East Coast Marina’s Dry Rack is the newest and most modern undercover boat storage facility of its kind in Australia, storing 240 boats up to 10metres in length.
East Coast Marina has 365 berths ranging from 9m to 20m and is designed for long term and short term occupancy. Vessels over 20m may be accommodated for short term.
East Coast Marina’s Dry Stack is the newest and most modern undercover boat storage facility of its kind in Australia. It’s like valet-parking for your boat. The state-of-the-art dry rack storage facility stores 240 boats up to 10 metres in length, large boats with fly bridges will normally be accommodated in our high bay facility.
When it comes to looking after boaties from Brisbane and beyond, this unique undercover Dry Rack facility is second to none. It’s fully secured with card key access and 24/7 CCTV surveillance and the ability to launch and retrieve boats of various shapes and sizes with incredible efficiency.
Customers can ring ahead, and the East Coast Marina team will have their boat ready and waiting for them in the water by the time they arrive. On return after their day on the water, our staff will lift the boat, wash the hull down and flush the motor before returning it to secure, dry storage. The hull wash and engine flush service is included in the rates.
The state-of-the-art dry rack boat storage facility is also environmentally sustainable using recyclable rain-water harvesting for boat washing, motor flushing and landscape irrigation. Sewerage pump out and disposal, and grey water recovery and treatment has also been provided.
East Coast Marina is perfect for both inner city Brisbane residents who may not have room for their boats or don’t want to tow through traffic or for those further away looking for a home base for their boat and a convenient launching place to explore Queensland’s waterways and beautiful Moreton Bay.
To help us provide you with an accurate quote for storage, please measure your boat as shown in the diagram below.
NO BOAT RAMPS | NO TRAILERS | NO WASTED TIME | MORE FAMILY ENJOYMENT