Visiting the Northport Yacht Club

The Northport Yacht Club maintains a clubhouse, restaurant, pool, snack bar, and guest moorings which may be used by members of other yacht clubs having reciprocal arrangements.
 

By Land

11 Bluff Point Road Northport, NY 11768
 
LIE (US 495) Exit 51N or Northern State Parkway Exit 42N North on Deer Park Avenue (Rte. 231). Bear right at firehouse to Jericho Turnpike (Rte. 25). East one block. First left (Citgo station) onto Elwood Road North four miles, then continue across Fort Salonga Road (Rte. 25A). Elwood becomes Reservoir Avenue; Reservoir becomes Church Street. Cross over Main Street. Church Street becomes Ocean Avenue. Left on James Street, Right on Bluff Point Road. Northport Yacht Club is on the left. 

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By Sea

Northport Yacht Club's dock is located on the east side of Northport Harbor, N.Y., about 30 nautical miles east of Manhattan on Long Island Sound at 40 deg 54.5 min North, 73 deg 21.5 min west. Use NOAA Charts 12363, 12364, 12365.
 

Moorings

Northport Yacht Club has reciprocal mooring privileges with other recognized yacht clubs. Mooring reservations may be made with the dock master at 631-261-7633 ext. 28. We monitor VHF Channel 71. You can also request a mooring by sending email to the dockmaster. Be sure to indicate the date requested and the size and depth of your vessel. Send mooring reservation requests to dockmaster@northportyachtclub.com.
  

Pump-Out

Northport Harbor provides a pump-out boat (Channel 9). A dockside pump-out facility is also available in Northport Harbor.
  

Community Information 

The Northport Yacht Club is located in the incorporated Village of Northport, a community of 7,500 people with an active downtown area. About a half-mile south of the club, within easy walking distance, is the village's Main Street, which runs from a park on the east side of the harbor through the center of the business district. Along the street near the harbor are many restaurants and shops; further east, you'll find the village historical society and museum with ongoing local exhibits.