PIER 39 Marina is made up of 300 privately-owned subleased slips. First purchased in 1984 for a 50 year period, these subleases can be resold to new lessees. Subleases carry monthly assessment fees, which contribute to the general marina fund that pays for repairs and improvements to the common areas.
There are two ways to become a tenant at PIER 39 Marina. You can rent a slip, or buy the remaining time on a sublease.
RENT A SLIP At PIER 39
A Slip Renter has signed a month to month rental agreement to occupy a Sublease Owner’s dock space. Slip Renters may submit a 30 day notice to terminate their monthly agreement, or may in turn be given a 30 day notice should a Sublease Owner wish to re-occupy their slip.
Required application documents :
- Completed Rental Application
- DMV registration
- Insurance to $500,000
- Proof of Residency (residential lease or land based utility bill)
- Survey (Vessels 25+ years or wooden).
- Sorry, no houseboats.
All docs must be in legal boatowner’s name
BECOME A SUBLEASE OWNER
Sublease Owners have purchased the remainder of time on a sublease of space at PIER 39, expiring in 2034. Sublease Owners are responsible for monthly assessment fees which upkeep the docks and the tenant common areas.
MONTHLY “DOCKUMINIUM” RATES
- 36′ x 13′ $353.16 per month
- 40′ x 14′ $392.40 per month
- 45′ x 15′ $441.45 per month
- 50′ x 18′ $490.50 per month
- 60′ x 20′ $588.60 per month
There are many reasons to buy a slip lease, and as many reasons to sell one. The best reason to buy a slip lease is that you love the location.
Sublease Owners may dock their own vessel, privately sublease the slip, or put their slip into BMMI’s rental program for Sublease Owners.