BELLPORT VILLAGE MARINA
Located at the end of Bellport Lane, the Bellport Village Marina is busy all year round. During the warmer months, sailboat races happen every week and residents gather to socialize while children play on the newly refurbished playground.
When the bay freezes solid during the colder months, hockey games, skating and sledding are just a few of the numerous activities happening while ice scooters race across the bay as fast at the wind will carry them.
The Marina offers a spectacular view of the Great South Bay and Fire Island. It is surrounded by lush park grounds, a playground and a band shell.
There are over 150 berths in the Marina along with a launching ramp and preference is given to village residents. Transient slips are available on a first come, first served basis. Fishing and crabbing from the dock is open to residents only.
Marina Resident Berth Rates:
- 18 Foot Minimum – $1,134.00
- Per foot – $63.00
- Winter Rate – Per Foot Charge – $10.00
- Seasonal Launch Permit – $135.00
- Daily Launch Fee – $15.00
- Personal Watercraft – $135.00
- Dinghy Storage – $125.00
- Transient Fee – $65.00 per day plus $10.00 fee for electric
- Launch Permit – Season – $250.00
- Daily Launch – $50.00
- Transient Fee – $65.00 per day
- Fire Island Daily Dock Fee – $65.00
There are currently no seasonal boat slips available but if you would like to place your name on the waiting list, fill out the form below and return it to Bellport Village Hall with payment.
The Village offers a summer concert program at the Marina every Friday night. Various bands play everything from Doo-Wop to smooth jazz to country. The concerts are open to residents and non-residents.
The Village of Bellport operates a 42 passenger ferry, named the Whalehouse Point”, between the Village Marina and the Village beach on Fire Island from May through September. The ferry runs on weekends from Memorial Day weekend until school lets out in June then begins running most days of the week through Labor Day.
*** 2017 Season Beach passes will be available for purchase at Village Hall in May 2017. ***
|SUMMER FERRY SCHEDULE *|
|10 am||10:30 am|
|11 am||11:30 am|
|12 noon||12:30 pm|
|1 pm||2:30 pm|
|3 pm||3:30 pm|
|4 pm||4:30 pm|
|5 pm||5:30 pm|
THE FERRY WILL RUN 7 DAYS A WEEK, WEATHER PERMITTING
* Ferry schedule is subject to change.
The Village may revise the schedule in order to accommodate passengers waiting to board the Ferry. The Ferry may not operate on the orders of the Ferry Captain or the Harbor Master due to bad weather or if the beach is closed. Check with the dock master at 286-6093 if you want to confirm the ferry is running.
- Weekday Resident Adult – $8.00
- Weekday Guest – $13.00
- Weekday Guest Youth – $10.00
- Resident Seniors Weekday – $6.00
- Resident Seniors Weekend – $7.00
- Weekend Resident Adult – $10.00
- Weekend Guest – $15.00
- Weekend Guest Youth – $13.00
- Weekday Resident under 12 years old – $4.00
- Weekend Resident under 12 years old – $5.00
- Family Season Pass includes 2 adults, 3 children under 17 years – $450.00
- Each additional child – $75.00
- Senior Season Pass (60 years old +) – $175.00
- Adult Senior Pass (18 to 57 years of age) – $250.00
- Youth Season Pass(3 to 12 years old) – $135.00
- 10 Trip Resident Weekday Coupon Books Available for $60
- 10 Trip Guest Weekday Coupon Books Available for $100
Individual round trip fares can be purchased at the Village Marina prior to ferry departures and must be used on the date of passage. One way fares from the Marina are not available. Residents walking on the ferry from Ho-Hum Beach pay half-fare. Guests must be accompanied by their host resident to the ferry as fares must be paid by Village Residents.
Whalehouse Point – $ 250.00 for the first hour, $125.00 each additional hour; with a 2 Hour Minimum
Ferry Charters are available everyday except Tuesdays.
The Village of Bellport owns and maintains two (2) beaches, Ho-Hum Beach on Fire Island and Mother’s Beach on the Great South Bay.
Ho-Hum Beach is a quaint, pristine stretch of beach located between the Fire Island National Seashore’s Watch Hill and Suffolk County’s Smiths Point Park. It is only accessible by the Ferry and private boat and is open to residents and their guests.
It’s quiet, white sandy beaches attract scores of visitors during summer months who enjoy hiking, sunbathing and swimming. The top of the stairs provides a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean and the Great South Bay. Picnic tables and benches are provided for a picnic lunch or food purchased at the concession stand near the ferry dock. A changing room, cold water showers and restrooms are a short walk from the beach and convenient to the ferry.
Located at the tip of South Howell’s Point Road, this stretch of sandy beach on the Great South Bay is perfect for families. Adjacent to the Bellport Country Club, it has ample parking and a well-equipped playground. SWIMMING IS NOT ALLOWED.
Row Boat Beach Storage
*** Please check with Village Hall for available 2017 slots ***
Dinghy & Kayak storage is available to residents. Located in the marina just east of Osborne Park. There is a 2 rack OR 1 rack & 1 post limit per residence.
One dinghy/kayak per post or rack please.
To obtain your permit, simply fill out an application that can be obtained at Village Hall
Resident must submit proof of residency and the applicable fee for Village Hall to issue you a permit.
Dinghy (post) Storage – $125.00
Kayak (rack) Storage – $75