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Docking & Dining (Click on the title to the left to view the entire guide)

July 29, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

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3 Coves for Autumn

3 Coves for Autumn

November 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

      Fall days may be shorter, but that’s no reason to stop boating. Take advantage of a sun-drenched day by taking a short-ish trip to a welcoming cove. The southeast part of Coecles Harbor is a wonderful place to drop anchor. Known as Cedar Island Cove, this is one of the protected areas […]

Dogs Welcome Here!

Dogs Welcome Here!

August 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

We’ve compiled a list of places that won’t frown on visits from Fido, at least some of the time. Owners should look for posted signs or call ahead before clambering off the boat with canine companions. Babylon Village: There are dog runs at Rotary Path and Whaler’s Cove. Poop bags are offered at Argyle Memorial […]

Walking Towards the Light

Walking Towards the Light

October 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

. Though Bob Allen doesn’t live in the past, he frequently experiences what it was like living in an early-20th-century lighthouse. Allen is a third-generation lighthouse keeper. His father and grandfather kept the Cedar Island Lighthouse for 17 years, and now Allen owns and maintains his own lighthouse in Long Beach. A member of the […]

Veg-Friendly Seaside Dining

Veg-Friendly Seaside Dining

August 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

In each issue, we share reviews of two restaurants.  We also provide this annual round-up of restaurants we’ve featured in the past year where vegan and vegetarian boaters won’t be left hungry while everyone else enjoys a meal. Here are six eateries, ranging from casual sit-down (or takeout) to upscale dining, where vegans and vegetarians […]

Dog-Friendly Seaside Locations

April 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Babylon Village: Dogs must be leashed. There are dog runs at Rotary Path and Whaler’s Cove. Poop bags are offered at Argyle Memorial Park. Blue Point and Bayport: Dogs must be leashed Port Jefferson Village: Dog-friendly: Pooper-scooper bags throughout the village. Dogs should be leashed. East Hampton: Dogs must be leashed and are not allowed […]

Who’s Hungry?

Who’s Hungry?

January 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

It happens every day, whether you’re on land or at sea: hunger strikes! If you’re like us, you appreciate tips on where you’ll enjoy spending your dining dollars, and that’s what you’ll get from us in each issue. In the past year, our reviewers have happily dined at these restaurants: Andrra 39 Gann Road East […]

Andrra

Andrra

August 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Andrra, the new Mediterranean seafood and chops restaurant located at the end of Gann Road, faces East Hampton’s Harbor Marina. Diners at lunchtime may enjoy a flurry of boating activity out on the water, while dinnertime provides a serene setting to catch a beautiful sunset. Boaters may make arrangements through Harbor Marina by phone or […]

Docking & Dining

July 31, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

PLEASE CLICK ON THE TITLE ABOVE TO VIEW OUR FULL  LISTINGS. SCROLL DOWN IF YOU CAN SEE THE DOCKING & DINING MAP BELOW. The Scott Abraham Group of Raymond James         www.scottabraham.com ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 1.Aquebogue Name Meeting House Creek Inn Address 177 Meeting House Creek Road Phone 631-722-4220 Website meetinghousecreekinn.com READ OUR REVIEW 2.Bay Shore Name Fatfish […]

Glowing Reviews for Long Island Kayaking

Glowing Reviews for Long Island Kayaking

May 1, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

As I quietly coasted along the shore, gentle waves lapped at my kayak in hypnotic rhythm.

Caught in the Current: The Oil Spill and Long Island

July 14, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

While the aftermath of the Gulf spill may not pose a direct threat to Long Island in the same way as it affects the Gulf States, preparedness here is key.

East Hampton’s Maritime Heritage

East Hampton’s Maritime Heritage

September 1, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

East Hampton’s Maritime Heritage
The town of East Hampton is one of the earliest settled places in America. Founded in 1648 by Puritan farmers and fishermen, East Hampton has a well-preserved rich history, with families that can trace their lineage back 10-12 generations and buildings that have survived.

Routes to East Hampton

Routes to East Hampton

September 1, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Routes to East Hampton from Oceanside , Freeport , Merrick/Wantagh/Bellmore , Amityville/Lindenhurst ,
Babylon, Bay Shore, Oakdale/Sayville, Patchogue Bay, Moriches Bay, Shinnecock Bay