As the temperatures begin to drop and the nights get longer, the fall season begins to settle in. Some boat owners remain out on the water still, while many use this time to bring their boat out of the water and begin to get it ready for winter storage. One of the most popular questions we get as to storage is where to keep it when you’re not using it. There are several options, and which you decide upon will likely be based on several factors. Budget, convenience, and availability are some of the main considerations when choosing the storage site. Looking to have you boat shrink wraped and stored… Read Full Article →
Anchor Marine Repair Blog
One of the keys to owning a boat is the question of where to keep it when you aren’t using it. Your budget, convenience, and availability are all keys that should be talked about. If you live or work in or around the Delano Minnetonka area, Anchor Marine is a great choice for wrapping, storage and off season repairs.
There’s no less expensive way to store a boat than on a trailer in your driveway or yard. A trailer offers you the advantages of taking your boat into different areas of water, taking your boat out whenever you like, or just saving fees on your winter storage…. Read Full Article →
Your wave runner is built for fun on the water. It offers you and your family an exciting and exhilarating ride on the beautiful local waterways. It is also a large investment that you want to protect. When your wave runner needs to be repaired or it is time to store it for the winter months, Anchor Marine Repair can help. We are a one stop shop for wave runner repair and storage. Our team Read Full Post
What better time to purchase a new boat than during the winter?! This time of year in Minnesota feels like the dead period of boating. So, while others are focusing on indoor activities during the cold winter months, consider purchasing a boat this time of year. The best time to purchase a boat is the winter/off-season. If you just purchased a boat, make sure it is in good hands until you can get it out into its natural habitat, the water. Read Full Post