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Boats docked at a marina

Marinas

New York City has plenty of locations to dock and moor your boat, as well as receive other essential services. Please choose a location to learn more.

Locations

NameLocationPhoneOperated by ParksMore Info
Bayside Off the Cross Island Expressway, at the foot of 28th Avenue(718) 229-0097NoMore Information
World's Fair MarinaFlushing Meadows Corona Park
125-00 Northern Boulevard, off the Grand Central Parkway, Flushing Bay
(718) 478-0480Yes. Contact Parks Department, Marine Division
Dial 311 for general Parks information. (Outside of NYC, call 212-NEW-YORK.)
More Information
NameLocationPhoneOperated by ParksMore Info
Diamond Point Yacht Club (Paerdegat Basin 3)Paerdegat Basin Park
Westerly side of Paerdegat Avenue North, at foot of Paerdegat 12th Street
(718) 444-7700NoMore Information
Hudson River Yacht Club (Paerdegat Basin 1)Paerdegat Basin Park
Foot of Avenue U & Bergen Avenue
(718) 251-9791NoMore Information
Midget Squadron Yacht Club (Paerdegat Basin 2)Paerdegat Basin Park
Foot of Seaview Avenue & Paerdegat Avenue North
(718) 251-9823NoMore Information
Mill BasinAvenue Y & East 69th Street(718) 241-5011NoMore Information
Paerdegat Squadron Yacht Club (Paerdegat Basin 5)Paerdegat Basin Park
Paerdegat Avenue North, on northeast bank of basin between Paerdegat 11th Street and Seaview Avenue
(718) 241-4581NoMore Information
Sebago Canoe Club (Paerdegat Basin 4)Paerdegat Basin Park
Paerdegat Avenue North, on northeast bank of basin between Paerdegat 11th Street and Seaview Avenue
(718) 434-5785NoMore Information
Sheepshead BaySheepshead Bay Piers
Emmons Avenue between Ocean Avenue & East 27th Street, Sheepshead Bay
(718) 478-0480Yes. Contact Parks Department, Marine Division
Dial 311 for general Parks information. (Outside of NYC, call 212-NEW-YORK.)
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NameLocationPhoneOperated by ParksMore Info
Dyckman StreetInwood Hill Park
West end of Dyckman Street & Hudson River
(212) 567-6300NoMore Information
West 79th Street Boat BasinRiverside Park
West 79th Street and the Hudson River
(212) 496-2105Yes. Contact Parks Department, Marine Division
Dial 311 for general Parks information. (Outside of NYC, call 212-NEW-YORK.)
Note: The northernmost A-dock is currently closed to public access for structural enhancements. The dock will be further supported with non-wood pilings and a new wave screen.
More Information
NameLocationPhoneOperated by ParksMore Info
Great Kills Harbor Great Kills Harbor(718) 390-8000NoMore Information
Lemon CreekLemon Creek Park
Lemon Creek Park
(718) 605-1301, (718) 356-1898 for Slip RentalsNoMore Information
NameLocationPhoneOperated by ParksMore Info
Hammonds CoveBordered by Hammond Cove, Pennyfield Avenue,Longstreet Avenue, & Harding Avenue(718) 892-3012NoMore Information
Point Yacht Club Foot of Sound View Avenue/Clason Point/beginning of East River(917) 837-1361NoMore Information

Rules

Docking and Mooring Your Boat

Transient, seasonal, and year-round dockage and moorage are available at Parks marinas in all five boroughs.

Vessels docked on a seasonal or year-round basis at Parks marinas must have current vessel hull and liability insurance naming the City of New York as additionally insured. Vessel owners must also present current New York State vessel registration or vessel documentation issued by the U.S. Coast Guard to dock seasonally.

Safely Operating Your Boat

Please practice clean and safe boating at all times. Vessel pump-out stations are available at Parks marinas in each borough.

Read our clean boating guidelines

Find vessel pump-out stations

It is important to operate at safe speeds so as not to create a wake while in a marina. In addition, the Harlem River areas running from the University Heights Bridge southerly to the High Bridge, and between the Spuyten Duyvil trestle and the Broadway Bridge are designated “No Wake Areas.”

The U.S. Coast Guard requires that all boaters must have a means of making an efficient sound signal. If operating after dark, boaters must also have visible lights on their vessel. State law requires everyone under 12 years of age to wear a personal floatation device (PFD) while onboard a boat, and that a PFD be available for every individual onboard. Anyone onboard a boat 21 feet or less operating from November 1 to May 1 must be wearing a PFD.

Parks strongly recommends that all boaters carry a hand-held VHF radio and familiarize themselves with the various working frequencies and hailing protocols used in different situations by the various types of vessels operating in New York Harbor.

All boaters should take a safe boating course.

Jet skis are not permitted in Parks waters or at Parks-managed docks and marinas.

Contact

Parks Marina Business Office: (718) 478-0480

Parks Chief Dockmaster: seth.goodwin@parks.nyc.gov

Related Links

Watch an It’s My Park segment about boating in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
Watch an It’s My Park segment about Sheepshead Bay Marina.
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