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


 

  • 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
  • Five Stars on Yelp!

    The Marina is typical New England style, no pool no frills. What KYC offers is a well protected from harsh weather marina. KYC is a GREAT area for a weather layover. 
    The Chart Room Restaurant offers great sunsets and popular drinks, the food is okay, just okay. As stated the showers are generous in size and water is very hot and plentiful!

    Yard staff is better than great!  The yard staff understand your needs and can attack most problems on a very timely basis.  I would stay there anytime, as the yard staff is the draw for me.

    – Dow J. via Yelp! 10/1/2017
  • Red Brook Harbor is one of the best, small, well-protected harbors on Cape Cod

    For top-notch service and accommodations, head to the harbor’s largest full-service marina, Kingman Yacht Center. KYC has it all, from deep-water slips and moorings to haul-out, service and fuel. Plus, it’s home to the Chart Room restaurant— a Buzzards Bay institution and a great place to enjoy sunset cocktails.

    For a fun side trip, take a dinghy or kayak to Bassetts Island, which offers a long, sandy beach and great swimming (but no public restrooms). If you don’t like crowds, plan your trip here on a weekday, and beware the poison ivy that grows thickly just beyond the dunes.

    – MarinaLife.com
  • Banged Up Props, But Back on the Water for the Weekend!

    I want to express my appreciation for the timely and professional work done to my boat – thank you very much. The damage occurred at a busy time for your operations and yet you got us back up and operational very quickly. Thank you for nice work – greatly appreciated.

    The boat runs great, and the decal lettering looks nice. Enjoy the summer!

    – D. MacDonald 7/14