Pumpout Stations


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CLICK HERE for Marine Pumpout Requests (Oyster Bay Harbor only)

The Town of Oyster Bay provides pump-out service for Oyster Bay Harbor boaters Thursday through Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (extended hours and pump-out days will be available on Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day). The Town of Oyster Bay provides a self-service pump out barge that is available seven days a week twenty four hours a day. It is located at 40° 52‘ 56.90225” N,-73° 32‘ 14.33319” W.


Pumpout Boat

TOBAY Boat Basin

Theodore Roosevelt Marina

(516) 375-9864 or VHF Channel 9


Dockside Pumpout Station (Self Service)

TOBAY Boat Basin

Theodore Roosevelt Marina

Harry Tappen Marina


Pumpout Barge

Oyster Bay Harbor


All marine vessels in the following Bays must use pumpout stations, stationary or mobile, as the United States Environmental Protection Agency has designated them as “No Discharge Zones”.


Cold Spring Harbor
Hempstead Harbor
Long Island Sound (and embayments)
Oyster Bay Harbor
South Oyster Bay (TOBAY Region)


The Town’s Department of Environmental Resources maintains pumpout stations within Oyster Bay Harbor, Tappen Marina, and Joseph J. Saladino Memorial Marina at TOBAY. These free facilities make it convenient for boaters to discharge wastes in a manner that protects the delicate marine ecology of the harbor. Pump out vessels are available during the regular boating season.


In order to contact the pump out boats, use VHF Channel 9, or call (516) 375-9864.