The former Money Island Marina property is no longer a public business. It is currently used by several private businesses and as a private residence while waiting for stabilization and sustainable redevelopment. The property is managed by Baysave Corporation, a 501(c )(3) New Jersey registered charity.
Guest use of the property and equipment is welcome under specific requirements. This guest policy is meant to assure safety and security. Use of facilities by guests presumes familiarity with and agreement to abide by this guest policy. The highlighted statements require guest response.
TEXT MESSAGE BASED – For convenience and efficiency, all guest communications are based on text messages so you must have a device capable of sending and receiving messages and we must know the number. Use 856-265-0306 (business text) or, if no response, use 856-237-9199 (personal cell) to reach Tony Novak via phone or text message. If you cannot send a text message, call instead.
4) IDENTIFICATION – We must have the identification of the responsible adult in each family or group of visitors. Please send a text message photo of your driver’s license one time before your first visit.
5) RELEASE OF LIABILITY – Marinas and waterways are dangerous. Our facilities are dangerous. We are not insured for these risks. You must assume responsibility for injury or property damage and hold us harmless. You must acknowledge this responsibility for all members of your group who travelled with you to Money Island. Text “I agree to abide by the guest policy” one time before your first visit.
6) DAILY NOTICE AND CONSENT – Send a text message each day before arriving. EXAMPLE TEXT MESSAGE: “This is Sam. I’ll be fishing with my kids on the deck this afternoon. We need bunker and ice and want to borrow two crab traps.”
7) NO COMMERCIAL OFFER, BUY/SELL/BARTER/TRADE – It is historically common for the members of this community to share resources, extra supplies, bait, food and drink. This is not a commercial arrangement. This is just a personal thank you by Tony Novak to the community for supporting Baysave.
8) WHAT’S AVAILABLE – In general, guests may use the property, cabin, boat launch, boats, kayaks, rafts, boat and kayak storage, fuel, boat launch, fishing and other equipment, fishing tackle, crab traps, toys, tools, water, snacks, safety equipment, decks, picnic areas, beach, barbecue grills, refrigerator/freezer, bait, ice, boat wash, undercarriage wash, as specifically agreed in daily notice and consent. It is common to share extra live bait and seafood but no assurance that these are always available. Always ask about availability of specific items. Do not use things without asking. Other businesses operating here may establish their own separate fees that are not part of this agreement. For example, we may host a boat rental business or charter boat business in the future. These services would not be covered by this guest policy.
9) WHAT’S NOT AVAILABLE – We cannot authorize or offer anything that requires a government permit, license, fee, inspection or tax. You are responsible for compliance with all applicable laws. You must complete your own saltwater fishing registry and obtain your own commercial or recreational fishing or harvesting licenses. We have the right to presume that you’ve determined that your actions are legal. We are not responsible for checking or offering an opinion.
10) CONSENT TO BROADCAST – You acknowledge that you are aware that members of the public and law enforcement officials can access the cameras that cover most of Money Island and that you consent to that broadcast.
11) CHANGES – This guest policy may change over time. This version is current as of 6/27/2021. Your use as a guest presumes that you have read and agree to the most current version published here.
12) REVOCATION OF GUEST PRIVILEGES – Guest privileges can be revoked at any time with or without cause.
13) GENERAL GOOD NEIGHBOR BEHAVIOR – Please follow the principle of the Golden Rule. Leave it better than you found it. Put things back in their place. Close gates. If you take something, replace it. Report any problem or if you notice anything broken or missing. Report any suspicious activity. Avoid damaged or dangerous situations. Please introduce (or reintroduce) yourself to others you see here so that we know who is visiting. We have an acceptable behavior policy to encourage civility. Please spread these rules if anyone seems to be unfamiliar.
We hope that you enjoy your visits and will speak with us with any concerns or suggestions.