We are extremely excited to announce that the yard will open to the public Friday of Memorial Day Weekend! Although boating this summer
seems to be shaping up differently, we ask everyone to follow the current outlined boating protocols to ensure that we will all be able to enjoy relaxing, fun-filled days on the water with our families.
State and municipal authorities require boaters to maintain the same social distancing protocols on their boats and at the yard as they do at home and at the grocery store. It is critical that everyone adheres to these guidelines, so that boating remains open.
Massachusetts has summed up their policy very succinctly:
“No gathering or groups of persons from multiple households will be permitted on boat ramps, docks, piers, (marinas), etc., and all users shall practice strict social distancing.”
We ask that our customers adhere to the procedures described below so that we can operate safely and effectively. Please understand that all processes and procedures are in place to ensure the safety of our crew, customers and our community. Proper social distancing is vital.
In addition to the guidelines below, we ask that customers continue to communicate with us to ensure the safety of all. If your vessel should require our attention, understand that we must take all measures to ensure the vessel is properly cleaned before and after one of our crew members goes aboard.
This season, we strongly encourage customers to consider securing a dinghy that can be left at our dock or on the hard for use at your convenience. A dinghy can provide a safe, worry-free way of getting to your vessel for you and your crew. Please be aware that wait times for a launch ride might be longer due to limited capacity with social distancing. Remember your dinghy should be 10' or less.