On the Waterfront










Landings Harbor

Beginning May 28, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday-Sunday



The Marinas will begin operating with extended hours this Saturday, as noted above. Landings Harbor Dry Storage is anticipating a high number of vessel movements this holiday weekend. Memorial Day weekend in 2021 recorded 296 moves and 109 moves on Monday. To be sure you can get a launch time that best suites you, please use the BoatCloud App in advance.

We have been putting the finishing touches on the marina. A box air conditioner unit was installed in the dockhand shack. This will provide much needed brief moments of relief from the heat during the hot months.

The team gave the benches on the porch a facelift. They prepped the benches by scraping off old paint, added wood filler where needed, and applied a fresh coat of paint to them. This will make sitting on the porch much more enjoyable. Public Works also power washed our building this week.

Dredge Renewal Permit

Hargrove Engineering has been on-site this week at the Spoil Ponds off McWhorter Drive. A full survey of the ponds is required as part of the Nationwide Permit to dredge the marina basin. The results will determine the remaining capacity for the ponds.

Marina Ship’s Store

The Ship’s Store is filled with all your Memorial Day weekend needs as you spend time at the marina. We have sunscreen, bug repellant, hats, shirts, shorts, Tervis cups, Rheos sunglasses, cold drinks, adult beverages, novelty ice cream treats, and Leopold’s ice cream.

A new blue color in this custom t-shirt just arrived. It has our Landings burgee on the front and nautical flags spelling out “Landings Harbor Marina” on the back. It is on a super soft cotton/poly/rayon blend shirt.













50th Anniversary Merchandise

The 50th Anniversary t-shirts are getting low in stock. And there are only nine of the limited Tervis tumblers left. Father’s Day is coming soon. We still have polos, golf towels, and koozies! Dad would absolutely love to get a piece of apparel or merchandise celebrating this special moment in time for The Landings.

Landings Sailing Club

The Sailing Club participated in the Spring Series #4 Race last weekend. Our Rhodes 19 boat, Scholar, took first place in its class. The Sailing Club has a Beer Can Race/Social event this Friday, May 27.

There will be a new session of the Basic Sailing Course beginning on Saturday, July 23 to be offered by a certified SEAS (Society for the Education of American Sailors) instructor in collaboration with local sailors from The Landings Sailing Club. This is intended to teach basics of sailing to those 21 and over who have never been on a sailboat, as well as those with some experience. This is a two-day course that includes classroom instruction plus an on-the-water session. The cost is $100 per student. $25 is refundable if you join TLSC within 30 days. You must be a Landings resident. Please reach out to Angela Margolit if interested at 973-296-8011 or amargolit@hotmail.com.

Dry Storage

The Landings Harbor Marina dry, wet, and jet ski storage is at full capacity. We continue to maintain a waiting list for all slips.

Landings Dry Storage Activity











Delegal Creek Marina
Beginning May 28: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Daily

Delegal Creek Marina

The Memorial Day weekend is almost here. The Dockmaster thanks the boaters from Landings Harbor who called in advance for temporary dockage. Delegal Creek Marina is at full capacity, including the temporary staging space outside of the designated slips. We do not allow docking in any open slip; they are all under lease and are being occupied. The fuel dock is not an option to park your boat overnight or for extended periods after operating. Please be respectful to the Delegal Creek Marina resident slip holders and avoid docking in open slips or block their slip entrance. Our Kayaks are fully reserved Saturday and Sunday. Call soon if you'd like to reserve for Monday. Enjoy the Memorial Day, and take time to honor those who had died in all U.S. wars.

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

Visit landings.org to read the original article.