Star Island Yacht Club and Marina 59 Star Island Rd, Montauk, NY11954 They know fishing in Montauk, and the largest charter boat fleet in town is the Star Island Yacht Club and Marina,…More which carries the distinction of hosting the annual shark tournament as well as 19 mako and thresher contests (check the calendar on the website). It's not all about competition, though: cruising clubs meet here, and sportspeople flock from all over to visit the largest tackle shop in the East. You'll get hungry on the water, so plan on a meal at the The Star Island Grill.
Di Millo's Yacht Sales 59 Star Island Rd, Montauk, NY11954 DiMillo's Yacht Sales is located at Star Island Yacht Club. This a satellite location for the company, which is based…More out of Maine and Freeport, New York. Founded in 1998, Dimillo's offers a wide variety of yachts for sale.
United States Coast Guard Station Montauk 69 Star Island Rd, Montauk, NY11954 The USCG Station Montauk is located on Star Island Road where Lake Montauk meets the Long Island…More Sound. Boatswain's Mates, machinery technicians, a store keeper and food service specialists are stationed here, as well as a few cutters. The station's historic building was originally the Napeague Life Saving Station, which was relocated to Star Island Road in 1955. In 2005, the housing was dedicated in the memory of Petty Officer 3rd Class Nathan B. Bruckenthal, who was killed in Iraq. At the time of the dedication, Bruckenthal was the only Coast Guardsman killed in action since the Vietnam War.
Snug Harbor Marina and Motel 3 Star Island Rd, Montauk, NY11954 Snug Harbor Marina and Motel are located on Lake Montauk with an entrance on the corner of West Lake and Star Island…More drives. The marina can accomodate boats up to 45 feet for seasonal and transient dockage. There is a comfort station, washers and dryers, ice and a nearby boat launching ramp. At the motel, suites and efficiencies are available lakeside or poolside. Guests and boaters can use the picnic area and barbeques, playground, volleyball court and pool.
The East Hampton Star 153 Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 As the longest-running newspaper in East Hampton, The East Hampton Star has been the paper of record…More since 1885. Privately owned, it has been run by the Rattray family since 1935, when Jeannette and Arnold Rattray bought it, and has been published from the same building on Main Strett, next to the East Hampton Library, since 1940. The Star, a weekly boardsheet, and has four sections: news, business, arts and sports. It covers Montauk to Water Mill, including East Hampton, Sag Harbor and North Haven Villages. The Star is sold for $1 at groceries and delis throughout the South Fork, on Shelter Island and in a few locations in Manhattan.
Rick's Crabby Cowboy Cafe 32 Star Island Road, slip 412, Montauk, NY11954 Rick's Crabby Cowboy Cafe, located on East Lake Drive, has a beautiful waterfront view of Lake Montauk and outdoor…More seating. The menu features Rick's famous onion rings, seafood, BBQ, burgers, soup, salad, sandwiches, mussels marinara, fish and chips and grilled tuna. A full bar is available, as well as lobsters and Crabby Bakes. There is also a Marina at Ricks that has free dockage while you dine, and slips available from April through November.