Cape Cod | Massachusetts

Where To Stay

Yacht & Crew Services

Provisioning

BAKERIES / PATISSERIES

FISH SUPPLIERS

GOURMET STORES / DELIS

WINES / SPIRITS / BEVERAGES

Useful Info

Miscellaneous

DIVING COURSES / SHOPS

WATERSPORTS / SPORTS EQUIPMENT / SUPPLY AND RENTAL

Long a favorite summer destination by land or sea, this area is saturated with miles of beautiful beaches and is blessed with reliable cool breezes that bring joy to boaters and relief from the summer heat. There are several historic villages built by early settlers who were attracted to the many natural harbors and coves. Falmouth and Hyannis harbors are among the most popular to visit by boat and make a good base for a cruise to the nearby islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Hyannis, the commercial hub of Cape Cod, has the largest shopping mall and airport, along with ferry service to the islands. The beautiful, well protected harbor is one of the deepest on the Cape, making it a favorite Superyacht destination. Many shops, restaurants and nice cafes are concentrated on Main Street within a short walk from the harbor. The picturesque town of Falmouth is the second largest on the Cape, with its quaint Main Street lined with unique shops and cafes. The long and narrow harbor is well protected and easy to enter, although quite shallow for the larger yachts. Close by is the charming seaside village Woods Hole, a deep water port offering ferry service and home to the world renowned Oceanographic Institute.

  • Fairhaven Shipyard
  • MacDougalls’ Cape Cod Marine Service
  • Maloney Interiors, Warren, RI

News

2016 New England Yacht Insider's Guide
May 28, 2016

The 2016 New England Yacht Insider's Guide is printed and on it's way to points all around New England!    For a PDF version, see: http://www.yachtinsidersguide.com/sites/default/files/new-england-2016.pdf

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