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I've never heard of "West Chester" NY.
There's Westchester, a rough part of Bronx County, a part of NYC, where the only mooring would be on the Bronx River. IIRC there's one rather industrial small boat yard behind a fuel oil company, one of the most, ah, unattractive places you'd ever take a boat.
So he probably means "Westchester County", the first county north of NYC on the mainland, which encompasses a lot of boaters and harbors. And some towns with a lot of poverty, not just the rich. But boating is big business up there, there are lots of eyes in the marinas and not many places to just drop a hook. Would you park a car in any major US city without locking it up? Right, same thing for a boat.
Or, there's Westchester County,