History & Description


Brooklyn Marina (Queens Recreational Boating Association) was formed in 1995 and incorporated as a non-profit society. The marina’s clubhouse, docks and other facilities were member built and are maintained by members with membership fees and dock fees providing the financial support for ongoing operations. Dock fees average $200 per year and the annual membership fee is $50. Boat ownership is not a requirement for membership.

The marina has 60 member dock spaces and a 300 foot dock with 8 foot low tide water depth for visiting boats. Moorings are also available. Visiting boat services include 15 & 30 amp power, water, bathroom and shower facilities and free Wi-Fi. The marina is located in a sheltered bay 3 miles from the headlands providing easy access for boats travelling the coast. The marina is adjacent to Brooklyn Waterfront Park and on the Lighthouse Route 3 close to the community of Liverpool.

Apart from the marina’s boating related activities, the marina strives to be a local community facility with economical membership fees. The clubhouse is used for marina social events and operational activities. The marina has a canteen which allows for canteen services and some dinner functions during the summer (subject to volunteer staff availability).



See: History of the Rover