Is your boat safe from the next storm? What’s the next storm to hit!

Storm Gareth has blown so many boats out of the water, and there are thousands of boats like this at risk every time there’s a storm.

Storm Gareth
We hope this never happens to you. Luckily there’s a way we can guarantee it never will.
Reserve your place at the The Drystack, at Trafalgar Wharf, Portsmouth and your boat will be fully, totally and 100%  protected from storms, salt, and spray in our massive, fully indoor dry boat storage facility.  It’s the perfect indoor shelter that hundreds of owners are using.  Not only is it safe – it’s convenient.

When you want to use your boat just call us and we’ll have it launched and ready for you on our pontoon.  Free parking, valet fueling and full tidal access are just some of the perks of using The Drystack.

Here’s a video of how it works.

Give Corinne a call today on 02392 706384and she’ll have your boat tucked up safe and sound in no time.

By the way, our prices are going up on the 1st April 2019, so pay your fully refundable £100 deposit before the 31st March to reserve your place and pay the 2018 price.

P.S. We didn’t realise how many storms there have been in the last few months.  It’s ‘Hannah’ up next so act quickly.

UK storm names 2018/2019

Name           Date of impact on UK and/or Ireland
Ali                19th September 2018
Bronagh       20th to  21st September 2018ช
Callum         12th to 13th October 2018
Deirdre        15th to 16th December 2018
Erik              8th to 9th February 2019
Freya           3rd to 4th March 2019
Gareth         12th to 13th March 2019
Hannah…    She’s next!

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