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Jetski Storage - Poole - Dorset


We are specialist in secure and convenient Jetski PWC storage, offering flexible summer time storage alongside our winter 6 month indoor storage care packages.

By combining our in depth knowledge and passion ensures your machine is kept in the very best condition and ready to use at a moment's notice.

Jetskis are not designed nor will tolerate extended periods stored afloat which has seen the explosion of marinas installing convenient 24hr access Jetski storage dock / pods. With this option there is no need for a trailer with the launching procedure a simple push off and ride back up. Winter storage on this system can sometimes cause problems with moisture build up within the machine.

General maintenance can be carried out on the dock by our trained engineers, be sure to check if your marina will allow this before committing to a 12 month contract.

Annual on water dock storage costs can vary between £1200-£2000 per annum locally.

Minimum rental periods differ depending on location get in touch for up-to date pricing and availability.


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Every winter season we run our indoor storage care package which includes:

FULL ENGINE WINTERISE

6 MONTHS STORAGE

BATTERY CARE

BILGE FLUSH

SEATS STORED SEPERATLEY

VALET BEFORE COLLECTION 

We run the collection/drop off point from our workshops in Cobbs Quay, Poole Dorset.

Winter storage package price £570.00 inc.

For more details of any of the above feel free to get in touch.

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