Port Jefferson

(Port Jefferson, NY)

Welcome to Freedom Boat Club of Port Jefferson, NY. Just 50 miles east of New York City is one of the East Coast’s most beautiful port towns. Steeped in American history and known for its rich maritime past, Port Jefferson is an oasis of quaint shops, comfortable inns and fine restaurants, under a blanket of classic architecture and stunning harbor views. Within its three-mile radius, Port Jefferson has managed to maintain its historic character, while becoming one of the most successful business centers in Suffolk County.

Incorporated in 1963, Port Jefferson continues to be one of the hottest destinations on Long Island with fine restaurants, a mix of quaint retails stores & popular chains, live music venues, pristine beaches, marinas and an array of activities for the entire family, which is underscored by a new Harborfront Park and village center.

To find out more about Freedom Boat Club of New York please visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/freedomboatclubNY where you can see member testimonials, view more photos, and see many smiles.

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For more information on how you can join Freedom Boat Club of New York and have unlimited access to all boats in all four Long Island locations (Freeport, Port Washington,Northport, and Port Jefferson) please call 516-699-8420 or click on the email link to the right in the contact section.  We are the affordable and time-saving alternative to boat ownership.

 



Contact

Lou Anzalone - Membership Executive
(516) 699-8420

Peter Lilleby - Dir. of Operations
(516) 699-8420

25 East Broadway
Port Jefferson, NY 11777

Marina

Danfords Hotel and Marina

25 East Broadway, Port Jefferson, NY 11777

Within Port Jefferson is Port Jefferson Harbor, a natural deepwater harbor. Setauket Harbor branches off to the west from the harbor. One notable geographic feature is Pirate's Cove, a small cove dredged in the early 20th century by the Seaboard Dredging Company. The original name was Seaboard Hole, but it was changed for the sake of appealing to tourists, and several large sand dunes artificially created by the dredging can also be found here.


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