Fishers Island Yacht Club Marina Rules

Safety and Quiet Enjoyment
  • The Marina Committee operates the Marina for the benefit of the boating community on Fishers Island.
  • Members and visitors should exercise good judgment and seamanship when using the marina and are responsible for their own safety and that of any children in their care.
  • Children shall wear lifejackets while on the docks or boats moored at the Marina.
  • There shall be no running on the docks.
  • There shall be no fires or open flames on board any boat while at the Marina.

The Marina Committee reserves the right to ask any visitor to leave the Marina and to discontinue the seasonal tenancy of a member if, in the sole judgment of the Committee, the behavior of the visitor or member is unsafe or otherwise prevents the quiet enjoyment of the Marina by others.

West Harbor Committee Rules

West Harbor is regulated by the Town of Southold’s Fishers Island Harbor Committee and supervised by the Bay Constables. Please refer to the Harbor Committee rules for details on anchoring, mooring, speed limits, etc. You can find them online here [link: https://ecode360.com/5158710]

Discharge and Refuse

All boats at the Marina must follow the Harbor Committee rules for waste water discharge and other environmental regulations. The Yacht Club does not provide for holding tank pump-outs or garbage disposal, and no boat garbage may be left at the Club by members, tenants or visitors.

Showers and Heads

Yacht Club members and transient visitors may use the showers and bathrooms
located in the Clubhouse. Please see the Marina office for after-hours access.