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


 

  • Thank You for Your Comments and Reviews!

    I usually spend a few weeks a summer at Kingmans coming or going for vacation. The mooring area is well protected, the launch service is good and the yard seems to provide a full range of services. The nearest food and 7-11 are about a 1 mile walk north, although the marina has a small store.

    – SailFanatic, Boston. via ActiveCaptain.com
  • My Favorite Waterfront Restaurant!

    There is simply nothing better than getting to Kingman Marine a little before noon on Sunday, tying up to the floats, and then heading to the outdoor bar window, ordering bloody marys, grabbing an Adirondack chair and watching all the action in Red Brook Harbor. After a few of those, head onto the porch and order a platter of steamers and a massive lobster roll on fresh Portuguese bread!

    – Dave H. via www.thehulltruth.com
  • Thank You for Your Comments and Reviews!

    I usually spend a few weeks a summer at Kingmans coming or going for vacation. The mooring area is well protected, the launch service is good and the yard seems to provide a full range of services. The nearest food and 7-11 are about a 1 mile walk north, although the marina has a small store.

    – SailFanatic, Boston. via ActiveCaptain.com
  • 5 Stars!

    The Kingman Marina is one of the best in Buzzards Bay. This a great harbor to stay in prior to going through the Cape Cod canal. There are 2 ways into the harbor, one from the north and one from the south. The way in from the north is a bit longer but the preferred way. Keep your eyes on the depth sounder and don’t cut any marks or you will surely run aground. Fortunately the bottom is mostly sand. Friendly, helpful staff. In 2016 Moorings cost $50 /night which includes launch service which runs until 9 pm on week days and 10:30 pm on Friday & Saturday. There is a full service boatyard which can perform almost any type of repairs.There is a great restaurant called The Chart Room. Good food & fair prices. Friday and Saturday night be prepared to wait for a table. It gets very crowded.

    – Tony Smith via Waterway Guide, 1/17