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East End Seaport Museum
Wiggins Street, Greenport, NY 11944
The East End Seaport Museum exhibits a variety of local seafaring artifacts including lighthouse lenses and displaysMore of Greenport's fishing and oyster industries. The Maritime Museum is located in the former railroad station adjacent to the North Ferry Terminal. The mission of the East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation is "to recognize, restore and preserve the maritime heritage of the East End of Long Island, New York."
Port of Egypt Marine Inc.
62300 Main Rd, Southold, NY 11971
 From its early days as a 1940s fishing station to a 21st century award-winning and full-service marina with hotelMore and fine
dining restaurant, Port of Egypt Marine has served the changing needs of visiting boaters and vacationers to the North Fork on the East End of Long Island. Nestled between Southold, the first English settlement in New York, and the historic maritime seaport of Greenport, the eight-acre waterfront property with expansive bay view, including bird sanctuary, has a full dock with 150 slips, high/dry stack storage for 80 boats, 25-ton travel lift, new
and used boat sales with award-winning boat service, marine supply store, bait and tackle store, retail fish market, swimming pool with bath house, kayak and bicycle rentals, Hertz car rental, 17-suite Heron Suites accommodations, and new fine-dining restaurant being built.  In 2010, Port of Egypt Marine celebrates its 50th anniversary as the nation's first Grady-White fishing and cruising boat dealership.