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Discussion in 'Great Lakes' started by Ezsteps, Feb 25, 2018.
I’ve talked to quite a few people who store at Sassy and they don’t winterize their boats.
Indoor heated storage. No Winterization required. Empty water tank and holding tank. I have them wax the boat during the winter as well. Temperature stays between 50 and 60 all winter.
Winter store at Algonac Harbor Club as well. No winterization other than empty the water tank and get a pump out. I add some diesel additive and just do a real good job cleaning out the sub-pump so it doesn't get nasty during the winter layup.
I figured that was the case, thank you!
Im Chris, we keep our boat at home we live on one of the colony canals off the north channel. We like to ride uo and down the south channels and check out the freighters. Don't go to the moot much usually fishers bay. Try to get out as much as possible even during the week. We currently have a 2004 sea ray 260 sundancer.
How’s it going Chris. Great group of guys on this thread.
Welcome to CSR Chris. "Currently have a 2004..." Are you shopping for something else?
Welcome Aboard Chris, If you see a Hunter Green 400 DA named Bottoms Up stop by and say hi.
Welcome aboard Chris (aka Steve).... some of the really good guys are down here in Lake Erie .... the big boy lake
No not really but im sure i will be looking to upgrade by next yr.
You know you guys wish you were back up here on St. Clair....
By the way who is Steve....
Beats the hell out of me.. no idea where that came from
You been drinking that Erie water.
Lmao i was wondering the same.
We’ll call him Redone instead of blueone
Chris you gotta watch yourself around Greatlakes just giving a headsup! Him and his dog are trouble causing twosome
Lol wow! The dog is an asshole
Irie is all waxed up and covered with a thin plastic sheet. My guys got a new toy this season and when done, my hull and top decks were reading 97.5 on his Gloss meter. Now just want to tackle a couple of simple projects and counting down the days until we are back out on Anchor Bay.