J.W. Piccozzi, Inc.

Proudly serving Shelter Island since 1927

Fuel Oil & Propane

Shelter Island Fuel Oil and Propane

Piccozzi's offers fuel oil and propane delivery and service to Shelter Island.

Automatic and will-call delivery options are available. Automatic delivery uses industry standards to tailor your deliver schedule based on weather conditions and historical usage to ensure your heat stays on throughout the winter, and your pool stays warm through the summer.

Service, installation, and 24 hour emergency support is provided for home furnaces, oil burners, and pool heaters. For more information, to receive a propane or oil delivery, or to schedule maintenance please call 631-749-0045.

Dering Harbor Marina

Dering Harbor Marina Shelter Island New York

Marina Maps

Dock Map

Mooring Map

Located on the north side of Shelter Island, Dering Harbor Marina offers fuel, slips, and moorings all within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and accommodations.

Dering Harbor Marina provides fuel for small to large boats. Fuel options include Marina Mobil Super 93 Octane, diesel fuel, and propane. Ice and pump out service is also available dock side.

Seasonal and transient slips up to 160 feet are available. Slips feature 15 to 100 amp electrical hook-up, barbecue grills, and fresh water. Visitors also have access to restroom and shower facilities with hot-water.

Parking is available on site. Nearby attractions such as beaches, golf courses, tennis courts, and restaurants. Bicycles are also available for rent at Piccozzi's Bike Shop across the street from the marina.

To make a reservation at Dering Harbor Marina call 631-749-0045.

Piccozzi's Bike Shop

Shelter Island Bike Shop

Piccozzi's Bike Shop provides bike rentals, sales, and repairs to Shelter Island.

Piccozzi's bike shop is an authorized Specialized dealer offering the full range of Specialized products available for order. Helmets, locks, tires, tubes, and other bicycle accessories are also available for sale.

Bike rentals are a great way to tour the Island, and are offered by the hour, half-day, or day.

Call today with any questions 631-749-0045, or come pick up a bike at 177 N. Ferry Road Shelter Island, New York 11965.

Bike Shop FAQ:

When can bikes be picked up for rent?

Bikes can be rented between 830am and 4pm.

What is the latest bikes can be returned?

Bikes must be returned by 530pm unless being rented for multiple days.

How much does it cost to rent bikes?

  • 4 Hour - $20
  • 8 Hour - $25

Do you rent bikes with baby seats?

Yes, bikes with baby seats cost $33 per day

How much does it cost to rent kids bikes?

Kids bikes are the same price as adult bikes.

Do you rent bikes with training wheels?

No, we do not rent bikes with training wheels.

Can I keep the bikes for multiple days?

Yes, when keeping bikes for multiple days you will be charged $25 per day.

Are there weekly, monthly, etc. rates?

No, rentals will be charged at $25 per day regardless of duration.

Do I need to reserve bikes

No, reservations for bikes are not accepted.

What types of bikes do you rent?

The rental bikes are Specialized Crossroads 21-speed hybrid-style bikes.

Are helmets provided with bikes?

Due to Covid-19 we are not providing helmets for adults in the 2020 season. Please bring your own helmet if possible. Kids will be provided with helmets

What Covid-19 related precautions are being taken with bike rentals?

  • All customers must wear masks when renting bikes and interacting with our bike shop staff
  • All customers must remain outside the bike shop. We will bring the rental bikes out to you.
  • All rental bikes are disinfected upon return.

Piccozzi's Gas Station

Shelter Island Gas Station

Piccozzi's Gas Station, opened in 1927 by brothers Joseph and August Piccozzi, is America's oldest Mobil gas station. The full service gas station offers 87 octane, 93 octane, diesel fuel, Mobil motor oils and fluids, and 20lb propane tank refills.

The gas station is open 7:30am to 7:30pm Memorial Day through Labor Day, and 7:30am to 6:30pm during the winter.


© J.W. Piccozzi 2014