There are two boatyards on the west side of Weesuck Creek near the head of the creek. Berths, electricity, water, marine supplies, storage facilities, and lifts to 30 tons are available. The largest marine railway can handle craft up to 65 feet in length; hull and engine repairs can be made.
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Ponquogue Point, low and sandy, is 1.2 miles northwestward of Shinnecock Light. The west channel from inside Shinnecock Inlet enters the Long Island Intracoastal Waterway southeast of the point. The Ponquogue Bridge, a highway bridge crossing Shinnecock Bay at Ponquogue Point, has a fixed span with a clearance of 55 feet.
Shinnecock Coast Guard Station is on Ponquogue Point. An antenna tower, 229 feet above the water and marked by red lights, is also on the point.
Pine Neck, 2.3 miles westward of Ponquogue Point and on the west side of Tiana Bay, is low, flat, and sandy. A shoal extends southward from Pine Neck Point and is marked on the south end by a lighted buoy. About 0.5 mile east of Pine Neck, a privately dredged channel marked by private buoys leads to a basin at Tiana Beach, a small summer resort on the south side of Shinnecock Bay.
Weesuck Creek, on the north side near the western end of Shinnecock Bay, is entered through a privately dredged channel that leads to the head of the cove at East Quogue. In 1999, the channel, marked by private seasonal buoys, had a reported controlling depth of about 5 feet.