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Latest PBBA News
Nearly 7 years post Sandy, federal funds will help repair Prince’s Bay marina
2019 Opening Day Photos
There is plenty of water on low tides for safe return and exit of all vessels.
Kids Don’t Float (view gallery)
Observation - KILN6 - Atlantic Coast at Great Kills (New York)
Flood Categories Primary (ft) Action : Not Set Minor : 7.2 ft Moderate : 8.2 ft Major : 9.2 ft Secondary (kcfs) Action : Not Set Minor : Not Set Moderate : Not Set Major : Not Set Gauge Data Latest Observation Category: Normal Latest Observation: 4.32 ft Latest Observation (Secondary): […]
SI News Headlines
Land conservation group petitions to stop new housing development
on 10th November 2019 at 12:38 am
Protectors of Pine Oak Woods have started a petition in the hopes a developer will scrap plans to build a housing development in Great Kills. […]
Staten Island veterans receive quilts ahead of Veterans Day
on 10th November 2019 at 12:25 am
Members of the Staten Island Quilters’ Guild visited residents at The Esplanade in Bulls Head on Friday to give out quilts. […]
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Princess Bay Boatmen’s Association Inc., The club has approx. 80 members and will also rent to non-members.
Members compete in club- sponsored fishing contests.
175 Johnston Terrace, call (718) 605-3543 or (718) 356-1898.
In 1934 a group of men, including some members of the now-defunct Prince’s Bay Yacht Club, private dock owners, clammers, sport fishermen and commercial fishermen operating out of Lemon Creek came together to form the Prince’s Bay Boatmen’s Association (PBBA). The purpose of the club was to promote seamanship and support both sport and commercial fishing by protecting the surrounding environment and ensuring a navigable waterway.