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Rondini's Boat Dock is a Crib in Saints Row: The Third.[1]

When you work with your hands
you'll never be rich
but you'll never go hungry.
— Commemorative plaque (Rondini's Boat Dock, dedicated August 20, 1939)


Located in the Sunset Park neighborhood of the Downtown district of Steelport, Rondini's Boat Dock is situated roughly between Angel's Gym (to the west) and the Saints HQ (to the east). It costs $12,500 and adds 2% to City Takeover.

The Crib consists solely of a dock, of a garage for boats and does not have an interior. Similar to the Airplane Hangar, this Crib does not remove Notoriety.


Buying this Crib automatically unlocks three boats in the garage:

As these are unlockables, they do not count towards the 64 vehicle garage limit.

A Miami and a Commander are always parked near the dock.


  • Rondini's Boat Dock is a memorial to Ronald H. Hupertz, the father-in-law of a Saints Row: The Third developer. Hupertz passed away suddenly on November 8th, 2010. The dedication date on the memorial is his birthday. Rondini was his nickname given to him by his son. The dock itself is a reference to his favorite pastime, fishing on Lake Erie. The quote about working with your hands is something that Ron told his children, and it's stuck with them ever since. It fits the working-class background of Steelport, and more importantly it is some of the best advice a man could pass on to his kids.[2][imagerefs 1]
  • Sinking the Boats that spawn at the dock counts towards the "Destroy Boats" Challenge.
  • The dock still exists in Saints Row IV, although the commemorative plaque is absent and no boats are parked there.


Commemorative plaque

Commemorative plaque

The Memorial at the dock, in game

The location of Rondini's Boat Dock in Saints Row: The Third

Rondini's Boat Dock for sale in Saints Row: The Third

Buying Rondini's Boat Dock in Saints Row: The Third

Rondini's Boat Dock in Saints Row: The Third

Rondini's Boat Dock in Saints Row: The Third


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  1. Image: Rondini's Boat Dock guide