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CBP Announces Temporary Closures - Small Boating Locations

Release Date: 
April 3, 2020

DETROIT – Based on the President’s determination, as part of U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP’s) continued effort to combat the spread of COVID-19 via travel across our borders, we are assisting Health and Human Services in implementing their authority under Title 42, U. S. Code 265 in accordance with existing Title 8 authority and prohibiting the entry of certain persons into the United States. 

Small boating locations Temporarily closed
Detroit Field Office announces the temporary closure of small boat reporting locations

Therefore, the Detroit Field Office announces the temporary closure of small boat reporting locations and reminds travelers that routine small vessel travel for pleasure is non-essential.

Effective immediately, the following small boating locations will be temporarily closed for CBP processing, and ROAM iPADs will not be installed, until further notice:

 

  • Mount Clemens - Metro Beach Public Marina
  • Detroit - Erma Henderson Park
  • Trenton - Elizabeth Park
  • Lexington – Lexington Harbor
  • Port Huron – River St. Marina
  • Algonac – Algonac Harbor Club
  • Sault Ste Marie – Kemp Marina
  • Drummond Island – Yacht Haven Marina
  • Rogers City – Municipal Marina
  • Mackinac Island                    

 

Should you have any questions please contact your local Small Boat Operations Center which can be found here: Detroit Field Office Small Boats

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Last modified: 
February 3, 2021