2020 Fall COVID-19 Update
A letter from Manchester Marine Corporation General Manager Mike Cheney:
To Our Valued Customers,
In response to the recent uptick in cases of the COVID-19 virus, I would like to bring back some guidelines to protect you and the crew here at Manchester Marine. Effective today, our yard will be closed to the public until further notice. I ask that moving forward, you communicate with our office and your service manager via phone and e-mail. This includes outside sales from our stockroom.
Emily will be available by phone or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) to assist with questions and for credit card payments. If you choose to pay by check, please drop it in the mail. There is also a mail slot on the lobby door if you’d like to drop it off after-hours.
Our crew will continue with decommissioning and will begin to work on winter work projects.
If you have an absolute need to get aboard your boat, please call your service manager at least 24 hours prior to schedule an appointment.
I appreciate your cooperation in this matter. We will continue to evaluate the situation and adjust our policy accordingly. Stay healthy and enjoy the upcoming holiday season.
Mike Cheney, General Manager
Manchester Marine Corporation
2020 Spring Update
MMC has resumed operations in compliance with Governor Baker’s COVID-19 guidelines.
The Manchester Marine crew is working diligently to minimize delays with commissioning and launching customers’ vessels for the 2020 boating season. We ask that you join us in continuing to adhere to the Governor’s Executive Order as well as CDC guidelines while on Manchester Marine property.
The MMC Fuel Dock will be operating during normal summer hours starting this Memorial Day weekend.
- Fuel Dock hours:
- – Mon – Thurs: 7 am – 4 pm
- – Fri: 7 am – 7 pm
- – Sat – Sun: 8 am – 7 pm
- – Please note: May 25th, Memorial Day, we will be open 7 am – 4 pm