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Feb-2019

PLM “Ball and Haul” Summer Program 2019

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Does the name not say it all? Our “Ball and Haul” summer program is no longer a work in progress; it is something we have been doing for our clients for many years, perfecting this summer task and tackling it with great experience and enthusiasm.

  • When does your personal season end?
  • What happens to your boat?
  • Where do you leave it?

We have the facilities to store your boat in the water for a few months, which is guaranteed to save you money compared to the other option of immediate dry haul storage.

At Penn’s Landing Marina, we will take care of your boat and ensure she is shipshape and in good running condition should you decide to visit the British Virgin Islands (BVI) one last time before the summer hurricane months set in.

When it is time to take your yacht off the water, we will decommission, pack up, and professionally store your boat in any of the BVI storage yards until the start of the next holiday, winter season.

While in storage, we will visit your boat as often as you would want us to. During the inspections, we will ensure there are no bugs carrying her away, check for water ingress and mold, and see to any projects that need to be completed.

When it’s time for your boat to be put back on the water, we will get your boat ready for you as though she were never packed away. When you arrive on Tortola, she will be waiting for you up on the mooring ball in East End Bay, beds made, cocktails and beers chilling for your arrival.

On a side note…

Since Irma, we have been in discussions with various boat owners insurance companies and our own liability insurers to try and return our summer, hurricane in-water storage program.

If you are interested in hearing more details about our storage plan, please don’t hesitate to contact us here at Penn’s Landing Marina.

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