Sundance Dry Boat Storage Receives Occupancy Permits

March 31, 2020
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Several years after the devastating fire which destroyed Sundance’s indoor dry storage facility, Sundance Yacht Sales & Marina has acquired the necessary occupancy permits to begin accepting boats into storage. This new facility offers a fresh start and an industry-leading array of options for those who choose to store their boats here or dock in the Sundance Marina.

In 2016, Sundance Dry Storage tragically burnt down, resulting in the destruction of hundreds of boats, which had a deep impact on the boats owners and the Sundance organization. The man tasked with the rebuild projects was Vice President Brian Buck. He states, "For 25 years the Sundance dry storage was a jumping off point for people's adventures. Throughout my life I have been blessed to be around it and have countless adventures of my own on the water. I don't think we realized how important it was to our boating community until it was gone. The outreach and enthusiasm for the dry storage shows us how much this facility is woven into the fabric of the NW boating community. The upgraded facilities and on the water marina club, as well as the boat cloud app to coordinate boat launches, will make the experience better than ever. We are thrilled to reopen this facility and welcome back our friends to the island."

Sundance Yachts and Marinas VP Brian Buck

The dry storage facilities are climate controlled and offer protection from UV and water exposure to keep your boat in the best possible condition. The monthly fee includes one launch per day, full fuel services, 24 security camera surveillance, access to the Sundance Marina Clubhouse, and access to Sundance's experienced and friendly staff who are always on hand to help however they can. Boat owners also have the option to use Sundance Yachts' marina as their Portland base for exploring the picturesque Pacific Northwest cruising grounds.