Like dogs, boats need a secure place to sleep lest they spend all night chasing the neighbor’s catfish or digging up Old Man Poseidon’s plankton patch. Curb your craft with today’s Groupon:
If the game Monopoly taught us anything, it’s that owning a battleship is a responsibility equal to that of owning a dog (or a thimble) and that free parking is something that happens to other people. Partake in shipshape storage with today’s Groupon to Belle Harbour Marina in Tarpon Springs. Choose between the following options:
- For $225, you get three months of uncovered on-trailer storage for a boat up to 26-feet long (a $450 value).
- For $375, you get three months of covered High and Dry storage for a boat up to 25-feet long, 8-feet wide, and 7.6-feet tall (a $750 value).<p>
Belle Harbour Marina safely secures watercraft in covered or uncovered shelter with easy access to the calm harbor waters of the Anclote River. Gargantuan forklifts operate along aisles of High and Dry storage, stacking boats two-high on oversized racks that are capped with a roof to keep out undesirable elements and skydiving pirates. Alternatively, an uncovered storage area allows skippers to park vessels atop their own trailer. With advance notice, attentive deck hands can carefully ready skiffs for launch or transport away from the marina.
Belle Harbour Marina
Whether renting a buccaneer deck boat, manning a fishing boat, or taking a kayak out for a spin, customers utilize the Belle Harbour Marina's extensive fleet to explore Anclote River, close to Tarpon Springs' Sponge Docks. Boaters can follow boating area charts or cut their own path, careening across the surface of the water as they look out for manatees, dolphins, and notes in a bottle they regret sending. They can also rent a stereo and drop anchor to lie out on Anclote Key's sand bars and islands, or they can rent tackle and ice boxes to search for the flats' sea trout, redfish, and snook.