Yacht Charter Destinations

*Prices subject to change. Pricing for yacht, dockage, fuel, captain and mate. Any special requests additional charges may apply. Custom charters available, call with your destinations or ideas and we will gladly price it out for you. Longer charters available call for pricing.

Montauk, Long Island

Montauk Yacht Club

Montauk is an oceanfront playground located 110 miles from New York City and 18 miles from New London, CT by Ferry. With over 5,000 acres of pristine public beaches and breathtaking diverse parkland you’ll enjoy swimming, surfing, boating, golfing, hiking, camping, horseback riding, biking, bird watching, observing nature, and more! It’s a world class…

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AREA INFO: Montauk Yacht Club | Montauk Chamber of Commerce

Block Island, Rhode Island

Champlin’s Marina

Block Island, nestled in the Atlantic Ocean about 12 miles off of the coast of Rhode Island, offers the vacationer what does not seem possible anymore, simple relaxation in a startling beautiful place. The Island is famous for its miles of free public beaches, sparkling clear waters, dramatic bluffs, preserved open spaces, and fun-filled activities for visitors…

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AREA INFO: BlockIslandInfo.com | Block Island Family Vacations

Greenport, Long Island

Mitchell Parks Marina

Greenport offers a variety of options for every taste and budget. Fresh seafood, locally grown produce, and highly trained chefs abound. Shopping is an art form best practiced in Greenport. From galleries and antique shops to boutiques and specialty food markets, Greenport offers a wide variety of shopping experiences. Greenport Village…

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AREA INFO: Mitchell Parks Marina | Greenport Village

Watch Hill, Rhode Island

Watch Hill Docks

Watch Hill is an affluent coastal village and census-designated place in the town of Westerly, Rhode Island. It sits at the most-southwestern point in all of Rhode Island. It came to prominence in the late 19th and early 20th century as an exclusive summer resort, with wealthy families building sprawling Victorian-style “cottages” along the peninsula…

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AREA INFO: Watch Hill Boat Yard | Watch Hill Beach

Sag Harbor, New York

Waterfront Marina

Sag Harbor, a Village of 2 square miles, is rich with history. The earliest inhabitants of this area were the Algonquin Indians. They called this place Weg-wag-onuch which was derived from the Algonquin word “Weg-quae-and-auke” meaning “the land or place at the end of the hill”. Sag Harbor, at that time, was made up of hills, streams, meadows and…

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AREA INFO: Sag Harbor & Docks | Village of Sag Harbor

Mystic, Connecticut

Mystic Seaport

Mystic is a popular wedding destination, growing wine and craft beer region nestled between Boston and New York City along the Amtrak rail. There are a plethora of beautiful sights and preserved land to see and beautiful town trails make Mystic extraordinarily hike and bike-able. Are you feeling lucky? Mystic is 20 minutes from Foxwoods Casino & Outlet Mall…

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AREA INFO: Mystic Seaport | This Is Mystic

Essex, Connecticut
on Connecticut River

Essex Island Marina

Essex consists of three unique villages and is ideally located on the Connecticut River a few short miles from Long Island Sound. Well-known for its beautiful landscapes, majestic trees and gardens, fascinating architecture, and cultural and historical attractions, we are a boating and sailing destination as well. Essex is famous for hosting a multitude of…

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AREA INFO: EssexCT.gov | EssexCT.com

Hamburg Cove, Connecticut

Daily or Overnight Mooring Only

From Essex we continued upriver to experience the famous Hamburg Cove. All the stories about Hamburg Cove being the best destination in the Northeast was what enticed us to go up the Connecticut River. The approach from the River to the Cove is interesting without local knowledge but not difficult if you follow the piloting instructions and marks…

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AREA INFO: About Hamburg Cove | Hamburg Cove Cruise Guide

River Cruises on the Connecticut River

Daily Trips

Throughout its history, the Connecticut River has served as a major transportation thoroughfare, a natural resource for food and water, and a defining geographic marker for the cities along its banks. Today, visitors to Connecticut riverfront cities board boats to cruise the river. Along the way they may spot bald eagles that call the river area home, cruise…

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AREA INFO: ConnecticutRiver.us | History of the Connecticut River

*Longer charters available call for pricing. Prices subject to change. Pricing for yacht, dockage, fuel, captain and mate. Any special requests additional charges may apply. Custom charters available, call with your destinations or ideas and we will gladly price it out for you.