Storage & Warehousing
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Storage & Warehousing
Boat storage both in season and during the winter months is an important consideration for boaters, but the issue raises a lot of questions: how much are boat storage costs? How will I find boat storage near me? Do I need additional boat storage compartments for all my gear, or can it remain on the boat?
We are here to answer all these questions and more, when it comes to boat storage and boat storage facilities.
Some people store their boats in the water all year long. This is usually considered an acceptable practice in temperate areas where winters are relatively mild, or if you completely winterize your boat in its slip and then add an agitator (ice eater) to keep the water from freezing around the boat during the cold months of the year.
Dry Boat Storage
Dry outdoor boat storage is certainly a more popular option. It’s relatively safe and protective for the boat, and inexpensive compared to most alternatives. You might be thinking “where is there outdoor boat storage near me?” Or if price is a major factor, maybe you’re thinking “where is there cheap boat storage near me?” We can’t answer those questions specifically, because we don’t know where you live. We do, however, have some good news for you: anywhere you find boats, it’s usually pretty easy to locate inexpensive outdoor boat storage. Almost all marinas and boat yards offer it, as do commercial storage facilities. In popular boating areas there are also plenty of fenced lots used for boat storage in the off-season, and for boat trailer storage during the summer months.
If you need help locating the right storage for your needs, contact us (link to Request Information page) today!
Indoor Boat Storage
Indoor boat storage is a more expensive option, however, it also offers the most protection for your boat. Unfortunately, unless you keep your boat in a covered “dry stack” facility (sometimes called a “boatel,” where the boats sit on huge racks inside of a covered building), it can be very difficult to find indoor boat storage. Unless, of course, you have your own garage the boat fits into.
Assuming that is not an option, however, that same question we asked earlier is sure to come up: “where is indoor boat storage near me?” But in this case it may be a much more difficult question to answer. Luckily we have the answers. Request Information (link to Request Information page)
Boat insurance may help cover a motorboat, sailboat or personal watercraft if it’s stolen, in an accident, or damaged by a covered peril like fire or lightning. Boat insurance may also help protect you if you accidentally injure someone or damage their property with your boat.
As with any insurance, coverage limits will apply. Limits are the maximum amount your policy will pay out after a covered loss. Let us discuss (link to Request Information page) your requirements to learn whether you can adjust those limits based on your needs.
With a basic knowledge of how boat insurance may help protect you, your boat and others, you can set sail with the peace of mind that comes with knowing you have certain safeguards in place, just in case.
When speaking about products, we often say that they have a “lifecycle,” much like living things. For any product, you can consider how a product is “born” (made) and how it “dies” (ends its useful life). Naturally, the place and circumstances of a product’s birth is called its “cradle,” and the place and circumstances of its death is called its “grave.” Many products’ cradles involve the extraction of raw materials like trees, petroleum, and metals. For most, the grave is the landfill. This cradle-to-grave lifecycle creates a linear, unsustainable pattern of manufacturing and disposal.
As you can imagine then, cradle to cradle manufacturing is a different model for a product’s lifecycle. Cradle to cradle manufacturing takes the whole lifecycle of an item into account, including sourcing and end-of-life disposal.
We have been handling masts for many years. With the International service that we offer, we can transport masts of any size, whilst oversized we use a unique telescopic trailer catering for aluminum and carbon fiber masts. Not only are the rigs on full air suspension, they also have rear steering when needed, which is automatically operated by the turning circle, it can be overridden from the cab, or by remote control at the back of the trailer for that really tight spot!
Precision Global Logistics is a premium service partner for all your onboard components. We are here to help you manage onboard spare parts efficiently, thereby saving yourself and your crew a great deal of time, hassle and money.
Our core business is the swift, economical supply of spare parts and equipment to boats under construction as well as yachts already sailing the world’s seas. The main goal for
us is to ensure our clients never need to compromise on the pleasure of sailing due to problems with supply procurement.
ATA Carnet is an international customs and temporary export-import document. It is used to clear customs in 87 countries and territories without paying duties and import taxes on merchandise that will be re-exported within 12 months. Carnets are also known as Merchandise Passports or Passports for Goods.
To get more information about Carnets please contact us (link to Request Information page).
Full Dock-to-Dock Transportation
Dock-to-dock shipping gets your shipment to its destination on time with less hassle and worry. Our team is dependable and reliable, so that your freight arrives when it should and is handled professionally.