Winter Storage

Kingman Yacht Center offers a variety of protected land and in-water winter storage programs. Included in all land storage rates are haul out, power wash, blocking, poppets and Spring launch.

Refit and preventative maintenance projects can be scheduled throughout the off-season to meet your needs. Commissioning and Decommissioning can be performed on an a la carte basis or, if you prefer, our total care plans allow you to walk away in the fall and return in the spring to a ready-to-go boat. For an overview of available services, please take a look at our Boat Care and Maintenance Guide.

  • Inside Land Storage
    In 25′ high sheds to accommodate flybridge enclosures and radar masts, for boats up to 65′.
  • Outside Land Storage
    Power and sail, mast up or out.
  • In-Water Storage
    60 deepwater slips for boats up to 80′

Kingman offers the benefits of a superbly protected harbor, longer boating season because of warmer Buzzards Bay waters, and 25 of the Northeast’s most talented technicians to handle any of your boat’s service needs.

If you stored with us this winter – thank you! It’s time now to let us know about your launch preferences and/or spring commissioning needs. This year we’re working with a streamlined Spring Commissioning Menu via the secure DocuSign system. You can find the forms in the DocuSign link below or, if you prefer to download a .pdf form, that link is below as well.

  • We Found This to be a Wonderful Stop….

    We were here for 5 days in June with a mechanical issue. The staff could not have been more professional. Here again on our cruise north to Maine this week and again found this to be a wonderful stop.

    The moorings are $35/nite after Labor Day. The launch service is only til 6PM (during the week) but is great. Gretchen handles the launch with ease and competency. As she says, the cape turns off “like a light switch” after labor Day so it is a quiet stay. We will stay here agian, very convienient for a passage stop north or south.

    – Bob A. South Portland, ME via ActiveCaptain.com 9/13