Brewer Post Road Boat Yard
Brewer Post Road Boat Yard

Welcome to Brewer Post Road Boat Yard

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Located at the head of the East Basin of Mamaroneck Harbor, in the heart of the boating community, is Brewer Post Road Boat Yard. It is located next door to the R.G. Brewer Hardware Store, which has been continuously operating since 1879 by the Brewer family.
The acquisition of the Brewer Post Road Boat Yard, in 1964, was the start of the growing Brewer Yacht Yard family of marinas, located throughout the Northeast. Brewer Post Road Boat Yard offers a perfectly protected location for your boat in Mamaroneck, only 12 miles from the Throg's Neck Bridge by water, or 30 minutes from Manhattan by car. Home to the second-largest harbor for small vessels on the East Coast, the whole Larchmont / Mamaroneck area is a boat-lover's paradise. The harbor is filled with boats and steeped in yachting history, while its scenic shoreline is accenuated by private beach clubs. In town, the Emelin Theater offers a range of shows and musical performances all year long. Within walking distance of Brewer Post Road Boat Yard are restaurants, grocery stores, shops, a train station, and banks. Larchmont Race Week, every July, draws hundreds of boaters to the area. By water, there are many choices for boating activities. You are can visit a multitude of beautiful West Long Island Sound harbors, participate in world famous historic sailing regattas, and enjoying fishing the waters thriving with bluefish and striped bass. Brewer Post Road Boat Yard's tremendous service capabilities—packed into the yard's small space—offer unparalleled service and repair in keeping with the Brewer tradition.


Brewer Post Road Boat Yard is a full-service working boat yard, a marina, and the site of the original Brewer family business. Along with comfortable accommodations for boats, you will find, tucked into our compact quarters: beautifully groomed grounds, freshly-painted facilities, coiled dock lines, and lovely flowers. All of our boaters and guests will receive a consistent standard of quality while staying with us. Our attentive staff will ensure that your needs are met, and that your boat gets the care it deserves. Numerous restaurants, plenty of stores, groceries and gourmet delicatessens are in an easy walk from the yard entrance. On site is the R.G. Brewer Hardware and Marine Chandlery, established in 1879 and operated by the Brewer family for four generations. Unique in today's mini-mart world, the historic post-and-beam store gives old-fashioned personalized service where the big question is: ‘what don't we have’? For big city excitement, and plenty of nightlife, New York City is only a 40-minute train ride away.
  • Showers and heads
  • Ice on site
  • Groceries nearby
  • Restaurants nearby
  • Picnic area
  • Barbecue grills
  • Gazebo
  • Summer time inside parking
  • Fuel Dock
  • R.G. Brewer Ships/Hardware Store The Wood Worker's Store at Brewers
  • Il Castello (914) 835-9066 327 Mamaroneck Avenue
  • Bar Harbor Grill (914) 630-7167 181 E. Boston Post Road
  • Le Provencal Bistro (914) 777-2324 436 Mamaroneck Avenue
Great Hudson Sailing Center has been serving the sailing community for over 25 years! Proud to be the New York area's premier Beneteau Sailboat Dealer, we are dealers for Com-Pac Yachts as well. If you are looking for quality in a smaller boat, check out our Com-Pacs! We also have several docks full of pre-owned boats for sale and charter. Great Hudson @ Mamaroneck Brewer's Post Road Marina 161 E. Boston Post Road Mamaroneck, USA 10543 Phone: (914) 381-4397 Fax: (914) 381-2762

About the Area

Mamaroneck was purchased in 1661 by an Englishman named John Richbell from Native American Chief Wappaquewam and his brother Manhatahan. Mamaroneck was chartered as a town in March 1788 by The New York Legislature. In 1848, the railroad first came through the village, servicing riders from New York City to Connecticut, and is now the New Haven line of the Metro North. During the 1890s, the parts of Mamaroneck nearest to the water became thriving areas of the community. Mamaroneck Harbor, which was the commercial center of town, bustled with fishing, shipping, and manufacturing industries. With a small population of 1500 during that time, the community has grown to over ten times that size in recent years. Today, with its its population of people from all over the world, Mamaroneck is known as ‘The Friendly Village’—a place for all to enjoy living in a community that welcomes different cultures.


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Slips / Storage

Summer Slips

The East Basin is a snug haven, perfectly protected from the wind and waves of the Sound. Every slip faces scenic views of the Mamaroneck Harbor and Harbor Island Park. Located within the inner harbor, and protected on all sides, the marina is less than one mile from the harbor entrance and the open waters of Long Island Sound.

Brewer Post Road Boat Yard offers plenty of amenities and modern conveniences that you would expect to find in a first class facility, including concrete floating docks. Boaters enjoy indoor parking in the summer and dock staff are always ready to help.

  • 50 seasonal slips
  • 8′ dockside depth at MLW
  • Approach channel well marked
  • Floating docks
  • Water at slips
  • 115v / 30A power outlets
  • 208v / 50A power outlets
  • Fuel dock: ValvTect Marine Gas & ValvTect Marine Premium Diesel

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Winter Storage

Brewer Post Road Boat Yard offers inside and outside storage on broom-swept, concrete surfaces. Recyclable shrink wrap winter covers are available for boats stored outside. Boats stored inside stay clean under dust covers. Masts are stored indoors on padded racks where rigging is inspected and maintained.

Boat Servicing
Take advantage of your boat’s ‘down time’ to tune up and upgrade for the summer sailing season. Our service team is available to take care of almost every maintenance, repair, or improvement – whether mechanical, electrical, finish work, carpentry, or rigging. Read more about our marine services.

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Profesional Services

Brewer Post Road Boat Yard is a member of:

  • ABBRA—American Boat Builders & Repairers Association
  • ABYC—American Boat & Yacht Council

Brewer Post Road Boat Yard, the first of the Brewer Yacht Yard family, set the standard for yacht service when Jack Brewer first acquired the yard in 1964. Post Road, although small in size, enjoys an excellent reputation as a first-quality, full-service boat yard. Here boat owners get a lot of personal attention, as well as extra assistance, with developing custom boat service and maintenance programs to fit individual needs. In this effort, the crew is available to customers on Saturday mornings throughout the winter months. Over coffee, projects are planned and questions are answered.

Brewer Post Road Boat Yard has a strong mechanical department, is widely recognized for its paint and finish abilities, and offers professional carpentry, rigging, and electrical services.


In well-maintained shops, we manage the restoration, repair, and maintenance of 150 yachts throughout the year. Shop space is climate-controlled and fire-protected, while concrete floors provide a clean, orderly work surface. A 50-ton travel lift, a 35-ton rail lift, a 12-ton mobile crane, and a forklift are used for maneuvers on land.

Our five man mechanical team handles everything from engine repowers, to charging system installations, to troubleshooting, installing, and rewiring electrical systems. Adhering to ABYC standards in all of our work, we review details of these guidelines at our weekly safety meetings. We remain technically up-to-date by attending annual service schools and sharing information and knowledge at regular in-house seminars. Additionally, our mechanic shop offers custom machining and welding.

Our finish department is managed by four industry veterans. Each is skilled in the application of all finishes: from Awlgrip, to Cetol, to varnish. In our heated paint booth, this team has the ability to finely finish boats up to 50′ in length. Also managed by our finish crew are: fiberglass repair, gelcoat restoration, compounding, and waxing.

Our journeyman carpenter is an old-fashioned boat builder with years of experience. He is particularly skilled in plank-on-frame construction and repairs, but is equally capable of replacing bulkheads, installing teak decks, and repairing toe rails. Whatever woodworking project you are preparing to tackle, we can help.

We offer indoor, padded rack storage for masts in the off-season. In addition, our rigger is equipped with a tooling bench on which wire rope (up to 3/8″) can be swaged and furlers can be inspected and built. We also service winches, inspect standing and running rigging, replace lifelines, and polish and paint masts.

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Forms & Information

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Transient Slip

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Marina Winter Storage

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Marina Professional Care

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Marina Submit Float Plan

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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 click here for the form or contact your office to help answer any questions you may have about this program.

General Inquiries

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Marine Insurance

Our Staff

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    Paul Muenzinger, General Manager

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    Jackie Forzaglia, Office Manager


Brewer Post Road Boat Yard

155 East Boston Post Road Mamaroneck, NY 10543
General Manager:
Paul Muenzinger
(914) 698-0295
(914) 698-6203
Buoy Ref:
No. "42"
40° 57' / 73° 44'
Directions by Sea Buoy 42 marks the entrance Mamaroneck and Rye harbors - use the harbor chart and follow buoys to Mamaroneck Harbor. At the inner harbor, bifurcation buoy GR Can "A" separates the east and west basins - take the right hand east basin channel, straight ahead, we are the first marina you will come to; oval Brewer sign is on the marina boat shed facing the water. Call by phone during the day for instructions for approaching the marina. We monitor channel 9 during the day (weekends during the summer season only)


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155 East Boston Post Road Mamaroneck NY 10543 USA
40.948803 -73.731733