Hampton Watercraft & Marine acquires Long Island marina

Hampton Watercraft & Marine said it purchased its newest marina on Seatuck Cove in Eastport, N.Y.
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 Hampton Watercraft & Marine acquired a marina in Eastport, N.Y., that has 100 slips and can haul boats as large as 60 feet.

Hampton Watercraft & Marine acquired a marina in Eastport, N.Y., that has 100 slips and can haul boats as large as 60 feet.

Hampton Watercraft & Marine said it purchased its newest marina on Seatuck Cove in Eastport, N.Y.

Hampton Watercraft said the new marina is a full-service facility with 5 acres, 100 slips and the equipment to haul boats as large as 60 feet. It has certified marine technicians and sales staff and offers in-water dockage, valet services, winter storage, gas and diesel fuel, and a ship’s store with watersports accessories, ice, bait and tackle.

As at its Hampton Bays and Westhampton Beach locations, Hampton Watercraft will represent Boston Whaler, MasterCraft, Key West Boats and Tiara Yachts in Eastport.

Hampton Watercraft said the business was founded by Tony Villareale in 1990 after years of running his own boat detailing service. His brother Joe joined the business two years later and it now has three locations on eastern Long Island, with marinas in Hampton Bays and Eastport and a showroom location in Westhampton Beach.

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