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Located across the street from the water, the aptly named Harbor Mist is simply a must try for fans of tasty food, tranquil scenery, friendly service, and a warm atmosphere. The restaurant was in a festive mood when we dined there during the winter holidays. There were sparkling lights throughout the bar, a Santa […]
Docking & Dinning Guide 2016
When you live a boating lifestyle, you welcome every opportunity to be on the water. But when the weather’s too brisk, browsing through a maritime museum will do the trick! Long Island has many seafaring and nautical-leaning museums, and all of them are worth a visit. Check out our list: American Merchant Marine Museum […]
We’ve all heard (and maybe used) the word “dreamboat.” Then there’s “dream destination,” the phrase on the lips of many boaters we encountered during the winter. They were happy to share the places they long to visit by boat once the weather warms. Will you nod your head in agreement with one or more of […]
An engaging and entertaining summer boat vacation is practically at your doorstep. A trip around Long Island is 250 nautical miles (which is not much more than visiting Block Island), and it can be completed in less than two weeks. While your pauses may vary, we’ve put together a fun itinerary of harbor-side stopovers. You can start this trip from any harbor and reverse our directions, depending on your starting point.
Cold Spring Harbor’s long history is entwined with the water. Once a thriving whaling port, then an area known for turning wooden warships and other boats into building lumber, it’s now a place where visitors enjoy the tastes and sights. Cold Spring Harbor’s lures for day trippers include a fish hatchery, two museums, a state […]
Kayaking is a great way to relieve the stress of a long day and to get some much-needed exercise. Living in the wonderful seaside town of Bayville, I follow a ritual: I grab my blue Hobie Mirage Outfitter kayak, paddles, and life vest from my apartment, and head 10 feet down to the water. The […]
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Take the Family to Cold Spring Harbor!
The Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery and Aquarium
Comfort and cuisine coexist nicely at Grasso’s. Stopping in for an early dinner on a lovely day, we spotted a few people chatting by the bar and heard the murmur of clinking glasses and laughing diners. We were immediately put at ease before opening the menu.
Safely and successfully anchoring a boat depends on selecting the proper anchor, choosing a good site, and linking the two through an effective connection that starts on the deck and reaches to the water’s bottom with a secured anchor. Effective anchoring preparation includes knowing anchoring terminology.
The Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery & Aquarium was founded in 1883 by New York State as a fish hatchery. When the State wanted to close the Hatchery in the late 1970s, Julia F. Fairchild, a noted conservationist and sportswoman who lived in the area and was concerned for the future of the then almost 100 year old facility, devoted herself to its preservation.
Boating on Long Island can be more than just recreational. We’re so intertwined with our surrounding waters that it is interesting to visit our many maritime museums for a deep appreciation of our region’s history. For a different kind of day tripper, combine then with now and take your boat to visit a few of Long Island’s nautical museums.
Routes to Cold Spring Harbor