Ferry Services to East Hampton
These are the various ferry services between East Hampton and Connecticut via Montauk and Sag Harbor.
Here is the connection between East Hampton and Connecticut:
In the map above, the trip is as follows:
Needless to say, these are beautiful rides - whether on the ferry or while riding to the various ferry ports by car. You do need a car - this is how you get on the ferry - with your car. While on the ferry, you can of course get out of the car and enjoy the beautiful crossings on the deck. So you can bring your pets along on the ride, as long as you keep them in the car. We once had to chase around a kitty that escaped from a car. After circling the deck several times and getting under various cars to nab the fugitive, we finally got the little devil. Then we had to get the first aid kit to clean off the blood from our hands and faces.
From New London, CT to Sag Harbor
Cross Sound Ferry
South Ferry Inc.
Bridgeport, CT to Port Jefferson, NY
Port Jefferson Terminal is located at Port Jefferson Harbor at North end of Route 112. Bridgeport Terminal is located on Water Street Dock one Block from the Municipal Bus Terminal.
From Port Jefferson, you will have to drive to the Hamptons by taking Rout 112 to the Long Island Expressway (495 East) to Montauk.
Viking Ferry Lines provides seasonal passenger service to Block Island between May and October as well as to other locations such as Point Judith, Providence, Newport and New London.
After you landed ...
There are several options for getting from the ferry to East Hampton or any of the other villages or hamlets in the Hamptons. Local transportation in East Hampton