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Marina Frequently Asked Questions




1. When do slips come available?
*Our contract year runs from April to April. Normally we will know if a slip comes open by the last of April.

2. Do you have transient slips?
*Yes. We call them casual ties. They are along our main walkway. We no longer privide electric at any casual tie spot.

3. What are the marina business hours?
*Business hours are: 8AM til 10PM, 7 days a week.

4. Do you provide night security?
*Yes. We have a night security guard on duty every night of the year.

5. Do you have a waiting list for yearly slips?
*Yes. Find our slip request form under the "Contact" tab at the top of the page. Remember, we purge the list every Dec. 31st. You must fill out a new request every year.

6. What is the approximate turnover for slips each year?
*Normally we have less than 1% turnover for boat slips each year.

7. I've had a slip request in for years. Why can't I get a slip?
*Please see question 6. You must fill out a slip request every Jan. 1st. Please remember, we have to match a boat to a slip. We will not put a pontoon, bassboat, etc., in a houseboat slip. Slips also have a max size we must go by.

8. What is a mooring?
*Moorings are floating buoys that are anchored behind the marina. We normally have pontoons and sailboats on mooring buoys. There's an option to select a mooring when you fill out a slip request.

9. Do you rent covered slips for pontoons?
*No. We do not put pontoons in covered slips.

10. Do you provide electric at each slip?
*No. It depends on each dock if electric is available at the slip.

11. Do you rent boats?
*Yes. Please see the Rentals tab at the top of the page.



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