Help Boating Recover
After Sandy

Published: April/May 2013

If you live in the tristate area or plan to travel through in the coming months, you can help. BoatUS is cooperating with Dozier's Waterway Guide and marina industry groups to create a resource for boaters that tracks which marina facilities are operational and what services they're offering, while flagging navigational hazards that may exist in their vicinity. If you have information on a facility near you, email it to Meanwhile, Tom Neale's East Coast Alerts provides navigational information about the ICW and major ocean inlets based on the latest Army Corps of Engineers surveys and Notices to Mariners. See link sand resources below:

East Coast Alerts:

Email address for reports to WWG:



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