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The Association of Marine Industries (AMI)
ABOUT US The Association of Marine Industries (AMI) has been promoting a better quality of life for LI boaters for over twenty-five years. We are a non-profit trade organization consisting of over 135 marine related businesses dedicated to enhancing the Long Island boating public’s enjoyment of our clean coastal waters. The AMI organization and its members join together to exchange ideas and information for the benefit and education of its Long Island boating members, the community and the environment. Read the Association of Marine Industries Mission Statement to obtain a better feel for what we are all about. Register today for the NYS Boating Safety Certification Course through the AMI. View the many Long Island boating education courses offered in cooperation with the AMI and Western Suffolk Boces – get hands-on learning in the field of marine services and technology. Did you know … Twelve thousand free AMI LI Boater’s Guides are published and distributed yearly? www.boatli.org, AMI’s website, offers tips on Long Island boating safety, clean boating, guidelines for seamanship and dealing with commercial vessels, as well as links to marine forecasts? The Clean Marina Website was created through the coordinating efforts of New York Seagrant, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the AMI, and that the site has information on ecologically sound practices for marina owners and LI boaters, as well as access to governmental guidelines and forms? The AMI established Long Island Marine Technical Educational Council as a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education for the marine industry with a Marine Technician Specialist Program offered in cooperation with Western Suffolk BOCES? Representatives of AMI work with the Peconic Estuary Citizens Advisory Committee, the South Shore Estuary Citizens Advisory Committee, Boater’s Advisory Council of the Office of Parks and Recreation, Long Island Works, BOCES Advisory Committee, Local Waterfront Citizens Advisory Committees, and representation in Albany through the Empire State Marine Trade Association? The Riverhead Town Board worked with AMI on proposed revision to docks and bulk heading requirements? The AMI actively campaigns for dredging, which improves LI boaters’ safety and the health of the bays? Capitol Group, lobbyist for the AMI, monitors bills of interest to the marine industry and therefore, LIboaters? Members of AMI have been instrumental in drafting language for, and shaping, policy while fighting for Long Island boating rights and actively attending to boaters’ needs? AMI members attend yearly meetings in Albany with legislators to keep them informed of the issues important to the marine industry and recreational boaters? Education, conservation, and legislation in relation to the marine industry and to Long Island boating are the main priorities of this organization? The AMI is a member of ESMTA (Empire State Marine Trades Association), the statewide marine trades association. The ESMTA seeks to promote the recreational boating industry throughout New York State, encouraging the safe and proper use of boats, marine accessories, and facilities through means consistent with the public interest and welfare.By joining ESMTA, your membership is a cooperative partnership advancing the marine trades industry in New York State. As a member, you lend your voice to the common cause of recreational boating and enable the organization to advocate more effectively in support of the industry.Along with our Industry Members, ESMTA is happy to have recreational boaters join our ranks and sign up to receive updates on legislative matters and issues that effect boaters and their rights. Visit www.boatnys.com to learn more. A.M.I. Officers & A.M.I. Board Of Directors Vincent R. Pesce, President VRP Insurance Eric Kreuter, Vice President Moriches Boat & Motor Peter Mendelman, Secretary Seacoast Enterprises Debra Tennyson-Feinstein, Treasurer Aldrich Boatyard Amanda Murphy, Executive Secretary       Ron Alcus, Alcus Marine Technical Services Bob Blessee, The Fisherman Conrad Kreuter, Moriches Boat & Motor Will Lieblein, Port of Egypt Marina Nick Sinclair, Leeward Cove Glen Spencer, Awlgrip/Interlux Yacht Paint Pat Welch, Lighthouse Marine Supply  
Bob Blesse
DEMO ACCOUNT LAURA LEE FLEET
Laura Lee & the Laura Lee Express are Captree's Fishiest Party Boats Captain Neil Delanoy and his Laura Lee crew have been fishing the waters of Great South Bay and Fire Island since 1974. Starting with the Lady Ann and Casey Lee, then the Laura Lee and now adding the new fast Laura Lee Express. Both boats are Coast Guard Inspected and approved with the latest safety, navigation and fish finding equipment. Both boats have individual rod holders for 92 fisherman and although both boats are licensed for 130 passengers we limit the trips depending on the type of fishing to between 18 and 80 fishermen. Purchase Tickets " 2020 Rates " Note: Please leave a note to seller at chekout specifying the date and time of trip your attending. Example: 06/01/2020 7am-12pm Note: Please have either a print out of your ticket receipt or your smartphone to show at time of boaring. Laura Lee  7am-12pm | 1pm-5pm | 6pm-11pm Adult / Senior : $55 Child: $45 Laura Lee Express 6am-4pm Adult / Senior : $100 Child: $75  
Bob Blesse
Combs Bait and Tackle
74 West Merrick Road Amityville, N.Y. 11071 Phone: 631-264-3525 www.combsbaitntackle.com   Welcome to Combs Bait & Tackle Combs Bait and Tackle has been here since the early 1940’s. Billy used to ride his bike here and would always dream of not only owning a bait and tackle shop but of owning this one. In 1989, Bill and his wife Denise bought their dream. Not only has Bill lived and fished locally all his life but is also a licensed captain who ran charter for 13 years running many charters including the 62′ Hatteras “El Cid” out of Freeport. He has fished offshore, inshore, fresh water and salt and is more than happy to share all of his knowledge with you. Combs Bait and Tackle is a family run business. At any time you may find Bill or Denise running the store with help from their daughters Victoria or Chrissy, or their grandchildren.
Bill Witchey
Benjamin J. Treadwell
Bob Blesse
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Source 1 Marine
Source 1 Marine, our customers come first. Our mission statement is: "Building lasting relationships with our partners and employees while serving the recreational and travel community. Our core values shall be based on Honesty and Integrity and Service to the Community." Why Purchase from Your Local Dealer? Convenience - Close to home, your local dealer provides a wealth of knowledge regarding the product, as well as on-site inventory for you to tour and test drive prior to making your purchase. Relationships - Purchasing locally allows you to establish a relationship with your dealer representative providing you with the convenience of service and support when you need it. Service after the Sale - Many dealers put their purchasing customers first when it comes to getting your coach serviced. You will experience the value your local dealer can add to your purchase. Local Economy - Local purchases help to keep tax dollars and people at work in your community.
Bob Blesse
White Water Life
White Water Life 5500 Sunrise Hwy Sayville, NY 11782 Customer Service Email: customerservice@whitewaterlife.com Business Inquiries Email: sales@whitewaterlife.com
John Bauman
Bob Blesse