Tucked into the East End of Long Island, Shelter Island is a unique portion of New York State that can only be reached by ferry. Starting to be seen as an extended part of the Hamptons, two ferries service the island, one from North Haven and one from Greenport. This live feed watches the North Ferry as it comes and goes from the Shelter Island shore. Running every 10-50 minutes, the ferry provides year-round service for a handful of cars at a time.
Available night and day, this high definition feed provides a clear view of the ferry docking and leaving from Shelter Island. Provided by Hamptons.com, the feed can be rewound up to twelve hours and will allow you to see what cars are going onto and coming off the ferry, and what the crossing conditions are like.