We spend two early September nights on the face dock... comfortable enough despite the occasional small wake. The marina manager offered to put us in an empty slip if we'd be more comfortable, but we declined. The staff and customers at Safe Harbor Sunset Bay were friendly and helpful. It's a walk to the supermarket but there's a convenience store within a few blocks. A few more blocks and you're on the beach. The core of Nantasket Beach is about two miles away, but it's a pleasant, flat walk, either along the beach or on an otherwise quiet road. We'll be back.
Plymouth Safe Harbor is a well maintained facility convenient to town. The staff was expecting us and was there to handle our lines. The marina's customers were as friendly to transients as any we've encountered.
The launch and office staff are great and the facility is first class. I inadvertently booked a slip instead of a mooring and the adjustment was made and a credit issued without question. We'll be back.
Safe Harbor Sakonnett offered a relaxing two-day respite during our recent four-week cruise. The facility is first rate, as is the staff. The pool was an unexpected pleasurer. The marina's in a neighborhood and there's no local anything other than a modest convenience store, so be prepared.
We had a nice, relaxing stay. Great service from the staff, including prompt pickup from the launch. Very dog friendly. About a mile walk into town (along relatively quiet roads). The launch stops at seven, so plan accordingly if you’re out for dinner. The mooring field is open to the north and east, and an occasional wake rolls in from the larger ships.
The Plymouth Yacht Club doesn't disappoint. The members are friendly to transients and the launch crew is top notch. Extra credit this time: my dinghy liberated itself and was drifting through the mooring field. A quick call to the launch and they were out ASAP to recover it.