CHARLESTOWN MARINA AT A GLANCE
Location: Boston Harbor, Boston, Massachusetts 371 single- and double-loaded slips with all new Ipe wood decks that can accommodate vessels up to 600' 1225' hybrid steel/concrete breakwater system with Ipe wood decking designed to reduce wave and wake motion from the outer harbor Complimentary WiFi Pier 6 Restaurant Paid parking Security staff, cameras, locked gates Metered electrical service offering 30 amp, 50 amp, 100 amp, and 200 amp with single and three-phase power Water connections Complimentary waste pump out Clean showers and restrooms Laundry facilities Grilling stations Winter in-water storage Beautiful flowers
Charlestown Marina Welcomes Boaters Near and Far With a Small-Town Atmosphere Nestled Within Boston Harbor
By Christi Kleiner
harlestown Marina is in good company. The facility has some very well-respected and well-established neighbors that have left an indelible mark on U.S. history. The marina is situated in the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston Harbor. First commissioned by George Washington in 1801, the Charlestown Navy Yard was one of the first shipyards of its kind in the United States and was in operation until 1974. Today, the former shipyard remains home to the USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship still afloat, as well as the World War II battleship USS Cassin Young, which is now a museum open to the public.
6 Marina Dock Age March 2023