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Huntington was founded in 1653 when three men from Oyster Bay purchased a parcel of land (historically known as the “First Purchase”) from the native Matinecock tribe and promptly gave it over to the settlers who were already living there, making their settlement legal. This parcel bordered Cold Spring Harbor to the west, Northport Harbor to the east, Long Island Sound to the north and what is now Old Country Road to the south. Huntington expanded to include an area comprising the modern Towns of Huntington and Babylon--which was separated into its own town in 1872. The Huntington economy back then was mostly agricultural and shipping, with its well-protected harbor.

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YACHTS LOCATED NEAR Huntington New York

photo of 116' AB 116 2012

Diamond

116' AB 116 2012

New York, New York, United States

United Listing
photo of 79' AC Mcleod Custom Sternwheeler House Barge 1982

Elena Queen of Arts

79' AC Mcleod Custom Sternwheeler House Barge 1982

Haverstraw, New York, United States

photo of 78' Maori 78 Express 2021

78' Maori 78 Express 2021

New York and Miami, New York, United States

photo of 74' Sunseeker 74 Predator 2019

Strategic Dreams

74' Sunseeker 74 Predator 2019

Sag Harbor, New York, United States

photo of 68' Stephens Classic 1981

GREAT SCOTT

68' Stephens Classic 1981

New York, New York, United States

photo of 66' Astondoa 66 Flybridge 2020

Serenity

66' Astondoa 66 Flybridge 2020

New Rochelle, New York, United States

photo of 66' Sunseeker Manhattan 66 2019

DONE DEAL

66' Sunseeker Manhattan 66 2019

New York, United States

photo of 65' Ferretti Yachts Ferretti 650 2018

SILVER LINING

65' Ferretti Yachts Ferretti 650 2018

Port Washington, New York, United States

photo of 65' Pacific Mariner 2005

Summer Wind

65' Pacific Mariner 2005

Port Washington, New York, United States

United Listing
photo of 65' Custom East Bay Boat Works Paddle Wheeler 1987

Lauren Kristy

65' Custom East Bay Boat Works Paddle Wheeler 1987

Oakdale, New York, United States

photo of 65' Azimut 1993

65' Azimut 1993

New York, United States

photo of 64' Maori 64 Express 2021

64' Maori 64 Express 2021

New York, United States

photo of 64' Pershing 2013

SoundView

64' Pershing 2013

Port Washington, New York, United States

photo of 63' Sea Ray Super Sun Sport 1993

PRECIOUS CARGO

63' Sea Ray Super Sun Sport 1993

New York, New York, United States

photo of 62' Azimut 62 Evolution 2009

Odyssea

62' Azimut 62 Evolution 2009

Greenport, New York, United States

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During the American Revolutionary War, the British used Huntington for its headquarters until the end of the war. As with the eastern end of Long Island, the 1867 advent of the Long Island Railroad opened the Huntington area to become a popular tourist destination. Cold Spring Harbor became an upscale summer resort. In the 1890s to 1930s—a span of 40 years during America’s Industrial Revolution, some 1200 mansions were built on Long Island’s North Shore, known as the Gold Coast. Today less than 30% of those original mansions remain. By the end of WWII, the area saw tremendous growth in population as farms and resorts transformed to residential commuting communities and upscale estates.

Today, the Town of Huntington is one of the trendiest cultural hubs on Long Island. Downtown Huntington offers premier restaurants, boutiques, specialty shops, galleries and entertainment venues for concerts, theatrical performances, and museums. The Paramont, which opened in 2012, is the Town of Huntington’s nightclub hot spot. The bi-level venue hosts an average of 200 events each year and is ranked 5th top club venue worldwide since its opening. This waterfront community with beautiful, protected harbors, marinas, beaches and parks has much to offer visitors year-round and seasonally. Huntington is the setting of The Lockhorns comic strip, Wonder Years TV Series, sitcom Growing Pains and has been used as a filming location for movies (Gatsby) and TV productions. Many well-known sports figures, actors/actresses, writers, musicians, politicians, other celebrities and corporate Who’s Whos currently reside in or are from the Huntington area.

The Oheka Castle Hotel & Estate is the former Otto Hermann Kahn Estate built in 1914-1919 and is the second largest private home in America with 127 rooms in over 109,000 square feet. This historic chateau, originally the summer home of the Kahn family, was sold in 1934 after Otto Kahn’s death. After 50 years of changing hands, the Oheka Castle was purchased by Gary Melius in 1984 who sought to restore it to Otto Kahn’s original design with its formal reflection pools and hedged walkways. Oheka was transformed into a hotel with 32 guest rooms and suites, restaurant, bar, catering hall and offers tours of the opulent, historic estate. It is a popular site for celebrity and dignitary weddings and on location shoots for film and TV productions. Oheka Castle is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Of additional interest to history buffs, is the Walt Whitman Birthplace—home of America’s greatest poet. Designated a New York State historical site, it is listed on New York State and National Registers of Historical Places. Visitors can enjoy poetry readings and events for children.

Caumsett State Park is the former estate of Marshall Field III who purchased the 1750-acre parcel in 1921 to build a “self-sufficient” estate consisting of the main house, a country club and hunting preserve, and its own water and electrical supplies. Set on a peninsula that juts out into the Long Island Sound, the former estate was acquired by New York State in 1961 and offers recreational activities such hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, bridle paths and nature trails, along with beautiful gardens, fishing and scuba diving (by permit only) and educational programs.

Visiting boaters and yachtsmen with Yachting Club of America memberships have several options in the Huntington Harbor area. As always, reservations must be made in advance of arrival. The Town of Huntington maintains and operates two marinas and moorings--Halesite Marina, Mill Dam Marina, Mooring Permits. Be sure to contact the Harbormaster’s Office as there is a waiting list of 5-6 years average for larger boats and a few months to a year for smaller boats! Slips must be applied for in-person from the Harbormaster’s Office.

Willis Marine Center, located at the head of Huntington Harbor, is protected from storms by the surrounding hills. The marina has 100 slips and 70 moorings and offers seasonal and transient dockage/moorage.

Knutson’s Yacht Haven Marina, family owned and operated since 1935, was founded by the Thomas Knutson Shipbuilding Corp. Grandson Peter Knutson carries on the family tradition of professional service using some of the same facilities to work on some of the finest yachts in New England area. Located in the heart of Huntington Harbor, Knutson’s Marina has easy access to Huntington Bay, Centerport, Northport, Lloyd Harbor, Easton’s Neck, fishing waters and beaches, along with the town’s fine dining, shopping, nightlife and entertainment. As a full-service marina, it offers dockage and mooring options with 130 in-water slips and 75+ moorings for vessels up to 68’, dockside parking, wi-fi, facilities, pump-out station, adjacent picnic area, deep protected harbor, expert yard and dockhands. Transient moorings are available daily and weekly.

Huntington Yacht Club is proud of its 125-year tradition of excellence. The Club offers a variety of membership levels; amenities include social events, dining, bar, pool and more. The Marina won “Elite” status from Marina.com and is located on Huntington Harbor with easy access to the Long Island Sound and features 100 state-of-the-art slips with power, water, wi-fi at every dock and a field of 60 moorings. Visiting yachtsmen may be guests if they are members of a recognized yacht club (Yachting Club of America member) or if sponsored by a member of HYC, for a maximum 2-week stay for slip or moorings. Maximum vessel length is 100’ with a maximum 24’ beam. Amenities include fuel dock, dinghy dock, ice, and facilities. Repair services with travel lift are nearby.

Wyncote Club was founded in 1956 to promote pleasure boating. The marina features 77 slips and moorings, fuel dock, Boat House, water, power, ice, facilities, security, safe parking, wet and dry winter storage. A limited number of slips are available—apply for Membership. Wyncote Club serves members and the local boating community with BBQs and social activities—cruises, fishing trips, socializing. Transients with a recognized yacht club membership are offered reciprocal Yacht Club privileges.