Last updated 1 day 11 hours ago
YARMOUTH, ME - The U.S. Army Corps budgeted $3 million for the project to dredge silt from the river’s harbor. This long-awaited project is increasingly important for navigation safety, commercial fishing and the economic strength of the working waterfront in Yarmouth.
Yarmouth Boat Yard Owner and Chairman of the Harbor and Waterfront Committee, Steve Arnold, said “This will allow bigger boats up the river safely and strengthen the commerce of the working waterfront in Yarmouth.”
The dredging is expected to begin in the fall and will take approximately three to four weeks to complete.
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Maine Public Broadcasting: Funds approved for Yarmouth Harbor dredging
WGME13: Dredging money approved for Royal River
WMTW8: Dredging planned for Royal River
Contact Name: Steve Arnold
Contact Company/Organization: Yarmouth Boat Yard | Moose Landing Marina
Contact Telephone: 207.846.9050
Last updated 22 days ago
Yarmouth Boat Yard and Moose Landing Marina align with #1 manufacturer of mobile satellite TV and communications systems
Yarmouth, ME – Yarmouth Boat Yard (http://www.yarmouthboatyard.com) and Moose Landing Marina (http://www.mooselandingmarina.com) announced today they have partnered with Navtronics Marine Group to offer KVH satellite and communications systems.
Steve Arnold, Owner said “Navtronics allows us to offer creative solutions specific to our customers needs. This technology offers our customers the ability to provide a safe and enjoyable experience on the water as a reliable back-up system. Boaters can keep in touch with loved ones or bring the office to the ocean.”
Yarmouth Boat Yard | Moose Landing Marina
Since 1948, Yarmouth Boat Yard has been serving the people of Maine with quality boats, service, and dry and wet dock storage. We are a Top 10 and Flagship dealer for Pursuit boats. In 2013 we were named the Dealer of the Year for Eastern boats. Moose Landing Marina is the largest on-water boating facility in the entire Sebago Lakes region specializing in new and pre-enjoyed boats.
Navtronics Marine Group
A New England based full-service marine outfitting group run by people who love boats and all the accessories that go with them. For the last 20 years Navtronics been helping our customers select, buy, install and service the right Electronics and Safety equipment for the job.
Steven Arnold | Owner
Yarmouth Boat Yard & Moose Landing Marina
72 Lafayette Street | Yarmouth ME 04096
P 207.846.9050 | F 207.847.9390 | C 207.232.5792
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Last updated 1 month ago
Bangor Daily News: Calling all lobstermen who want to star in a reality TV show!
A New York-based multimedia firm headed by “Today” show weather anchor Al Roker is seeking to develop a new reality or documentary TV show that would showcase lobster fishermen in Maine. [ Read More ]
Last updated 1 month ago
New England Boat Show iPad mini Giveaway Saturday, February 22nd - Sunday, March 2nd. Visit our inventory online at MooseLandingMarina.com and YarmouthBoatYard.com and visit us at our booths: #2822 - Parti Kraft (pontoon boats), #1804 - Mooba (ski boats), #2014 - Eastern (Downeast style boats) and $2434 - Regal (cruiser boats).
Official Giveaway Rules
1.The iPad mini™ Giveaway is offered to any legal resident of the United States, eighteen (18) years of age or older who “purchases” any new boat from Yarmouth Boat Yard (“YBY”) or Moose Landing Marina (“MLM”) within 48hrs of the last day of the boat show which YBY and MLM participated. A “purchase” is defined when a deposit and contract is received within 48 hours of the show end day. One (1) iPad mini™ per purchase. Employees, officers, directors, agents, representatives, and immediate family and household members of Yarmouth Boat Yard and Moose Landing Marina (“Marina”), its affiliated companies and its advertising and promotion agencies are not eligible to participate in the Giveaway.
2.The item will be delivered within approximately two (2) weeks after all required proof and documentation is received at the closing of the boat purchase. Marina is not responsible for lost, late, damaged or mishandled Giveaway items, contracts and deposits.
3.iPad mini™ engraved with a Marina “thank you” message with an approximate retail value of $299.00. No transfer, substitution, or cash equivalent will be given, provided however, Marina may, at its sole discretion, substitute a gift of equal or greater value.
4.By participating in the Giveaway, each entrant agrees to abide by and be bound by all of these Official Contest Rules and the decisions of the Promotions Director (“Owner”). All decisions regarding the Contest will be made by the Owner, whose decisions shall be final. The Owner may prohibit an entrant from participating in this Giveaway, at his/her sole discretion, if, in the opinion of the Owner, the entrant fails to abide by these rules, or otherwise acts (i) in a non-professional or inappropriate manner, (ii) with an intent to annoy, abuse, threaten, or harass any other entrant or Marina, its affiliated companies or its advertising and promotion agencies, or (iii) in any other disruptive manner. The winner is solely responsible for all applicable federal, state, and local taxes, and may be required to complete a W-9 taxpayer identification form. All federal, state, and local laws apply. By participating in the Giveaway, each entrant agrees to release and hold Marina and its affiliated companies harmless from any and all losses, damages, rights, claims, and actions of any kind in connection with the Giveaway or resulting from acceptance, possession, or use of any giveaway item, including, without limitation, personal injuries, death, and property damage, and claims based on any libel, slander, illegal competition or trade practice, violation of rights of privacy, infringement of copyrights or other rights of third parties.
Last updated 1 month ago
MaineBiz: Scallop restrictions set for Down East Maine
The Maine Department of Marine Resources has implemented new conservation closure rules for scallops in Cobscook Bay and the St. Croix River.
The new measures, implemented through emergency rulemaking, went into effect Friday. They come about a week after the agency imposed other restrictions on harvesting scallops that included closures in six other parts of the state... [Read More]