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    Long Wharf Pier

    Welcome to Long Wharf Pier
    Home of the Schooners Amistad & Quinnipiack

    Long Wharf Pier is home to the historic schooner replica "Amistad".
    Amistad America provides public and private sails and tours throughout the season.

    Long Wharf Pier is also home of the historic schooner "Quinnipiack". Schooner Inc. provides seasonal public and private sails on the historic Quinnipiack and marine environmental programs for schools and organizations.

    Long Wharf Pier 1 Long Wharf Pier 2

    Docking/Facilities

    Water/Pump-out Facilities
    Electrical; Shore Power
    Seatech Doc sider Power pedestal 200 A Rated
    100A 240V receptacles
    50A 240V receptacles
    30A 240V receptacles

    Parking, Bus and Taxi Service just a short walk from Long Wharf Pier.

    Easy access to I-91/I-95, taxi and bus service, downtown shopping, fine restaurants, theater, arts, lodging, Yale University, museums, and rail service.

    Long Wharf Pier 3 Long Wharf Pier 4

    Policies & Fees

    Docking Charge/Fee's
    $5 per ft. per day, includes utilities

    Mooring Charge/Fee's
    $3 Per foot per day

    SPACE IS LIMITED CALL Dock Master H. Peter Shmigelsky, City of New Haven for reservations.
    203 946-6780 or email pshmigel@newhavenct.net

    The City of NH requires a certificate of liability insurance prior to admission at Long Wharf Pier
    "naming the city of NH as co-insured" .

    A 50% deposit is required prior to vessel arrival. The balance due upon arrival. All fee's are payable to the City of New Haven. Credit cards Visa/Master Card are excepted or cashier's check .

    Dock Policy
    Owners/crew members may work onboard the vessel only. In no instance shall any Owner/sub-contractor/crew members be allowed to work outside of the vessel without prior specific permission of the Dock Master, City of New Haven.

    No service or maintenance work is allowed by owners/sub-contractor at the pier without the express consent and permission of the Dock Master, City of New Haven.

    Owners/crew members shall be subject to all Health and Safety (OSHA) regulations.

    No vehicles are allowed on the pier. No refueling at the pier.

       

     

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