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


 

  • BEST STOP OVER

    KINGMAN YACHT CENTER. Cape Cod’s largest full-service marina, this is the boaters’ destination on the eastern shore of Buzzards Bay. Located in scenic, sheltered Red Brook Harbor, it offers slips and moorings for seasonal and transient guests. Meander on up to the Chart Room for a classic seafood dinner or just grab an Adirondack chair outside on the crushed oyster shells with all the other Nantucket Red-wearin’ folk under the waning sun and enjoy a beverage.

    – Cape Cod Magazine
  • BEST STOP OVER

    KINGMAN YACHT CENTER. Cape Cod’s largest full-service marina, this is the boaters’ destination on the eastern shore of Buzzards Bay. Located in scenic, sheltered Red Brook Harbor, it offers slips and moorings for seasonal and transient guests. Meander on up to the Chart Room for a classic seafood dinner or just grab an Adirondack chair outside on the crushed oyster shells with all the other Nantucket Red-wearin’ folk under the waning sun and enjoy a beverage.

    – Cape Cod Magazine
  • “Great Staff – Helped Me in 911”

    Unfortunately/embarassingly i have to share this experience. Recently I tied up at a mooring and got transported in for lunch at the Chart Room. After the meal we were transported back to the mooring. The young lady asked what mooring and I said U16 and she said we are here – but no boat. We looked to the right and about 400 yards away my boat was helplessly drifting away. She immediately called into home base at Kingman and requested another boat, since her launch couldn’t sail across the apparent shallow water afar. Within minutes, two young men in a boat bee-lined to my boat, secured it and brought it back safely to the mooring.

    The coolness, coordination of efforts and a happy ending must be shared by all of those involved here. The boat wasn’t secured enough to the mooring, my fault. Disasaster was averted by this obvious well trained staff. Thank goodness, the boat didn’t hit any other boat, rocks, wall, etc…..the stars lined up for this runaway boat of 22 feet. What clearly could have been a monumental disaster was quickly taken care of by the staff. Kudos to the Kingman staff.

    – Glen Hannington via ActiveCaptain.com
  • Very Well-Run Marina *****

    Great people, great service and lots of fun with the Chart Room on premises. Very well run marina.

    – Cape Cod Outfitters on Google, April 2017