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dcwjd

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Posted - Jun 24 2018 :  15:23:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
https://www.newsday.com/long-island/suffolk/robert-moses-state-park-marina-1.19398117
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JoLin

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Posted - Jul 02 2018 :  12:26:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Can't read the article without a subscription. Can you post the details?

Parks Dept. website still says...

"Transient berthing- sunrise to sunset."


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Edited by - JoLin on Jul 02 2018 12:31:18

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JVM225

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Posted - Jul 02 2018 :  13:25:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ditto

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walterv

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Posted - Jul 02 2018 :  13:50:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Robert Moses State Park has a new — and so far rarely used — overnight marina for boaters.

Since its Memorial Day weekend opening, only seven boaters have booked a total of eight nights, said George Gorman, Long Island deputy regional director of the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.

He hopes the long Independence Day holiday weekend entices boaters to stay over.

“This is a magnificent location,” he said Thursday by telephone, noting it is close to Field 3, often the most popular because it is next to the water tower and such a short walk to the beach.

Once boaters spend the night there, he said, “they will come back — and tell their friends.”

Vessels as long as 42 feet can stay as long as a week in 40 new slips at the East Marina; that is the same number of slips as the West Marina, which serves smaller boats but does not have overnight stays, he said.

The daily rate for overnight stays is $75 from Thursday through Sunday; it falls to $35 from Monday through Wednesday. The price is comparable to other marinas, Gorman said.

Only the larger slips offer electricity. Boaters must bring their own adapters and extension cords.

The check-in for overnight visits runs from noon to 8:30 p.m. Boaters must check out by 11 a.m.

Seven days in a row is the longest any boaters can stay from the Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day; they must spend 48 hours somewhere else before returning.

Overnight berthing at the marina, located at the south end of Robert Moses Causeway and accessible by Ocean Parkway, is open through Columbus Day weekend, park officials said.

The dock master keeps track of a waiting list if the slips are full.

For more reservations and a list of marina regulations, call 631-669-0449.


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CurrentSea

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Posted - Jul 02 2018 :  22:21:45  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
No dogs! :(

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Danno

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Posted - Jul 02 2018 :  22:31:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thank you for posting. I did some searching on the parks dept site and I could not find any information.

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JVM225

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Posted - Jul 03 2018 :  13:29:04  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for posting the full article.
I wonder if you get rocked and rolled in there at night.


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NY Weasel

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Posted - Jul 03 2018 :  17:15:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I read that the larger slips have electric, any word on dockside water?

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Edited by - NY Weasel on Jul 03 2018 17:15:51

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JoLin

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Posted - Jul 04 2018 :  08:23:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for posting that, Walter. The 'rocking and rolling" might keep me from using it, but sppreciate the info.

John and Linda
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Edited by - JoLin on Jul 04 2018 08:24:44

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walterv

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Posted - Jul 05 2018 :  19:05:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My boat won't fit with the docks that have electric. But I certainly don't think you have a "rock and roll" PLACE. Been there last year , very cool place and great access to the beach.

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CurrentSea

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Posted - Jul 06 2018 :  09:27:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Like any other basin you have a a entrance with slips that will rock head on, east and west walls.
You have to pick your spot based on winds. If wind is out of east, you want to be on west wall.
Vice versa.
We usually go to the west basin which as no power for day trips and there is no issue.
You are pretty far away from main channel and there are no ferries.



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