Details for Trade-A-Yacht East Marina

Trade-A-Yacht East Marina

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Average rating 1.0 stars from 2 reviews

Address 613 County Route 37, PO Box 613
Brewerton, NY 13029


After hours contact

Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - YES
Repair - YES
Municipal - NO
Other - YES
Other info: Yacht Sales


VHF channel


Email contact

Owner, manager



Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

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Operation (seasonal or year-round)

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Tide & current additional info


Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

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Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

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Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

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Transient: 25
Total: 260
Transient price: Unknown

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Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

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AC power30 amp - NO
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

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Cable TV (and pricing)

Phone hookup (and pricing)

Water (and pricing)

Dinghy access

Liveaboard info


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Gas priceUnknown

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Diesel priceUnknown

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Pets welcomeUnknown

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Disability access


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Hotels or motels

Repair capabilities

Haul out capabilities


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Fishing supplies

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Internet access

Boat ramp availability



Other services


Reviews for Trade-A-Yacht East Marina
A sad Winter's Tale, 2015-06-20
Captain: , Chattanooga, TN (370)

Last fall we decided to winter our boat at Trade-a-Yacht Marina in Brewerton. We were quoted very attractive prices for outside storage, and since all the heated storage in the area was already full, we pulled in. We were quoted a price/ft for shrink wrapping our boat, a per hour rate for winterization, and a fixed price to straighten out some minor dings on our props. All went well (we thought) through the pull-out and winterization process and we left the boat to be shrink wrapped and returned home to Atlanta.
Several weeks later we got our first shock when the prices for the shrink wrapping and prop work came in at nearly double the quote. When we called to ask about it, we were told that both processes were more complicated than they thought. When I asked why I could not have been give advance notice about either one, I was told that %u201Cwe just don%u2019t do that%u201D. Supposedly the additional price for the shrink wrap was because our boat had a %u201CBridge%u201D, which was readily apparent from the time we pulled into the place.
Our joy continued when we returned for the re-launch on May 10. First we found out that we were paying transient rates as of April 15, even though the marina had no capability to put our boat in the water at that time, and in fact they were not able to launch her until May 15. This was approximately 4 times the rate we paid per month for winter storage. Second, we found that, in the process of winterization, their service tech had tracked grease all over our carpet, causing us to have to replace it. We found that they had left tools and supplies all over our boat, and helped themselves to the use of our oil rags, bungee cords and lines. In the course of removing our inverter batteries, one was dropped on the ground and broken, and we were told we would be given a credit of $25. (their core charge) since they reckoned that all four of these needed to be replaced anyway. That cost us about $500., as we were advised not to put one new battery in a bank with three old ones.
All together, this was one of the worst marina experiences we had anywhere on the Loop.

Stay way from this place, 2015-06-18
Captain: , Grand Haven (470)

We stored our boat this past winter in their heated storage. I gave Mike the owner a list of things to work on. He stated that he could proform the work in the winter months because the boat was in heated storage. I called Mike the end of april and he stated that the work was not completed.I asked him to call when the work was complete.I placed another call the end of may work still not finished.
Mike said that the boat would be ready to launch June 3. When I checked the boat out we had grim all over the boat and the starboard transducer was still leaking. Another delay to finish the work that should have been done in the winter. To top that off he charged me a transient fee for the extra stay at the marina that was caused by him. We had two 30 amp connections and with only the ref. and my water heater running it blew a breaker in the marina panel. I spoke to another boater and he stated that he lost his refrigator contents the week before from a blown breaker. Stay away!!

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