News from Rhode Island

My marina still has a June 1 date. In the meantime all I can do is visit

Rhode Island Member Update

Dear Safe Harbor Members and Guests – We hope you, your families, and friends are staying healthy and safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. It has been and continues to be, an enormous privilege and honor for all of us to serve you in this environment. We are excited to deliver some positive news to you today! The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) has announced a Phase 1 reopening of marinas, boatyards and yacht clubs. Effective today, your Safe Harbor Marinas in Rhode Island are open for business! Please note that our Members and employees must follow the strict guidelines provided by the DEM for reopening. As part of this, our ship stores and chandleries can deliver items to your car or boat or items can be picked up outside the building. Our fuel docks are open and operational. Also effective today, if you live outside of Rhode Island, you may come to visit or work on your boat. Please keep in mind that you must follow all guidelines of the DEM. The DEM guidelines include: A face mask/covering must be worn at all times.
Large gatherings on docks and/or inside buildings are not permitted. (Note that we will break these up if they should occur.)
Please adhere to social distancing guidelines at all times by staying at least 6-feet away from other Members and Safe Harbor employees.
Common areas such as pools, grills, and ice machines will not be available for use until approved by the state of Rhode Island.
When fueling, Members from outside Rhode Island must remain onboard their boats.
Members from outside Rhode Island must return to their home state after their work or visit to their boat is complete.