Shore Storage

When you need to take your boat out of the water, access, repairs and maintenance shouldn’t be a hassle or a chore. We have created a range of dry storage options to suit every boat owner.

From dry berthing with flexible launches, to storage ashore, all our packages come with the peace of mind of 24 hour CCTV and security, and we have drawn up a Winter Preparation guide so you can be sure that you’re taking all the steps necessary to get ready for next season.

Storage Packages

You can rest assured that your boat will be well looked after when stored with us any time of year, we treat every boat as if it is our own.

All of our storage ashore packages include a fully serviced berth ashore with an electricity and water supply, parking for one car and mast storage, where applicable. Chose from summer or winter storage, with a range of extra options available.

See our Storage Ashore packages & extras

Winter Shore Storage

Enjoy complete peace of mind, and easy access for all those essential winter preparation jobs, with a Winter Shore Storage package.

A fully serviced berth, car parking, electricity and round-the-clock security are just some of the benefits of storing your boat ashore over the winter months at Mylor.

Take a look at our services and charges for full details, or get in touch to find out more.

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Dry Berthing

A convenient alternative to keeping your boat afloat, our dry berthing packages offer secure shore storage and flexible, on demand launching all year round.

Take a look at our Dry Berthing packages

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Get complete peace of mind that your boat will be safe and secure when out of the water by choosing Mylor Yacht Harbour.

We have 24hr CCTV and a security team in place, alongside a fully staffed marina all year round. You can also keep an eye on the harbour at all times using our webcams.

If you wish to find out more, please give us a call to discuss our security arrangements.

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Winter Preparation

Be one of the first to be back on the water in spring by properly preparing your boat for winter.

You’d think that after an active sailing season your boat would relish some time off over winter. In actual fact extended periods of inactivity can accelerate wear and tear which can contribute to potential breakdowns next season.

See our Winter Preparation guide