What Mooring Service Providers are authorized by the Harbor Division?

Currently, there are five: 

  • Aquidneck Mooring
  • Pleasant Street Wharf
  • Rhode Island Mooring Services
  • Shoreline Diving Services
  • The Mooring Man

All mooring installations and inspections must be done by a Mooring Service Provider approved by the Harbor Division. Self installations and inspections are not allowed.

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1. How do I get a mooring in North Kingstown?
2. How do I get on the Waiting List for a town mooring or space at the town wharf?
3. Does the Town maintain any transient moorings?
4. What Mooring Service Providers are authorized by the Harbor Division?
5. Can I rent my mooring?
6. I don't have a boat anymore - can I let my friend use my mooring?
7. Why can't I let my friend use my mooring if I'm not using it?
8. How often does my mooring need to be inspected?
9. What size mooring do I need for my boat?
10. I just bought a new boat and don't have a place to keep it - what do you suggest?
11. I am buying a larger boat - can I keep it on my old mooring?
12. I used to have a 35 foot boat on my mooring. For several years now I have had a 20 foot boat. Can I go back to a 35 foot boat?
13. I just bought a house that comes with a "deeded" mooring. What do I do?
14. If my boat breaks down, will the Harbormaster tow me in?
15. Can I install my mooring myself?
16. When does my child need to wear his / her life jacket?
17. Do I need a certificate to operate a motorboat?
18. Do I need a license to operate a Personal Watercraft?
19. What happens if I don't use my mooring in accordance with the Harbor Management Plan?