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Long Island Boating & Fishing

If there is one thing synonymous with living on Long Island, it is our beaches, and easy access to the waters around us. For those who have a true love of the water, enjoying a day out on the Sound or on the Great South Bay is just the way to relax. Whether you're an avid fisher, or you simply like to spend some time on the water during the warmer months, Long Island is the place to be when it comes to boating and fishing. There are plenty of opportunities to not only own your own boat, but to rent a variety of vessels, enjoy a day trip on a fishing party boat, and even learn to sail, kayak, and canoe. Whether you're a local, visiting the area, an old pro, or new to boating, there's always a way to enjoy life on the shore here on Long Island.

Albany Avenue Boat Ramp

Albany Avenue in Freeport
516-444-0439

Alewife Brook Ramp

Cedar Point in Northwest Harbor
631-324-4142

Al Grovers High & Dry Marina

500 South Main Street in Freeport
(516) 546-8880

American Princess Cruises Seal Watching

Beach 169th Street and State Road in Breezy Point
718-474-0555

Andy's Marine Service

46 Island Park Place in Island Park
(516) 431-0768

Apache Yacht Club

7 Railroad Place in Island Park
(516) 431-7533

Approved Marine

11 Hudson Avenue in Freeport
(516) 377-0800

Argonne Ramp

East Argonne Road in Hampton Bays
631-287-5717

Asharoken Beach Ramp

Eaton's Neck Road in Northport
631-261-7574

Atlantic Outfitters

405 #2 Main Street in Port Washington
516-767-2215
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