New Dock logo above, this just in from Michael Folsom:
Clayton, New York (October 17, 2011) – The ShipWatcher, in conjunction with the Village of Clayton, unveiled today a new marking for the Thousand Islands Regional Dock in downtown Clayton in an effort to begin promotion of the dock and village.
The Thousand Islands Regional Dock is located in downtown Clayton at Frink Park and has hosted a wide variety of vessels in recent years. This past summer alone the dock hosted two tall ships, two US Coast Guard Cutters, numerous yachts, as well as regular visiting tugs from the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation. Looking ahead, the village hopes to attract small regional cruise ships. The 300-foot plus dock is intended for the use of large visiting vessels.
The Thousand Islands Regional Dock is a certified Port of Entry by the US Department of Homeland Security.
The new marking includes the iconic Calumet Island tower, which can be seen from the dock in Clayton; an anchor, which is a fixture in Frink Park; and rolling waves, which represent the St. Lawrence River. The logo concept was created by Michael Folsom and final design work was completed by LogoNerds.com.