Jim Malone
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"Haverstraw marina is located between the Tappan Zee Bridge and the Bear Mountain Bridge"
Jun 12, 2021
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SEAS Bergen Spring Picnic at Haverstraw Marina

June 19, 2021 from 10am to 5pm
SEAS Bergen Picnic   Meet the 27 foot Catalina  Lunch served at 12 Noon   Rides on the club Boat 27 foot Zephyr$25 per person$40 couple/familySee More
Jun 12, 2021
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SEAS Bergen

We sail on the Hudson River and Greenwood LakeMost of our members come from Bergen and Rockland CountyWE have a new website More
Apr 26, 2021

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West Haverstraw, New York
About Me:
I am a membe of Seas-Bergen and Seas-Westchester. I sail on a 27 Catalina named Zephyr..I am skipper as well as crew on this fine sailing boat... What got me interested in sailing was sailing under the Golden Gate Bridge in san Francisco.
Current location:
West Haverstraw. Nyack, and Tarrytown area
Destinations visited:
Annapolis, San Francisco, Booth Bay Harbor, New London, Perth Amboy, Barneget Bay, Long Island Sound, Hudson River
Looking to:
Looking for fellow sailors in the Tri-State Area.

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SEAS Bergen

Posted on April 26, 2021 at 12:58pm 1 Comment

We sail on the Hudson River and Greenwood Lake

Most of our members come from Bergen and Rockland County

WE have a new website

SEAS-Bergen Monthly meeting

Posted on June 10, 2012 at 9:47pm 0 Comments

SEAS-Bergen is holding a monthly meeting at the Ridgewood Red Cross in Ridgewood, NJ on June 27th @7:15.  Hope you can make it to the meeting  info

Even James bond knows how to sail!!!

Posted on September 8, 2010 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

Even James bond knows how to sail!!! Casino Royale sailing scene.

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At 9:31am on August 26, 2012, Sigrid Frawley said…

Nice web apge, Jim. Please add the $ and contacts for the picnic. We don't want a bunch of hungry people unexpected. Thanks for sharing the word. Sigrid

At 8:07am on June 3, 2012, Bruce Bogdanoff said…

hi Jim, Thanks for the request. I am sailing on Chesapeake Bay. Although I have taken Final Lee up to Nantucket on her first year of ownership and last year around the Delmarva Pennisula. So far so good.


At 8:37am on April 11, 2012, sailorgirlca said…

Hi Jim:  thx for your friend request...looking forward to chatting about boats and sailing with you.   Years ago while working for a US company was interviewing for a job in NJ...did search out the Haverstraw Marina but as the job fell through never did move down there.  I currently live in Ottawa, Canada and keep my boat in Kingston at the eastern end of Lake Ontario right at the entrance to the St. Lawrence River and 1'000 Islands area.  Is a lovely area but mostly motoring....gotta go out into the lake for good sailing.

At 8:15pm on April 9, 2012, Marlene Anne Sassaman said…

Wow, Jim, you are a great find. I've had many a fine lobster dinner at Bahr's with my parents. What I really remember was their bread puffs. Hm, yum. I will call them to get more information. There website shows they have a transient dock, but I am sure my budget would do better anchoring. Any information you can garner for me is appreciated. Thanks,


At 5:14pm on April 9, 2012, Marlene Anne Sassaman said…

Hi Jim and Welcome Aboard,,,,

I will be sailing up your way this summer. Should be arriving by June 10. Problem is finding a suitable place to anchor for about a week until I begin my return trip back to Florida. I am hoping to anchor in Sandy Hook. Any information you can provide would be great.

At 1:39pm on April 2, 2012, Sigrid Frawley said…

I already joined SEAS group...Jeff has approved me.


At 1:08am on March 29, 2012, Nia said…

Thanks for the friend request.

At 11:17am on December 23, 2011, LOLA gave Jim Malone a gift
My 2 kitties will autograph their first book for you. Did you know they sell their art on Ebay?
At 7:49am on November 28, 2011, Kate O Donovan said…

Thanks Jim ...only starting! ...Will fly to Portugal next Summer to visit marinas ..hope to move my boat south ..the Irish weather is challenging to say the least! Great photos ..was looking at them yesterday ...just guessing but with a name like Malone must be some Irish blood there somewhere? Cheers 

At 1:27pm on November 27, 2011, Ann Marie said…

Great, thanks Jim. Likewise if you're in T.O., lot's of great sailing on the Lake! :-)


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