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Oyster Bay, New York - NY, United States
OBMC is a full-service marina and boatyard in Oyster Bay Harbor, boasting deep water (over 22 feet of water at low tide) and super yacht accommodations up to 160 feet in length. Boaters will love a stop at Oyster Bay Marine Center for a variety of reasons,including its close proximity to the village of Oyster Bay. From the docks, guests can stroll right into the heart of town where they will find excellent restaurants, bars and retailers. History buffs are encouraged to visit the Oyster Bay Historical Society to learn more about the area's rich heritage and tradition.
In addition to walking this amazing town, there's plenty of amenities onsite at the marina for boaters who prefer to stay close. The marina itself embodies the best of Gold Coast boating as it is surrounded by hills, bluffs and wooden terrain that sparkles. Be sure to take a moment to relax and view the natural surroundings, as well as the beautiful and famous mansions that overlook the harbor.
Shower facilities are available on the premises, as well as WiFi and a picnic area for grilling. There's also a snack shop onsite for guests needing a quick bite. As the only full-service boatyard and marina in Oyster Bay Harbor, Oyster Bay Marine Center is committed to providing excellent boat service. Last, but not least, this marina has gas, diesel and pumpout so you can easily ready your boat for your next trip out on the water.Read More
40.875249 / -73.52781
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Paul on July 1st, 2021:
|Vessel Name||Boat Type||Vessel LOA||Vessel Draft|
|S/V Nova||Sail||43 ft||4.0 ft|
The transient moorings are pretty far from the dock but I tend to prefer that anyway - there is usually less traffic.
The town is very nice with several great restaurants to choose from. Though everything is quite expensive (Long Island pricing!). It's a bit of a walk but not terrible.
There is a commuter rail terminus here, but I believe it would take a considerable amount of time to get from here into Manhattan.
There is really good protection from wind, waves, current, and general weather in their mooring field, and the boats are well spread out.
There is a little bit of wake but the boaters seem to abide by the 5mph speed signs (or at least get close).