On the Waterfront


Landings Harbor Marina

Normal Operating Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily








Landings Harbor Dry Storage Project

I am pleased to report that the new foundation for Racks N, P, and R is complete and ready for the building to be constructed. The steel for this project will be delivered on Monday, April 17 and Tuesday, April 18. Roof & Rack’s construction crew is mobilizing to the area this Friday to be ready to stage the steel to be constructed upon arrival. The new building foundation scheduled to be constructed at the end of the isle was delayed for a couple of weeks due to a storm drain being too close to the building’s foundation. The storm drain has been removed, and a new pipe has been installed behind the proposed rack building.

During this part of the project, we continue to ask that boaters give us a few hours’ notice for boat moves. Once the steel arrives, we expect to have limited access to the vessels in the K, L, and M racks until the building is being assembled. The concrete foundations for the second rack will also be constructed while the first building is being completed. We appreciate your patience as we work through this project. We anticipate phase one of the project to be completed before Memorial Day weekend.

Landings Harbor Store

We loved getting to meet everyone’s family and friends that came to visit for spring break and the recent holiday weekend. We enjoy helping them find merchandise to take home with them to remember their time spent here at The Landings. All residents are welcome to come to the marina and into our store any time. Have no fear if you find yourself here without your wallet, you can always charge your purchase to your Landings Association account. We have recently added a few new adult beverages to our selection. You will now find Tropicalia, Sweetwater 420, Modela, and Sunboy Spiked Coconut Water chilling in the cooler.

The Landings Sailing Club

There will be a Beer Can Race and Social Friday, April 14. The Landings Sailing Club is a great group to be a part of, and it’s only $65 a month, for a single person or for a couple…the best deal on the island! If you would like information, please email landingssailing@gmail.com. And as a bonus, there is some wonderful Landings Sailing Club merchandise in the store. We have men’s and women’s solar shirts and a 16 oz. Tervis tumbler, all with custom TLSC designs.










The Landings Sailing Club is collaborating with a certified SEAS (Society for the Education of American Sailors) instructor to offer a Basic Sailing Course. The class is intended to teach the basics of sailing to those 21 and over who have never been on a sailboat, as well as those with some experience. The two-day intensive course includes interactive classroom instruction plus an on-the-water session to practice boat and sail-handling skills. The next class will be May 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please call Angela Margolit (973-296-8011) with any questions. To register, email her (amargolit@hotmail.com).

Landings Harbor Storage

The dry slips are fully occupied currently. We are using open slips to temporarily house boats displaced while we work on the rack replacement project. The wet slips and jet ski spaces are 100% full. We continue to maintain a waiting list for all slips and will fill the slips as available.

Landings Dry Storage Activity










Delegal Creek Marina

Operating Hours 9 AM – 5 PM Daily

Delegal Creek Electrical Repairs

Evan’s Electric completed the replacement of the main feeder lines and installed the new panel for B-Dock. There are four power centers on the dock that are not currently on due to some additional parts that were ordered from the supplier. Once the parts arrive, Evan’s Electric will return and restore power to those four power centers. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation during this lengthy project to bring the Marina into compliance with the new electrical codes.

Transient traffic continues to be strong as the boaters make their seasonal moves back north for the summer.

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

Visit landings.org to read the original article.