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Stewart’s Marine Service launches new boat, RV storage



Stewart’s Marine Service, Inc. of Truckee, Ca. has expanded their business to include a new boat and recreational vehicle storage space that is located in Reno, Nv. The new indoor facility offers up to 40,000 square feet of ground floor (no stacking) space that can accommodate boats and other recreational vehicles up to 35 feet in length. “For the past 30 years, we have offered personalized and professional services to maintain watercraft throughout the Truckee, Lake Tahoe and Reno region,” said Lindsay Stewart, co-owner of Stewart’s Marine Service, “With the addition of our new storage service, we are completing our business goal to offer a one-stop-solution for all of our clients who enjoy water sports, and then some.”

“Stewart’s Marine Service now offers one of the region’s larger and well-maintained storage facilities. We welcome the opportunity to help residents throughout the Truckee/Tahoe/Reno area to store their boats, cars, RVs and other recreational toys in a safe and protected environment,” she said. The new storage facility is fully enclosed, heated, gated and complete with a security and sprinkler system. Monthly fees start at $9.00 per foot with seasonal and annual packages offering incentivized pricing and other services.

According to Stewart, as a complete one-stop-shop operation, Stewart’s Marine Service also offers a comprehensive line of services including transportation to and from the facility, boat winterization and summer activation, full inboard and stern drive service, trailer service and repair, detailing, complete wood and fiberglass boat repair and restoration. For complete information, call 530-582-8776 or visit www.StewartsMarineService.com.

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