We return to Mystic Seaport for another weekend of special events and the magic of being in the Seaport. Friday welcome by Brewer and Mystic staff. Saturday breakfast is followed…
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200 floating docks
5+ floating docks
Gas & Diesel
Indoor, Outdoor & Wet
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.
The Fall Rendezvous has become a homecoming at Brewer Essex Island. The weekend will offer fun activities like an outdoor movie on the lawn, campfire and s’mores. Also included are…
Slips / Storage
We are the largest marina in the area and welcome seasonal and transient guests. Come stay year ’round or visit for a night or two!
- Over 200 Slips
- Vessels from 20′-60′ length
- 50 and 30 amp electrical service
- Transient and seasonal dockage
- Fuel Dock-gas & diesel
- Restrooms with Showers
- Bait Shop
- Eat-In Restaurants
- Marine Safety School
- Walking Distance to Grocery Store
- Walking Distance to Shopping
We have a mixture of pleasure and fishing vessels, only 1/4 mile from the open ocean!
Fishermen enjoy fishing Race Point, and Stellwaggon Bank, catching Bluefin Tuna, Cod, Haddock, Stripers, Blues, Flounder, and more.
Recreational boaters enjoy the easy access to Provincetown, Plymouth, Scituate and Duxbury Harbors.
Whether you enjoy the freedom of cruising the high seas, or chasing the Giant Bluefin, Green Harbor Marina is the ideal port of call!
Brewer Green Harbor provides safe haven from winter and the weather. Offering outdoor and wet storage as well as indoor covered storage, your boat is cared for by professional year-round staff. Full hauling, de-commissioning, winter prep, and spring commissioning are available as well as all types of work your boat needs done in the off-season.
Brewer Green Harbor Marina offers full service capabilities and specializes in engine and mechanical work. Factory-trained professionals can maintain, upgrade or re-power your vessel and understand the importance of work completed on time and to the customer’s specifications.
ATTENTION: Brewer Preferred Members – All Member Promo Codes have expired.
In order to receive your Green or Gold Card discounts, you must register your Membership on Dockwa. Your Membership ID can be found on the back of your Membership Card. You can either register during the registration process or by visiting dockwa.com/brewer Your Brewer affiliation will be noted and the reservation will automatically adjust to reflect the proper discount.
Green and Gold cards MUST be present at check-in, in order to keep this discount.
The Brewer Yacht Yard Group has a great program that can save money for you and your friends. We offer a Refer a Friend program for new customers or a Brewer customer who has not been with us for two or more years. When your friend signs up for a slip or winter storage, you will both receive a 5% discount! Please contact your office to help answer any questions you may have about this program.
Mike Connolly, General Manager
Kim Hastay, Office Manager
Roger Fosdick, Lead Technician
Bill Brownlow, Parts Manager
Brewer Green Harbor Marina
- General Manager:
- Mike Connolly
- (781) 837-1181
- (781) 834-0163
- Buoy Ref:
- 41° 15.7' / 72° 48'5"