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32 New York Avenue, Huntington NY 11743
631-421-3366
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Coneys Marine is your local dealer for Catalina and Jeanneau Yachts.
32 New York Avenue, Huntington NY 11743 | 631-421-3366
info@coneys.com
Meet the Coneys Family

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Coneys Marine Launches at our dock
Store & Office Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday: 8am - 5pm
Closed Sunday & Monday
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Phone: (631) 421-3366
Fax: (631) 549-7392

 

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32 New York Avenue
Huntington, NY 11743

Waterfront location:
121 New York Avenue
Halesite, NY 11743

STORE & OFFICE HOURS
TUESDAY-SATURDAY: 8am - 5pm
CLOSED SUNDAY & MONDAY



Phone: (631) 421-3366
Fax: (631) 549-7392

32 New York Avenue
Huntington, NY 11743

Waterfront location:
121 New York Avenue
Halesite, NY 11743

More than just a place to purchase a boat...
Coneys Marine is located in Huntington Harbor, the naturally protected cove, off Huntington Bay. The moorings and dock facility provide you and your vessel with unmatched natural protection in a pristine setting. Nestled among the finest of cruising grounds, Huntington is host to the finest waterfront restaurants, shops, unspoiled beaches, and quiet anchorages. The result is a home port that will bring out the best in all of your boating experiences.
At Coneys Marine...

We specialize in the sales of new Catalina and Jeanneau Yachts and the brokerage of used boats. Our fully stocked marine hardware store has everything for your boating needs, from engine parts to life jackets and everything in between. On our site professional crew has the knowledge and expertise to assist in all aspects of sailboat maintenance, upgrades and detailing.
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Serving the New York Metro area and the Long Island Sound since 1974
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Meet the Coneys
The Coneys family have been working together since the early 1900s. "We've always had at least one foot in the water!" Since 1974, the familiar red building in Huntington has been the working "home" of the eleven Coneys. Whether you're in one our showroom, ship's chandlery, or in one of the yards, there's always a Coneys to answer your questions, or just talk sailing. Coneys Marine is a "Family of Yachtsmen Dedicated to making Yachting a Pleasure."

KRC

Kevin R. Coneys

631-421-3366

kevin@coneys.com

Grant

Grant Coneys

631-421-3366

grant@coneys.com

JTC

Jim Coneys

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tdc

Tom Coneys

631-421-3366

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KMC

Kevin M. Coneys

631-421-3366

kmc@coneys.com

sam

Samantha Coneys

631-421-3366

sam@coneys.com

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Austin Coneys

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arc

Lucie Coneys

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lucie@coneys.com

arc

Tyler Coneys

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tyler@coneys.com

carlene

Carlene Singer

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info@coneys.com

matt

Matt Coneys

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info@coneys.com

Ed

Ed Coneys

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info@coneys.com

carlene

Gill Coneys

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info@coneys.com





Coneys 2023

Feature Article from Jeanneau
  Legacy on the Water: A Century of Coneys, From Broadway Drapes To Sailing Dreams

The Coneys family opened their doors in 1919, but it wasn't in the marine business or Huntington, New York, where they are based today. Originally, they were in the dry cleaning business but not a traditional dry cleaning business. "We specialized in cleaning really big things, like stage drapes that you find on Broadway," said Kevin R. Coneys. "We had a slew of trucks that would travel back and forth from our location in Queens to the neighboring boroughs of the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Staten Island; we were constantly picking things up, cleaning them, and delivering them back. Eventually, we even got into the business of cleaning sails," Kevin said.

In 1974, the Coneys family relocated to Huntington on Long Island and started a new business in the marine industry. The family had always had a love of being on the water, and had grown up sailing and racing in Manhasset Bay on Long Island Sound. So owning and operating a marine business was a natural fit.

Over the years, while much has changed, there's a lot that hasn't. They still operate upwards of 200 moorings, provide launch service, operate a marine store, rig boats, launch boats, store boats, and of course sell boats; occasionally, they even get the chance to sail boats! What has changed, aside from the boats getting a lot bigger, is there is now a whole new generation of Coneys involved with the business, including Austin (Grant's son), Kevin M. (Kevin R's son), Samantha (Tom's daughter), and Lucie (Kevin R's daughter).


 

 

Full article originally published on the Jeanneau Yachts website © November 2023



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Huntington Lighthouse

 

Coneys Marine is located on the North Shore of Long Island in Huntington, New York. We are accesible by land and water.

 

Coneys Marine main building and boatyard:
32 New York Avenue
Huntington, NY 11743
Coneys Marine waterfront:
121 New York Avenue
Halesite, NY 11743
 
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Local Weather
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Huntington Lighthouse

Coneys Marine is located on the North Shore of Long Island in Huntington, New York. We are accesible by land and water.

Coneys Marine main building and boatyard:
32 New York Avenue
Huntington, NY 11743

Coneys Marine waterfront:
121 New York Avenue
Halesite, NY 11743

Nearby Restaurants
Local Weather
Local Tides

 

Arriving by Water Click to view Huntington Harbor with Navionics

To enter Huntington Harbor, first pass between Huntington Lighthouse and entrance bouy "G1". The lighthouse is a square, concrete tower attached to what looks like a dwelling. Keep the lighthouse to starboard on your approach. Follow the channel and our first mooring field, GoldStar Battalion, will be on your starboard side.

We have moorings and launch service available at two locations: GoldStar Battalion & Coneys Marine.

Coneys Marine is located at the southeastern most corner of Huntington Harbor.

Our launches monitor VHF channel 9.

 

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Arriving by Water

To enter Huntington Harbor, first pass between Huntington Lighthouse and entrance bouy "G1". The lighthouse is a square, concrete tower attached to what looks like a dwelling. Keep the lighthouse to starboard on your approach. Follow the channel and our first mooring field, GoldStar Battalion, will be on your starboard side.

We have moorings and launch service available at two locations: GoldStar Battalion & Coneys Marine.

Coneys Marine is located at the southeastern most corner of Huntington Harbor.

Our launches monitor VHF channel 9.

 

Click to view Huntington Harbor with Navionics
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Arriving by Ferry
Bridgeport, CT to Port Jefferson, NY Ferry
Conveniently travel between Brideport, CT and Port Jefferson, NY.
New London, CT to Orient Point, NY Ferry
Avoid traffic by taking the Cross Sound Ferry! Travel between New London, CT and Orient Point, NY.
Arriving by Land
From the West:
From Throgs Neck Bridge
Follow the bridge and exit onto the Cross Island Parkway South. Follow the Cross Island Parkway South 3 miles to the Long Island Expressway (I-495) East. Take Long Island Expressway I-495 East (13 miles). Take Exit 41N onto RT 106 North to Oyster Bay. Cross under Rt 25 and continue North on Rt 106 (5 miles) to Rt 25A. Make a right on Rt 25A East (6miles) to Rt 110 North (New York Avenue). Make a left turn on Rt 110 North and procede 1.5 miles north to Coneys Marine.
From Manhattan
Take the Mid-Town Tunnel East to the Long Island Expressway East (I-495). Follow the LIE to Exit 41N onto Rt 106 North to Oyster Bay. Cross Rt 25 continue North on Rt 106 (5 miles) to Rt 25A. Make a right on Rt 25A East (6 miles) to Rt 110 North (New York Avenue). Make a left turn on Rt 110 North and procede 1.5 miles north to Coneys Marine.
From Verazzanno Bridge
Take the BKLYN-QUEENS EXPWY (I-278) EAST exit, exit number 26B.0.3 miles Merge onto BROOKLYN QUEENS EXWY. 6.7 miles Take the I-495/L I EXPWY exit, exit number 35, towards MIDTOWN TUN/EASTERN L I/48 ST. 1.3 miles Merge onto QUEENS MIDTOWN EXWY. 0.1 miles. Take LONG ISLAND Expressway to Exit 41N onto RT 106 North to Oyster Bay. Cross Rt 25 continue North on Rt 106 (5 miles) to Rt 25A. Make a right on Rt 25A East (6miles) to Rt 110 North (New York Avenue). Make a left turn on Rt 110 North and procede 1.5 miles north to Coneys Marine.
From the East:
Long Island Expressway West (I-495) to Rt. 231 North (Deer Park Avenue). Follow Rt. 231 North, cross under the Northern State Parkway. The Dix Hills Fire House will be on the right side and the road forks, bear left. This becomes Park Avenue. Cross over Rt. 25 (Jericho Turnpike). Follow Park Avenue North and cross over 25A (Main Street). 1/4 mile after crossing over Rt. 25A the road bears sharply to the right. Follow it around and pass Huntington Hospital on the right side. Continue on Park Avenue all the way to the stop sign and turn left onto Rt 110 (New York Avenue). Coneys Marine will be 100 yards on your left.