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.

We are now welcoming winter storage inquiries. Please complete the Winter Storage Inquiry and submit it via DocuSign. If you’ve already made your storage reservation, please complete the Decommissioning Menu below.

  • “Great Staff – Helped Me in 911”

    Unfortunately/embarassingly i have to share this experience. Recently I tied up at a mooring and got transported in for lunch at the Chart Room. After the meal we were transported back to the mooring. The young lady asked what mooring and I said U16 and she said we are here – but no boat. We looked to the right and about 400 yards away my boat was helplessly drifting away. She immediately called into home base at Kingman and requested another boat, since her launch couldn’t sail across the apparent shallow water afar. Within minutes, two young men in a boat bee-lined to my boat, secured it and brought it back safely to the mooring.

    The coolness, coordination of efforts and a happy ending must be shared by all of those involved here. The boat wasn’t secured enough to the mooring, my fault. Disasaster was averted by this obvious well trained staff. Thank goodness, the boat didn’t hit any other boat, rocks, wall, etc…..the stars lined up for this runaway boat of 22 feet. What clearly could have been a monumental disaster was quickly taken care of by the staff. Kudos to the Kingman staff.

    – Glen Hannington via ActiveCaptain.com