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December 7, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

. This is a tale of three Patchogues. There’s the one known as a convenient place for boaters on the south shore to keep their boats and reach multiple water-accessible restaurants, the one recognized for being part of  Fire Island (Davis Park), and then there’s a third Patchogue — a mainland village located a short […]

Patchogue

Patchogue

October 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

. This is a tale of three Patchogues. There’s the one known as a convenient place for boaters on the south shore to keep their boats and reach multiple water-accessible restaurants, the one recognized for being part of  Fire Island (Davis Park), and then there’s a third Patchogue — a mainland village located a short […]

Banish Boating Boredom!

Banish Boating Boredom!

January 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Boating is always fun, but even the most exuberant boater can tire of the same route, the same scenery, and the same routine time after time after time. That’s why we bring you so many ways to find glee at sea and shake up your boating habits. Fun times aren’t dependent on arriving by mega-yacht […]

Keeping Traditions Alive

Keeping Traditions Alive

November 20, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

.   Where there were once more than 200 baymen making a living from Long Island’s waters, now there are just dozens. Though their numbers have dwindled, Long Island Traditions is working hard to ensure that increasing modernization does not endanger our maritime culture and heritage. Long island Traditions began about 20 years ago, aiming […]