Details for Sag Harbor Marine Park, Moorings and Town Dock

Sag Harbor Marine Park, Moorings and Town Dock

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Average rating 4.0 stars from 12 reviews

Address 7 Bay St, PO Box 660
Sag Harbor, NY 11963


After hours contact


Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - NO
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - YES
Other info: Moorings


VHF channel



Email contact;

Owner, manager



Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

Payment info

Payment discounts

Operation (seasonal or year-round)

Additional info: April 01 through October 31.






Tide & current additional info


Approach: 11
Transient dockage: 10
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

Additional info:

Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: $5.00/ft (2013-08-20)

Other price info: Plus electric.

It was reported Auust 2013 that there was only 30 amp plugs at each pole so you need to bring a splitter if you have 2 x 30 amps.


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: $2.00 (2012-08-26)

Other price info: Although numerous sources have reported that the Village of Sag Harbor moorings are no longer available for transients, that policy was changed for the 2012 season, see

There are 4 mooring balls set aside for transients. Launch service is independent, call on VHF 73. $4 per person one way for the launch.

$2 per foot for up to 50 feet for overnight on a mooring ball.
$1 per foot for up to 3 hours and launch service included for short stays.

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - YES
100 amp - NO

Additional info:

Pricing info: 30 amp is $15 per day; 50 amp is $20 per day. Short stay of 3 hours or less is $10 for 30 amp.

Cable TV (and pricing)

Phone hookup (and pricing)

Water (and pricing)

Dinghy access

Liveaboard info


Fuel brand:

Gas priceUnknown

Other price info:

Diesel priceUnknown

Other price info:


Pets welcomeYes

Other pet info: The park adjoining the town docks is posted no pets. Otherwise the town is pet friendly and has great places to walk dogs. With med mooring on most town slips, getting pets on and off is more of an adventure.

Disability access

Launch service

Yes - Launch service for the moorings is provided by Sag Harbor Launch. Hail on Ch 73.

Pump out

The town of Sag Harbor has a pump out boat that can be hailed on VHF 73.



Yes - Cans provided by the dock.


Yes - Located on the ground level by the harbormaster's office.


Yes - In the harbor master building.



Yes - IGA on the main street within 5 minute walk. Organic deli 2 minute walk.



Yes - Several very good restaurants offering everything from Mexican food to Sushi.


Yes - Not on site, but there are plenty just a short walk away.

Hotels or motels

Repair capabilities

Haul out capabilities

Storage facilities

Fishing supplies

Chartering capabilities

Internet access

Yes - Sag Harbor has great free WiFi on Main Street (2 minute walk) but it does not quite reach the town dock.

Boat ramp availability



Other services

Launch service for the moorings is provided by Sag Harbor Launch. Hail on VHF 73 or 631-466-8180.


Stroll the main street and browse the antique shops and quaint gift shops,or plan a daytime vist to the whaling museum at the beginning of towns main street.

Reviews for Sag Harbor Marine Park, Moorings and Town Dock
Great Stay, 2016-08-03
Captain: , Norwalk (293)

We stayed on a mooring ball outside the harbor. The approach is clear and easy and the stay was very pleasant. Lovely town with good restaurants.

Cheapeast way to do Sag!, 2016-07-13
Captain: , Baltimore, MD (40)

We stayed on a mooring ball over night - approach is easy and the dock master is friendly. Nothing in the area is cheap, but this is a great option if you have a dinghy. FREE pumpout that comes directly out to your complaints about that!

Great Mooring, 2014-10-19
Captain: , Mt. Sinai, NY (253)

Stayed on a mooring this fall. Plenty to see and do in town, be sure to have lunch or dinner at The Corner Bar on the corner in town. Dinghy dock is adjacent to long wharf pier. Plenty of restaurants, good supermarket and a great hardware store all within walking distance of the dinghy dock. Take the dink under the bridge for a afternoon of exploring.

Hamptons prices, but top notch service., 2014-08-29
Captain: , NYAC Pelham NY (171)

Mooring field behind breakwater is well maintained and very protected. Tight but with pleny of room to maneuver. The guys who run the operation are extremely of them even helped me fill up my gas can....and picked me up from the fuel dock....Yes very expensive....and yes it sucks that you have to pay 70/night for a mooring and still have to pay $4/person for the launch (each way).....but this is the land of the megayacht and that's what the traffic will bear.....

Good Marina & Access to Sag Harbor, 2014-03-25
Captain: , Coecles Harbor (301)

This marine, unlike most of the marina in this area, is on the expensive side. At $5/ft (+electric), it won%u2019t be the cheapest marina I%u2019ll ever stay it. To the marina%u2019s credit, this isn%u2019t the most expensive marina in the area. The marina is contactable via VHF channel 09 or 10 and the phone number is 631.725.2368. Although I didn%u2019t stay on a mooring, but the moorings cost $2/ft. If you need it, there is a launch service (VHF 73), that you can take for $4pp.
The marina itself wouldn%u2019t be the reason I would head to this marina. Sag Harbor, like much of the Hamptons, is an awesome window shopping experience into the lives of the rich and famous. Massive mega-yachts, shopping, and restaurants all at your disposal.

Sag Town Docks, 2013-08-20
Captain: , Beach Haven NJ (64)

Pulled in without reservations (somehow my intel said it was first come first served on slips). The rate was $5/foot for fixed docks plus electric. For twin 30's you need your own splitter (which I didn't have so kept moving the plugs around.

Town was awesome and great for biking and shopping. Didn't go to the town bay beach so could not comment. The big boat scene is unreal and rivals Newport. Everything is $$$ in this port. If you can fit under the bridge, anchor and save the $$$ to spend in town.

Most Expensive So Far, 2012-08-26
Captain: , Macatawa Michigan (1144)

After almost 10.000 miles, this mooring took the prize. $2/foot for overnight. Harbormaster on Ch 9 or call 632-725- 2368 to see if a mooring is available. Launch service independent --Sag Harbor Launch on Ch 73. $8/person round trip for launch. The harbormaster told me they have only 4 dedicated transient balls on the inside, but we came in on a Sunday afternoon (the weekend before Labor Day) and there were 2 balls available. 50ft is the max size boat on the balls. Did not see anchorage space inside the breakwall. There are at least 2 coves, however, with lots of room to anchor, if the marinas are full or you don't want to pay $$$. Smith Cove (see AC discussion) and the Cove east of the Sag Harbor breakwall, near Barcelona Point (see Sag Outer Harbor anchorage on AC). Lots of big (100' +) yachts in the anchorages but plenty of room. Sea planes land near them to drop passengers off. It's the Hamptons .. what else need one say!!

A Fantastic place to stay, 2012-06-16
Captain: , Midland Ontario (660)

The vibrant town of Sag Harbor exceeded our expectations. Great restaurants and shops within a few minutes walk. The town dock suited all of our expectations with the med style mooring being the only inconvenience (for getting our dogs on and off the boat). We hope to return here again on our travels.

Wow -- that's pricey, 2010-11-26
Captain: , Essex, CT (1675)

This is the most I've paid for a mooring. I thought they were telling the price for a slip at first. Even the ice cream was overpriced. We made the mistake of coming on a summer weekend -- don't make this mistake. The town was wall to wall cars -- we almost couldn't get across the street! Fortunately once back on our boat the scenery was very nice -- otherwise I would have rated it only one star!

Bring Your Wallet, 2009-07-14
Captain: , Sarasota Florida (80)

At $90 per night for a mooring ball this may be the priciest place on the east coast. The area is beautiful. The town has just about everything a boater could need.

Moorings, 2007-07-16
Captain: , New York (88)

Sag Harbor is a busy town and the sea wall which defines the inner anchorage is all for moorings, seasonal ones at that! Along the dock you'll be seeing some mega yachts and the town has lots of tony shopping and eats. It's the Hamptons, what would you expect!

There is a small dingy dock near a tinry beach, near the fixed bridge to North Haven. The transient anchorage is north of the sea wall is about 10 feet. You'll want an outboard if you set the hook out there. You'll have to endure lots of wakes from power boats which only slow down after passing the sea wall. There is little sea north of the sea wall in the prevailing SW, but the current does run a good knot or more. So aside from the power boat wakes, it's pretty calm out there... with a lovely view of Mashomak (sp?) preserve on Shelter Island.

There a nice little take out seafood joint (eat in or take away) just opposite the dinghy dock which is convenient for yachtsmen who don't want to cook and don't want to eat out.

Sag Harbor is a pictureeque town with fine dining, a fair anchorage and a Hamptons flair. Try it!

Sag Harbor Town Moorings, 2007-07-09
Captain: , East Greenwich, RI (222)

A protected anchorage behind a seawall. An easy dinghy ride to town. Many large yachts tied up nearby.

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