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Sag Harbor

Boating In Sag Harbor, New York

New York
The Charming "Unhamptons"

Sag Harbor is a small, pretty town near the Hamptons. Although the location of some of the most expensive real estate in the country, this sea-side town prides itself on being outstandingly “unhamptons.” With an extensive whaling and literary history, Sag Harbor has distinctive appeal from the wealth and glamor often associated with the Hamptons. Popular with celebrities and devoted locals alike, this destination maintains a charming, vibrant atmosphere.

Adorned with Victorian manors, cottages, homes of early colonists, and Greek revival houses that belonged to wealthy whaling captains, Sag Harbor’s history remains intact among the addition of multi million dollar renovations and showier homes. Walk along Main Street and find boutiques, galleries, and exquisite dining options. Enjoy a sit down meal at 63 Page at Main for Sag Harbor’s specialty, oysters.

Sag Harbor is home to quirky traditions lacking in other Hampton sites. Celebrating its maritime history and place in Herman Melville’s classic Moby Dick, the town has hosted the Moby Dick Marathon every year since 1983. Over one weekend, different sections of the book are read in various locations around town.

Other highlights include beaches, golf courses, and wineries. Be amazed by the best of off-Broadway with a performance at Bay Street Theatre or kayak around the Clinton’s old stomping grounds at Georgica Pond. At night, bars and electric nightclubs come alive.

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Georgica Pond
Kayak or paddleboard around this 290 acre lagoon, which was the site of Bill Clinton’s summer home. Explore its coves and four connected creeks.
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Foster Memorial Beach
On the Noyack Bay, known for its stunning sunsets and calm water. The Noyack is also a great location for fishing, clamming, and paddle-boating.
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Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum
Originally home to Benjamin Huntting II, a wealthy whaler in Sag Harbor, the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum was named a National Treasure by President Clinton in 1998. With one of a kind exhibits and exciting events, it’s a favorite among history buffs and curious visitors alike.
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Bay Street Theater
A professional theatre company featuring talent equal to Broadway. Many of the shows that premiered at Bay Street have found their place on Broadway, including <em>Swingtime Canteen, Love Janis,</em> and <em>If Love were All</em>. Also features a comedy club, workshops, a summer college internship program, and theatre camps for kids.
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The American Hotel
3012, 45 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
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Dopo la Spiaggia
6 Bay St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
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Page at 63 Main
63 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
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Il Capuccino
4418, 30 Madison St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
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Dockside Bar & Grill
26 Bay St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
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Corner Bar
1 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
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Dock House Restaurant & Fish Market
1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
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Summer Arts & Crafts Fair
Hampton Classic Horse Show in Bridgehampton
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Nearest Airport
Long Island MacArthur Airport
40.9979, -72.2926
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