J&S Marine
J&S Marine

Where to Find Us:

Latitude 43 7' 34''
Longitude -76 15' 51''


Hours of Operation

Spring Hours:

Monday thru Sunday: 8:30am-5pm

Summer Hours:

Monday thru Sunday: 8am- 5pm

Winter Hours:

Monday thru Friday: 8:30am-3pm

Saturdays: 8:30 - 1

Sundays: Closed

J&S Marine
3558 Hayes Rd.
Baldwinsville, NY 13027


Phone: 315 622-1095

Fax: 315-622-2411

Email: jandsmarine@aol.com

Boaters' Information Guide

The Safe Skipper's Pledge

  • I will assist those in need, and report any boating accident in which I'm involved.
  • My boat will have USCG approved life jackets, of the proper size, in good condition and readily accessible.
  • I will operate in a safe and careful manner, never recklessly, and never while under the influence.
  • I will understand and follow the Rules of the Road.
  • I will take a boating safety course.
  • I will carry the proper equipment while underway, always in good condition and always readily accessible.
  • Navigation aids serve as the road signs of the water. I will understand and obey them
  • I will understand and follow the legal requirements for operating a personal watercraft.
  • I will remember to follow the rules of safe boating, whether I am pulling skiers or tubers, skin diving, fishing or hunting.
  • If my boat has a motor, I will register it with the Department of Motor Vehicles. 

 

NY State Canals  May 1 - November 15, 2013

Access a wide variety of information for boaters, including navigation information and current canal conditions.

 

NY State Waterways Speed Limits

Mariners should obey posted speed limit signs. Speed limit signs are posted at strategic locations throughout the Canal System, including at every lock location, to indicate the maximum allowable speed ahead for that section. These speed limits do not relieve a mariner of his or her responsibility to navigate with caution and prudence, and in compliance with Coast Guard Inland Navigation Rules, New York state Navigation Law and Canal Corporation Rules and Regulations and any other applicable law. Mariners should extend other boaters every courtesy, and come to a no wake speed when passing or meeting other vessels underway on the Canal System.

 

2013 NYS Boater's Guide

A Handbook of registration, operation and safety information for the prudent boater. 

 

NYS Boating

New York State Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation website offers a wide variety of boating education, boating safty, resources, marine law enforcement, and navigational laws for use on all NYS waterways. 

 

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