The Mystic Seaport Museum has always been one of, if not our top, favorite stop between Key West and the Canadian border. Now with the addition of floating docks, the Mystic Seaport is even better and more welcoming to mariners. Greg, the dockmaster and his crew are top notch. And having a 19th century village all to yourself as evening descends, is truly magical.
This is a good facility although the bathrooms/showers could be cleaned a bit more frequently. Perhaps the best part of the marina is Alex the dock-master who could not be more helpful. He was terrific in helping us dock in very heavy winds and also helping our guests with luggage and provisioning.
DiMillo's Marina has always bee a class operation and it didn't disappoint.
We thoroughly enjoyed our two-night stay at DiMillo's Kennebunk Marina. While it is not a full-service operation the marina staff, Lane and Devon were extremely helpful and a couple of terrific gentlemen. The marina is very close to town and within easy reach of shops, restaurants and provisioning. We definitely recommend this facility.
Not a typical marina as it is operated by a non-profit Ocean Alliance that is dedicated to conservation and research of whales and the ocean. They are very appreciative of having boaters visit their facilities as it helps offset the cost of the improvements that they have made and the on-going improvements to their dock and facility. We enjoyed our stay and meeting Dr. Iain Kerr and some of his fellow researchers. Nick and Robin on M/Y Silver Skye
This is an outstanding facility. Tyler Miller, the Marina Manager, was extremely helpful. We needed some help with our generator. Charlie, former CG and crew aboard the CG cutter Eagle, took care of the problem in no time flat. The dockhands and fuel dock (Maureen and Lola) crew are outstanding. We hope to be back on our return trip from Maine. Nick and Robin aboard M/Y Silver Skye
This is a great facility with some wonderful people. We'll be back.