Cruise will leave Saturday morning off the CIYC dock and meetup at the destination on Saturday evening for drinks and dinner.
We will arrange for a mooring at the destination, but you need to register at least one week ahead.
- Northport Yacht Club Cruising Boat Sign-up Form (DOCX)
- Download the Northport Route 2018 Chart (PDF)
- Download the CIYC Northport YC Route List (XLSX)
What to do
Northport Yacht Club
11 Bluff Point Road
Northport, NY 11768
Cruise Date: 7/14 – 7/15 2018
Mooring Reservation for 8 boats (8 moorings)
Contact: Peter Dugan 631 261-7633 ext #22 (Wednesday through Sunday)
Dock master: Will Sharrer 631-261-7633 ext#28
Launch monitors VHF Channel #71.
Launch runs 8am to Midnight on Saturday (Based on last year. July schedule not yet posted)
Cost: $60.00 regardless of length
Cocktails available on upper deck
Snack Bar is open until 8pm.
(Snack Bar Menu to be finalized in next couple of weeks.)
*Contact Peter Dugan if we are interested in Bass Dinner and he will see about arrangements
Northport Yacht Club’s dock is located on the east side of Northport Harbor, N.Y., about 30 nautical miles east of Manhattan on Long Island Sound at 40 deg 54.5 min North, 73 deg 21.5 min west. Use NOAA Charts 12363, 12364, 12365.
By Land (in case you have guests coming to join you)
11 Bluff Point Road Northport, NY 11768
LIE (US 495) Exit 51N or Northern State Parkway Exit 42N North on Deer Park Avenue (Rte. 231). Bear right at firehouse to Jericho Turnpike (Rte. 25). East one block. First left (Citgo station) onto Elwood Road North four miles, then continue across Fort Salonga Road (Rte. 25A). Elwood becomes Reservoir Avenue; Reservoir becomes Church Street. Cross over Main Street. Church Street becomes Ocean Avenue. Left on James Street, Right on Bluff Point Road. Northport Yacht Club is on the left.
Northport, a quaint, thriving, picture postcard, waterfront village settled in the early 1600s. We’re located in Suffolk County in a part of the Island’s famed “Gold Coast” on Long Island’s North Shore. Our borders lie between Huntington and Smithtown along Route 25A (also known as Fort Salonga Road), just east of Centerport.
The first inhabitants of Northport were peaceful Indians known as the Matinecocks, whose camp perched on a lakeshore site is now occupied by the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA). In 1650 the first white men came to the territory from New Amsterdam and reported their discovery to the Dutch government at The Hague. The report described “good fishing, fine meadowlands and mostly level ground suitable for farms and cattle”. Six years later, this area, which would be called Great Cow Harbor, was purchased from Chief Asharoken by three Englishmen for seven quarts of liquor, two coats, four shirts and eleven ounces of powder. Relations between the settlers and the Indians were friendly, and the small colony flourished with farming and shell-fishing.
Northport’s Nostalgic Main Street District; Where Main Street meets the Water
Northport’s world famous Main Street downtown offers visitors a magnificent view of our scenic harbor and homes dating back to the 18th century. You’ll love the shopping experience and numerous boutiques. Enjoy dining at one of our many restaurants and take in a show in our very own theatre. The villagers and present-day shopkeepers work tirelessly to build and improve commerce in what was once called Great Cow Harbor. Looking for places of history, a museum, antiques, the perfect outfit, waterfront park or extraordinary restaurants, we’ve got it all. We have concerts, parades, an annual marathon, farmers’ market, family nights, holiday celebrations and a relaxed form of holiday shopping that beats the malls hands down.
Vanderbuilt Mansion/Museum/ Planetarium
180 Little Neck Road, Centerport, New York 11721
Northport Historical Society and Museum
215 Main St
Charming Scandinavian bakery offering danishes & desserts, along with breakfast fare & sandwiches.
Address: 75 Woodbine Ave A, Northport, NY 11768
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 6PM
Phone: (631) 754-3256
Tim’s Shipwreck Diner
Homemade blintzes, pancakes & burgers star at this vintage railroad car diner for breakfast & lunch.
46 Main St, Northport
New American eatery offering pre-theater dining & classy setting with 1850s woodwork & heated patio.
44 Main St, Northport
Cash-only, tiny eatery serving numerous courses on super-inventive eclectic & Italian tasting menus.
18 Woodbine Ave, Northport
Stylish, brick-lined haunt with a patio serving up seafood, sandwiches, burgers & craft beers.
155 Main St, Northport
Old-timey, nautical-themed tavern near the harbor with a standard menu of salads, seafood & burgers.
34 Main St
The Ritz Café
Unassuming little bar near the waterfront with Continental fare & a bargain prix fixe brunch.
42 Woodbine Ave