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If you’re one of our many seasonal customers or have experienced Kingman Yacht Center before, you’re in the right place. We’ve assembled some of our most sought-after resources for our regular customers, including Dockage and Storage contracts and forms, our calendar of events and hurricane readiness plans.
Strategically placed in the northeast corner of Buzzards Bay, Kingman Yacht Center is a gem in the realm of full service marinas. For seasonal and transient boaters alike, Kingman’s offerings are unsurpassed in in an area that is known for well-established boating facilities. From their modern, professionally manned service department to their beautiful competently staffed marina, there is no better place to spend the season or stop for a day than Kingman.
Forms and Important Info
Dockage & Storage Forms
Planning on staying with Kingman for the season, or storing your boat for an extended period? You’ll find our rates, requirements and contracts here.
Each hurricane season we all hope for the best and prepare for the worst. Kingman has a complete set of hurricane readiness plans. You can find them here.
Weather and Tides
Knowing what weather and tides to expect is essential to enjoying your time on the water. From today’s forecast through the next five days, plus accurate tidal information, we’ve got the data you need.
Recent Blog & News Posts
Smart buyers know that the end of the boating season can be the best time to buy a boat. New boat dealers don’t want to carry inventory through the winter, and private sellers face the cost of winter service and storage if they don’t sell in the fall. …
Take a walk around any marina and you’ll see a wide variety of “knots” used to secure boats in their slips. Many seem to have been invented on the spot, with huge balls of dock line wrapped again and again around the cleat in hopes that mass of the kno …
Trading up or cashing out, if you’ve decided to sell your boat, proper staging is critical to getting your desired price. To make your boat appear better than the others on the market, you should spend the time to thoroughly prepare your boat for sale …
Enjoy Your Stay!
Kingman Yacht Club
The social arm of Kingman Yacht Center, the Yacht Club plans and implements activities designed to enhance the boating experience of its members. Yacht Club Full Members have an advisory role in the planning and design of KYC affairs, and member committees have the financial and personnel backing of Kingman Yacht Club, LLC.
Scuttlebutt is Kingman Yacht Center’s email newsletter. Sent every Tuesday, 50 weeks a year, it’s a great way to stay abreast of events and news items passing through the marina. Have a thumb through our archive of newsletters or sign up and get the newest delivered straight to your inbox!
The Shining Sea Bike Path is one of the most picturesque trails in New England … an easy, relatively flat 10.7 miles from North Falmouth to the heart of bustling Woods Hole village. Since we’re there, why not enjoy lunch at the Landfall Restaurant – the Club will even pay for lunch if you make the ride with us. Afterwards, work off the meal with the ride back to your car.
All ages and abilities are welcome. We’ll meet at the head of the bike path, behind Dean’s Market in North Falmouth at 10:30.
Let’s give this another shot. Or, more likely, lots of shots.
How about a Monday morning scramble at the Brookside Club in Bourne? First group at 9AM. Open to everyone who knows how to hit a golf ball. We’ll make up foursomes mixing players of various abilities to even the teams as much as possible. 4-ball scramble format. Then let ’em have at it to see who can go low.
Entry fee is $50 per player, plus an optional $20 side bet on the tee to benefit the low gross team. Click HERE to download the entry form and return it before September 20th, please..
It’ll be a ball!
Karen Riley is our Commodore, and she knows how to throw a party! All Kingman Yacht Club Full Members are invited to celebrate the summer in style at the 11th Annual KYC Commodore’s Party!
How was your summer? What did you most enjoy on the KYC calendar? What could have been done to make it better? Do you have suggestions for next year? Would you like to take a turn at the helm as a flag officer of the Club?
The annual meeting is all about your feedback in the form of comments, criticism and a vote for our next slate of officers. Please make your voice heard!