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HARBOR HAPPENINGS

2017 King Park Dinghy Rack Policy Change

1/30/17

Due to the high demand and popularity of the King Park Dinghy Rack, rack space will be allotted by a lottery system.  If you wish to obtain a space on the rack, you must enter the lottery.  Applications for rack space will be accepted Feb 1-Feb 28. The lottery drawing will take place on Monday, March 6th, 2017 at 9:00am at the Newport Harbormaster Office, 39 Americas Cup Avenue (Perrotti Park). Applications will be available online and in the office. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 401-845-5815. 

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Trash Skimmers Installed at Perrotti Park

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To learn more about the trash skimmer project, click the following link:

Trash Skimmers in Newport Harbor

Narragansett Bay Restricted Zones

July 19th, 2016: The Navy has published a press release regarding the restricted zone around the Newport Naval Base. Please read and share with others. Click link: #6 Narragansett Bay Restricted Zones

ANCHORAGE ORDINANCE CHANGE

In February 2014 the Newport City Council passed changes to the Newport Harbor Ordinance. The revised ordinance includes:

  • No vessel shall remain in the anchorage areas longer than 14 consecutive days and must vacate the anchorage areas for a minimum of 4 days between visits. No vessel will be permitted  to anchor in an anchoring area on a permanent basis.
  • If you plan to stay long term in Newport Harbor, you may wish to consider the following options:
    • Rent a mooring from the City or other commercial mooring providers
    • Rent a dock space at one of the many marinas in the harbor

 

MOORING WAITING LIST CHANGE

May 1, 2014- The Newport City Council passed changes to the City Harbor Ordinance Ch.12.28. The changes will effect all NON RESIDENTS on the Newport Mooring Waiting List.In an effort to maintain the 3:1 mooring ratio of residents (3) to non residents (1),  no new non resident mooring permits will be issued until the 3:1 ratio is achieved. Currently, more than 25% of the private moorings are NON RESIDENTS.

If you have questions regarding this change, please contact the Harbormasters Office for further information.

Click the link below to view the entire ordinance:

Newport Harbor Ordinance

 

 

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