Welcome to the Nantucket Boat Basin, a 240-slip full service marina located in the midst of Nantucket's rich maritime history. Accommodating boats from 30 to 300 feet, the Boat Basin caters to some of the world's most discerning travelers with its comprehensive dockside services, thoughtful amenities and innovative concierge service. Our accommodating staff is dedicated to providing you with a guest experience second to none, and we look forward to welcoming you to our friendly waters soon. 2011 Season as of Feb. 5, 2011: July 4th: All of our policies are normal for that time - there is a two night minimum and we require at least a two night advance deposit. At this moment we still have plenty of room for the 4th of July. From the reservations coming in, it does look like the 4th will be the first to sell out. Memorial Day: We are completely sold out as the entire marina is rented out by the Figawi Race. Labor Day: All policies are the same as the 4th of July. Any stay from June 21st through Labor day requires a minimum of a two night stay and a two night advance deposit. ** For vessels 100 ft and larger, please make a note if you would be willing to med-moor.
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Just steps away, town" is a registered historic district and the surrounding 54-square mile island is a National Historic Landmark and an international megayacht magnet. Fine dining along with high-end shopping and golf compete with the beaches and other natural attractions. Wander the brick and cobblestone streets self-guided tour map in hand to enjoy the exquisitely restored 18th- and19th-C. homes and buildings that whaling built. Especially noteworthy the Whaling Museum illustrates the island's first glory days - along with the Historical Association's 20 other properties. NRTA shuttles and 25 miles of bicycle paths criss-cross the island to the moors and beaches. See the wild northeast end; Wauiwinet Resort's complimentary launch picks up here.||"
Nantucket lies 28 miles south of Cape Cod. Approaching Nantucket from the west, in Nantucket Sound, you will pass along the Cross Rip Channel - between Cross Rip Shoal and Horseshoe Shoal. It is suggested that you stay within the channel markers. You will pass Tuckernuck Shoal to your starboard as you approach the entrance to Nantucket Harbor, which is marked by the red and white "NB" buoy. Proceed down the channel, rounding Brant Point Lighthouse to starboard.
Hail marina on VHF Ch. 11