As of 31 July 2020, Hurricane Isaias is making its way over the Bahamas toward Florida, and may impact the ability of marinas in its path to accept transient boaters, field long-term inquiries, or provide fuel and other services.
Marinas.com compiles marina and waterway closure statuses directly from marinas, yacht clubs, and boat yards – as a free, self-serve public service (see guidance below) – as well as from government agencies, news reports, social media, and our boater community.
Resources for Marina Owner/Operators
What to relay to boaters in your update:
Saybrook Point Marina is open for transients and fuel customers; our fuel dock is serving ValvTect Marine Gasoline and Diesel 7:30 am - 7:30 pm daily. The docks are currently without power, but we are hopeful it will be restored soon.
We have no power at the Marina, so we are not able to offer gas or other services. Our phones are out as well.
– Becky @ Marinas.com, via the marina's 8/5 Facebook post (thanks Bill F for relaying)
We are fully operational after Hurricane Isaias. This includes amenities such as fuel & pump out stations, restroom/shower facilities, marina store, on-site laundry facility, courtesy car, etc. A majority of our local restaurants and businesses are also fully operational, with the exception of COVID-19 restrictions and mandates.
*Thunderbolt Marine is still providing complimentary Krispy Kreme doughnuts to all transient customers. However, this complimentary service is currently on a customer request basis due to COVID-19 precautions.
Severe storm damage reported
We are fully operational after Hurricane Isaias - fuel dock, transient and long term slips, and store are open daily 7 am to 8 pm. We have a limited number of long-term and liveaboard slips still available - call for details.
We not currently taking transient reservations in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Isaias. We are currently assessing the damage. We will keep you posted on any updates.
Vessels are strongly discouraged from sheltering in Edgartown during hurricanes and tropical storms. The moorings are only rated for fair-weather conditions are are fully exposed during N/NE and S/SE winds.