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Shrink Wrap your Valuable Possession

Shrink wrap offers absolute protection for your valuable possession

Imported from the USA, this incredible product has been tried and tested in the marine, agricultural, industrial, defense, aerospace and automotive industries.

Benefits:

  • Complete weather protection for all stored products
  • One piece coverage—no leaks or gaps
  • The shrink wrap cover will stay put—it is tight fitting and well secured
  • Shrink wrap covers eliminate chafing, abrasion, scratching, etc
  • Covers can be well ventilated reducing moisture, mould and mildew from forming underneath
  • Zipper access doors allow entry inside during the storage season
  • Creates a durable & strong cover
  • Puncture resistant
  • We will come to you in the Port Stephens area to wrap your asset or you can come to us where will offer double protection in our storage facility located a short drive from Soldiers Point Marina.

So, if you are away for an extended time and want to have peace of mind that your boat/caravan/car is thoroughly protected from dust, bugs and the elements then please call us for more information about how we can assist you.

Ph: (02) 4982 7445 | www.soldiersptmarina.com.au

Special Summer Offer:

Up to 18’ - $499, was $699,
18-24’ - $699, was $899,
Or pay 12 months in advance at Flagship Storage and receive one FOC wrap during that period.

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Testimonial

...Two nights were spent at Soldiers Point Marina. This is a new marina and has been rated 5 anchors by the international Rating Scheme for Marinas. It is worth every penny it cost to stay. In our case an out of season rate of $95 sounded expensive at first but for this you get top class service and facilities. Cocktails in the evening, courtesy car to go shopping, morning newspaper and coffee and the bathrooms would put any Hilton Hotel to shame. The Point Restaurant above the marina was so good we went a second time.

Roger Gee, (Greenwich Flying Squadron)