Newsletter Archive List

Scuttlebutt is the weekly email newsletter of Kingman Yacht Center. It’s one of the best ways to keep up with news and events happening at the Marina and in the Kingman community. Below is a list of our past newsletters, but if you’d like to be included in all the new ones, sign up using the form field below!

Past Newsletters


  • Hope to Be Back Soon

    I’ve stayed at a mooring at Kingman 3 nights over the last 2 weeks. Peaceful setting with beautiful sunsets. Coming from Gloucester it is convenient as a first stop after going through the canal. We used as jumping off point for Cuttyhunk, Vineyard, Newport. We even made it to Montauk from there in rough conditions. Fuel dock is convenient with helpful, energetic staff. Didn’t use the launch but they responded quickly to all calls I heard. Plan to go back often to use as base in that area or as starting point for longer trips. Also attentive to dockwa requests and chats. Hope to be back soon!

    – samafo via Marinas.Com 9/2020
  • Will Return for Sure!
    Top notch dock staff, went above and beyond to accommodate the guest. Will return here for sure.
    – retiredrocky via Marinas.Com 8/2019
  • I love stopping at Kingman’s!

    I love stopping at Kingman’s! The moorings area is well protecting, the marina is well run and has good services, and the launch is great. We have used the south channel for years with a 6’3″ draft and never had trouble in the channel, just don’t go out of it (and dont miss the hook at the end by bearing too soon to starboard to enter the mooring field…).

    – Tom W. via
  • The Chart Room features spectacular sunset views over Red Brook Harbor …

    An authentic, un-pretentious, deeply old-school ambiance and environment that is hard to find outside of Europe or black-and-white movies. This is a million-dollar restaurant that emerged gradually and naturally, without the interference of million-dollar branding consultants or chi-chi celebrity chefs. It’s an authentic throwback, the real deal, a personal vision, complete with live old-people music played on un-amplified piano and upright bass. They don’t make them like this anymore: they can’t afford to.

    Click HERE to read more.

    – Philbert P. of Stoughton, MA