Sailing in Ronkonkoma


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  • WaterFront Center
    The future of Oyster Bay is in good hands with The WaterFront Center, a nonprofit U.S. Sailing–accredited facility that teaches both youths and adults to conserve their local environment. In addition to demonstrating the importance of environmental responsibility, the center also instills sailing skills in people of all ages, from their Lil’ Luffers class for third and fourth graders to US Sailing certification for those ready to take the boat out on their own. For corporate groups, they teach a different kind of lesson out on the water with outings designed to teach team development or effective communication. The WaterFront Center also rents sailboats and kayaks to veteran boaters or trustworthy gusts of wind.
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    1 West End Avenue
    Oyster Bay, NY US
  • Xtreme Fitness Bootcamp
    Equipment: TRX, medicine balls, bosu, weights, plates, mats, and exercise balls Students should bring: Bottle of water, and some people bring a post-workout snack Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 30?60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Outdoors only Established: 2010 Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Free street parking Pro Tip: Go at your own pace. Our groups have a lot of fun working out, and the results are amazing. Q&A with the Owner Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? Our circuit method, the variation of exercises, and the group component all help our clients stay motivated. They feel accountable to not only themselves but also to the group. Their success is our success. When and how did you first develop a passion for fitness? When I played division-one ice hockey. I worked with amazing trainers before becoming a personal trainer. My passion was confirmed when I helped my first client go from 230 pounds to 140 pounds in 75 sessions.
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    1875 Noble Ave
    Bridgeport, CT US
  • The Boat Locker
    The Boat Locker, founded in 1957, continues to furnish all manners of outdoor activities with boats and boating gear alongside an extensive stock of snowboards, standup paddleboards, and accessories. Careen across wintry slopes or down carpeted escalators atop a selection of Arbor snowboards ($299+) while outfitted in Burton boots, binding, and apparel ($20+). Standup paddleboards ($799+) surf down shores while sets of Anon goggles ($65+) shield eyes from chilly mountain breezes. The protective lenses of pairs of Kaenon, Maui Jim, Oakley and Gill sunglasses ($70+) safeguard wearers? mugs against harsh elements when snowboarding or after accidentally falling face-first into the office koi pond.
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    1543 Post Rd E
    Westport, CT US
  • Sound Sailing Center
    A new graduate of Martin van Breems' Basic Keelboat course out on his first sail was pounded by driving rain and battered by winds raging at almost 35 miles per hour, but he kept his cool. When his fellow sailors found him, his jib was rolled, his main was reefed, and Breems recalls that it, "felt pretty darn good to see him doing exactly what he should have done in difficult conditions, instead of panicking." Founded in 1986, Sound Sailing Center?s expert sailors introduce students to the Sound during their professional-quality classes. Their instruction philosophy ensures the proper learning environment for each student with classes that span several days with fewer students per class and a fleet equipped for single-handed sailing. The center also offers a variety of membership options.
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    54A Calf Pasture Beach Rd.
    Norwalk, CT US
  • Miss Freeport V Party Boat
    Captain Frank Rizzo and his crew draw on 35 years of navigation experience to pilot the Freeport Princess along the placid waters of Freeport?s Nautical Mile. On the night of their dinner cruise, passengers stroll up the gangplank of the 105-foot Coast Guard?certified yacht to wave kerchiefs at land-bound friends or don mermaid costumes and clamber onto the prow for luck. Once at sail, patrons can settle into plush stools and couches lining the main deck?s sumptuous windowed lounge, and slide past the cash bar for libations (not included in the dinner cruise) to toast the luxurious evening. The steaming buffet tempts diners with four gourmet appetizers and entrees in the formal dining area on the lower deck ringed with clear lucite tables to protect guests from having their shoelaces tied together while eating. Passengers can mount the elegant glassed-in stairs to the upper level, where DJs spin tunes on a large dance floor sparkling with disco lights and an outer deck lets passengers relish ocean breezes and peaceful views of the Nautical Mile?s cozy harbors.
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    85 Woodcleft Ave
    Freeport, NY US
  • Bridge Marine Sales and Marina
    Fresh fare can be found at Bridge Marine Sales and Marina, where diners seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. Outdoor dining doesn't get much better than the beautiful patio at Bridge Marine Sales and Marina. No delivery needed. In and out for carryout. Drivers will find parking not far from the restaurant. The menu at Bridge Marine Sales and Marina is reasonably priced, with most items costing less than $30.
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    40 Ludlam Ave
    Bayville, NY US

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