Old Bluebill Goes Down the River

I was a little nervous when I arrived at Riverhead’s downtown waterfront Aug. 6 to enter my tiny water heater-box

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So You Want To Build a Cardboard Boat? Have You Gone Daft?

by Beth Young The idea began like many of my other half-baked plans: with a supposedly useless bit of packaging.

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Schooner Roseway to Spend Independence Day in Greenport

The educational schooner Roseway is coming to Greenport on the Fourth of July, with an expected arrival of 9 a.m., according to

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Fire Fighter Returns to Greenport

In the dead of the night overnight June 8, the FDNY Fireboat Fire Fighter returned to Greenport, after spending the

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America’s Fireboat Gets a Makeover

Greenport has been missing a little bit of history all winter without the FDNY fireboat Fire Fighter tied to the

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Human Powered: Round Robins Island

I don’t think I’ll ever forget the first time I paddled a kayak across the north race from New Suffolk

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Spanish Galleon “El Galeón” to Call in Greenport

Editor’s Note (Oct. 25): Owing to prevailing and expected weather conditions, El Galeón has extended her stay, is not expected to

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Greenport Gets Ready For Maritime Festival

This year will mark the 27th year the East End Seaport Museum has celebrated the nautical history of the East

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Getting Ready for Sag Harbor’s Harborfest

Sag Harbor hosts its 53rd Annual Harborfest next weekend, a village-wide event celebrating the maritime history of Sag Harbor.The weekend includes

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Great Peconic Race Supports Shellfish, Paddling Community

The third annual Great Peconic Race on Shelter Island will be held this coming Saturday, Sept. 10, and this year,

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Coast Guard to Paddlers: Avoid Unnecessary Searches

By USCG Petty Officer 3rd Class Nicole J. Groll Since Memorial Day, the Coast Guard First District command center in

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