Fiddler's Cove Yachting Center

example2 Fiddler's Cove Yachting Center. North Falmouth marinas.

Fiddler's Cove Yachting Center

42 Fiddler's Cove Road

North Falmouth

MA 02556, Massachusetts

(508) 564-6327

(508) 564-6724



Facilities

example2 Club house with kitchenette, lounge, game room, library
8 Private baths with showers - 3 Handicap Accessible
Laundry facilities
Picnic areas with grills
Restaurants and groceries nearby
Marine supplies

REPAIR SERVICES:
35 Ton Marine Travellift / Jib Crane
20 Ton Taylor Forktruck
Gas and Diesel Engine Repair
Outboard and Sterndrive Repair
Engine and Genset Repair
Propeller Shaft, Strut and Driveline Repair
Fuel Tank Replacements
Mechanical Repair and Installations
Electrical Repair and Installations
Installation of Heat and AC Systems
Fiberglass Repairs and Modifications
Minor Awlgrip and Imron Paint Repairs
Bottom Paint Removal and Blister Repairs
Traditional Varnish and Cetol Applications
Interior and Exterior Woodwork
Mast Stepping and Rigging Work
ABYC Electrical Certified


Location

example2 DIRECTIONS BY LAND
From Bourne Bridge:
Follow Route 28 South to Falmouth. Exit at Route 151. Take a left at bottom of exit and proceed to North Falmouth, through traffic light. Take first left onto Pine Street. Turn left onto Main Street. Take first right onto Wild Harbor Road. Proceed approximately mile to Ryder Road. Turn right, onto Ryder Road and follow to Fiddler's Cove Marina.

From Sagamore Bridge:
Follow Route 6 West to Bourne Bridge. Go around rotary and follow Route 28 South to Falmouth. (see above directions and follow accordingly)

DIRECTIONS BY SEA

Brewer Fiddler's Cove is located approximately 3 nautical miles southeast of The Hog Island Channel on the south side of the Cape Cod Canal and 3 nautical miles northeast of Cleveland Ledge steer a course of 78 degrees to R"6" (F14 sec) which marks the entrance to the channel to Fiddler's Cove. Leave R"6" to starboard and follow the channel through the jetties and into the basin.

The marina basin is very protected. The depth of the water in the channel and at the docks is 7ft at MLW. The docks are modern hardwood decked floating structures with long finger piers. Set your fenders in a medium/low position.




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