A boat-lover's paradise, Mamaroneck Harbor is the East Coast's second biggest harbor. The Harbor Master of Mamaroneck Harbor administers and oversees all vessels within the Harbor Island waterways. The Harbor Master assigns mooring and float space and maintains records of these assignments. The Mamaroneck Harbor Master also issues boat launch permits.
While the Harbor Master's office is open all year, the boating season in Mamaroneck Harbor lasts from May 1st until November 1st. Public facilities include a launching ramp near Harbor Island Park's entry and two pump-out stations.
Located in Mamaroneck Harbor's East Basin, Brewer Post Road Boat Yard is in the heart of the local boating community. A 30-minute drive from Manhattan, The Brewer Post Road Boat Yard offers 50 summer slips with a depth of 2.4 meters (eight feet). Near the harbor entrance and the waters of Long Island Sound, the Brewer Post Road Boat Yard in Mamaroneck Harbor offers the full range of facilities, including floating docks, and amenities.
This Mamaroneck Harbor boat yard has a fuel dock offering marine gas and diesel, and water and electric power are available at the slips. Amenities include bathrooms and showers, on-site ice, a picnic area, barbecue grills, a gazebo, and inside parking during the summer. The marina is also near Mamaroneck Harbor groceries and restaurants. Brewer Post Road Boat Yard also offers inside and outside winter storage and shrink-wrap services.
There is also a mechanical department at Brewer Post Road Boat Yard in Mamaroneck Harbor offering painting, finishing, rigging, carpentry, and electrical services. Protected from fire and climate controlled, the shop is equipped with a 50-ton Travel Lift, a 35-ton rail lift, a 12-ton mobile crane, and a forklift to move yachts and boats on land. Mamaroneck Harbor's Brewer Post Road Boat Yard employs five skilled mechanics who repower engines, charge system installations, and install, troubleshoot, and rewire electrical systems.
This Mamaroneck Harbor ship yard's four-member finish department is skilled in all types of finishes, and their heated paint booth can finish boats to 15.2 meters (50 feet) long. They also provide gelcoat restorations, fiberglass repairs, compounding, and waxing. Brewer Post Road Boat Yard in Mamaroneck Harbor employs an experienced boat-builder as its carpenter.
Nichols Yacht Yard claims to be Westchester County's biggest full-service marina. This Mamaroneck Harbor marina has 165 in-water slips, 150 valet dry racks, and six acres of land. Storing and servicing more than 450 boats each year, Nichols Yacht Yard's docks provide water and electricity at all slips. The marina also has bathrooms and showers and more than three acres of parking. This Mamaroneck Harbor marina is equipped with a 50-ton marine Travel Lift.
Nichols has been a part of Mamaroneck Harbor's maritime heritage since the early 20th Century. It has built, berthed, and serviced a range of vessels from Rhodes 19 sailboats to the Virgin Atlantic Challenger that set the trans-Atlantic record in 1986. Today, Nichols focuses on services and storage for recreational boaters visiting Mamaroneck Harbor. They also have a 350-slip marina on Staten Island in the Gateway National Park.
Mamaroneck Harbor's Nichols Yacht Yard offers the full range of services from hauling and launching to bottom painting, engine care, and cosmetic boat care. Winterizing services include both inboard and outboard motors, water systems, and shrink-wrapping.
Derecktor Ship Yards in Mamaroneck Harbor specializes in the construction and maintenance of all kinds of vessels including, recreational, military, and commercial craft as well as state-of-the-art racing yachts. Offering a range of on-site services, Mamaroneck Harbor's Derecktor Ship Yards has experienced staff that specialize in engineering, propulsion, shaft and prop, electrical and electronic systems, composite work, painting/finishing, and rigging. Derecktor also offers custom metal fabrication and custom joinery work.
Derecktor Ship Yards has long-established expertise in designing and building yachts. With a long-standing reputation for excellence, Mamaroneck Harbor's Derecktor Ship Yards attracts and employs the best craftsmen and technical experts in the world. Projects are completed by or before deadline, and the team is highly committed to producing excellent boats.