Our goal is to maintain an organized, safe, and courteous harbor which is family oriented. Menemsha Harbor welcomes recreational and commercial boaters. The village's historic harbor serves as the point of departure for local fishermen, some from multi-generational fishing families, as well as charter boats to the Elizabeth Islands and elsewhere. Besides charter fishing and cruises, other possibilities for recreation are the public beach adjacent to the harbor and the bicycle ferry across Menemsha Pond to Aquinnah, as well as many excellent places to get freshly cooked seafood. It is also home of some of the most dramatic sunsets in New England. Menemsha is the location of a United States Coast Guard station, Coast Guard Station Menemsha, and was once known as Menemsha Creek. It is well known for being the shooting background for the fictional "Amity Island" of Steven Spielberg's 1975 film Jaws.
Moorings: $21 to $31 per Night
If boaters would like to request Outer moorings please include that in the special request line when submitting the reservations. The marina will apply a discount if there is availability to meet the boater request.