Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Bathing huts prove a big hit at The Drystack at Trafalgar Wharf

A neat and tidy row of 12 colorful bathing huts has popped up at Trafalgar Wharf, Portsmouth, just in time for the summer boating season. The huts have been built for boat owners to store their nautical bits, such as fishing gear, life jackets, water-skis and waterproofs, rather than taking them home after use.

Jonny Boys, Managing Director of Trafalgar Wharf, is leaving no stone unturned when it comes to convenience for boat owners.

“Unlimited launches, valet refueling and now bathing hut storage, what more could a boat owner want? The Drystack at Trafalgar Wharf is about the ultimate in convenience, so why lug your stuff home every time when you don’t have to. We want to be the ultimate “turn-up and go” facility, so we’re doing everything we can to make life easy for boat owners.”

The bathing huts are available to rent on a monthly basis for £60, a lot less than the world’s most expensive hut, Chalet Number 4 at West Bexington in Dorset, which sold for £235,000 in 2006.

And boat owners may even get a free bathing hut thanks to Andy Murray. “It’s going to be a great summer of sport so I’m going to refund 100% of the rental when Andy Murray wins Wimbledon.”

So call Corinne before Friday lunch time (6th July) to book yours.  You can get her on 02392 706384.