“Whenever I needed the crane, whenever I needed anything, they were ready to do. It seemed like my schedule became their schedule. It was amazing. I never saw that in a boatyard. ”
Docking space for visitors is available along the channel quay north of the refueling dock. Boaters needing long-term or preferrring alternate dock space can often be accommodated. Contact the RNYC office for availability, fees, and berth location.
Our restaurant and bar are open and available to visiting boaters during boating season. Hours are posted on our restaurant page. Dine in and takeout options are available with breakfast and brunch menus available on Saturdays and Sundays.
Shower and washroom facilities are available to visitors on the lower level of the Clubhouse. Call the office for access information.
Laundry facilities are available to visitors on the lower level of the Clubhouse. Call the office for access information.
Self-service gasoline and diesel refueling for boating members and visiting boat owners is available during regular office hours or whenever the bar is open. Pumps are located on the outside end of the channel quay in front of the Club. To obtain keys and complete paperwork go to the Club Bar or contact the Yard Master.
Dockside electrical service is provided in amperages of 15, 20, 30, and 50. Rates for electrical service are based on amperage and length of stay.
The RNYC travel lift has a capacity of up to 50 tons. Boats are lifted for seasonal or extended storage, cleaning, refit, and repair. Boats with suitable cradles are shunted by means of a lifting dolly and tractor. Contact the General Manager for rates and availability of lift services.
The hydraulic crane located on the quay adjacent to the entrance channel is used to install and remove spars and rigging and lifting of engines and equipment. It is Club policy that spars be removed for winter storage due to extreme icing and wind conditions. Spreaders must also be removed due to limited storage space.
RNYC offers seasonal and extended boat storage to members and visiting boats. Boat owners are permitted access for refit and repair work. Several local companies provide on-site services and supply. Extended berthage or storage is offered to accommodate cruising plans. Owners choosing to leave their boat in the water over winter do so at their own risk.
The swimming pool area is beautifully landscaped with deck chairs, picnic tables and a children’s play area equipped with swings, slides, and climbing structure.