Harbor and Docks

The Harbormaster is responsible for the enforcement of the Navigation Law, Penal Law, Local Law (Chapter 278) and the Local Waterfront Revitalization Program. The Harbormaster also collects the required information from all foreign flag vessels as directed by Homeland Security.

In addition to regulating the waterways of the Village of Sag Harbor, this office also regulates the waterways of the Village of North Haven, under municipal agreement.

The Harbormaster’s Office oversees the management and collection of dockage fees for the Sag Harbor Village Marine Facilities. We offer both seasonal and transient dockage and moorings.

The Village of Sag Harbor will begin accepting transient slip and mooring reservations through DOCKWA for the 2023 boating season on January 1, 2023. We are also accepting transient dockage reservations for vessels from 100-175 feet in length. For information on transient slip reservations, please visit www.dockwa.com . For annual (seasonal) dockage or moorings please contact Heather Zaykowski at the Village Office at (631) 725-0222.

The boating season in Sag Harbor runs from April 1st through October 31st. Payment for dockage or moorings for returning customers is due, in full, by January 13, 2023. Any slips or moorings which remain unpaid as of January 14, 2023 will be reassigned.

  • Dock Personnel monitor VHF Channel 9 and the Harbormaster monitors Channel 16.
  • Free pump out service is provided.
  • Power Supply is either 30 or 50 amp.
  • Heads and showers are provided for marina and mooring field guests.
  • Potable water is provided for vessels in the Sag Harbor Village Mooring Field.
  • It is a short walk from any of our marina facilities to Sag Harbor shops, restaurants and public bus transportation.

Click to view Tempest Station Data: Sag Harbor Village Weather System

For Village Dockage Locations, please click on the following link:  Village Dockage Locations

2016 Water Quality Improvement Plan (PDF)

Harbor Management Plan Map (PDF)

Harbor Management Chart 1

Harbor Management Chart 2

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