Welcome to Edgartown Harbor in Edgartown's historic district on the island of Martha's Vineyard!
Our 2017 season will commence Friday, May 26 and conclude Sunday, October 15.
DOCKAGE: Calendar opens Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 10:00 AM EST Sharp • $5 per foot • $250 minimum charge • 90-foot maximum • One-week limit per month in July & August •
MOORINGS: Calendar opens Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 08:00AM EST Sharp • $40 per night • 65-foot maximum • One additional vessel of equal or lesser length can raft for an additional $20 fee • Two-week limit per month in July & August •
DINGHY DOCK: Located at the foot of Main Street on the west side of the Edgartown Yacht Club, in front of the Atlantic restaurant. Leave at least 8-feet of line off your bow so others can land on the float. If you are going to be absent for more than a day, please utilize the launch service to avoid overcrowding the dinghy dock. There is a short-term dinghy dock at North Wharf for those who need to use the showers, head, and trash drop-off facilities.
ANCHORAGE: Located in the outer harbor to the port-side of Red Nun #8 along the Chappaquiddick shoreline. It is serviced by the launch, all sand on the bottom, and well protected by Chappy's bluff from the light, prevailing southwest breeze. The beginning boundary of the 'No Wake Zone' was moved out several hundred yards so yachtsmen anchored in the outer harbor can expect a significant decrease in movement previously caused by the receding wakes.
During high season, there is at least on assistant on duty from 07:00 AM to 01:00 AM; 7 days a week. To reach, hail 'Edgartown Harbor' on VHF Ch. 74. In the event of an emergency, call 911. The communications office can contact us 24-7.
Any yachtsmen that leaves their vessel on a mooring while leaving the island for any reason must advise the Harbormaster Department and provide emergency contact details. Those leaving for several or more days must also provide an island contact. This is strongly discouraged and not recommended.
Our moorings are “fair weather" moorings and therefore, are not sufficient for storm conditions. We are not responsible for the mooring tackle or any damage to your vessel during severe weather.