Announcement | May 4, 2022
Hello! Welcome back all our cottagers and boaters!!
Can you believe that it has been well over half a year since you last saw us and your boat?
Lately, it’s been feeling like we should be putting boats away for the winter, not getting them out. Here’s hoping that warm sunny days are around the corner.
We know that the last couple of years we have asked a lot from each of you. Keep your distance, wear a mask, only two boats at a time getting gas, park with the fuel cap closest to the dock. The list seemed endless, but we’ll stop there for now.
Today we have a new request or rant. You can decide for yourself.
Some of you have already realized that the ice was not so forgiving when it melted this spring. If you have already requested your boat for the May long-weekend and you’re unable to make it to the cottage prior to, please have a friend or neighbour check on your dock situation to make sure it’s still there and secure enough for your boat.
Unfortunately, life sometimes get in the way and we understand that . . . we’re not that heartless. However, we ask that you please take a minute to realize that the time we spend on boats that don’t get picked up, is time we could have invested to get others into the water.
All our customers are important to us, but everyone needs to appreciate that we have more than just a handful of boats to get prepared in the spring. Inclement weather brings productivity to a crawl and not to mention that some boats may require a little less work and others will require a bit more to get them water ready . . . similar to their owners .
Having said all this, we are looking forward to seeing everyone again!
In the meantime, we ask that you be mindful and understanding if we are unable to meet your desired boat launching request.
Tyleen & Rod
Located on a quiet bay where Upper and Lower Paudash Lake meet; Paudash Lake Marina has been a family owned and operated business since 1972. Bill & Joan Ackerman built and operated the marina from 1972-1992 when it was then purchased by Des & Laraine Noblett who continued to successfully run it from 1992-2009. Current owners Tyleen & Rod Copland assumed ownership in 2009 after the retirement of Tyleen’s parents.
Proud Winner of the 2011
Service Excellence Award
for North Hastings