Captain Lou gives his guests two ways to explore the South Bay, but both are by boat. For the outdoorsman, he and his staff lead fishing tours out on the bay. Each boat is equipped with contemporary fish-tracking and navigational equipment, so it's easy to locate the best spots to anchor. Social butterflies, however, might opt for moonlight party cruises across the water in cruising yachts, which can each hold up to 149 guests.
Just a few steps from the inn, Freeport's Nautical Mile invites leisurely, sea-scented walks along a mile of waterfront bordered by bars, restaurants, and shops. New York City is also just a train ride away on the Long Island Rail Road, which deposits riders at Manhattan's Pennsylvania Station, minutes from Times Square and Broadway. On Long Island's northern shore, Sands Point Preserve's nature trails wind past christmas ferns, bluebirds, and reclusive rabbits operating the secret stills to produce the island's famous iced tea.
Long Island’s only full-service casino, Opus Casino Cruise Lines launches twice-daily cruises full of entertainment and fine food. After boarding at Freeport, voyagers can head up to the third deck to grab an indoor or outdoor seat for a gut-stuffing buffet meal. The approximately six-hour journey sets out into the Atlantic's international waters, allowing for occasional glimpses of multilingual mermaids. On the first deck, video or mechanical slot machines, in denominations as low as two cents per play line, let seafarers try their luck with a card preloaded with $40 of credits. High rollers can venture up to the second deck for more slots, as well as live card-game tables, roulette, and craps.
Our 100-Calorie Brownies, low-fat Soy Crisps and recently-debuted Fruit & Nut Energy Bars are some of the hottest items in diet trends today. Our Marshmallow Brown Rice Treats and Gluten-Free Oatmeal Cookies have the gluten-free community raving for more, and who knows what we’ll come up with next?
The kinetic clash of zipping projectiles resonates throughout Baseball Plus’s expansive indoor facility, where baseball players and golfers alike can groom their game in multiple batting cages and state-of-the-art Full Swing golf simulators. The studio’s mechanical hurlers paint the plate with pitches dialed to one of seven total speeds—topping out at 80 mph and hitting the low-end with high-arcing, slow-pitch softball—for players to swat with their trusty bat or swimming noodle. Up to four linksmen can loop the realistic-looking courses contained in each golf simulator, which precisely replicates the emerald corridors of 50 worldwide courses. Players can spend their two-hour session playing competitive rounds of golf or in training modules that foster games of longest drive, closest to the pin, and greatest postswing pirouette.