21 Grassy Point Road Stony Point, NY
Resuming Marina Operations with Health and Safety in Mind
Dear Friends and Fellow Boaters;
Following NYS guidance, our Marina has resumed operations as of Monday April 20th. We have welcomed back our tech and yard crews who continue to follow strict safety, distancing, and sanitizing protocol as they ready boats for the water.
Though the Marina remains closed to the general public, we are open for our clients to access their boats and GO BOATING! Our staff is currently here Monday – Friday to serve your needs, but to ensure their safety our office doors remain locked. You may connect with us via phone or e-mail and we will do our best to assist you.
Please join us in strictly observing State mandated basic health and safety practices as outlined to help us maintain a safe and enjoyable home base for your on-water adventures. We ask that the guidelines be followed by all:
. Wear face masks or other recommended face covering when in the vicinity of others.
. Maintain a minimum of 6’ of distance from our team members and fellow boaters. Please stay 20’ from any vessel being worked on by our team members.
. The customer gate is for marina members only. Please park responsibly in the parking area and go directly to your boat.
. Do not congregate on docks, parking lots, or common areas. Please wear gloves when handling Marina carts.
. Please respect other boater’s safety and if not leaving the Marina, stay on your own vessel.
Our fully stocked Ships Store is operating with curbside pickup and payments can be made over the phone to assist with all your boating needs.
Until further notice the Marina bathrooms remain closed.
If you are picking up boats from Winter storage, please call ahead to make payment arrangements. Keys will be left on board and helm area will be sanitized prior to pickup.
We look forward to seeing you (from a distance) and welcoming you back to boating. We appreciate your cooperation during this difficult time.
Stay safe and enjoy boating!
Ginny, Mike and the PennyBridge Marine crew