Your vessel's best protection from wind storms, flying debris and storm surges! 

Rose Marina's Hurricane Storage guarantees policy holder's (members) indoor storage space in the event of a hurricane or named storm. The facility is a state of the art, concrete boathouse rated for winds of 170 MPH. 

Click on these links to see a Video of the walls going up!     RoseMarinaWallsVideo1               RoseMarinaWallsVideo2

Not only is this the most secure facility on Marco Island but it's the most convenient and cost effective hurricane plan available for vessels docked at our marina.  For a pre-determined fee and nominal per occurrence lift fees Rose Marina will remove your vessel from the water via a 75 Ton Marine Travelift, and place the yacht into our state of the art concrete boathouse. In most cases insurance companies will offer a much lower premium if a vessel has a hurricane plan which includes removal from the water and storage in a Cat 5+ building.


* Based on Length Overall as Measured by Marina Staff. * Normal travelift fees apply per occurrence.

43' to 49'

50' to 54'

55 to 59'

60' to 64'

65' +

Policy Details

  • Space is limited, availability is on a first come first served bases.
  • MUST HAVE an Annual In-Water dockage agreement with Rose Marina.
  • Payment due in advance before April 1st of each year. No memberships will be issued after April 1st of each year unless approved by the General Manager.
  • All Club Members must monitor the NOAA / National Weather Service / National Hurricane Center for storm information.
  • All vessels must be at our docks before a hurricane WARNING is issued for our area by the National Weather Service. NO EXCEPTIONS!
  • Boats must leave marina property within 24 hours of the WATCH or WARNING being cancelled. If not, temporary storage will be charged at $2.75 + tax per foot, per day.
  • Size, weight and vessel configurations apply.
  • Minimum yearly charge is $2750.00

Hurricane warnings indicate that hurricane conditions (sustained winds of 74 mph or higher) are expected somewhere within the specified area. Because hurricane preparedness activities become difficult once winds reach tropical storm force (sustained winds of 39 to 73 mph), the hurricane warning is issued 36 hours in advance of the anticipated onset of tropical-storm-force winds to allow for important preparation. During a hurricane warning, complete storm preparations and immediately leave the threatened area if directed by local officials. A hurricane watch means that hurricane conditions (sustained winds of 74 mph or higher) are possible within the specified area. A hurricane watch is issued 48 hours in advance of the anticipated onset of tropical-storm-force winds in an area.