Congrats to Peter Ozzolek - the winner of our February Winter Storage Raffle! Thank you to everyone who entered in person and online. We’ll be running another exciting raffle in March, to be the first to enter make sure to CLICK HERE and sign up for our email list.
We had a blast at this year’s New England Boat Show where we launched our Winter Storage Raffle. We had a great time catching up with old friends and current marina members. AND we had the pleasure to meet hundreds of great new-to-us folks getting ready for the best boating season yet. Thanks to everybody who stopped by to chat!
As we get closer to the official launch of our brand new marina, we’ve been excited to get to know more and more passionate boaters in and around Boston. We love learning about you, your boats, what makes a great marina experience, and what your top priorities are when considering docking and storage options.
Armed with your expert feedback from the boat show we wanted to share with you the top 3 things to consider when choosing a marina for summer slips OR winter storage.
With all the boaters we’ve spoken to this year the number one consideration when it comes to summer docking AND winter storage is location. How close is it to home? How easy is it to get to from work? How quickly can we get to the Boston Harbor Islands, the Northshore, or the Cape?
With easy access to Route 1 and Route 93 and free dockside parking we are one of the most commuter friendly marinas on the harbor, whether you’re coming from home or from work. And when it comes to getting out on the water? It’s just a quick 15 minutes under the Tobin to the Seaport District, 20 minutes to the harbor islands, an hour and fifteen minutes to Newburyport and three hours to Chatham.
When hauling, blocking, launching, painting, and maintenance services are offered on site, it makes life on the boat so much easier, right? Right! The Marina at Admiral’s Hill is unique in Boston Harbor, since we’re one of only two marinas with our own fifty-ton travel lift. That makes hauling, blocking, and launching easy at any time of year. We also have a private boatyard where we provide maintenance services at many levels, from concierge washing and painting to space for the D-I-Y captains.
Peace of Mind
For lots of boaters, their marina is their second home (and for some, it’s their only New England home). Like with any neighborhood, people want to feel the love wherever they keep their boat. We’re committed to cultivating a great neighborhood atmosphere and we take your peace of mind seriously. With us you will feel comfortable on the water with brand new gangways, generous eight foot wide docks, four foot wide fingers, and slips located in a secluded inlet, away from heavy foot, boat, and sportscraft traffic. Bonus: we are Boston Harbor’s Hurricane Hole!
We know that regular winter check-ins make it much easier to launch come spring. And mild days can be great for small maintenance projects. During the off-season you will have access to our gated, fenced boatyard during working hours by first visiting the office and checking in.