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Lighthouse Waterfront Café

Lighthouse Waterfront Café

September 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

When it comes to dock and dining restaurants, Lighthouse Waterfront Café has it all. Good food, welcoming service, and an attractive setting with inside and outside seating and a friendly outdoor bar featuring music every Friday. We woke our taste buds up with a signature mojito of Bulgarian ginger vodka, tequila, and mint, and then […]

Boca Kitchen * Bar * Catering

Boca Kitchen * Bar * Catering

June 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

  Boca is the new dock and dine located at the end of Glen Cove Creek. While reservations are recommended on weekends, diners will not mind waiting for a table on the large patio complete with rocking chairs and lounge furniture overlooking the marina. The restaurant’s CEO, Carlos Amaury Tavarez, said the Boca name “came […]

Be a Cleaner, Greener Boater

Be a Cleaner, Greener Boater

April 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

. Just as your goal was to keep the elements out of your boat during the winter, keep that mindset in spring. Whether you’re a DIY kind of boater or one who’d rather engage the services of pros, it’s important to note that every aspect of spring prep affects the environment. It’s up to every […]

Fall Prep and Winter Storage

Fall Prep and Winter Storage

October 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Some boaters bail before Columbus Day, while others celebrate Christmas aboard. The majority of vessel owners around here seem to bid goodbye to their summer homes before they carve the Halloween pumpkins. Whether you set a certain deadline, or declare boating season over when you’d need a scarf and gloves on the water, you need […]

Garvies Point Museum & Preserve

Garvies Point Museum & Preserve

February 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Long Island’s glacial history is on display at Garvies Point Museum in Glen Cove, with exhibits illustrating Long Island’s glacial history, the formation of its present land features, post-glacial changes in climate and sea level, and Native American culture and archaeology. The waterside preserve has 62 acres of glacial moraine, with beach bluffs made up […]

One Peninsula, Two Bays, Two Advocates

One Peninsula, Two Bays, Two Advocates

September 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

The peninsula of Port Washington is flanked by two beautiful bays. Advocating for the preservation and improvement of those waters is the Manhasset Bay Protection Committee (MBPC) on the western shore, while the Hempstead Harbor Protection Committee (HHPC) safeguards the eastern shore. Both groups are comprised of volunteers working to save the waters from further […]

Boat Mentoring

Boat Mentoring

July 1, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Jan Rose has been involved with the Sea Scouts since 1992. “I got involved with the scouts because I have a love of the water and enjoy working with young adults. The combination attracted me to the Sea Scout program,” she shares.

March 2008

March 2008

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March 2008 – Note from Editor – Boating Times Long Island