Registered boaters can use the SlipFinder app to locate a last minute reservation for a boat berth.
Need to order a pizza? Click on an app. Need to book a plane ticket? Click on an app for that, too.
Need to find an open slip at a marina while out on the water? Well, now there’s an app for that.
The app SlipFinder — a recent addition to the boating world designed by two Long Islanders — allows boaters to make last-minute accommodations from their smartphone. Several local marinas have signed on with the app this season, while others remain skeptical over its effectiveness.
Lawmakers are trying to grapple with the legal issues surrounding flyboarding and other similar water sports. (Credit: Paul Squire)
Since it launched earlier this summer in the Peconic River behind Treasure Cove Marina, Flyboard Long Island has been issued more than 20 summonses by Riverhead Town, which claims the use violates state navigation laws and other statute. (more…)
Maria Loja of Queens tries the Flyboard for the first time. (Credit: Paul Squire)
The newest extreme water sport has made its way to the Peconic River.
Flyboards, a water propelled jetpack powered by a Jetski, are now available to rent in downtown Riverhead.
Read more about it and watch a video of a Flyboard in action at northforker.com