Float Storage

FLOAT WASHING we have a very reliable process for getting your floats clean that we have been using for years. The product we use is a trade secret that was actually shown to us by a special customer. It’s not a true magic bullet, it still takes work, but they key is that we are not afraid of it, and we can get most floats looking very good again, in a very practical time frame and price point and that saves you the trouble.

When you store your floats with Seaplanes North, LLC, we (with your approval) cold weather prepare the floats with antifreeze and give them a cursory inspection. Your floats are then securely stored on steel racks behind an 8′ airport-rated fence. Secure aircraft storage is also available.

We use steel float racks, although they are considerably more expensive than wooden racks. With the occasional high winds and heavy snow loads encountered at Lake Hood, we feel steel better protects your investment.

 Float Storage Rates
Displacement (Cubic Inches)
Cost Per Month
Cost Per Season
Less than 2300
Cub & single Cessna size Aircraft
Beaver size aircraft
Price Revision February 26, 2024

Limitation on Liability: Notwithstanding any provision of this agreement to the contrary, Seaplanes North and Airplane Hangars Inc. (LANDLORD) shall not be liable to TENANT for special, incidental or consequential damages including, but not limited to, loss of use, revenue or profit, business opportunities and the like, even if LANDLORD was advised, knew, or should have known of the possibility of such damages.

Indemnification: TENANT shall indemnify and hold LANDLORD, its officers, directors, employees and agents harmless for loss of, or damage to, Property from any claim or action for injury to persons or property from any cause related to the TENEANTS use of the storage space.  The TENEANT shall hold the LANDLORD harmless for any damage sustained to the Property stored by LANDLORD.  TENANT shall indemnify and hold LANDLORD, its officers, directors, employees and agents harmless for loss of or damage to Property by weather, hail, fire, flood, acts of God, terrorism, strikes or other labor disputes (whether at LANDLORD’S facility or elsewhere), riots, public enemy, insurrection, war, governmental orders or actions, failure of transportation, delays caused or experienced by suppliers or subcontractors, or any other cause beyond the control of LANDLORD not specifically mentioned herein.