New Jersey Clean Marina Program Now Supports 50 Certified Local Establishments!
The New Jersey Clean Marina Program is a voluntary, incentive-based initiative that encourages marinas to adopt environment-friendly business practices to reduce pollution in local waterbodies. The NJCMP is managed by the Coastal Management Office of the NJDEP and has entered into a formal agreement with the Extension Program to carry out additional tasks such as outreach to marina owners, yacht clubs and boatyards, coordination of educational workshops and provision of technical assistance.
The following marinas have been certified as New Jersey Clean Marinas by the New Jersey Clean Marina Program
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS MUNICIPAL MARINA MARINE MAX (BRANT BEACH)
BAKERS MARINA ON THE BAY YACHT CLUB MARINE MAX (BRICK)
BAYWOOD MARINA MARINE MAX (LAKE HOPTACONG)
BRENNAN BOAT COMPANY MARINE MAX (SOMERS POINT)
BRIDGE MARINA MORGAN MARINA
BROWN’S BOAT YARD MUNRO’S MARINA
CLARK’S LANDING MARINA NEW LIBERTY LANDING MARINA
CURTIN MARINA OCEAN GATE YACHT BASIN
DEEP WATER LANDING MARINA PERTH AMBOY HARBORSIDE MARINA
DILLON’S CREEK MARINA PIER 47 MARINA
FORKED RIVER STATE MARINA QUEEN CITY MARINA
GARDEN STATE YACHT SALES ROBBIES LOVELADIES MARINA
GOOD LUCK POINT MARINA SCHOONER ISLAND MARINA
GREEN COVE MARINA SHARK RIVER MUNICIPAL MARINA
HAGLER’S MARINA INC SHERMAN’S BOAT BASIN
HARBOR VIEW CLUB AND MARINA SHORE HAVEN YACHT CLUB
HOBBY LOBBY MARINE SHORE POINT MARINA
JERSEY SHORE MARINA BOATS SILVER CLOUD HARBOR MARINA
KAMMERMAN’S ATLANTIC CITY MARINA SOUTHWICKS MARINA
KEY HARBOR MARINA SPENCER’S BAYSIDE MARINA
LEAMINGS MARINA, INC SPRING GARDEN MARINA
LEONARDO STATE MARINA THE MARINA AT TALL OAKS
LIGHTHOUSE MARINA TWIN LIGHTS MARINA
LOCKWOOD BOAT WORKS VIKING YACHTING CENTER
LONG KEY YACHT CLUB AND MARINA WILBERT’S MARINA
For more contact information on each marina listed above, please click here.
Each facility has successfully implemented sufficient best management practices, earning a Clean Marina score of at least 80%, thus demonstrating a commitment to protecting water quality and coastal resources by preventing and reducing nonpoint sources of pollution. Congratulations to all on your effort and success!
Contact: Michael Danko