East Hampton


Take one of the Yacht Hampton Charters to the East End to get to your Hamptons destination.

Best Time to Visit East Hampton

For a respite from the crowds, the best time to travel to the Hamptons is before the tourists arrive at Memorial Day or after the end of the summer season at Labor Day.

Getting to East Hampton

The cheapest and fastest option for getting to the Hamptons is to take a train on the Montauk Line of the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) from Penn Station in Manhattan. The Ronkonkoma branch makes stops on the North Fork, all the way out to Greenport, while the Montauk branch hits stops along the South Fork, including East Hampton, Amagansett and Montauk.

Things to Do in East Hampton

East Hampton is the perfect summer getaway. You can still enjoy the beach and dine in the restaurants along the coast. There’s far more to the Hamptons than just drinking rosé while lying on a giant swan-shaped pool float. Come aboard the Yacht Hamptons Charter boats for a unique Hampton’s experience.

Travel Distance


Name Location Rate Per Foot
East Hampton Point 19 Boat Yard Rd, East Hampton, NY 11937 2019 Transient Reservation Rates
Monthly $135/ft.
Weekly $35/ft.
Daily $5.50/ft.
Hourly $2/ft.
Electrical Connection
30Amp, Daily: $25, Weekly: $125, Monthly: $600
50Amp or 2x30Amp, Daily: $30, Weekly: $150, Monthly: $725
100Amp or 2x50Amp, Daily: $50, Weekly: $250, Monthly: $1,200
Three Mile Harbor 6 Boat Yard Rd, East Hampton, NY 11937
Three Mile Harbor Marina receives transient boaters between the operating hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm, 7 days a week, in season. Check-in time is at 11:00am
Harbor Marina of East Hampton 423 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Rd, 39 Gann Rd, East Hampton, NY 11937
Dock- $3.95/ft off-peak; $5.95/ft peak
Mooring- Not Offered
Day Trip- $1.75/ft per hour w/ $40 minimum