Danfords Hotel & Marina Danfords Hotel & Marina

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Each room at Danfords Hotel, Marina & Spa is uniquely appointed, with its own elegant furnishings and amenities, creating a luxurious and private retreat.

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Danfords Hotel & Marina Danfords Hotel & Marina


Danfords Hotel, Marina & Spa is the perfect boaters' destination. We offer over 100 slips and can accommodate vessels up to 320 feet.

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Danfords Marina

Long Island’s only North Shore Resort & Marina


Max Draft 14′ / Max Length 320′

Transient vessels are required to check in at the dock house upon arrival

  • Check in 12:00 PM
  • Check out 11:00 AM
  • All vessels that remain after check out are charged the hourly rate
  • If late check out is requested, boater must make arrangements with the Dockmaster ahead of time.

Reservation Deposits

  • Deposits are equivalent to first night stay including utilities

Cancellation Policy

  • 72 hours prior to reservation date
  • 1 week prior to any holiday reservation date


  • PJ Sea Buoy Latitude/Longitude: 40 59.28 N, 73 06.44 W
  • Marina Latitude/Longitude : 40 56.94 N, 73 04.21 W

VHF Radio

  • Monitor VHF channel 9
  • To dock, please contact us within the Port Jefferson Harbor on VHF Channel 9

Harbor Regulations

While boating within the Port Jefferson Harbor Complex, a 5 MPH speed limit must be maintained within:

  • The Federal Channel and the area between the jetties forming the entrance to the harbor
  • Any Access Lane – Little Bay, Conscience Bay and Setauket Harbor
  • Area from Narrows Access Lane to Conscience Bay
  • 100 feet of any moored vessel, anchored vessel, swimming area or swimmer, dock or pier, or shoreline with harbor complex

In areas not described above, vessels may travel at speeds up to, but not exceeding, 30 MPH.

 Between sunrise and sunset, a vessel towing a water skier may exceed the 5 MPH speed limit up to and not exceeding 30 MPH at least 300 feet from shore, within Conscience Bay and Little Bay. This does not exempt proper speed limits should another vessel enter the area.