Strong’s Yacht Center is home to the yacht division at Strong’s Marine. Our 75+ full-time employees operate 5 conveniently located Long Island locations to maximize the servicing coverage of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
Come take a sail out on the Polar C! Leaving the dock from the small hamlet New Suffolk and entering into the Little Peconic Bay, you can either enjoy a 2-hour sail around Robin's Island, head west towards Riverhead, or cruise east down the bay into the historic village of Greenport.
Old Cove owns and maintains a fleet of over 40 boats for the participants of its Junior Sailing and Adult Sailing Program. Our young sailors, aged 6-15, sail in Optimist dinghies, while our older youth and adult sailors sail in Lasers, 420s and J24s. The 24 Optimist Dinghies and 12 420s are made available to the participants of Old Cove’s Junior Program at no cost or for a nominal fee. The 6 Lasers and the 2 J24s are made available both to the Old Cove Junior and the Old Cove Adult Sailing Program. Old Cove also offers its members dinghy storage.
Eagle's Neck Paddling Co. offers Kayak and Paddle Board rentals and Tours at our location in Orient Beach State Park or delivery to the home.
The Southold Yacht Club is a small family-oriented, club open to all who have a love of sailing and our beautiful waterways. Our mission is to make sailing accessible to the North Fork community and our dues and sailing school tuition are low to ensure affordability to interested sailors. The yacht club is a nonprofit organization. Set on one+ acre of land with 200ft of beachfront on Southold Bay, the club is located on North Parish Drive, just over the Goose Creek Bridge.
Peconic Water Sports is the premier water sports company on Long Island. Wakeboard, Waterski, Wakesurf, Tube, Kiteboard, Jet Ski, SUP, Kayak and more.
Paddle Board Rentals and SUP Yoga/Fitness.
The Shelter Island Yacht Club, established in the summer of 1886, has the distinction of being one of the oldest clubs in North America. The founding members were business and professional men from Manhattan and Brooklyn who had summer residences in Shelter Island Heights. Their purpose was to further recreational sailing, racing, water sports festivals, extended cruises, and social fellowship.