Sodus Bay Fall 2016

We had a wonderful summer; one for the record books!

We were graced with hot days and warm nights perfect for boating. I had a great time meeting everyone this season and enjoyed the time I spent with all of you.  Please feel free to stop by and see me any time or send me an email at  I would like to hear how we are doing.

Sadly it’s now time to put away your pride and joy for winter. In the past we have always asked the customer for the L.O.A of the boat. Length overall can sometimes be confusing.  This needs to include the pulpits, swim platforms, bowsprits, dinghy’s or any other device that hangs off the boat. This becomes crucial so that we have enough room at our facility for everyone that wishes to store with us. I have asked the staff to measure all boats to get accurate measurements to update our records.

This fall season as we are packing up for winter, please make sure all of your items are labeled with your last name.  This includes trailers, tables, dock boxes, cradles, etc.  It helps us help you in the spring. I would like to do some maintenance on K-Dock this fall, so I will need  customers to remove their items before the end of October. Thank you for your help with this.

Here is to a safe and short winter season.

Doug Cleveland
General Manager


Bay Sails NY 2016 Fall Sail Check Over Special
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  • Sail Pickup*
  • Sail Inspection & Evaluation
  • Sail will be Folded & Stored for Winter
  • Sail Delivery* in Spring 2017

If the Sail is Repaired or Cleaned the $25 Fee will be Waived

*Sail Delivery is Available in Most Upstate NY Areas.

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Shop Talk Fall 2016

Katlynn Fall Newsletter 2016
This fall, I’m reaching into my old news letter file from the fall of 2006. This information was relevant then and just as important now.

At the start of each season, I’m asked to write a newsletter article and I always try to impart a little helpful knowledge to make your run into the new season a little easier. As I try to come up with a worthy subject I keep hearing that little voice in my head that says that what I really need to do is to remind everyone of all those important items that are related to a successful haul-out season. For those “old” customers, some of this may sound familiar. For those new customers, I hope some of this is new information and is helpful.


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