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Old 04-11-2012, 01:36 PM
 
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Can you please clarify? Most if not all marina slips on Norman and Wylie are leased monthly or yearly and not privately owned unless they are private neighborhood docks. You should be able to get a slip at almost any one of the public marinas right now. The only place I have seen marina slips that are privately owned are at marinas on the coast.

What lake do you want to be on?

If you are referring to someone renting a private slip at their lake house, that is going to be more of a "hush-hush" word of mouth thing since it is against the dock permitting regulations to rent a private dock. Not saying it does not happen but it is not talked about much. As I understand it, getting caught can be grounds for revocation of dock permit which is not good for the property owner.

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Old 04-12-2012, 07:59 AM
 
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Default Does anyone dock at Holiday Marina?

Looking for Pros and Cons?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 04-12-2012, 04:04 PM
 
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I agree, we keep our boat stored at Storette of Tega Cay (near Lake Wylie) for $40.00 per month. Charles is great, we gas it up a lot cheaper than on the lake and we can take it out anywhere we want. The plus side is we launch it for free and park free at Nevins boat launch. When we want to go to Lake Norman, we just prick it up and bring there..very convienient. Good luck and see ya on the water
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Old 04-19-2012, 08:52 AM
 
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Holiday? Be prepared to shell out some serious cash for a slip there. Very desirable. Very pricey. (last time I checked)
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Old 04-20-2012, 08:11 AM
 
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Holiday? Be prepared to shell out some serious cash for a slip there. Very desirable. Very pricey. (last time I checked)

Really Spanky? Thanks! I thought Morningstar at Kings Point was off the charts!
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Old 04-20-2012, 08:43 AM
 
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Any of those marinas on Hwy 73 in Mecklenburg is going to be expensive. That new one that you can see from I-77 around Exit 30 is also sky high. Prices are better if you head up to Hwy 150 or on the West side of the lake. There are 4-5 dry docks right where Hwy 150 crosses the main channel, and a couple of more west of there where the bridges also cross the lake. There is at least 1 if not 2 more marinas up on Perth Rd above Hwy 150, and the Northern most marina, right on the main channel as it heads back to the Catawba River is accessed from Denver.

Some advice here. If you rent in one of those northern marinas (not on the main channel) make sure that you can boat to it. Some of them require you to go under some very low bridges to get to the rest of the lake. Boats with wakeboard towers and most pontoon boats won't fit under them especially if the lake is full.
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Old 04-22-2012, 05:32 PM
 
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why r u shopping for a new slip??
let me know what size your boat is, and i will get you some prices.
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Old 04-27-2012, 09:47 AM
 
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Default floating dock/pier available Mooresville

We will have a floating dock available for rent within the next week or so.
DM me for more info if interested.
Thanks
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Old 04-27-2012, 03:05 PM
 
Location: Durham UK
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Any of those marinas on Hwy 73 in Mecklenburg is going to be expensive. That new one that you can see from I-77 around Exit 30 is also sky high. Prices are better if you head up to Hwy 150 or on the West side of the lake. There are 4-5 dry docks right where Hwy 150 crosses the main channel, and a couple of more west of there where the bridges also cross the lake. There is at least 1 if not 2 more marinas up on Perth Rd above Hwy 150, and the Northern most marina, right on the main channel as it heads back to the Catawba River is accessed from Denver.

Some advice here. If you rent in one of those northern marinas (not on the main channel) make sure that you can boat to it. Some of them require you to go under some very low bridges to get to the rest of the lake. Boats with wakeboard towers and most pontoon boats won't fit under them especially if the lake is full.
Wanted to mention Stutts,Inland Sea and All Seasons Marinas.
First 2 are off Brawley School Rd and All Seasons is off Langtree.

Agree re bridges but regarding private docks some don't have very deep water. In the drought of 2007 many docks were dry and in some areas they won't have usable water in the Summer in any year.
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Old 05-01-2012, 06:29 AM
 
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Default Interested in renting your floating dock for the summer on Lake Norman.

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We will have a floating dock available for rent within the next week or so.
DM me for more info if interested.
Thanks
Where is your dock located? I'd be interested in renting it for the summer.

Anyone else have a personal dock for rent for the summer?

Thanks.

lq
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