ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – The harbor employees and Miller Salvage Co. personnel have made a great amount of progress in lifting boats that were knocked off stands and placing them back on stands,

We are in the process of hauling boats that are still floating in slips before the noreaster impacts our area Wedensday.

Those boat owners who have received a phone call advising you that your boat was lifted and placed back on stands, will be allowed to enter the yard  beginning Friday to check your boat pending any further damage from the noreaster.

Important: When you come to check your boat you must bring a copy of a valid declaration page of the insurance policy for your boat. Please give it to harbor personnell at the access point behind the Shore Casino. 

If you have not received a call advising you your boat has been lifted, please do not come to the harbor. No one will be permitted in until your boat has been lifted and you have been notified.

You  must have  your Harbor Access Card to show the police officer and harbor security guard to be allowed to enter the harbor and the storage yard. If you do not have an access card, please stop at the harbor office before going to the harbor.

We are trying to keep things well organized and doing everything possible to protect your property.

The harbor office has been relocated to Borough Hall at 100 First Avenue, and the harbor office phone number, 732 291-1670, will transfer you to the Borough’s autoprompt message, then press 5 to be transferred to the harbor office. We will be open 7 days a week from 8:30am till 4:30pm to assist you during this emergency.

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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...