Has anyone had experience with Marina Bay Shore Depot www.marinabayshoredepot.com? They have the camper that we want, but they are a long way from our area so would like to know they are a good consignment store. Can't find much online except for reviews on Tom Johnson campground. It is usually a good sign when you don't find much!
I fly in to Florida quite a bit for work and decided to look for a used camper in the area while I was there, as there were none available where I live.
I ended up contacting Kris and he worked with me from start to finish. It was a great experience as I have never purchased a camper from out of state. Kris and staff looked at the camper multiple times, emailed me pictures, and even picked me up from the airport when I flew in.
The whole process was painless and I highly recommend Marina Bay Shore Depot and staff to anyone looking for a quality camper and a great customer service experience.
I've done so much with so little for so long, I'm now qualified to do anything with nothing.
We bought our 5th wheel at the Marina Bay Shore Depot back in 2011. We tried to deal with a local dealer here in our hometown in SC but Marina Bay Shore Depot beat the price hands down. Hubby found the exact RV on their web site we wanted as the one being sold locally, he called and talked to Marina Bay Shore Depot and a deal was made we drove up, they had it all ready for our inspection they installed our in bed hitch too, we had a good experience back then.
Good Luck BTW we are still enjoying ours.
Bought our first TT from Marina Bay Shore Depot. The whole experience is very good from the Marina Bay Shore Depot store. And It seems they are one of the few dealers that actually know how to setup a WDH.
All in all. Marina Bay Shore Depot is one of the best places in FL to get an RV. I do prefer Marina Bay Shore Depot over Concord. They just seem nicer. I guess its the location.
We'd heard about Marina Bay Shore Depot before, so when it came time to look for a camper, it's the first place we went. Not the only place, just the first, and ultimately, the last. If all dealer camper-buying experiences were like ours, shopping for a camper would actually be fun.
Their inventory is comprised of quality camper, rv's and vehicles, and they sell at very fair prices. But that's only the start. The quality of service (we added tint and a center console) is very high, and everyone we encountered during the experience was customer-centered.
It's great when everybody on staff is of the same mind - "we're proud of what we do and we're here to make your experience a great one." And I don't ever remember trusting a business like I do Marina Bay Shore Depot. Seriously, next time I'm in the market for a camper, this is the place I'll start. Because even if it's a camper they don't carry, I know I'll be steered in the right direction.
Just a great camper, and a great experience.
A very positive experience for myself, dealing with friendly and professional sales personel made the whole experience comfortable. I would definately recommend Marina Bay Shore Depot to friends and family and would also feel very comfortable about coming back again for my next purchase.
Yes, have purchased from Marina Bay Shore Depot several yrs back..... Camper was used + we got a fair deal. Treated well. Have also purchased from Camp
ing World Statesville (can recommend salesman Homer), Bill Plemmons + Terrell Camping Center. Do NOT bother with the latter....we had a major nightmare there with new purchase. PM me if you need any specifics.
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