MDL Marinas opens new storage facilities
MDL Marinas has made available for rental new purpose-built stores at a further five marinas across the UK.
Sixteen 36sqft are available at Shamrock Quay as well as eight at Dartside Quay, and twelve at Penton Hook, Bray and Windsor. This bring the total number of MDL sites with rental stores to eleven.
“As a boat owner, I am delighted that we’re offering this opportunity,” said Maxine Lane, head of marketing at MDL Marinas. “I know only too well the space that boating equipment eats up onboard or in the garage, so onsite storage at our marinas is perfect for so many reasons.
"They’re secure and easily accessible, and there’s ample car-parking. We’ve also got trolleys on hand for loading and unloading gear. But obviously we’re open to people using our facilities to store other items too,” she added.
Suitable for boat gear, household items, or even furniture, the onsite storage provides round-the-clock access every day of the year. The largest units (170sqft) are available at Cobb’s Quay and Ocean Village marinas whilst smaller shed facilities are available at Hamble Point Marina, Mercury Yacht Harbour, Northney Marina, Port Hamble Marina and Woolverstone Marina.
There are also storage containers available at Hamble Point Marina, Hythe Marina Village, Saxon Wharf and Mercury Yacht Harbour for boating gear such as sails, spares and tools.
MDL Marinas will be exhibiting at Southampton International Boat Show powered by Borrow a Boat on Stand E52.
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