COVID-19 Status Update
April 22, 2020
In light of Governor Cuomo’s recent announcement that marinas and boatyards may reopen for business, our marina will officially reopen on May 1st, and is able to accept early arrivals under special circumstances. Please find additional information below:
We have transient availability throughout the summer and a few seasonal slips still remain open! Our marina office staff will continue to work remotely until further notice, so please contact us to make a reservation of with any questions by emailing email@example.com or calling +1 (718) 490-7136. To avoid interpersonal contact guests are required to pre pay via credit, debit, or bank wire.
SPECIAL COVID-19 GUIDELINES
Our COVID-19 policies are evolving with the situation. Please be advised all guests will be required to practice social distancing while at the marina, including while onboard their vessels. Guests should be limited to the same household. Large gatherings of any kind are prohibited until further notice and guests are advised to be considerate of one another and of the marina staff. If you have any questions about our COVID-19 policies please reach out to us vie phone or email.
As winter marinas and boatyards are dealing with a high volume of customers, we understand your arrival to ONE°15 may be impacted. With advance notice we are likely able to accommodate your vessel prior to May 1st. Vessels arriving from out-of-state are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days in accordance with government guidelines.
Bathrooms and showers are available to emergency personnel and marina guests on a limited basis, as they must be thoroughly cleaned after each individual use. Water, electricity, pumpout, WiFi, and other such amenities will be available as normal.
FEEDING THE FRONTLINES
A special shoutout to our restaurant staff who are providing hundreds of meals on a weekly basis to Brooklyn Hospital, Coney Island Hospital, FEMA ambulance squads, FDNY’s COVID-19 Task Force, Montefiore Hospital, and more.
We look forward to welcoming you to Brooklyn soon.