Pursuant to this announcement from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, the Village of Mamaroneck’s Marina and Boat Ramp in Harbor Island Park will re-open for regular business on Friday, May 15, at 9:00 AM.
Until further notice, the following guidelines must be followed in order to adhere to Governor Cuomo’s executive order.
- Face masks must be worn and strict social distancing protocols (6 feet) must be followed while at the marina. These practices protect boaters’ and employees’ health and safety. Individuals may not gather on the docks and boats should be limited to family members of the same household.
- We understand many boaters are very eager to launch their boats and to get back in the water. Please understand that Friday, May 15 will be busy day and your patience will be greatly appreciated.
- While on the water, please DO NOT tie your boat to another boat — even if you know the individuals on the other boat. Doing so can create an unsafe environment and can lead officials to close access to the water. Everyone must continue to follow all social distancing rules and regulations while on a boat in the water.
- When returning to the dock, please do not gather with other boaters. Continue practicing social distancing protocols on land.
Please Be Safe:
All boaters should be prepared with masks, gloves and sanitizing products.
Our buildings and shop are closed to the public. In addition, the public restrooms at the Harbormaster’s office are closed until further notice. Avoid approaching any marina employee except in case of an emergency.
Because of Governor Cuomo’s New York State on PAUSE executive order, the traditional opening date of our marina and boat ramp (May 1 ) was delayed by 15 days. Therefore, the boating season will be extended past November 1 to November 15. With this shift of dates, please note that permits will not be refunded.
We ask for your continued patience during these uncertain times. We will continue to follow guidance from public health officials and government agencies and will continue to keep you informed of any updates and changes. As always, please feel free to reach out directly with any specific questions or concerns. If you need to contact the Harbormaster’s office, please call (914) 777-7744.