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  • 19 Jan 2019 12:59 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Attention all boat owners:

    The winds have been very high, 20-25 with gusts up to 40 mph.  Please come out and check on your boat to be sure the lines are holding.  It is your responsibility to insure your boat is secured.

    Winter is not gone and there is a chance of cold weather coming our way over the next couple of months. 

    You must winterize your boat soon. This process is different, depending on the boat type and conditions. Basically, it means eliminating or controlling any water in the boat/engine. 

    Depending on your boat, this likely includes:

    • Draining water from engines.
    • Closing all through-hull connections.
    • Removing water from other parts of the boat.
    • Stabilizing the fuel.
    • Preparing the engine for months of non-use. 

    * Remember you MUST NOT depend solely on dock-based electrical power for heaters/warmers. Every year the club experiences outages and these sometimes last more than a day. 


    Charles Hoffman

  • 29 Nov 2018 1:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    I am pleased to announce that all docks are now accessible from the shore.

    1. The water level continues to fall and the crane pad should be dry by Saturday.  There is no significant rain in the forecast.
    2. Dock 1 and Dock 2: For now, access Dock 2 by using Dock 1 then crossing over on the courtesy dock to Dock 2.  By Saturday, Dock 2 direct access should also be dry.
    3. Docks 3 - 6 are already dry accessible.
    4. The Crane should be available by Saturday morning after it is checked out and re-energized.  At that time, the courtesy dock for the crane will be reinstated.  Same for the mast crane next to Dock 1.
    5. Water on the docks is off for now, as the system has been drained and winterized.  There is no plan to re-start it over the winter, unless there is a big push to do so.

    Nice weather for next several days.  Please come out to check on your boat.

    Thank you,

    John Lusk

    Harbormaster, 2018

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