Brewer Green Harbor Marina offers slips and complete service just 30 minutes south of Boston and a quarter mile from the open ocean.
We offer a well stocked parts center, large eat-in restaurant, bait shop, ships store, fuel dock, re-power center, boat sales and bath house. We are home to luxury vessels, serious sport fishermen and a commercial fleet that chase giant bluefin tuna. Our close proximity to Provincetown, Plymouth, Boston and the Cape Cod Canal, along with a safe harbor mouth with barely any current, make us the ultimate spot for all boaters in Massachusetts.
Brewer Green Harbor Marina is proud to offer an array of amenities for cruisers and anglers. With over 180 slips, we can accommodate vessels from 20' to 60' in length. We offer a fuel dock, clean showers & heads, a restaurant with outdoor deck overlooking the marina, a bait shop and a marine safety school. Located within walking distance to shops and groceries, Brewer Green Harbor welcomes seasonal members and transient guests. Call on our experienced staff for marine supplies and a full selection of service offerings.
- On-site Restaurant
- Fuel Dock-Gas Diesel
- Clean Bathrooms/Showers
- Well Stocked Ships Store
- Free WiFi NEW this season!
- Fish Cleaning Station
- Bait Shop
- Easy Walk to Shops and Provisions
Harbor Fire Bar and Grill
Tel: (781) 536-4158
Harbor Fire Bar and Grill protrudes over the docks and moored boats, catching fresh seas breezes and stunning views of the rolling Atlantic Ocean. The sunny wooden edifice serves as an elevated dining patio for guests, who can also choose to take a meal in the dining room or bar should weather grow chilly or inclement.
About the Area
Green Harbor was originally known as "Green's Harbor." The name derives from William Green. The Pilgrim government granted William Green rights to conduct commercial fishing there in about 1627. The original name for Cedar Crest was Gotham Hill. In the 1920s 3 seasonal children's camps were created on the west end of the hill. The Immaculate Conception Boys Brigade, under the direction of Monsignor Edward M. Hartigan from the Immaculate Conception Church in Everett, MA, bought out the other 2 camps and created 1 camp. At the time the hill did not have any trees since it had been farmland for a number of years. There was a growth of small cedar trees on the top of the hill. This inspired Monsignor Hartigan to name the combined camps "Cedar Crest" and the name was emblazoned on the side of the hill in white painted stones. Ever since, the entire hill has been called Cedar Crest.
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