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Orient Point – Day Tripper

Orient Point – Day Tripper

February 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Originally called Oysterponds, Orient was and still is abundant with shellfish. It is a historic, rural place, with many homes and structures dating back to the1700s. With not much more than a post office, general store, and gas station to its name, Orient Point offers boaters a place to kick back and enjoy crystal clear, calm waters and a hush that is unlike its South Fork counterpart, Montauk.

History’s Shining Lights

History’s Shining Lights

January 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

. The East End of Long Island has a rich maritime heritage, but not all of it is relegated to the pages of history. The exhibits and lighthouse tours of the East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation in Greenport aim to both recognize and restore the area’s legacy.  “People need a context to which […]

Boating & Biking

Boating & Biking

January 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Some of Long Island’s most beautiful spots are not just reachable by boat. There are harbors, parks, and villages that make wonderful places to explore by bicycle.

A Walk Back in Time

A Walk Back in Time

October 1, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Approaching the sand along East Hampton’s Cedar Point County Park, tour guide Bob Allen has one request: leave your worries at the pavement. He takes visitors on a two-mile journey to and from Cedar Island Lighthouse, along a sandy coastline that captures views of Northwest Harbor and Gardiner’s Bay, and across a history that spans over 140 years. In other words, he takes visitors on a walk back in time.

When Enough Is TOO MUCH

When Enough Is TOO MUCH

When Enough Is TOO MUCH – Tales of Trading Up, Then Down Again.