INTRODUCTION 3
  Preface and Background ... 4
Map of the Fourteen Sub-Regions ... 5
The Atlantic Cruising Club’s Ratings ... 6
Tour of a Marina Report ... 7
The Marina Reports — Detailed Explanation of the Content ... 8
The Data Gathering and Review Process ... 12
The Digital Guide on CD-ROM — Installation and Use ... 13
The Atlantic Cruising Club’s WebSite ... 14
Acknowledgments ... 14
 
GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE - LIST OF MARINAS 16
 
GUIDE TO LONG ISLAND SOUND MARINAS - THE MARINA REPORTS 21
I. Rhode Island — Block Island Sound ... 21 VIII. New York — Eastern Long Island’s North Shore ... 151
II. Connecticut — Fishers Island Sound ... 29 IX. New York — Long Island’s North Fork ... 161
III. Connecticut — Connecticut River ... 51 X. New York — Long Island’s South Fork ... 183
IV. Connecticut — Eastern Long Island Sound ... 73 XI. New York — Long Island’s South Shore Inlets ... 205
V. Connecticut — Western Long Island Sound ... 93 XII. New York/New Jersey — New York Harbor ... 217
VI. New York — Western Long Island Sound ... 111 XIII. New Jersey — Upper Atlantic Inlets ... 231
VII. New York — Western Long Island’s North Shore ... 127 XIV. New Jersey — Lower Atlantic Inlets ... 257
 
ADDENDA 273
  A Suggested Reading List ... 274
No Discharge Area Regulations and Pump-out Facilities ... 278
The Environmental Protection Agency — Long Island Sound Division ... 279
Save The Sound ... 280
Deciphering the Alphabet — Marine Industry Organizations ... 281
WI-FI Wireless Broadband Network Services ... 282
 
INDEX ET AL. 283
Alphabetical Index of Marinas, Harbors and Cities ... 283
About the Authors ... 286
Cruiser Comment Form ... 287
Order Form ... 288
 
To ensure objectivity, there is absolutely no charge to marinas or boating facilities for their inclusion in the Atlantic Cruising Club’s Guides,
and ACC neither solicits nor accepts marina advertising. ACC reviewers have visited every Marina included in the Guides at least once —
usually multiple times. All ACC reviewers and personnel pay for their dockage and other marina services and, if arriving by boat, do not
identify themselves until the conclusion of a marina stay.