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  • NYC - January Meeting
    1077 18 Summit North Marina 302 836 1800 7 Dredge Harbor 856 461 1194 19 Sundog Marina 609 485 4500 8 Winters Sailing Center 856 461 3555 20 Spring Garden Marina 856 825 5334 9 Wissinoming YC 215 331 4530 21 Cox s Pennyhill Boat Yard 856 785 0100 10 Farragut SA 856 365 9772 22 Bay Way Marina 609 465 1676 11 Philadelphia Marine Center 215 931 1000 23

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/2007/pumpouts.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • that states laws NJ RESIDENTS NJ requires ALL NJ resident that boat on non tidal waters to have an endorsement on their drivers license DL again this is for NON TIDAL WATERS to get this they have to have a Safe Boating Cert and pay an fee to have their DL endorsed All NJ Resident are required to have a Boating Safety Certificate just because you have the BOAT endorsement on your DL does not mean you are OK that is not acceptable for Tidal Waters NJ requires that ALL NJ RESIDENTS take a course given by an instructor that is approved by the state of NJ You can take an opt out test until June 1 2009 Not all NASBLA Courses are acceptable for NJ residents it depends on whether the course giver is a NJ state approved course giver Before you agree to sign up for a course make sure the giver is state approved you can call the Marine Unit to find out PENNA RESIDENTS The blue card you have from the Penna Fish Boat Comm is good IRREGARDLESS of whether you have a P on it or not The P stands for proctored and is next to the Course type on the front of the blue card All USCG USCGA NASBLA courses will be accepted by NJ for OUT OF STATE NJ BOATERS ONLY We were told that if Penna accepts the card then NJ will accept it as well Pa residents in NJ non tidal waters are required to have something equivalent to their Boating Safety Cert from the state of Pa the little blue card will work for this For Pa residents in tidal waters they need 1 of 3 items 1 written proof of completion of a boating safety course from a NASBLA

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  • IMPORTANT ISSUES CONCERNING BOATERS

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    Original URL path: /News/important_issues_concerning_boaters.htm (2016-04-25)


  • Interesting Links for
    Type Find Your NJ State Representative Find Your PA State Representative Tides on the Delaware Penna Fish And Boat Commission The Battleship New Jersey The Olympia And The Becuna Historic Warships The Ben Franklin Bridge The SS United States Seaworthy Boat US Online Magazine Boating Safety Checklist Tow Boat US Sea Tow Active Captain Interactive Cruising Guidebook Boating Safety Campaign Test Your Docking Skills How To Tie Boating Knots NOAA

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/2007/Links/interesting_links_for.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • Places to Go on the Delaware River
    A Club For Food Refreshments Click Here For Information Dining On The Delaware Click Here For Information The BEST Bacon Cheeseburger Deluxe On The River Click Here To Find Out Where You Can Get One Big Timber Creek Petty s

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/Places/places_to_go_on_the_delaware_riv.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • News Items Of Interest To Boaters
    diesel powered pirate ship replica was being relocated from St Petersburg FL to a new business location in St Thomas USVI when it experienced stormy sea conditions on the evening of February 26 A routine crew check early Wednesday morning found water rising in the bilge and after it was determined it could not be fixed the Treasure Seeker s captain activated their Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon EPIRB which had been acquired through the BoatU S EPIRB Rental Program Unbeknownst to Treasure Seeker s crew the U S Coast Guard in Miami FL received the EPIRB s distress signal which includes GPS location information and immediately relayed the emergency call to local mariners in the Bahamas The 104 foot dive boat SV Juliet which was departing Turks and Caicos at the time heard the USCG call and diverted 45 miles to the sinking boat s location and safely removed all five persons from Treasure Seeker Soon afterward with a USCG helicopter hovering on scene the twin masted excursion vessel disappeared below the waves There was no time to salvage any of the crew s personal possessions The SV Juliet then safely returned Treasure Seeker s crew to Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos The captain of the pirate ship later commented that without the EPIRB from BoatU S the rescue most likely would not have been successful because the only other calls for help May Days sent over the vessel s VHF radio never received a response The BoatU S Foundation EPIRB Rental Program is funded by the voluntary contributions of 650 000 BoatU S members The 750 EPIRBs can be rented from the Foundation for as little as 40 a week and are intended to fill the short term safety need for occasional offshore passages For more information call 888 663 7472 or visit http www BoatUS com foundation epirb Understanding Risk of Collision for the Recreational Boater By Captain Andrew F Seligman Open Slot 3 Open Slot 3 Open Slot 4 Open Slot 4 SouthCoastToday com Two New Bedford boats rescued by Coast Guard December 13 2007 6 00 AM Two New Bedford fishing vessels were safe Wednesday night after the Coast Guard responded with two separate rescues The Tropico an 81 foot commercial fishing boat with a crew of six began taking on water about 35 miles east of Chatham early Wednesday morning The Tropico was able to pump out the water with the Coast Guard s help and returned to New Bedford under its own power with a Coast Guard escort said Petty Officer Luke Pinneo a Coast Guard spokesman The boat arrived in New Bedford at 6 30 p m The boat s crew had radioed the Coast Guard at 5 40 a m to report that the boat was flooded and that onboard pumps weren t working They had donned their survival suits and were prepared to activate the Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon if needed Petty Officer Pinneo said They never lost

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  • Historic Pictures
    Billings Point Lighthouse 1901 USS Colorodo Anchored In Delaware River 1905 National Park Beach 1905 National Park Paddle River Boat 1905 Anchor Yacht Club 1906 The Steamer Columbia At Anchor Yacht Club 1907 Boathouses On Comly Street 1908 Westville Power Boat Assoc 1908 The Philadelphia Fire Boat The Edwin Stuart 1909 The Steamship The Bristol On The Delaware River At Bristol Pa 1910 The Steamship The City Of Philadelphia On The Delaware River 1910 River Front Cottages In Penns Grove NJ 1910 Westville Power Boat Assoc 1911 Westville Power Boat Assoc 1911 Wissinoming Yacht Club Members 1911 Dredge Harbor Cove 1912 Delaware Ave Lombard St The Charles Felin Lumber Yard At Pier 4 1912 Paulsboro New Jersey 1913 Riverton Yacht Club 1913 Bathing Beach At Delaware River Orthodox Street 1913 Westville Power Boat Assoc Members 1915 Kids Enjoy A Dip In The Delaware River at Alleghany Ave 1918 Wissinoming Yacht Club Opening Day 1919 Riverton Y C 1920 The Tug Boat Neptune On The Delaware River 1920 Pleasant Hill Park Now The Linden Ave Boat Ramp 1920 The Reba Setting Sail Out of Bristol 1922 Tacony Palmyra Ferry Co 1924 Farragut S A 1929 Essington Pa 1929 Delaware River Y

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  • Old Delaware River Burgees
    the Delaware River in 1931 It is of interest to see the changes over the last 75 years You will notice that some of the clubs are still going strong D R Y L Farragut Riverton Riverside etc while many have disappeared over the years maybe merged with other clubs Another part of the history of the Yacht Clubs of the Delaware River If you have more history of boating

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