Hyannis Harbor is beautiful, well protected and one of the few natural deep water harbors (15′ MLW approach, 14′ MLW dockside) on Cape Cod with a resort marina that accommodates day sailors to deep draft megayachts.
As home port to sail boats, cruising yachts, sightseeing and ferryboats, sport fishing, charter fishing vessels, and a commercial fishing fleet, Hyannis Harbor bustles with activity and depicts a classic Cape Cod scene. Hyannis is a perfect base for a day sail, exploration to other harbors, or as a refuge for water-weary travelers. All of a boater's needs can be met here, including gas, service, restaurants and many other amenities and we are central to cruising to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.
In addition to its harbor, Hyannis boasts a village steeped in history (Baxter's Wharf was settled in 1666) that provides an array of on-shore activities and is the home of the Kennedy family. It is also the transportation heart of Cape Cod: flights to and from Boston and New York run regularly at Barnstable Airport, a mile inland, and bus travel is available as well.