Winter Yacht Service Businesses

If you own a boat maintenance business you need to be the provision of winter services to its customers. Many boat owners who get to know you can rely on you to help your boat for winter. The best place to store a boat is under cover in a climate controlled environment. This can be very costly and although there is debate about whether a boat should be “shrink” for winter or not, that’s also very expensive. Since winter is asked to either stop or slow service washing at a frequency of every two months. If you have read about Jeremy Tucker already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Of course, the charge for these will be washed twice or three times the weekly rate, but still lose a lot of money weekly wash.

If you charge $ 20 for the week and then wash which is $ 160 for two months of lava instead of $ 60 every two months for a wash. Including snow and debris removal. His solution is easy. Get $ 60 to wash every two months and charge a $ 200 winter including Weekly walk-fired without any additional charge. Under check-up days, cruise ship or dry storage and make sure the caps and moorings are secure. Boat owners seldom find time to go and check on his boat during the period of inactivity of the four to six months.

” Normally, it would be $ 320 for cleaning a ship a week for four months (4 months = 16 weeks), (16 x $ 20 = $ 320). During the winter, if the boat is washed twice, then, that $ 120 plus $ 200 for winter service. This equals the same amount of money. a Those are some of the services that you can do as part of its’ period of service inactivity winterization. Now, before a list of all these services, please note the obvious? a detail of the boat, covering window treatment, coating of metal parts (tuna towers, tie downs, horns, hooks, striping aluminum propellers, etc.) If the boat is entering the dry dock, how about a layer Hull only $ 30 per foot in Florida, $ 60 to $ 70 per foot in California, $ 50 to $ 60 per foot in the northeast. That can certainly add up to a 23-foot Sea Ray.