Kingman Yacht Center is Cape Cod's largest full-service marina. Nestled in scenic, sheltered Red Brook Harbor on the eastern shore of Buzzards Bay just 7 miles from the Canal, we offer slips and moorings for seasonal and transient guests in a resort community atmosphere. This is a special place to spend the night - or the summer! Enjoy swimming at a mile-long white sand beach. You'll find provisions and discover unique clothing, artwork and gifts in our shops and chandlery. Savor sunset over drinks and the daily catch at the Chart Room restaurant. KYC offers gas and diesel; marine engine repairs, maintenance and repowering; complete repair and maintenance services; haul out up to 60 tons and marine electronics sales and service. We also offer 30 years of brokerage experience, plus new boats by Ocean Yachts, Yellowfin, Catalina, Bavaria, Jeanneau, Island Packet and Mainship. All of this is sited on beautifully maintained grounds with immaculate facilities, amidst an ever-changing array of special events and activities. Visit us and you'll see for yourself: "Since 1932, brand new every day."
There are no fuel prices listed for this marina
Kingman's Island includes a gift shop, ships' store, convenience store, gallery and destination restaurant: The Chart Room, a permanently beached New Jersey Railroad barge with indoor or covered porch seating plus cocktails on the point. KYC's impressive green initiatives include: Largest commercial photo voltaic solar system on the Cape generates 25% of electrical needs, biofuel, recycled pressure water and rain gardens to filter storm water.
Use NOAA charts 13236 (1:20,000), 13229SC (1:40,000) and 13230 (1:40,000). Use tide tables for Newport. High tide is approximately 24 minutes later. Low tide is 18 minutes later. Multiply by 1.1 for height at high or low water. Mean tidal range is 4'.
From the North via the Hog Island Channel and the Cape Cod Canal. Give Wings Neck at least 500 yards of clearance as you round it. You may want to clear Q G G "1" at the southeastern end of Hog Island Channel before heading southeast