We stepped the mast on this sailboat earlier this week upon their arrival from France. France? Yep. France. Caught them sailing around Little Sodus Bay today. #destinationfairhaven. #lakeontario. #maststepping ...
Sorry to say it, but it's time to make plans to store that boat of yours. Fair Point Marina offers a full range of winter storage options and services. Our team has over 60 years experience handling boats! Give us a call to discuss our services and rates.Fair Point Marina hauling out a sailboat for winter storage ...
Great turnout for the Winter Get Together which was held last Saturday, Feb 2nd n Syracuse. It's pretty clear from all of the smiling faces in the photo that everyone enjoyed catching up with each other during the off season. Everyone is looking forward to the coming boating season. Opening day is only 66 days away! Many thanks to David Trust for putting this event together every year.
The 5th Annual Fair Point Marina Winter Get Together will be held Saturday, Feb 2nd, 1:00 pm at the Sitrus Lounge of the Sheraton at Syracuse University (same venue as the last three years). Free parking in the hotel's garage. Food & drink is pay as you go. It's a great way to catch up with everyone. We hope you are able to join in on the fun.
Many of you know we have a weather station at the top of the tower behind the Marina Office. Data from the station is fed into a display panel located in the Marina Office. It's an easy way for our team to monitor the weather conditions on Lake Ontario and Little Sodus Bay. We also share this information with our boaters and the public at large by embedding live weather
Seems like a good time to share a list such as this as we close out the year and muddle through the off-season thinking about boats. Hope you are all doing well and are enjoying the holidays. Top Ten Boat US Videos of 2018 Here is #1 on their list. //www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSrVa8gUFaPx3yRlLIeOc81L_fBO_5pRt
Recreational boats will be able to continue to use the New York State Canal System toll free through 2021, after the New York State Canal Corporation Board of Directors approved an extended waiver this week.