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Dennis Conner’s North Cove offers emergency dockage

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Dennis Conner’s North Cove, located on the Hudson River in lower Manhattan, is offering emergency dockage to vessels in need.

The docks at the facility stayed intact through hurricane/tropical storm Sandy in late October. The marina will provide free dockage for up to five days to any yacht in need of shelter. Yachts that need to stay longer, may receive a discount of 50 percent off the winter rate through the month of November.

Open and without power, the marina requires that visiting vessels be self-sufficient. The marina cannot offer battery charging or pump-out until the power is restored and the staff requests that yachts handle their own logistics.

The marina has made the offer for emergency situations, not for convenience. For temporary communication contact North Cove at +1 917-816-3799. www.TheNorthCove.com

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