the boat out of the water for the season.
Maintain and Winterize the Boat
Take the boat to a marina in your area to have an end-of-the-year assessment completed. The boat needs to be winterized, to preserve it for use in the future. Winterizing the boat will protect the:
This should be done by a professional. They will also be able to detect if there is anything that needs attention or repair before the watercraft is stored.
Wrap the Exterior
If the boat isn't going to be stored inside an enclosed location or boat storage unit, you will want to have it wrapped on the outside. This will protect the exterior from things like:
This is something they can do when they are done winterizing the boat.
Find Boat Storage
Locate boat storage options in your area. The cost for an enclosed storage unit will cost more than an outdoor parking storage space, and a temperature-controlled option will increase the price even more. Set a budget, look at the security at different facilities, and find the best option to store the watercraft safely.
Just because the boat isn't in the water doesn't mean that it doesn't need to be insured. Even if the boat is stored inside, there could still be accidents like natural disasters, water leaks, vandalism, and more. Get storage insurance from your current insurance provider so you can rest easy while the boat is put away and you aren't using it regularly.
A boat is an asset that you want to protect, and maintaining it while it's out of the water is just as important as the care that it gets during the middle of boating season. Take these steps to get your boat put away safely until you can use it again next season.Share