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How do I winterize a boat?

by Jason Watts Content Writer

Is it that time of the year? – Long, hard winters? It means you will have to drain fluids from the oil, clean up the engine, cover your boat and preferably, store it indoors. I know it’s sort of depressing and probably you’re searching for the best ways to winterize your boat.

When It Comes To Winterization Of Your Boat, Here's The Main Factors To Consider:

  • Whether or not to pull your boat

  • How to best cover your boat

  • Winterizing plumbing, air conditioning, and sanitation systems

  • How to winterize an outboard engine

  • How to winterize an inboard or stern-drive

  • Taking care of fuel and fuel systems

  • Taking care of batteries

  • Other minor issues that come up when you winterize a boat

Winterize a boat in a marina is often a better alternative than non-climate-controlled, out-of-water storage. If you opt for storage at the marina, having the boat winterized by the same marina where it will remain makes good sense. Many full-service marinas charge around $500 to winterize a boat, but this often includes shrink-wrapping the vessel as well as de-winterization in the spring. If you’re looking for a marina winter boat storage in Annapolis, Contact The Trident Marine Group for the best deals on offer. They offer 24-hour security with exclusive amenities on-site—Dockage Services, Boat Storage, Yacht Butler, Restaurants, Complimentary W-FI, etc.


Trident Marine Group

Web: https://trident-marine.com/marinas/annapolis-maryland-capital-yacht-club/

9 State Circle, Suite 200, Annapolis, MD 21401 410-237-7755 office@trident-marine.com



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