Whether you're looking for a place to stay on your way to Block Island or looking to make us a destination we offer all the amenities for a relaxing stay.
-Seafood restaurant on site with outside dining and tiki bar
-Gas & Diesel
-Local beaches and a State Park within walking distance
-A full fleet of charter fishing boats to enjoy a day of fishing and have your catch cooked by our chef
-Transportation available to the Village of Greenport for shopping and amenities
The marina is a little cramped but if you have a boat that can fit in there it is a very welcome break. We felt like the entire marina belong to us as there was no one else spending the night there. It was a restaurant and bar right there, restrooms and showers, Wi-Fi was available as well. This place is no frills but we absolutely loved it. 30’ Mainship Pilot II
A hidden Jewel on the long trip between Block Island and western Long Island! Inexpensive dockage, right next to (but private from) restaurant. Nice people and great service. Not suitable in a strong SW blow.
Love this place. Bob, the owner, really knows how to take care of a transient boater. Great facilities. Great place for a run or bike along the water. Great restaurant with fresh fresh seafood most of which is caught by the fisherman at the marina. Overall one of our favorite places to go to.
FIrst time here. Great overnight stop. Restaurant was very good. Dockage very reasonable and the owner very friendly. We will be back.
Orient by the sea is the perfect 4th of July get away spot. We sailed over in the afternoon from New London, CT. The Marina is easy to find, the restaurant and bar served delicious food and beverages for our dinner. The best part was that they allowed dogs on the patio so we didn't need to leave our pooch behind. If you bring a bicycle you can ride into the state park or it is only 3 miles to downtown where we had an amazing breakfast pie and coffee while watching the July 4th children sailing race at the yacht club. The real reason to make this your next 4th of July destination is the Brumble Tree that was planted July 4th 1776 on your way into downtown. We had to wait for high tide to leave due to the channel being a little too shallow for our draft but we just enjoyed the good bar company and the view until then. We will be back every year!