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Hello SPRING

WELCOME SPRING 2021

WITH A SMILE!

We have had a somewhat mild winter as far as snowfall goes but the temperature didn’t let us forget it was winter in New England! After being inside with little exposure to others everyone is excited to see a warm, sunny summer and get boating underway. Just a reminder for those of you down south, it will be a few weeks before ice out!

We have a lot of updates, news and happenings to share about the boatyard. Click the link below to get all the latest from Fay’s including:

• Safety at the Boatyard
• Inventory shortages
• New Engine Cut-Off Switches (ECOS) Requirements
• 2021 Customer Appreciation Party
• Parking at the boatyard
• Share your photos, videos and testimonials!
• Sign up for Paperless Billing
• Improvements and Updates at the Boatyard

We are looking forward to seeing everyone this spring and summer!

~Team FBY

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The Boating Pre-Season

It’s pre-season for boaters. And that means it’s time to run down the checklist of things to do before the ice melts and the warm weather sets in.

First on the list should be updating your boat registration with the state. You might not have noticed, but when the ball dropped in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, your boat registration with the state expired. Don’t take it personally … every boat registration expires on Dec. 31st.

Pre-Season Checklist
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News from Marine Patrol

Engine Cut-Off Switches (ECOS)

The recent passage of the amendment to 46 USC 4312 requires all operators of boats to use/wear the boat’s Engine Cut-Off Switches (ECOS) when operating above headway (displacement speed in federal terms). This applies to all boats less than 26 feet in length.

Federal agencies will now be enforcing the ECOS mandatory wear laws. This will apply to all motorboats less than 26 feet in length with 115 lbs. of static thrust (approx. 3 horsepower) or more. ECOS can be manual or electronic and must be maintained and remain serviceable by the owner.

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Where to Dock n’ Dine on Lake Winni

WHERE TO DOCK N' DINE ON LAKE WINNI

“I’m hungry … let’s find someplace to eat!”

Anyone who’s spent a little time cruising the pristine waters of Lake Winnipesaukee, whether chasing the wily perch, dragging the kids on tubes or skis, or just puttering around enjoying the mountains, the shore, the other boats and boaters, will eventually hear about someone’s hunger pangs and realize that it’s mealtime.

Luckily, since Lake Winni is a tourism Mecca, there are plenty of places to enjoy a casual breakfast, lunch, cocktail hour or dinner at the various towns grouped along the lake’s shoreline. And many places, right on the waterfront, offer docking privileges for customers who arrive by boat.

Get Eatin’
Planning an Efficient and Organized Galley

PLANNING AN EFFICIENT AND ORGANIZED GALLEY

If you’re going on for a fun day on the water with the gang, you probably don’t worry too much about feeding everyone. You might make some sandwiches, buy some on the way to the lake, and pack enough drinks in the cooler to keep everyone refreshed and hydrated.

But if you’re planning a more extensive trip that involves an overnight or two onboard, then that galley and cabin area will be used. And that means a little forethought and planning.

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