Seveys Boatyard Inc

Calendar & News

1. Please note our new email address, seveysboatyard@gmail.com.

2. Our official lakeside closing date was October 15th, 2018

3. The lakeside facility is closed for the season. The yard and ramp are now closed.  The restrooms are closed for the winter.

4. The campsites are closed except by appointment. Full hook up sites are closed for the season.

5. Active, Retired and Reserve Military and their families are always welcome. Inquire for special rates.

6. Our operating hours are, closed on those days shaded in red and open from 9 to 5 on those days shaded in green, from 9 to 7 on those days shaded in blue and 10 AM to 4:30 PM on those days shaded in yellow. Those days shaded in orange, are available by appointment.

7. The boatyard ramp and parking area is a carry in, carry out facility. It is also a SMOKE FREE ZONE. Please NO SMOKING on the grounds or in the restrooms.

8. Parking passes, seasonal and daily use, are required. The launch ramp area fees for non permit holders, are $10 per vehicle daily for parking. If you are launching a motorized vessel, the fee is $20 daily. Trailers and vehicles must be separated and parked next to each other to conserve space. Our usage rules and fees are posted at the launch ramp. We use the honor system and hope you do too. Seasonal use passes are available in our office, by email or by mail. Contact us for pricing and details.

9. A dump station, recycling bins and dumpster are provided on the “camp road”, Fire Lane 13 for your convenience. They are located at the last right turn coming down the hill before the first big turn as you come in, or your first left after the second big turn as you are going out.  If you come by boat, please take your trash and recyclable with you.

10. The entire facility is under 24 hour video surveillance.

11.  Please note, Skaneateles Lake is a New York State Body of Water.  All docks, moorings, rafts, swim areas, anchorages and other floating objects must comply with the New York State Department of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Boating Rules and Regulations for Floating Objects & Dockage.  Permit renewals are required by May 1st of each year. Further information may be found at https://parks.ny.gov/. If you have more questions, you can call 518-474-0456.

12. New for 2018, the New York State Office of General Services Bureau of Land Management (Land Under Water Usage Program) will begin surveying the lake to determine fees for the use of the land under water by private and commercial interests. This is in compliance with the State Body of Water designation and the Land Under Water Program. Further information can be obtained from their office by clicking here. You can also call 518-474-2195 for further information.

13. Current changes in New York’s Boating Law may be found at http://nysparks.com/recreation/boating/navigation-law.aspx

Floating Objects

A floating object is an object floating on the surface of the water that isn’t an aid to navigation.
There could be anything from a mooring buoy to an environmental quality monitoring buoy. A floating object permit issued by NYS Parks is required on all waters in NYS except the tide waters of Nassau and Suffolk County.

Floating object application (pdf)

Rules and Regulations for Floating objects (pdf)

 

                      As always, we truly appreciated your business in 2018 and we are looking forward to serving your needs in 2019 and beyond.

Thank you!  The members of Seveys Boatyard

Information & News:

Don’t miss the next New Hope Fire Department barbeque chicken day,
Chicken days are the 3rd Sunday in each month, April thru October.

 

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