Montauk Cruises and Sails

Visit the surrounding towns, or take a ferry to Block Island in the summer. Take a trip to the vineyards on the North and South forks. Montauk offers easy access to neighboring villages and islands. Find things to do with the kids.


Sunset Cruise

Several boats offer cruises to the lighthouse or to Fort Pond Bay to see the glorious Montauk sunset. The Miss Montauk 631-668-1545, the Ebb Tide 631-668-2818 the Elizabeth II Charters . and My Joyce II Fishing 515-641-2138 offer sunset cruises.


Sailing

Lake Montauk makes pleasant sailing for day sailors. Dinghies and larger boats will enjoy the offshore waters. Sail Montauk offers sailing lessons, charters and bareboat rentals; call 631-522-5183 or go to sailmontauk.com. Would like to learn how to sail? Sail Montauk offers sailing instructions, both individual and in groups, workshops for those who need to brush up on their sailing skills, and a junior sailing program for kids from ages 10-16. You can also rent a sailboat at Puff "N" Putt in the Village for a smooth sail over Fort Pond.


Block Island

It takes just one hour on the Viking Fleet high-speed ferry to travel 12 miles to Block Island 631-668-5700 or vikingfleet.com Ferry service operates May through October. The ferry docks at the Viking Fleet dock in Montauk Harbor and at Champlin’s Marina on Block, a full-service marina in New Harbor where you will find bicycle and car rentals, and guided tours through the taxi services. Similar to Montauk in landscape and casual atmosphere, Block Island has many shops and restaurants. Rent a bicycle or moped, or bring a bike with you on the ferry. See very beautiful farms and stone fences and high bluffs over the Atlantic Ocean. While in Block Island be sure to visit the Inn at Old Harbor. For more information go to innatoldharbor.com