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Grading New York’s Harbors

Grading New York’s Harbors

August 1, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

  Many people first listen to the forecast of a hurricane or another destructive force of nature with a certain detachment. Though early forecasts are a call to action, it’s easy to be apathetic. When the event is days or a week away, rising water levels, flooding, catastrophic heat, or devastating cold just doesn’t feel […]

A Storm’s Coming — Protect Your Boat!

A Storm’s Coming — Protect Your Boat!

July 1, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Whether the forecasters have given it a name or not, a weather situation involving high winds, lashing rains, rising tides, and flooding has consequences. Preventing loss of life is paramount, but with enough preparation, boaters can take action to prevent property damage. Preparation starts while the predicted storm is part of a long-range forecast. Our […]

Protect Your Boat and Minimize Storm Damage

Protect Your Boat and Minimize Storm Damage

July 1, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

.   Whatever the meteorological term or name given to a massive storm, the possibility looms that high winds, lashing rains, rising tides, and flooding may cause widespread property damage and put lives in peril. The only shield against a storm’s full fury is to be prepared, and that starts well in advance of the […]

Learn Basic Safety as Yacht Crews Do

Learn Basic Safety as Yacht Crews Do

August 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

  The average size boat is between 25 and 50 feet. That’s a lot of vessel to handle, yet it doesn’t take much to buy one and head out. In fact, there’s no requirement for adults in New York to obtain a boater’s license (there is to operate a jet ski). It amazes me that […]