If you dock your boat anywhere other than a marina which sells fuel, you need to take advantage of the service that Rising Tide Fuel provides.
They have been providing this service to boaters on Long Island for over 6 years. They deliver anywhere on Long Island with a 24-48 hour lead time. Their trucks are compartmentalized to hold both diesel and 89 octane gas, with individual pumps and hoses for each type of fuel. Their pumps and nozzles are designed to pump fuel at the correct flow to avoid any problems while fueling your boat.Read more: Rising Tide Fuel
Over 100 commercial fishermen from the east end gathered on a dock in Hampton Bays this week to support one of their own in the latest battle of what they consider an overzealous prosecution by the NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation.
Dan Rodgers of Riverhead an attorney for fishermen Bill Reed of Hampton Bays who was charged last week with violating the state catch limits for fluke, called on DEC Commissioner Joseph Martens to resign over the perceived abuses by his agents. He also asked for Gov. Cuomo to personally call for an overhaul of the state’s fisheries enforcement policies.Read more: DEC Enforcement Tactics In Question In The Hamptons
Hand Built Cedar Canoe:
From time to time something special comes along and I just wanted to feature this craft recently placed on the classified site at www.newyorkboater.com
If you can appreciate fine workmanship at a time where everything produced is all about speed and cheap materials this boat stands out.
Hopefully you can appreciate this boat as I do and check her out on the Classified Page.
Boats For Sale And The New York Boater
This month we feature four of our recent partners here at the New York Boater.
Empire Point Boating Center, Dunham Bay Boat Company, Frontenac Harbor Marina, and Glen Harbor Marina.
All four have boats for sale in the classified section here at the New York Boater as well as selling new boats, motors and trailers.
Read a little about each of these boating businesses, follow the links to their boats for sale as well as their listings on the New York Boater Classifieds,Read more: Boats For Sale And The New York Boater
The Tonawanda’s are at the western terminus of the Erie Canal. This is a unique destination since the Canal divides two cities, and you will find each side of the Canal under the jurisdiction of either North Tonawanda on the North wall which puts you in Niagara County or in Tonawanda on the south side in Erie County. You will find bath and shower houses on both sides of the canal under the direction of Harbormasters from either city.
The Tonawanda’s probably offers the greatest docking opportunities on the entire Canal System, there’s lots of room, lots of electric, lots of activitiesRead more: Boating In The Tonawanda's