New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek

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6775 New Suffolk Road
New Suffolk, NY 11856
40° 59' 39.21'', -72° 28' 26.96''
elimination.offices.witty
631-734-6311
VHF Ch. 12
www.newsuffolkshipyard.com
Greenport Harbor
New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek
New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek
New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek
New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek
New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek
New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek
New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek
New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek
New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek
New Suffolk Shipyard at Schoolhouse Creek
Mostly cloudy starting this evening.
57℉NW at 7 knots
High03:09AM3.275ft
Low09:44AM-0.055ft
High03:44PM2.519ft
Low09:52PM0.469ft
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New Suffolk Shipyard is a full service marina operating out of two locations, one on the west side of Cutchogue Harbor on the picturesque School House Creek and a short distance due east, is the Cutchogue Harbor location which directly overlooks the beautiful Cutchogue Harbor. Surrounded by farms in the heart of wine country, the small Long Island village of New Suffolk has an allure and tranquility that complements the services and facilities offered by New Suffolk Shipyard. Our School House Creek facility has 70 docks and 22 moorings with deepwater access to Peconic Bay with full service, gas, ships store and boat sales.

Services & Amenities

Last Updated: Jul 25, 2017

Dockage:Yes
Fuel Dock:Yes
Water Hookup:Yes
Maintenance Facility:Yes
Pump-out:Yes
Restrooms:Yes
Showers:Yes
Ice:Yes
Gas:Yes
Ship Store:Yes
Oil Disposal:Yes
Dry Storage:Yes
Winter Storage:Yes
Travel Lift:Yes
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