Fire Island Pines is an upscale, secluded, gay-friendly barrier island community surrounded by a national park. With no cars, access is by boat or ferry. Walk in minutes from your boat to the beautiful Atlantic Ocean beach.
Enjoy the world famous Pines nightlife, including gourmet restaurants, cabarets, discos, bars, art shows, theatre and Pines Party – an all night beach party.
Very helpful dock hands, excellent and reliable power, quiet neighbors, calm waters (SW winds)
Amazing, as always. We enjoyed very much, people are awesome and the dock hands can’t do enough for you
Sunday, 08/27/2023 to 08/29. Another perfect experience. Thank you Dennis and the team. We will return! ________________ July 6, 2023 A top shelf experience from beginning to end. Special thanks to the Dock Master, Dennis and his team! They pay attention to every detail. Very professional. The slip was perfect, our boat neighbors were kind and quiet, the electrical hook-up [30 AMP) worked flawlessly, the water pressure was good, the docks are well maintained, the pilings are spaced perfectly. Strong Wi-Fi signal. The tidal swing is about 2.5 to 3 feet; still easy to get on and off the boat. The Marina is steps from the beach, steps from provisioning, (the Pines Pantry), steps from dining, We dined at the Pines Bistro - very good. We took a leisurely walk along the beach to Cherry Grove for lunch one day, (about a mile walk), and then rode the Water Taxi back to the Pines, $10 per person. All in all? A wonderful experience! We will return.
Lovely marina - great views to the west from our slip.
Amazing as always.
Our first time sailing and staying on boat instead of house share. We brought our sailboat from NYC and no issues with our 5ft draft. Follow markers through inlet and into marina. Dockhands were immediately there to welcome and help us. FIP is very special for many reasons, this marina makes the experience even more special if you’re a sailor. No showers or public bathrooms. However, a pump-out boat comes on the weekends, and showers are not an issue if you have friends with houses on the island since everything is so close. Also, water and electric available in marina. We will definitely come back more frequently!
Très peu dé commodité, très achalandé.
Great staff. Just beware if the wind blows from the north east
It’s good, wish they offered access to the hotel pool, and had regular pump out service
Excellent Dock hand help. Slip was in a perfect spot with everything within walking distance. Pines was awesome. Everyone was so welcoming.
Excellent location & great Wi-Fi
The Dock staff is always great and helpful, everything always works. I've been getting the same slip each year and it's a great spot.
at the end of the pier exposed to the rough water in the bay
I love the Fire Island Pines Marina. Our stay was very enjoyable and the harbor master Dennis and the dock hand Adam helped us with everything we needed. Great wireless internet coverage as well. Highly recommended.
The dock hands were great both when we arrived and when we left. They were extremely helpful. We chose the Pines because we had never been and knew what the place was about. We went for my girlfriends birthday weekend and enjoyed the beaches but the people not so accepting of outsiders. Especially the cranky old man Anthony tied up at the dock next to us.
My husband and I stayed in slip 68. The dock hands were very professional and courteous. The marina itself is lovely and the community where it sits is picturesque. However, the man that has his boat in slip 69 was extremely rude. He is an older man who upon leaving his boat for the day, turned on his music very loudly snd didn’t return for hours. Perhaps the people who operate the marina could have done something about this. Otherwise, the marina was exquisite.
Great place. The dockhand was right there to help us tie up and make sure we were all set. Dennis the Dockmaster was very helpful and accommodating. It's our fave marina in FI
Friendly staff, and great location. A bit rocky in this harbor, as it is not very protected from the bay. If you can tolerate sleeping in heavy rocking, then would recommend staying here.
Always great and very accommodating. Wish there was wifi. Also, when there is chop, there is no protection inside the marina.
The Marina is right in the middle in a beautiful town and the views from the docks are incredible. The staff was very good and were always available to help with lines etc. The only issue I had as a transient boater, is the lack of marina facilities; bathroom, shower, garbage disposal etc. Other than that, the place was really great!
Awesome time! It was our first night staying out on the boat. Very new to boating. The dock hand was very helpful!
As always, our stay was great. Best dock on fire island to watch the sunset! Dock master Connor was great getting us tied up and hooked into power and water. We’ll be back!
Great location! Very peaceful and beautiful. Amazing sunsets over the Great South Bay.
Another great experience at the Pine, 1st class. As we pulled up, Connor was waiting for us and incredibly eager to help. He knew his stuff and helped quickly tie the boat up...even did a creative pattern with the lines. Thank you Connor - our compliments - you helped make our stay even better. Thank you Pines for having us. It's a beautiful place!
The dockhands were great! very helpful getting us tied up.. The pines were great.. great beach... the crowds weren't too bad.. and there were no bugs.. The "hook" was rough the first night though... it was like sleeping in a washing machine. There should also be an official bathroom for marina guests too.
Great location. Great staff. We will be back soon. We spent three weeks there his summer. Loved it.
Nice small marina. Very accommodating staff. We came in at low tide - had 4-4.5 ft depth in the channel approaching, and 10 ft at the slip.
Overall I was satisfied with our stay, however I must mention that the marina itself has no amenities to speak of or floating docks. If you're thinking of staying here be sure to check the weather especially the wind direction. If the wind is from the East or North East you might not want to visit. The marina is wide open to the bay facing east. Our first night was like sleeping in a washing machine, in fact the wave action was so severe that both dock cleats were torn out leaving my boat swing badly all night long. The marina crew was quick to correct this situation and in general were very helpful especially when we were leaving. The area itself is terrific with a couple of good restaurants within a short walk. Water taxis make the Pines a regular stop making it very easy to hope from beach to beach if you wish to see more of the area. I'm looking forward to coming back so long as the wind is S or SW!