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IT'S A BEAUTIFUL HARBOR

Boothbay Harbor is one of the busiest boating locations on the coast of Maine. Though it is not possible for mega yachts to enter the inner harbor, the outer harbor provides nice anchorage northward of Tumbler Island and off of McKown Point comfortably inside the no wake zone with 24 to 42 feet of water 

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ANCHORAGE IN THE OUTER HARBOR

We have a dedicated slip for your tender

Come and go as you please without the hassle of the traffic at the town dock.  We will supply you with helpful information to make the most of your visit, provide access for disposal of garbage,  and happily assist with concierge services. Drop off and pick up guests in the center of town from your dedicated slip.

 
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Anchorage can be found in 24 to 42 feet in the outer harbor northward of Tumbler Island and off McKown Point. The inner harbor has depths of 6 to 24 feet.  Mega Yachts anchor south of Tumbler Island between Mouse Island and Spruce Point.

It is a quick tender ride to the

Boothbay Harbor Marina located in the center of town.

Meet the

 Harbor Master

At the helm is Jeff Lowell. Raised in the area and a graduate of Maine Maritime Academy, Jeff has a wealth of knowledge about the Maine coast and has spent much of his career working in the yachting industry.  He is happy to answer any questions you may have.

You can hail him on Channel 9, call or text him at 207-380-7602 or email him at jlowell@boothbayharbor.org

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