Tuesday, August 4, 5:00pm – The boats and our facilities appear to have been spared any damage. While we still don’t have power, internet, and phones at all facilities, we do plan to gather all staff in the morning to asses how we can begin reopening. A major part of the reopening will be returning your boat to your dock, so we need to hear from you.PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO UPDATE US: https://atlanticmarine.com/storm/post-storm-customer-update/Please take a moment to use the form above, as opposed to replying directly to this e-mail. Thank your for your continued business and patience during this busy time for us.
Sunday, August 2, 10:20am – We have concluded hauling boats for this storm. Please be on the lookout for an e-mail from us, following the storm, so that your can respond with post-storm direction for your boat. Visit our Meet the Staff page for direct contact for most of our staff and management.
Saturday, August 1, 8:30am – We are currently hauling boats for our customers. Please know we are working down an extensive list. If you need us to help you with your boat, the best way to get us your information is to register for our waiting list. CLICK HERE. Our staff and management is constantly review that list. Thank you, and stay safe!-JTD
Friday, July 31, 2:40pm – Customers who participated in our 2019-2020 PCG Winter Storage program should have received an e-mail about storm storage. Please review that e-mail and take the necessary action. If you participated in our PCG Winter Storage program and did not receive an e-mail, please contact us at [email protected]. -JTD
Friday, July 31, 2:00pm – DRY STORAGE CUSTOMER UPDATE: We are monitoring Hurricane Isaias as it moves very quickly toward the US coast. Given the nature of this storm, and the limited time available to prepare for it, we are suspending fork lift service for launching boats as of 6:00pm today. Boat owners should come down and remove curtains, canvas, cushions, covers and anything else that may blow out of the boat during the storm. We will be glad to pull your boat down through noon on Saturday, August 1st to facilitate this. Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to prepare each customer’s boat, so you will need to come down or send someone on your behalf. Customers wishing to remove their boats from the marina for the storm should do so by Saturday, August 1st by noon. Please continue to watch www.atlanticmarine.com/storm for updates. Contact us at [email protected] with questions.Thank you for your understand and patience in the busy time and for your continued business.-JTD
Friday, July 31, 12:30pm – The Cape Fear region remains in the center of the cone of uncertainty for Hurricane Isaias. Due to the fast pace of this storm, forklift service will be suspended at the marina at 6:00pm today. Dry storage customers are encouraged to come down to the marina and remove canvas, cushions, curtains, and other loose items in their boats. We will be glad to pull your boat down until noon on Saturday to do this. Unfortunately, we don’t have the capacity to provide this service for you, so you’ll need to come, or send someone on your behalf. -JTD
Friday, July 31, 9:00am – We are monitoring Hurricane Isaias. Please watch this page for updates.-JTD
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