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Flagship Undercover Boat Storage and Valet Service

Located only one kilometre to the nearest boat ramp and the pristine waters of Port Stephens is the seven day a week Flagship Undercover Storage facility. If you prefer, the helpful marina staff can help you hitch and unhitch your boat and/or also take your boat to the marina ready for you to step on board without any hassles.

A boat washing and detailing service is also available for your convenience. Security is our number one priority at Flagship Storage and we provide a back to base alarm system, security lighting and regular random security patrols.

Undercover boat storage is available from as little as $8.00 per day.

  • High-tech security access
  • Quick hassel-free access to your boat
  • Checking your boat
  • Hitching your boat
  • Towing your boat
  • Towing your boat
  • Launching your boat
  • Launching your boat
  • Casting you off
  • Welcoming you to the marina
  • Complimentary morning coffees delivered to your boat

As a highly valued customer you can also take advantage of the world class facilities that are available to the customers who berth their boat at the marina, including:

  • complimentary use of the luxurious personal care facilities located at the marina
  • complimentary use of the spacious dry sauna
  • complimentary summertime morning coffees, newspapers and afternoon cocktails
  • complimentary use of the internet and computer in the guest lounge/library
  • complimentary game of tennis at the local courts
  • complimentary use of the marina vehicle and pushbikes.

Please call Darrell at Soldiers Point Marina on (02) 4982 7445 to discuss all your options.

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I am proud to be associated with the marina. My wife and I would particularly like to say how much we enjoyed meeting Darrell and Jim and the rest of the team. Nothing is too much trouble for them and they bend over backwards to assist in anyway they can.

Steven Dews, NSW