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Wm. J. Mills & Co.
74100 W. Front St, Greenport, NY 11944
Wm. J. Mills & Co. is a family-run sailing and boat canvas business specializing in Boston Whaler canvasMore manufacturing. It produces and sells sails, boating canvas covers, home awnings and canvas bags. Products can be made for all models. 
Southold Yacht Club
165 N Parish Dr, Southold, NY 11971
Southold Yacht Club is a small, private yacht club located just past the Goose Creek bridge. The Southold Yacht Club isMore focused on family fun and sharing the love of sailing with others. In addition to youth sailing lessons, weekly club races are held. Whether it's sunfish races or local regattas, Southold Yacht Club has many opportunities for young sailors to hone their skills. Southold Yacht Club also hosts social events throughout the summer months.
Peconic Dunes Camp
6375 Soundview Ave, Southold, NY 11971
Peconic Dunes Camp hosts an environmental education center and yearly outdoor summer camps that allow participants theMore opportunity to escape the day-to-day toil and appreciate the beauty of nature.  Camp programs include day camps, spring break and summer camps, rookie camps, a sailing program and a training program for aspiring counselors.
Horton's Point Lighthouse Park
3575 Lighthouse Rd, Southold, NY 11971
George Washington ordered the construction of this lighthouse in 1797 to guide ships sailing from Boston to New YorkMore City. Now, the lighthouse-turned-museum and park at the end of Lighthouse Rd. is frequented by locals and visitors seeking a glimpe into maritime history as well as a fantastic view of Long Island Sound atop a rocky bluff. Southold Park District maintains the park and Southold Historical Society runs the museum. The grounds can be used for picnics and small wedding ceremonies.
Orient Yacht Club
2110 Village Ln, Orient, NY 11957
The Orient Yacht Club is a private yacht located at the end of the wharf off Village Lane. Orient is one of the mostMore scenic locations on the North Fork, and it's location is perfect for sailing or boating and fishing in Peconic Bay and Plum Gut. Plum Gut, known locally as "the Gut," yields large striped bass and bluefish in the rip current between Orient Point and Plum Island. The Orient Yacht Club has five private docks with more than 60 slips. The current commodore is Peter McGreevy.
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