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Port Jefferson

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The Incorporated Village of Port Jefferson is a historical village located in the town of Brookhaven in Suffolk County New York. Prior to becoming a popular tourist spot, the Village was the largest shipbuilding center in Suffolk County in the 1800’s, The Village was incorporated in 1963 and since then it has grown into a place where good food, friendly people, and water front views can be found.

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Ferry You can enter the village by driving off The Bridgeport & Port Jefferson Steamboat Company Ferry from Bridgeport Connecticut.

The address for the ferry in Bridgeport is: 330 Water St # 2 Bridgeport, CT 06604-4923 (203) 384-9777

The address for the ferry in Port Jeff is: 102 West Broadway Port Jefferson, NY 11777

Car From the Long Island Expressway take Exit 64. Head North on Rte. 112 until the end (approx. 9 miles). Also be take note that Rte. 112 will become Rte. 25A at Nesconset Hwy. When you hit the intersection take a right at the blinking yellow light. Continue and until you hit Main St.

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