On the Waterfront


Landings Harbor Marina

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









Landings Harbor

Operating Hours 8 AM – 5 PM Daily

Landings Harbor Dry Storage Project

We are pleased to report that the new foundation for racks N, P, and R is complete and ready for the building to be constructed. Roof & Rack’s construction crew mobilized to the area on Monday, April 17 to prepare for the materials to arrive. The building steel for this project was delivered on Tuesday, April 18. The new building foundation that is scheduled to be constructed at the end of the aisle 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 rack building. Frontier Concrete installed the forms at the second building for the foundation Monday, April 17 and poured concrete on Thursday, April 20 after compaction testing and County inspections are completed.

Remember that most boats assigned to N, P, and R racks are staged on wash racks with limited access. We ask that you please make advanced reservations in BoatCloud to schedule your moves. To bring your boat to an accessible area may require moving several boats. Therefore, we need a minimum of two hours’ notice. Boaters assigned in the K, L, and M racks should allow for a minimum of one-hour notice for movements. The staff will have limited access to this area with the forklift during construction. There are only five wash racks available for use. Therefore, you will have minimal wash rack time so that we can provide wash rack space for as many boaters as possible during the day.

If you plan to visit the Marina during the next couple weeks, please be aware that the main entrance is being used as a staging area for the construction crew to preassemble the steel beams. There is red danger tape across the entrance to make you aware to not enter. We ask that you use the entrance near the Dockside Bar to access the Marina grounds and not attempt to use the main entrance.

















Landings Harbor Store

We have restocked inventory of the custom Delegal Creek Marina trucker hat. It can be purchased in the store at DCM. There are also Delegal Marina shirts, bags of ice, frozen bait, bottles of sunscreen and Mad Pharmacist insect repellant, a selection of snacks, cold drinks, and adult beverages available.

New items that arrived at the Landings Harbor Store this week include a lightweight grey hoody, AFTCO swim trunks with a fish design, and a gray color of the customer favorite AFTCO fishing short.







The Landings Sailing Club

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. We are using open slips currently 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 Marina staff installed new mooring cleats on A and C docks to better accommodate the boats occupying those slips. Weekend business was at an all-time high last weekend and is expected to remain high as seasonal boating weather approaches. Transient traffic continues to be strong, with many repeat boaters returning to Delegal Creek Marina. The tides are running nearly -1 foot at low tide in the area for the next couple of days. This makes for a stronger than normal current. Please be aware of the tides to better prepare when you approach the docks.





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

Visit landings.org to read the original article.