What are we doing currently? Following the mandate of Governor Mills, we’ve closed all of our customer-facing operations, however, we will continue to operate on site in preparation for the upcoming season. Our service department is working tirelessly to unwrap, commission and launch boats in preparation for the upcoming season. We have redesigned our workflow to favor social distancing, and educated staff in best practices and recommendations from federal, state and local agencies alike. Our sales team is available for phone calls, e-mails and virtual showings. Some administrative members of our team are working remotely on a temporary basis in order to reduce risk. Of paramount importance is the health and safety of our valued team members. We will continue to operate at a reduced capacity as long as is deemed practical, though we anticipate there may be some residual impact to the upcoming season. What we’re asking of you: In order to foster the healthiest possible environment for our customers and employees alike, we will be enforcing a “No Entry” policy on marina grounds without prior arrangements, effective Friday, April 10th. Though we’re commissioning and launching boats – and one of them could likely be yours – we ask that you do not come to the marina to use, stock or check on them before Monday, May 4th, when Governor Mills’ Stay Healthy at Home order has been lifted. What you CAN do is reach out to us via phone or e-mail to discuss your plans for the 2020 season. We’re always happy to discuss your upcoming projects, wants, needs and goals. Similarly, we know that economic impacts resulting from the current health crisis may impact some customers’ previously laid plans; we simply ask that you communicate any anticipated changes with our management team so that we can assist in any way possible.