CIVIC
Safety
  - Vessel Safety Check-VSC
  - Required Equipment
      - PFDs
      - Distress Signals
      - Fire Extinguishers
      - Lights and Sounds
      - Other Equipment
  - Local Notice to Mariners
  - Cooperative Charting
  - Flags
  - Aids to Navigation
Comm. Involvement
  - Public Boating Classes
  - Safe Boating Week
  - Environmental Issues

  - Boat Shows
  - Parades
  - Safety Demonstrations
  - Blessing of the Fleet

Useful Info.
  - Pump Out Facilities
  - Coast Guard Stations
  - Town Offices
  - Alphabet Soup
  - Links / Contacts

EDUCATION

FRATERNAL


CIVIC

The United States Power Squadron
and locally Peconic Bay Power Squadron
consider community involvement
and community service
a vital part of our mission.
In fact it's a civic duty.
The Squadron and its members can and should
share collected knowledge and experience
with the public in an effort to increase safety
and boating enjoyment for everyone.

Select a topic from the list on the left
to learn more.

Peconic Bay Power Squadron helped Southold Town
equip their new pump out boat and train its crew.
Pictured above are
Southold Trustee Dave Bergen; Matt-a-Mar Marina owner Michael Raynor;
Cutchogue Harbor Marina owner Michael Irving; Sea Tow owner Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer;
Peconic Bay Power Squadron Commander Fred Smith & Executive Officer Peter Young;
and Southold Supervisor Scott Russell.