Moorage and Storage
We rent out more than 1,000 boat slips in three marinas at the north end of Lake Coeur d’Alene, where all the action is. We offer boat moorage overnight in these slips and we also offer annual or off-season winter indoor boat storage.
Boat Slips & Moorage
When you need a place to put your boat, Hagadone Marine Group can help. Daily moorage and boat slips are available both short term and long term on Lake Coeur d’Alene. We offer nightly and seasonal Idaho boat moorage, slips for rent, gas docks, pump out facilities and full boating services.
Interested in boat slip rentals and daily moorage? Please see us at any of our three locations – Boardwalk Marina, Blackwell Island Marina, and Silver Beach Marina.
We are proud to offer overnight boat moorage reservations and inquiries at Silver Beach Marina and Boardwalk Marina - please contact those venues below if you’re interested in mooring with us overnight!
Hagadone Marine Group also leads the industry in off-season and indoor winter boat storage options for the Spokane area and the Inland Northwest. Interested in learning more? Reach out to our team today!
In addition to a large selection of services, Hagadone Marine Center also offers the Quick Launch Program to customers. This one of a kind service, offered from May 1st through October 1st, is great for individuals looking for the full package boating experience on Lake Coeur d’Alene.
As a member of the Quick Launch Club, you will receive exclusive amenities such as indoor boat storage throughout the winter season, discounts on fuel at any of our three marinas, reserved parking at quick launch docks, and more.
Enjoy exclusivity on the Northwest’s most beautiful lake with Quick Launch Access today!
Your experience matters which is why we’ve made it easy to request dock repair for any of our marinas online. If you have any questions, reach out to us today, we’re happy to help!
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Frequently Asked Questions
During the winter in the Inland Northwest, temps can drop well below freezing and stay there for weeks at a time. Those temps can drastically affect a boat sitting in storage and can cause damage to an engine.
Repair to a freeze-damaged engine can cost as much as 10,000! Thus, winterization service is necessary to ensure your engine is not damaged during freezing temperatures. The winterization process takes place sometime in the fall once you are done using it for the season. It is necessary to prep your boat before it is shrink wrapped or stored for the long winter ahead.
At Hagadone Marine, we are dedicated to making sure your boat passes through the winterization process with flying colors. We’ll look it over with a fine-tooth comb and make sure all systems are turned off and everything is packed away. The process will also include:
• Winterizing your engine, transmission, and seawater pumps
• Fogging/treating the fuel system
• Disconnecting your battery
It is also a good idea to change your engine and drive oil at this time. Full service packages are available, please contact us for more information.
The boat summerization service gets your boating season off to a great, trouble-free start. This is typically done in the spring when your boat is first brought out of winter storage, but it can be done anytime before your boat enters the water again. This step is important in boat maintenance because it checks the entire boat’s systems to make sure everything is in working order.
Investing in boat summerization is highly recommended. It allows a professional to take a deep dive into your boat and check it for any issues that may arise before you put it in the water for use. At Hagadone Marine Center, we are experts at boat summerization. During the process, our service techs will:
• Service batteries (clean terminals, check the fluid level, test and fully charge)
• Install all drain plugs and hoses (reverse the winterization process)
• Check all systems for proper operation
• Run your boat to ensure running condition and operating temperature
If you are interested in learning more about the boat summerization process, please contact us today.
The Summerization service reverses the Winterization service and makes your boat safe to operate on the water. The weather is always changing and we always have summer/winter seasons. Unless you are planning to use your boat all year long, you should be thinking about these services. Winterization and Summerization keep your boat in good health and working order all year round.
A ground mount or up-load fee is charged for boats that do not have their own trailer. This fee covers the cost of the use of the shop trailer. It also covers the labor and materials required to remove the boat from the shop trailer and mount it on stands for the duration of storage. These fees are assessed both in the winter and spring. Spring ground mount is simply the reverse of the winter service.
Shop supply fees cover additional items and supplies used to service your boat that are not listed under parts and materials. These include basic shop products, lubricants, small hardware, shop towels, sealants, disposal of waste oil and other environmentally toxic materials, etc.