Daily Harbor Tours on Long Island’s Only Non-polluting Electric powered passenger vessel

Harbor Tours Daily

Memorial Day to July 3 (Fri/Sat/Sun)
12:00, 1:30, 3:00, 4:30
July 4 to Labor Day
12:00, 1:30, 3:00, 4:30
12:00, 4:30
Labor Day to Columbus Day
12:00, 1:30, 3:00, 4:30
45 minute tours. Departing Preston's dock. Sign up at the dock 30 minutes prior to departure.

$20 adults
$15 (65 an older)
$5 (12 and under)



Available for groups of up to 14 for $300 an hour. Please call for availability and to book your charter.

GLORY's Back to Nature Cruise

Experience the Beauty of the Bay From the Pristine Tidal Marshland to the White Sandy Beaches of the Nature Preserve

The final choice of destinations takes us past the Railroad dock and Fanning Point into the protected waters of Pipe’s Cove. It is here that the world-famous Pipes Cove oysters-served at the famous Grand Central Oyster Bar- are cultivated and grown. Pipe’s Cove has acres of pristine tidal marshland as well as a private beach that is a nature preserve. It is also the location of the Silver Sands Motel-a world-famous destination for visitors coming to Greenport.

On the beach at the Silver Sands is a very productive osprey nest. The owners of the Silver Sands have put a television camera on the nest so people who go to their web site can see real time video of the osprey. Pipe's Cove named for the barrels or pipes that were fabricated here from the native oak that once grew in this area during the colonial period. The view from Pipe's Cove across the bay to Shelter Island Heights is quite magnificent and because there has been very little development along this strip of land it is not very difficult to imagine what this vista looked like 100 years ago

PLEASE NOTE: All destinations are weather and traffic dependent. All the destinations are quite unique and offer the passengers pleasure and enjoyment.

Did You Know?

One hundred eleven rare species reside within the Peconic watershed. Compared to other estuaries, the Peconic Estuary is relatively pristine. The health of the Peconic Estuary can be partially attributed to its rural surroundings. Nearly 25% of the land that falls within the watershed is classified as open space, and the year-round human population is just 100,000.


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