Bellingham replaces N.Y. marina docks

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Bellingham Marine recently completed the replacement of the 20-year-old wooden docks at East Creek Marina in Riverhead, N.Y.

The marina offers 120 berths featuring concrete floating docks, with slips ranging from 20 to 30 feet. There is also a pumpout station, storage (outdoor, wet, and dry), some repair services, fuel, bait and tackle, and a marine store. The marina also attracts land lovers with its indoor/outdoor showers, picnic area, snacks, tennis court, restrooms, and parking area.

"Not only will boaters enjoy a first-class facility, but residents and visitors will be able to utilize the marina's numerous other amenities," said Jay Varga, Northeast sales manager for BMI, in a statement.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held April 18 to celebrate the official opening of East Creek.

Headquartered in Bellingham, Wash., BMI produces Unifloat saltwater systems, Unideck freshwater systems and Unistack dry storage systems for marinas worldwide.

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