Preserve Maritime History With Baymens' Plates


Drive with plates on your car that feature the old Tucker's Island lighthouse and a Canada Goose decoy and show other drivers that you are helping preserve the legacy of the Jersey Shore Baymen who were boat builders, charter boat captains, decoy carvers, lifesavers, clammers and oystermen.

Revenue from the Baymen's plates supports the Barnegat Bay Decoy and Baymen's Museum and the future Tuckerton Seaport Project in Ocean County. The planned 28-building Maritime Cultural Village will be dedicated to interpreting and preserving this priceless piece of New Jersey heritage.