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Blog Archive :: May 1, 2012 - May 31, 2012

Winter 2013 Boating Seminars at Norwalk Cove

May 31, 2012

  Women-Only Boating Skills Seminar  Two Tuesday Evenings,  Jan 22 & 29  from 7 - 9 PM      and * NEW*    Co-Ed Boating Skills Seminar   Two Saturday mornings,  Jan 26'th & Feb 2'nd from 10 AM  - 12:30 PM    *(Same seminar, just open to everyone)   Due to popular demand the "Women-Only" boating skills seminar is now being offered in a Co-Ed…Read More

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HorshoeCrab Tagging at Calf Pasture Beach

May 23, 2012

2012 Public Horseshoe Crab Tagging with The Maritime Aquarium at Calf Pasture Beach The horseshoe crabs are coming in to spawn and the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk will be there, with tags ready, for the sixth consecutive year. Led by staff member Joe Schnierlein, the horseshoe crab tagging and census study will give scientists a better understanding of the ancient creatures. Volunteers are…Read More

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Boat Commissioning Checklist

May 15, 2012

The 2012 Boating season is here !   This checklist is an aid to make sure you are prepared for an enjoyable and safe season.   Documents: Review your license, registration, insurance and other important documents pertaining to your boat and trailer, and store them in a watertight bag or container.   Life jackets: Make sure each person has a properly sized life jacket in good condition with no…Read More

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Boating Activities Happening Nearby

May 15, 2012

Here is a list of fun nautical / boating events happening around our area.   SAILQUEST BOAT SHOW    When  Friday – Sunday May 18-20, 2012  10am – 5pm Where  Milford Lisman Landing 37 Helwig St,Milford,CT06460 Description   The SailQuest Boat Show kicks off the boating season inConnecticut. This unique and family-oriented show will feature new sailboats, trawlers…Read More

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More on the Green Marina Initiative:

May 10, 2012

Sanding Boat Bottoms... In short, all dust and debris from sanding of boat bottoms must be contained and collected. Debris falling on the ground must be vacuumed up (not just swept) and the area around and under the vessel must be left clean. The intent is to stop rain from washing the paint debris into the storm sewers and ultimately into the Sound. Never use a hose to clean the area ! Not…Read More

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