Wow, that's a great deal. We don't use water or electric but I do know that electric is not included in our $453 per month.$2,015 a year for a covered slip with a small deck to set our patio table on. That also includes water, electric along with a fenced area to store my trailer. I bought my own lift.
I somehow to seem to be the winner, (or loser ) for who pays the most.Pretty amazing what some are having to pay. More amazing is the variation in rates from around the country.
Yes, I agree. I use the water for rinsing the boat. For some reason I was thinking the water reference was regarding pump outs for boats with heads.I hardly ever use the water, but it is nice when you want to rinse off the boat, and the only electric I use is to plug in the lift and vac out the boat.
Fort Loudon Lake at Concord Marina. We do have a 40' x 20' slip though which is overkill for our boat but I like extra protection of having that much roof overhead. The width also allowed us to install a jet ski port.What lake are you on that it costs $453 a month? I have a slip on Norris lake that costs $210 a month, includes water and electric.
Ya'll ultimately pass on the slip out past the Point ?After hearing what members on this forum across the country pay to keep their prized possession on the water or on a lift I have been truly fortunate and lucky to have kept our boat across the street from our house in a neighbors slip for a whopping $50 a month for 5 years! After that neighbor sold the lot we kept it at a friend's house 10 mins away on her lift and she didn't want any money! (Multi Millionaire) Unfortunately she passed. Back to square 1.....