June has finally arrived and we have added a few new gems to our family for you to check out during the summer boating season!
Harbour Town Yacht Basin
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
If you find yourself traveling down the Intracoastal Waterway this summer or fall, add the always beautiful Hilton Head Island to your stops, or, make a destination getaway out of Harbour Town Yacht Basin! Marked by the historic Harbour Town Lighthouse, the marina resides within the protected harbor and heart of Sea Pines Resort. The marina is one of the top yachting destinations along the ICW, and while docked, guests will have access to full-service and great amenities. The marina has modern facilities for full-use, a tiki bar, beaches, and picnic areas! As part of Sea Pines Resort, guests will have easy access to all resort and hotel amenities as well.
Pequonnock Yacht Club
New Haven, Connecticut
Pequonnock Yacht Club is the perfect destination for sail boats and transient boaters with its protected docks, calm waters, and fantastic views! Located on the west shore of the New Haven Harbor, guests will have access to all New Haven has to offer. From local restaurants, shopping, and bars in town, Pequonnock Yacht Club has beautiful facilities and great amenities. You may never want to leave! Head to the Clubhouse to relax, or if hunger strikes, there are two on-site restaurants, Shell and Bones and City Point Kitchen. If you’re interested, there are great historic sites and Yale University’s campus a short walk away for you to explore!
Oyster Farm Marina
Cape Charles, Virginia
Cruise Kings Creek in Cape Charles, Virginia this summer to Oyster Farm Marina, a 124 cushioned slip marina that can service vessels up to 150 feet! Located amongst a 39-acre luxury resort, guests will have access to any amenities you can think of. The marina pool is the perfect place for that R&R you’re looking for to beat the summer heat. From WiFi to modern facilities and fueling stations, you will feel right at home. If you can’t find everything you need, head into the nearby town for restaurants, shopping, and more. Hungry but don’t want to leave? Oyster Farm has a restaurant right on the water-The Seafood Eatery!