Sag Harbor Sailing
Sag Harbor NY 11963 is The Place To Be This Summer
Although the last year did not sail by like anything resembling a dream cruise, we’ve got great news! There’s a new summer right around the corner and you can make it smooth-sailing by planning an unforgettable summer 2021 boat ride that’ll scare your 2020 hiccups away in one New York minute. Well, maybe a New York long weekend aboard a sailboat in Sag Harbor.
Sailing in Sag Harbor Is Right Around the Bay
2020 had everyone in a twist waiting at home for the weather to change so they could finally make some plans to get out and have a day…or “a whole summer of fun, please”. You aren’t alone in your need to check out of the last year and check into a fresh experience, so our first recommendation if you’re thinking of sailing off into the sunset in The Hamptons this summer is for you and any guests to book early! Hit the a Yacht Hampton website, and get your confirmation email as soon as possible before every boat, yacht and sailboat available for private charter is gone.
Yacht Hampton Boat Rental makes your day on the water especially easy as guests can choose to sail to Shelter Island, sail to Gardiner’s Bay, sail to a great private cove or just keep sailing around the harbor enjoying the perfect weather, cruising until sunset. A Sag Harbor sunset on the water is absolutely the best possible climax to a perfect cruise day.
No Sailing Experience? No Worry!
The beauty of renting a boat charter in Sag Harbor is the great confidence you get with a captain that comes along to do the sailing for you. You want to learn how to navigate the sailboat yourself? Great idea! There are loads of places in and near Sag harbor that offer private sailing lessons, anywhere from one to four hours long. See the captain at any of the sailboat charters in the harbor for an available slot—and they’ll have you steering in no time.
After the Sailing In The Sag Is Done
Part of the experience of spending the day sailing in Sag Harbor, is docking somewhere along the harbor for a great Long Island meal. On the menu of most Sag Harbor eateries is, of course, fresh seafood right out of the Atlantic.
Food for Every Mood in Sag Harbor
When you think about what to eat after a full day of Sag Harbor sailing, the first thing to likely pop into your mind is a full plate of seafood. But, you also must consider that you are in Sag Harbor NY, one of the gourmet foodiest states in the country, so you expect most every kind of cuisine here to be good—no, great. And it pretty much is the case. So whatever mood your palate is in, you can make it happy in The Hamptons.
Seafood Is the Star
It’s not easy pulling yourself off an amazing day of sailing, but there are so many great restaurants right on the water, you can extend that beachy feeling right through the evening.
Some of the best places for seafood on the water in Sag Harbor include The Dock House, known for its lobster bacon roll and clam chowder, Baron’s Cove, with its beautiful panoramic view and classic american seafood dishes, including your basic surf n turf, and The Bell & Anchor where you can’t go wrong with a plate of oysters or their bouillabaisse loaded with fresh muscles, clams, shrimp, and a lovely topping of lobster.
You Might Want To Extend Your Stay Just To Eat
Yes, there are so many more great places to eat! For some fun kitchen theater, head out to Lulu Kitchen & Bar, where the cooks prepare wood fired food in an open kitchen. Or go Italian at Cappelletti Italian Grill, K Pasa, Il Cappuccino, or Dopo La Spiaggia (considered by many to be the best restaurant in town). You can enjoy authentic Mexican at Estia’s Little Kitchen if you’re craving a chip crunch and homemade guacamole.
Too tired to think about what to eat? Just roll into Sag Pizza and then finish at Buddhaberry Ice Cream & Yogurt for dessert. One thing is guaranteed; you will sleep like a baby and dream all night about the gentle rocking of your next Sag Harbor sailing adventure.