Coasting across the Peconic Bay, Greenport's lively harbor welcomes you. Reserve a slip in the heart of the village at Mitchell Park Marina, which offers transient dockage with all the amenities. Right off the dock, you'll find marine and fishing provisions as well as delicious food, a variety of shops, galleries, museums and activities. Greenport's marinas are just steps away from frequent transportation into New York City, the lush vineyards of the North Fork, as well as ferry service to Connecticut's casinos. They have new electric pedestals with 480 volt 3 phase 100 amp and 240 volt single phase 100 amp for larger vessels.
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Homey, sleepy Greenport is blossoming into a major tourist magnet. One of the delights are its contraditions: classic, '50s Coronet Luncheonette and sailors' hangout Rhumbline rub shoulders with trendy eateries like Bruce's Cafe, upscale Ile de Beaute and enchantingly unique Greenport Tea.
From the mid-channel buoy(RW "N", MO "A") in Gardiner's Bay, head WNW to the Shelter Island North Channel buoy R"2". Continue north keeping "Bug Light" to starboard. After passing "Bug Light", head in a WNW direction keeping Shelter Island Hay Beach G"7" to port, giving it a wide berth; Hay Beach bar shoals out to the buoy and people have been caught up on it. From here you are now heading in towards Greenport Harbor. Ahead to Starboard is the flashing red light--R"8A"--at the end of the Greeneport breakwater. Continue in a westerly direction until you see an old shispyard , Preston's marine supply store and Claudio's Restaurant. We are located just past Claudio's. Please keep an eye out for ferry traffic here as they are entering and leaving their berth next to the marina. Always remeber to consult your chart before entering the harbor. We monitor chanel 11 on the VHF. Have an enjoyable trip!