Tarrytown Marina survives Sandy

Boats lay strewn around the Washington Irving Boat

Boats lay strewn around the Washington Irving Boat Club on the Hudson River in Tarrytown after Tropical Storm Sandy flooded the area. All boats were accounted for. (Nov. 1, 2012) Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Washington Irving Boat Club on the Hudson River in Tarrytown was one of many marinas flooded by Tropical Storm Sandy. Water from the Hudson overflowed onto dry land, dislodging several boats and scattering them throughout the property, and even down the street. (Nov. 1, 2012)

Boats lay strewn around the Washington Irving Boat
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Boats lay strewn around the Washington Irving Boat Club on the Hudson River in Tarrytown after Tropical Storm Sandy flooded the area. All boats were accounted for. (Nov. 1, 2012)

Boats lay strewn around the Washington Irving Boat
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Boats lay strewn around the Washington Irving Boat Club on the Hudson River in Tarrytown after Tropical Storm Sandy flooded the area. All boats were accounted for. (Nov. 1, 2012)

Washington Irving Boat Club Vice Commodore Bill Petrovich,
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Washington Irving Boat Club Vice Commodore Bill Petrovich, of Sleepy Hollow, steps out of the office at the club in Tarrytown while cleaning after Hurricane Sandy flooded the area. (Nov. 1, 2012)

Boats from the Washington Irving Boat Club lay
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Boats from the Washington Irving Boat Club lay strewn, in this case beyond the property to Green Street in Tarrytown, after Tropical Storm Sandy flooded the area. All boats were accounted for. (Nov. 1, 2012)

Washington Irving Boat Club Vice-Commodore Bill Petrovich of
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Washington Irving Boat Club Vice-Commodore Bill Petrovich of Sleepy Hollow works on cleaning the office at the club in Tarrytown after Tropical Storm Sandy flooded the area. (Nov. 1, 2012)

Boats lay strewn around the Washington Irving Boat
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Boats lay strewn around the Washington Irving Boat Club on the Hudson River in Tarrytown after Tropical Storm Sandy flooded the area. All boats were accounted for. (Nov. 1, 2012)

Tim Judge of EcoAssessment, the environmental consulting firm
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Tim Judge of EcoAssessment, the environmental consulting firm that services the Washington Irving Boat Club in Tarrytown, talks about Tropical Storm Sandy's effects. A forklift behind him is being used in moving displaced boats at the club. (Nov. 1, 2012)

Boats lay strewn around the Washington Irving Boat
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Boats lay strewn around the Washington Irving Boat Club on the Hudson River in Tarrytown after Tropical Storm Sandy flooded the area. All boats were accounted for. (Nov. 1, 2012)

Washington Irving Boat Club member Steve Schmidt of
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Washington Irving Boat Club member Steve Schmidt of Tarrytown stands by his boat, which was left undamaged after Tropical Storm Sandy flooded the area. Some other boat owners were not so lucky. (Nov. 1, 2012)

Linda Petrovich of Sleepy Hollow, bookkeeper at the
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

Linda Petrovich of Sleepy Hollow, bookkeeper at the Washington Irving Boat Club in Tarrytown, talks about the damage left by Tropical Storm Sandy. The flood level can be seen on the window next to her. (Nov. 1, 2012)

The New York City skyline is seen past
Photo Credit: Xavier Mascarenas

The New York City skyline is seen past docks at the Washington Irving Boat Club on the Hudson River in Tarrytown after Tropical Storm Sandy flooded the area. (Nov. 1, 2012)

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