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Posted – Race Committee Assignments

We have posted the race committee assignments for the 2021 season. Every racer on a race team has been assigned a night on other race night. If you cannot make it – please reach out to the sub list of unassigned racers. It’s all part of the fun and learning process. We are always happy to take on volunteers on the RC boats.

Check out your assignment dates and see you on race committee.

Prospective and New Member Information Session

Come on down and learn about one of NYC’s top sailing clubs. Lessons or membership. Cruising or racing. Just curious about sailing/sailors?

Great location, top boats, modern marina, bakery and restaurant, lessons and membership.Join us at NYC premiere waterfront destination – Estuary Restaurant. Outdoor patio. Bring friends and just relax.

Date: Tuesday, June 22nd, 2021
Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Place: Estuary Restaurant, 159 Bridge Park Drive
Cost: Free entry – Cash bar

RSVPs requested: https://one15brooklyn.checkfront.com/reserve/?item_id=77

Billy Bey


Experience New York City like never before. A Charter of our gorgeous 52-foot classic yacht is the ideal urban adventure. Celebrate your engagement, closed deal, or simple afternoon with friends and family aboard the luxurious Billy Bey. Guests will take in all the city sights, including the Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower, Brooklyn Bridge, and more.

The Yacht

Featuring gorgeous New England style lines, this 52-foot Vicem Classic comes equipped with a spacious salon, flybridge, and aft deck for the ideal day on the water. Billy Bey also features:

  • Kitchenette
  • Jet Propulsion
  • 2x 650hp Engines
  • Spacious indoor and outdoor areas
  • 2 Marine Heads (bathrooms)
  • Cold drink storage

Included

US Coast Guard Licensed Captain

First Mate

Bespoke Float Plan

Bottle of Champagne

Bottled Water, Ice

Trips & Routes

The incomparable Billy Bey is available for a variety of different excursions, including dinner cruises, sunset tours, sightseeing adventures, weekend getaways, and long-term charters. The yacht is also available as a bareboat charter for a capacity of up to 12 guests.

Starting at $3,600 for a 3 hour cruise.

Catering

Available through Estuary Restaurant

Bespoke menu created with Executive Chef Jonathan Rodriguez

Beverage Menu

Other Services

  • Launch Services to and from Manhattan and Jersey City
  • Film & Television Production
  • Advertising – include images of Stella event
  • Photoshoots
  • Events
  • Location Scouting – include images of TMS trips
  • Marine Services – include images of TMS trips
  • Other Vessels for Charter [Link to Sea hunt, Steiger]

Book Now

Email charters@one15brooklynmarina.com

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Gallery

Photos of Billy Bey

Contact Us

ONE15 Brooklyn Yacht Charters

Pier 5 – Brooklyn Bridge Park

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Charters@one15brooklynmarina.com

718.490.7136

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Community Dock Activities – Call for RFPs

This Request For Proposals seeks proposals from local community not-for-profits and other entities to develop free and/or low cost programs for the 2021 season (May 1- Oct 31) in the following areas:

  • Non-motorized water activities, including but not limited to:
    • Small boat sailing programs for children and youths to learn to sail
    • Kayaks and kayaking instruction
    • Paddle boarding
    • Dragon boats

Deadline: April 16th. Submission of proposals,

More information on the Community Dock activities click here:

Looking for Donated J/80s

Building the Teen Sailing program at ONE15 Brooklyn Marina. The Brooklyn Bridge Park Community Dock not-for-profit is looking for J/80s boat donations to build its Teen Sailing program (Junior Big Boat program) at ONE15 Brooklyn Marina. All inquires – sailcenter@one15brooklynmarina.com

Now Hiring!

Do you love being out on the water? Are you passionate about all things maritime AND New York City?

You’re in luck – ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina is now hiring!

We are looking for hard working and dedicated Dockhands, Office Administrators, and Sailing Instructors. New hires will join an energetic team of maritime professionals, hospitality specialists, and seasonal hustlers.

What you’ll need: a positive attitude, eagerness to learn, and sunscreen!

Job Descriptions:

Dockhand

Office Administrator

Sailing Instructor


Email your resume to dockmaster@one15brooklynmarina.com to apply today.

March Dockage Promos

To celebrate #Summer2021 we’re offering three extra-value promotions for vessels under 70 feet.

  • Summer Trial Period: Prospective seasonal boaters get the entire month of April dockage for the price of a regular 3 night stay.
  • Monthly Dockage Promo: Book any stay between 1 and 2.5 months and receive 25% off.
  • Winter Dockage Deal: 40% off all Transient Dockage for the month of March.

Enter code “March-ONE15” in your Dockage Request comments to apply your discount.

Terms: Offer available through March 31. Limited quantities available. Discount does not apply to metered electric.

Save on Sail Club Membership

If you’ve been thinking about joining the Sail Club – now is a great time. Great location, professionally maintained modern boats, active sailing programs and knowledgeable staff.

Get a 10% discount on Sail Club membership*. The offer is good till February 15th, 2021. Bonus – If you get a referral from an active Sail Club member – you and your referror will get a $100 credit as well.

Sail Better, Sail Brooklyn

Enroll Now

*Subject to membership acceptance. Excludes Enrollment Fees and Discovery Level Membership. Not applicable to installment plans.

Skipper Tips: Local Notice to Mariners

Whether you are just coming into New York Harbor or planning a day sail, checking the Local Notice to Mariners can mitigate any surprises such as river closures.

In the United States, notices are issued by each U.S. Coast Guard District to disseminate important information affecting navigational safety within that District. Other countries such as the UK, issue the Admiralty Notice to Mariners.

These notices provide changes to navigational aids, event notifications (East River Closures) and any special waterways notices (i.e.; whale migrations, customs procedures, etc.)

You can subscribe to these notices on their respective websites. For the New York area – We are in District 1.

Local Notice to Mariners: https://navcen.uscg.gov/?pageName=lnmDistrict&region=1

Now Accepting Membership Applications

It’s the new year and the Sail Club is now accepting new applications for membership. We anticipate restarting sailing operations in April (an early start due to year round operations at ONE15 Brooklyn Marina).

We have a full cruising and racing program slated for the 2021 season. Member benefits include discounts the Ebb & Flow Bakery, Estuary Restaurant. New for 2020 – Sail Club members can now receive discounts for marina dockage (transient and seasonal).

Discovery Membership applications are also being accepted this time. Book your first sail now!

Sail Club Shirts for Sale

We have Sail Club shirts for sale. Men’s and women’s long sleeve UV tech shirts – Made by Gill Marine. Graphic design by member: Emma Estrada.

Limited sizes and colors available. Please send us an inquiry (sailclub@one15brooklynmarina.com). Cost is $55 (no sales tax)

Notice of Race – 2021 Evening Racing Series

The Notice of Race for the 2021 Evening Racing Series has been issued. This is Club member racing at its best. We have a fleet of 6 Melges 24s and 7 J/80s. Racing is scheduled on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. All new teams are currently being allocated to Wednesday evenings. We have existing teams looks to bolster their teams and new teams forming.

Weekend racing will consist of formal regattas and Saturday Fleet Captain racing. All levels of experience are welcome at the Club.

Discovery Membership – Taking Applications

Now taking applications for Discovery Level member. Join the Sail Club and learn to sail.

Opening up Discovery Membership applications for 2021. Join ONE15 Brooklyn Sail Club and learn how to sail.

A combination of practical sailing sessions and online materials that leads to US Sailing Basic Keelboat Certification. Top boats, passionate instructors, great location and specular views. Join the club and start your adventure now.

Sail Better, Sail Brooklyn

Now taking bookings for April and May.

https://one15brooklyn.checkfront.com/reserve/?preview=1

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New York City Prepares for Tropical Storm Isaias

At the ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina in Brooklyn Bridge Park, dock hands advised boat owners to secure sails, canvas, chairs and other items, and to make sure key equipment was functioning properly.

“Generally speaking, preparing for the worst is a good policy,” said Sam Barrett-Cotter, the marina’s dockmaster. “Most of the time these storms will die out by the time they reach New York, but we always prepare as if a major hurricane may arrive.”

American Boater

“The boating community rallied, and within minutes we were contacted by someone at ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina who wanted to get involved with relief efforts and offered to host us. Their kindness toward us has been overwhelming.”

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The Nurse Who Came By Sea

COVID DIARY APR. 23, 2020 New York Magazine

By Laura van Straaten Photographs by Taylor Hartley


Marina personnel welcome the vessel Turning Points to their slip on Sunday, April 12, 2020.

“The city’s boating community is pitching in too. Local sailor Carla Murphy posted about Hartley’s journey in the Facebook group Sailors of New York, and within an hour the recently opened ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina donated dockage for two months (normally more than $11,000) to the Hartleys. The marina restaurant is feeding the Turning Point crew — alongside FEMA-contracted ambulance squads — through its GoFundMe campaign. (Aside from Coast Guard, law enforcement, and emergency boats every now and then, Turning Point is the only vessel in the marina these days.) Other sailors and local companies have donated support and equipment.”

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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:

RESERVATIONS

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 dockmaster@one15brooklynmarina.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.

ARRIVALS

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.

FACILITIES

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. To donate visit our GoFundMe: gf.me/u/xvk3t6.

We look forward to welcoming you to Brooklyn soon.

Go Fund Me Campaign

LINK TO GO FUND ME CAMPAIGN
100% of Your Donation will Help Estuary Help Covid-19 Front Line Workers

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Our healthcare workers and other frontline folks in the community are working tirelessly around the clock to help everyone affected with COVID-19.

Estuary is now also working with the New York Presbyterian hospital network to provide free meals for healthcare workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our restaurant is presently on a short waitlist of participating eateries and it is likely that we will be given less than 36 hours notice to fulfill meal requests from this hospital network.

In these extremely difficult times, Estuary and its sister bakery Ebb & Flow, located in the Brooklyn Bridge Park, has remained open for take-out and delivery, serving our community in this time of need and while, we are working tirelessly to keep our doors open we don’t have the resources to fulfill every meal donation request without more support.

We are asking for any donation support to help us nourish these heroic and exhausted healthcare workers by providing up to 200 meals, including kosher, gluten free and vegetarian options. 

Our local network of companies (thank you Scientific Electric Company!) has donated the use of their vans to transport these meals. Any donation from you will help prepare these meals to support our extraordinary health care providers and support our staff at Estuary through these difficult times.

We hope you are staying healthy and we stand ready to help our community. 

With love and deep gratitude,

The Estuary and Ebb & Flow Team

NY Metro Parents – Trick-or-Treat with Master Pastry Chef Francois Payard

October 31, 2019

Estuary at ONE 15 Brooklyn Marina invites families to join James Beard Award-winning pastry chef Francois Payard for a special evening of trick-or-treating. Parents and chaperones are welcome to bring their kids by the restaurant between 4pm and 8pm on Thursday, October 31st to pick up a free candy apple dipped in your choice of caramel, chocolate or sugar. All apples will be nut and allergy free, and kids can choose to either dip the apples in chocolate themselves or enjoy an apple that’s been pre-dipped in caramel, sugar or chocolate. In addition to the children’ trick-or-treat special, accompanying adults will be able to take advantage of a simultaneous Halloween happy hour at Estuary. Everyone who comes dressed in costume will be eligible for a free drink, choosing between two special Halloween cocktails: the “Green Goblin” (sparkling wine, cassis, orange twist) or the “Bloody Hell” (vodka, blood orange, lemon juice, chambord).

Address: 159 Bridge Park Drive
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Phone: 718-521-6744 x1
Website: https://www.estuarybrooklyn.com

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Brooklyn Paper – A spooktacular guide to Halloween parties in the boo-rough

October 31, 2019

Monster Munch

What is a better treat than a full-sized candy bar? A candy apple from award-winning pastry chef Francois Payard! The acclaimed chef will be oversee trick-or-treating at Estuary in Brooklyn Bridge Park this afternoon, where kids can pick up a delectably free candy apple dipped in either caramel, chocolate, or sugar. And at the Halloween Happy Hour, grown-ups in costume will get a compli 

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BKReader – Your Guide to Halloween Routes and Activities in Central Brooklyn

October 29, 2019

HALLOWEEN: Thursday, Oct. 31

Dip Candy Apples: Estuary at ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina invites families to join pastry chef Francois Payard to dip a free candy apple in caramel, chocolate or sugar. All apples will be nut and allergy free — or kids can pick up one that’s been pre-dipped.) 4-8 p.m. at 159 Bridge Park Drive in Brooklyn Bridge Park across from Pier 5. Free. DUMBO

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Brooklyn Daily Eagle – Halloween in Brooklyn: Everything you need to know

October 25, 2019

Thursday, Oct. 31

Dip Candy Apples: Estuary at ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina invites families to join pastry chef Francois Payard to dip a free candy apple in caramel, chocolate or sugar. All apples will be nut and allergy free — or kids can pick up one that’s been pre-dipped.)

4-8 p.m. at 159 Bridge Park Drive in Brooklyn Bridge Park across from Pier 5. Free. 

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Industry Magazine – Twin Keels

October 8, 2019

ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina opened in June of 2016 and set on a prime location just south of the Brooklyn Bridge, was a way of addressing a strange city fact; relative to other harbor towns like San Francisco, Boston, New Orleans, and Chicago, New York has only about 10 to 15 percent of their recreational boat dock accommodations.  

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City Guide NY – ONE°15 Brooklyn Sail Club Announces Afterschool Sail Programs for Teens

September 24, 2019

ONE°15 Brooklyn Sail Club has announced several unique opportunities for teenagers to learn the fundamentals of sailing on the New York Harbor. Afterschool Sailing Programs are officially open for enrollment for the fall term, with spring and summer bookings available soon.

Teen Sailing Programs are facilitated by the ONE°15 Brooklyn Sail Club out of New York’s newest marina, ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, located at Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

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Civil + Structural Engineer -ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina

August 1, 2019

New York City’s first new marina in over 50 years had its soft opening in May, with the design team working out the final touches over the following weeks. With over 100 berths for vessels up to 200 feet, a Sailing Club and School, and community programs, the facility offers the calmest waters in New York Harbor thanks to advanced technology and design.

Located just south of the Brooklyn Bridge, across the East River from Wall Street and South Street Seaport, the marina offers incredible views and easy access to Manhattan. Part of the vibrant Brooklyn Bridge Park, ONE°15 Brooklyn is home to the city’s largest community dock.

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Brooklyn Patch – Brooklyn Sail Club Announces Afterschool Sail Programs for Teens

September 18, 2019

ONE°15 Brooklyn Sail Club has announced several unique opportunities for teenagers to learn the fundamentals of sailing on the New York Harbor. Afterschool Sailing Programs are officially open for enrollment for the fall term, with spring and summer bookings available soon.

Teen Sailing Programs are facilitated by the ONE°15 Brooklyn Sail Club out of New York’s newest marina, ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, located at Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

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Anthony McGovern

Anthony grew up in New York on Long Island, where he started sailing in his early teens. He competed in Lasers and 420’s on the Long Island Sound before becoming a youth program instructor at The Head of the Bay Club and Centerport Yacht Club, and the Head Instructor at the Hempstead Harbor Club. He also worked at an adult instructor at the Courageous Sailing Center in Boston, and a teen instructor and the Principal Race Officer at Hudson River Community Sailing. Anthony is excited to share his passion for sailing with the ONE°15 Sail Club community. When he’s not on a boat, Anthony enjoys traveling and seeing live music.

Vincent Mattiola, Assistant Director of Sailing

Vincent grew up sailing small boats and racing Hobie cats as a kid all over the Northeast. In college at the University of Pittsburgh, he co-founded the sailing team and helped acquire a fleet of boats for students to train and enter collegiate sailing events. His passion for sailing quickly evolved into big boat cruising, and he began volunteering & working as crew on yacht deliveries all over the East & West Coast, Central America, Caribbean, and Mediterranean. Soon, Vincent began facilitating his own deliveries and charters as Captain, teaching offshore sailing, and introducing more people to the sport. Having recently logged his 50,000th nautical mile and 720th day at sea, he now holds a USCG 100 ton Master license. When not sailing, he loves climbing, SCUBA diving, mountain biking, cooking, traveling, and cleaning plastic out of the oceans. His favorite boat remains the Hobie 16, but these days he can be found sailing everything from cruising catamarans to racing yachts.

Amy Dietz

Amy grew up sailing on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Every year, her parents would charter a boat for a month to travel the east coast. At the age of 8, she was sent to sailing camp in Brewster, Cape Cod, where she returned year after year, eventually exploring other Cape Cod sailing schools as well. For 5 years during high school and college, she taught sailing at a club in Boston on Hobie cats, lasers, and 420s. During her final years there, she was the head instructor, overseeing the curriculum and all levels of the summer camp program, coaching the racing group. After moving to New York, Amy worked at the Manhattan Sailing School teaching ASA Basic Keelboat Sailing for two seasons. Occasionally, when not sailing, she windsurfs.

Amy has been instrumental in leading our sailing school since the Sail Club was founded in 2015.

Untapped Cities – Last Chance to See the World’s First Universally Accessible Catamaran

September 10, 2019

The Impossible Dream, a 60-foot catamaran currently docked at ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, is making it easier for people with disabilities to enjoy amazing views of New York City from the water. The Impossible Dream is the world’s first and only universally accessible catamaran. The ship is currently stopped in Brooklyn as part of its summer 2019 tour of the East Coast. From now through Wednesday the boat will be sailing visitors around New York City thanks to various partners such as Disability Arts NYCthe Adler Aphasia CenterWheeling ForwardUnited Spinal NYC Chapter and BIGVISION.

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Brooklyn Heights – DUMBO Patch – ‘Impossible Dream’ Boat Gives NYers With Disabilities A Ride

September 9, 2019

An accessible boat that has been traveling up the entire East Coast has docked in Brooklyn to give New Yorkers with disabilities the chance to take a ride.

The 60-foot “Impossible Dream” catamaran sailed into the ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina last week and has been working with local organizations to give free silting outings to New Yorkers with disabilities, serious illnesses or mobility impairments and their families since.

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The Maritime Executive – Sailing Program for the Disabled Visits 15 U.S. Ports

September 6, 2019

Over the course of the voyage, the Impossible Dream has also welcomed disabled guest crew to live and work onboard for longer periods of time. The guest crew help with the operation of the vessel, cooking, maintenance, promotion and connecting with the vessel’s day-sail guests.
 
The Impossible Dream will be at ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina in New York until September 11. Scheduled sailings from Brooklyn will include programs for organizations like Disability Arts NYC, the Adler Aphasia Center, Wheeling Forward, United Spinal NYC Chapter and BIGVISION.

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Yachts International – A Marina Grows in Brooklyn

August 23, 2019

New marinas in New York City are a rarity. Before May, the most recent opening of a new marina happened about 50 years ago.

ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, a 100-slip marina in the heart of Brooklyn Bridge Park, had a “soft opening’ this year, according to the company that operates it, after five years of permitting, plan changes, wave-attenuation improvements and a swap-out of the companies running it.

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Trade Only Today -Reinventing the Marina World

September 1, 2019

ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, the first new marina in the New York City area in years, is a perfect example. It’s a 100-slip marina that can facilitate 16- to 100-foot boats, with a bar, restaurant, bakery, Harbor Club (read: yacht club) and a wave-attenuating system that ONE°15 had engineers design after they couldn’t find an attenuator to tame New York Harbor’s confused wave patterns.

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Trade Only Today – A Marina Grows in Brooklyn

August 23, 2019

New marinas in New York City are a rarity. Before May, the most recent opening of a new marina happened about 50 years ago.

ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, a 100-slip marina in the heart of Brooklyn Bridge Park, had a “soft opening’ this year, according to the company that operates it, after five years of permitting, plan changes, wave-attenuation improvements and a swap-out of the companies running it.

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NYNJ.com – Boaters: 3 Tips to Stay Safe on the Water This Summer

August 8, 2019

In the throes of summer, New York City has a tendency to heat up pretty quickly – with weeklong spells that find temperatures hovering near 100 degrees. Boaters must still be mindful of cooler water temperatures, where prolonged exposure to 70-degree water can lead to a loss of muscle function or worse. Experts from ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, the city’s newest recreational marina set on 8 acres between Piers 4 and 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, offer tips on how to approach summer boating, beat the heat and manage cold waters.

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Patch – NYC’s Newest Marina Offers 3 Tips for Staying Safe on the Water

August 7, 2019

In the throes of summer, New York City has a tendency to heat up pretty quickly – with weeklong spells that find temperatures hovering near 100 degrees. Boaters must still be mindful of cooler water temperatures, where prolonged exposure to 70-degree water can lead to a loss of muscle function or worse. Experts from ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, the city’s newest recreational marina set on 8 acres between Piers 4 and 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, offer tips on how to approach summer boating, beat the heat and manage cold waters.

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Boating Industry – Brooklyn Marina offers summer safety tips

August 7, 2019

Boats – and the water – can provide welcome relief from the record high temperatures many parts of the country – and indeed the world – have experienced this summer. Still, boaters need to be mindful of the heat, as well as prolonged exposure to cooler water. Experts from ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, the city’s newest recreational marina, set on eight acres between Piers 4 and 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, offer some safety tips.

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Thrillist – Everywhere You Need to Eat and Drink in NYC Right Now

August 5, 2019

A new destination for tourists and the locals who love them
Brooklyn Bridge Park is one of the most marvelous places New Yorkers can flaunt for their visitors, and Estuary will satiate hungry folks from near and far. The large, airy space near the south end of the park is peacefully appointed with soothing shades of blue inside, and floor to ceiling windows look out on ample outdoor seating.

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City Guide NY – Free Boat Cruises

August 2, 2019

To mark the grand opening of ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina in Brooklyn, including its new Estuary Brasserie, which features Michelin Star Chef Danny Brown and James Beard cred Francois Payard, Stella Artois is offering free boat cruises between Manhattan’s Pier 25 and Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 5.

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City Guide NY – Things to Do in NYC This Weekend (August 2-4)

July 31, 2019

(7/30-8/2) Stella Artois’s East River RivieraDon’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime chance to elevate your evening commute, and make home the place you’ll want to write home about. From North Cove Marina in Manhattan to One 15 Marina in Brooklyn, and running through Friday, August 2nd, you could be whisked away on a European-inspired luxury Riva-style boat to enjoy the sights and sounds of the East River with all the vacation vibes of a trip to Europe. The route runs both directions between Manhattan and Brooklyn. Reservations required.

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TimesUnion – Stella Artois East River Riviera

July 30, 2019

As a way to upgrade the daily commute and inject a taste of European vacation sophistication into any occasion, Stella Artois is transforming the East River into the East River Riviera with a fleet of classic, collector-owned, wood-trimmed Riva boats. From Tuesday, July 30th to Friday, August 2nd, New Yorkers can experience a once in a lifetime evening commute, all compliments of Stella. The vintage Riva boats will cruise along the East River Riviera – just like they’re coasting along the French Riviera – between Pier 25 in Manhattan (near Hudson River Park on West Street) and ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina in Brooklyn (12 Joralemon Street) from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. daily. Book your seat at StellaNYCRiviera.com.

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Kane’s Beverage News Daily – A Riviera-Quality Evening Commute in NYC

July 29, 2019

Stella Artois (Anheuser-Busch InBev) is offering New York commuters a ride across the East River aboard a fleet of classic, collector-owned, wood-trimmed vintage boats from Tuesday through Friday.  The boats will run from 4-8 p.m. each day.  Stella Artois is calling the cruise between North Cove Marina in Manhattan and ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina a ride on the “East River Riviera.”

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News12 Brooklyn – Vintage ferry service brings French Riviera to the East River

July 29, 2019

BROOKLYN –

A vintage ferry service is coming to the East River.

The Stella Artois East River Riviera experience aims to bring New Yorkers to the French Riviera at the Brooklyn Marina in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Commuters can ride in the classic fleet made up of collector-owned, wood-trimmed Riva boats between Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Commuters can set sail on the Stella Artois East River Riviera starting Tuesday.

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New York Times – Electric Lemon Opens in the Equinox Hotel

July 30, 2019

This airy glass-enclosed brasserie, at the shiny new marina on the edge of the East River in Brooklyn Bridge Park, is run by François Payard, who is the culinary director. The chef in charge is Danny Brown, whose Queens restaurant, Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen, was awarded a Michelin star. Mr. Brown’s menu features savory tarts, flatbreads, salads, sandwiches, a raw bar selection and main courses like roast chicken, eggplant ravioli and seared salmon. Olivier Flosse, an experienced sommelier, oversees the beverages. Ebb & Flow, a sandwich shop with baked goods by Mr. Payard, is next door to the restaurant.

One15 Brooklyn Marina, One Brooklyn Bridge Park, 159 Bridge Park Drive (Pier 5), Brooklyn Heights, 718-521-6744, extension 1, estuarybrooklyn.com.

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Trade Only Today – Stella Artois offers free Riva boat rides on the East River

July 29, 2019

“Luxurious experiences don’t have to be for an elite few,” said Anheuser-Busch premium brands vice president Peter Van Overstraeten in a statement. “Stella Artois is all about creating culturally relevant, shareable moments that excite and inspire consumers. Our premium lager helps upgrade any experience, even a hot commute.”

The vintage Rivas will cruise the East River between Pier 25 in Manhattan and ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina in Brooklyn from 4 to 8 p.m., July 30-Aug. 2.

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Brooklyn Eagle – Seafood bistro Estuary opens at Brooklyn Bridge Park marina, alongside Ebb & Flow takeout

July 26, 2019

Brooklyn Heights locals and visitors to Brooklyn Bridge Park have two new dining options.

Estuary, an ambitious 150-seat bistro headed by Michelin-starred Chef Danny Brown, opened its doors on Tuesday at 159 Bridge Park Dr., in the northwest corner of One Brooklyn Bridge Park and facing ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina. Award-winning French pastry chef François Payard is culinary director.

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AOL – Stella Artois will help you beat the heat with free boat rides around one U.S. city this summer

July 24, 2019

Inspired by the company’s European roots, Stella Artois is inspiring New Yorkers to travel by sea (in this case, by the East River) when the temperatures get too hot for the subway by launching its East River Riviera fleet of wood-trimmed Riva Boats from July 30 to August 2 — for free!

The boats will load at Pier 25 in Manhattan and let out across the river at ONE15 Brooklyn Marina in Brooklyn.

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Boating Industry – New food & beverage concepts launch at Brooklyn Marina

July 24, 2019

Estuary, a new waterfront restaurant in Brooklyn helmed by Michelin-starred Chef Danny Brown, opens this week. The waterfront eatery faces ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina at Brooklyn Bridge Park, the city’s first new marina in decades. The brasserie and bar offers a standalone raw bar and private terrace with views of the lower Manhattan skyline.

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Brooklyn Heights Patch – Stella Artois Offers Its Boat To Brooklyn-Manhattan Commuters

July 23, 2019

You know what beats getting stuck on a subway car for hours, or for that matter, sweating it out on a crowded train platform? Apparently, a free ride across the East River on a beer company’s vintage boat.

Stella Artois has announced that it will give a select few Brooklyn commuters a free ride to Manhattan aboard a fleet of fancy, wood-trimmed boats next week. The ride along the “East River Riviera” will bring passengers from the ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina and drop them off at Pier 25 in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, or vice versa.

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6sqft – Waterfront dining options arrive at the ONE°15 marina in Brooklyn Bridge Park

July 23, 2019

Just as the summer months are hitting their stride, two food options have arrived at Brooklyn Heights’ ONE°15 Marina in Brooklyn Bridge Park: a waterfront bistro called Estuary and a more casual cafe called Ebb & Flow. With James Beard Award-winning chef Francois Payard as Culinary Director at both locations, the emphasis is on simple dishes highlighting seasonal, local produce, seafood, and meat. Payard is joined by Executive Chef Danny Brown, who earned a Michelin star for his own Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen in Queens.

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Brooklyn Bridge Parents – New bakery at Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park open

July 19, 2019

Pastry chef François Payard, known for the fine French desserts he once created for KarVer and his own eponymous patisserie, has baked up something he calls an “interpretation” on American fare.

Ebb & Flow, his new waterfront cafe near the One°15 Brooklyn Marina — where Payard also serves as culinary director — opened last week with grab-and-go sandwiches, salads, baked goods and by-the-slice cakes, including one eye-catching creation.

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Fox 5 NY – A delicious, cheesy way to celebrate Bastille Day in Brooklyn

July 10, 2019

– Bastille Day, which is the national day of France and marks the Storming of the Bastille in 1789 is on July 14.

And of all the ways to celebrate, none may be quite as decadent as pommes aligot, the ultimate Bastille Day side-dish.

FOX 5 NY visited “Estuary,” a restaurant slated to open later this summer at the Brooklyn Marina to see how they make the delicious dish.

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Yahoo! Finance – Stella Artois Offers New Yorkers a Once in a Lifetime Luxury Experience by Transforming the East River into the East River Riviera

July 22, 2019

If summer in New York City has you wishing you could be sailing on Lake Como in a fabulous boat, with the wind in your hair, and a cool beverage in hand – instead of dealing with your typical evening commute filled with Penn Station construction, L Train delays, and humid, hot subway platforms – then all aboard the Stella Artois East River Riviera.

The vintage Riva boats will cruise along the East River Riviera – just like they’re coasting along the French Riviera – between Pier 25 in Manhattan (near Hudson River Park on West Street) and ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina in Brooklyn (12 Joralemon Street) from 4:00 p.m.8:00 p.m. daily.

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EATER – One of NYC’s Top Bakers Opens a Cafe on the Brooklyn Waterfront Today

July 17, 2019

The to-go spot is the first part of a larger dining concept coming to the One°15 Brooklyn Marina, where Payard will also serve as culinary director. While the James Beard award-winning Payard has a distinguished reputation in NYC’s pastry world, he has bounced around a lot in the past few years. In January 2018, all three of his eponymous Payard bakeries shuttered a couple years after he resigned abruptly. He then started slinging his baked goods at the European brasserie Karver’s Downtown Brooklyn location, but that also closed last summer.

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Boat International – The Best Places To Celebrate July Fourth On A Boat

July 3, 2019

Although many locals leave the city to celebrate the holiday in the Hamptons or in upstate New York, the city is still a great place to enjoy Independence Day. The Macy’s Firework Display will see more than 10,000 fireworks let off from barges right in front of the Brooklyn Bridge. The entire display will be synchronised to music and this year the score will be classic cinema themes with a live performance from Jennifer Hudson.

Where to be: Venturing out into the New York Harbour allows you to get a close-up view of the Statue of Liberty while taking in the fireworks. This year, ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina will have a front-row seat for the pyrotechnic display. ONE°15 can host yachts up to 60 metres and boasts one of New York City’s best marina views for the show.

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Gothamist – Only Wealthy VIPs Will Be Allowed On South Street Seaport Piers During July 4th Fireworks

July 1, 2019

Macy’s 4th of July fireworks display is back by the Brooklyn Bridge this year for the first time since 2014, and there are seven recommended public viewing areas in Lower Manhattan, as well as spots in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Elevated sections of the FDR will be turned into viewing platforms, but Piers 16 and 17, which are closest to the action, will be closed to the public by order of the NYPD—unless you can afford a $492 ticket to a July 4 party at The Fulton by Jean-Georges, or have scored a ticket to a VIP party on the roof of Pier 17.

Schmancy parties and exorbitantly priced cruises are a July 4th mainstay. (“Macy’s is not aware of and does not approve, endorse or participate in these events/activities,” the department store states on their website.) At Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6, the floating restaurant Pilot is selling a seat at the bar on July 4th for $375, or you can rent a slip at the Brooklyn Marina (four night minimum).

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NY Metro Parents – ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina to Host Boaters for Up-Close View of Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks

July 1, 2019

ONE 15 Brooklyn Marina, New York City’s first new quay in decades, will be the best location to view the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks in 2019, as the show is set to return to the Brooklyn Bridge following a multi-year stint on Manhattan’s East Side. Those looking for a picturesque view of the nation’s most elaborate pyrotechnic display will find the perfect location in Brooklyn’s new, multifaceted and community-oriented marina. Set on eight acres between Piers 4 and 5 in New York City’s most populous borough, ONE 15 Brooklyn, now operating at full capacity, offers recreational water access to the local community, New Yorkers, and boating enthusiasts. ONE 15 Brooklyn is renting individual boat slips for use during the fireworks display. The marina has a four-night minimum for the holiday weekend.

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International Business Times – ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina to Host Boaters for Up-Close View of Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks

June 28, 2019

ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, New York City’s first new quay in decades, will be the best location to view the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks in 2019, as the show is set to return to the Brooklyn Bridge following a multi-year stint on Manhattan’s East Side.

CORRECTION: ONE°15  Brooklyn Marina has a four-night minimum for the July 4th holiday. Initial reports indicated a three-night stay.

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Markets Insider – ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina to Host Boaters for Up-Close View of Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks

June 28, 2019

ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, New York City’s first new quay in decades, will be the best location to view the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks in 2019, as the show is set to return to the Brooklyn Bridge following a multi-year stint on Manhattan’s East Side.

CORRECTION: ONE°15  Brooklyn Marina has a four-night minimum for the July 4th holiday. Initial reports indicated a three-night stay.

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Brooklyn Daily Eagle – Your guide to summer in Brooklyn Bridge Park

June 21, 2019

You don’t have to go far to take advantage of Brooklyn’s own little riviera: Brooklyn Bridge Park. (Unless you don’t live in Brooklyn — in which case, a) Too bad and b) It’s worth the trip.)

Sun, nature, river breezes and dozens of activities and sports make the 85-acre waterfront park an ideal place to spend an hour or the whole day.

This summer marks the park’s 20th anniversary of programming, so special events are planned by the park conservancy.

Here’s the Brooklyn Eagle’s comprehensive guide to summer at Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Pier 5

For team sports, like flag football and ultimate Frisbee, head to Pier 5’s synthetic turf fields. Spectators can watch the game from the bleachers. There’s also a fishing station at the end of the pier. Next door are two playgrounds for the kids.

Next to Pier 5, boaters can dock at ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina. You can learn to sail at the community program there.

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Yachting World – New NYC Marina

June 17, 2019

New York City’s first new marina in 50 years has opened in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Set on eight acres between Piers 4 and 5 at the mouth of the East River, ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina has a sailing club and 100 berths for vessels up to 200ft. A system of wave attenuators comprised of deep draught steel barges has been put in place to reduce the size and energy of incoming waves.

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NYNJ.com – Dazzling Fireworks Display Front and Center for Brooklyn’s Newest Marina, ONE°15

June 17, 2019

ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, New York City’s first new quay in 50-plus years, will be the best location to view the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks in 2019, which are set to return to the Brooklyn Bridge, following a multi-year stint on Manhattan’s East Side.

Those looking for a picturesque view of the nation’s most elaborate pyrotechnic display will find the perfect location in Brooklyn’s new, multifaceted and community-oriented marina.

ONE°15 Brooklyn, now open at full capacity, will be front and center as the event’s four barges take position around the Brooklyn Bridge – three near the grand span and one closer to the mouth of the East River.

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WindCheck Magazine – ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina Opens at Full Capacity

June 5, 2019

New York City’s first new marina in over 50 years is opening at full capacity in Brooklyn Bridge Park. ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, set on eight acres between Piers 4 and 5 at the mouth of the East River, came with a price tag of over $28 million and involved massive infrastructure work.

“ONE°15 is proud to bring to fruition the first new marina in New York Harbor in a generation and to welcome boaters to the calmest waters in the New York Harbor,” said Chairman and CEO Arthur Tay, the marina’s developer. “We were pleased to partner with Brooklyn Bridge Park and the City of New York to develop this outstanding marina, which will revitalize recreational boating in New York City and offer a wealth of community programs.”

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News 12 Brooklyn – Brooklyn’s newest and largest marina opens

May 29, 2019

BROOKLYN – Brooklyn’s first new marina in 50 years has opened. ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina is the largest marina in the borough. It’s located just south of the Brooklyn Bridge.

People can bring their own boats in and take them out for a spin in the harbor. The marina also offers kayaks, paddle boards and activities for the whole family. ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina also has waterfront access for people with disabilities.

The marina is open to the public seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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Ocean News & Technology Magazine – New York City’s First New Marina in Over 50 Years Opens in Brooklyn Heights

May 28, 2019

New York City’s first new marina in 50 years is opening at full capacity in Brooklyn Bridge Park. ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina, set on 8 acres between Piers 4 and 5 at the mouth of the East River, came with a price tag of over $28 million and involved massive infrastructure work.

“ONE°15 is proud to bring to fruition the first new marina in New York Harbor in a generation and to welcome boaters to the calmest waters in the New York Harbor,” said Singapore-based Chairman and CEO Arthur Tay, the marina’s developer. “We were pleased to partner with Brooklyn Bridge Park and the City of New York to develop this outstanding marina, which will revitalize recreational boating in the New York City and offer a wealth of community programs.”

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Brooklyn Daily Eagle – Brooklyn Bridge Park marina relaunches in smoother waters

May 17, 2019

The marina in Brooklyn Bridge Park is officially opening at full capacity.

ONE°15 Brooklyn originally opened in May 2016, but boats met rough water conditions at the site. A marina spokesperson told the Brooklyn Eagle that a new wave-attenuator system has been installed, which will reduce wave strength by up to 70 percent. Boat owners “won’t have the choppy waters they experienced previously,” he said.

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New York YIMBY – ONE°15, the City’s First Public Marina in More Than 50 Years, Opens in Brooklyn Heights

May 17, 2019

While New York City is composed of islands and intersected with rivers and marine throughways within every borough, city dwellers rarely embrace any aquatic entertainment within their own backyards. ONE°15, a new marina within the Brooklyn Bridge Park public waterfront, opened this month on the banks of Brooklyn Heights and aims to remind New Yorkers of an overlooked benefit of living within a coastal city. The marina is the first of its kind to open in New York City in more than 50 years.

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GlobeSt.com – NYC’s First New Marina in 50 Years Opens in Brooklyn

May 14, 2019

NEW YORK CITY— ONE15 Brooklyn Marina, an accessible quay between Pier 4 and Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, opened on Monday. The eight-acre site at the East River is New York City’s first new marina to open in 50 years. Singapore-based conglomerate SUTL Enterprise, led by chairman and CEO Arthur Tay, developed its $28 million project.

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Sea Technology Magazine – New York City Develops Marina For Recreation and Education

May 6, 2019

New York City is rediscovering its waterfront roots—thanks in part to an eight-acre marina that has taken shape at the mouth of the East River, between Piers 4 and 5 at Brooklyn Bridge Park: ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina.

As the first construction of its kind on the N.Y. Harbor in over 50 years, ONE°15 Brooklyn, opening at full capacity this spring, came with a price tag of more than $28 million and involved massive infrastructure work.

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Brooklyn Paper – Soft opening: Singaporean developer unveils new marina at Brooklyn Bridge Park

May 8, 2019

They’re setting sail.

A Singaporean developer has opened a new private marina in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Conglomerate SUTL Group has started the soft opening of its ONE°15 Brooklyn Marina — its first such project in the U.S. — on eight acres of waterfront between piers 4 and 5 at the price tag of more than $28 million this month and will fully open the wharf in June, which will berth up to 100 boats and offer space for casual captains at the first new marina in decades, according to its developer.

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6SQFT – The city’s first marina in 50 years is coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park

May 6, 2019

New Yorkers will soon have more opportunities to reconnect with the waterfront as the city’s first new marina in 50 years is set to start operating at full capacity this spring in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Managed by Singapore-based conglomerate SUTL, the ONE°15 marina will accommodate over 100 boats ranging from 30 to 200 feet in length. In the works since 2015, the eight-acre facility between Piers 4 and 5 cost $28 million and involved the collaboration of multiple city, state, and federal agencies to complete the complex infrastructure work required.

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Land8 – NYC’s First New Marina in Over 50 Years Opens in Brooklyn Heights

April 26, 2019

As the first new marina on the New York Harbor in over 50 years, ONE°15 Brooklyn, opening at full capacity May 1, is a multi-million-dollar project involving massive infrastructure work. Altogether, ONE°15, located between former shipping piers, has singlehandedly reminded New Yorkers that its boroughs’ waterfront, traditionally zoned for a clustering of logistics and storage facilities, can be accessed and enjoyed.

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