ARTICLE 555.3 AFFECTING MARINAS AND BOATYARDS:
The updated code required marinas to install Ground Fault Protection (GFP)—a device similar to GFCI— in the marina’s shore power system. The GFP is capable of detecting electricity leaking from a circuit in the same way a GFCI does, and it cuts off the supply of electricity to the boat. The updated code required ground fault protection to not exceed 100 milliamps of ground fault current leakage. Continue reading the entire article here...
Current copies of your registration (marina record) are required to be maintained on file in the Marina Office and should be submitted along with insurance renewals annually. This is applicable for all vessels moored in Cliffside Marina for over 30 days unless exempt, regardless of USCG documentation. If you haven't completed your renewal, do so as soon as possible. You can find the forms here.
SEASONAL PARKING PASSES:
If you not already received them, you can get your seasonal parking passes at the Marina Office. The limit is 2 passes per slip.
MARINA OFFICE HOURS OF OPERATION
As a friendly reminder, if you are planning to swing into the Marina Office anytime soon, our office hours during the boating season (May 1st to Sept. 31st) are 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. daily.
RESIZED PARKING SPACES:
The parking spaces located in the center have been resized from 9 feet wide to 10 feet wide to better accommodate SUVs and Pick-Up trucks. All other spaces remain the standard 9' width.