Small-craft facilities at Greenport can provide berths, electricity, gasoline, diesel fuel, water, ice, storage, marine supplies, a pump-out facility, and hull and engine repairs. The largest marine railway, at a shipbuilding company at the southeast end of the waterfront, can handle craft up to 500 tons and 15 feet in draft. Mobile hoists to 50 tons are available. A well-equipped machine shop is also in the town.
The harbormaster for Greenport Harbor controls mooring and berthing in the basin. The speed limit is 5 mph.
A ferry operates between Greenport and Shelter Island. During the summer, bus service is available from Greenport to Orient Point where there is ferry service to New London.
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Greenport Harbor is formed on the northeast by a 5-foot-high breakwater, which extends 0.2 mile southeastward from Youngs Point, nearly to the 18-foot curve, and is marked at its outer end by a light.