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|Hyannis Marina Boat Sales||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
Partly cloudy starting tomorrow afternoon.
Lat 41° 32' 45.33''
Lon -70° 36' 11.76''
Falmouth Inner Harbor and the Town of Falmouth are located six miles north of Vineyard Haven and are only four miles around the corner from Woods Hole. Falmouth Inner Harbor is the first Cape Cod South Shore harbor with facilities traveling east from Woods Hole. Inside the harbor you will find nine marinas and marine facilities offering a variety of services in a well protected and nicely maintained harbor setting. This is an excellent stop for mariners cruising east that did not quite make it far east enough to hit Waquoit Bay, or for those wishing a little quieter and less expensive retreat when compared to Vineyard Haven.
Falmouth, as a coastal community with many beaches, freshwater ponds, fields and forest areas, has a semi-rural character typical of much of the less developed sections of Cape Cod. These qualities bring many visitors from throughout the country and abroad for vacation and summer residence. It is these qualities that Falmouth strives to protect as its greatest economic resource.
Falmouth's winter population of over 30,000 places it second only to Barnstable as a population center on Cape Cod. The Town is composed of eight distinct villages: Falmouth Center, East Falmouth, Hatchville, North Falmouth, Teaticket, Waquoit, West Falmouth and Woods Hole.
Falmouth today is growing with a continued strong tourist economy, active scientific institutions, a well-educated work force and a strong sense of community.
Portions courtesy Falmouth Chamber of Commerce
Originally settled almost 9,000 years ago by paleoindians, the first English settlers arrived in Falmouth in the early 1600's. Its present population is over 33,000 people in an area of 44.5 square miles with a 77 mile coastline along its southern and western coasts. Eleven harbors make it a boating paradise.
Use NOAA Chart 13229.
Falmouth Inner harbor is easy to find, simple to navigate and has six-foot depths from the entrance all the way to the head of the harbor. If you are approaching from Woods Hole, simply set a course to the northeast to intercept flashing green one at the east breakwall to Falmouth Inner Harbor
Once you have cleared Nobska Point. The only obstacle between Nobska Point and Falmouth Inner Harbor is a 13- to 16-foot deep ledge on the south side of Falmouth Harbor, which is marked by a red and green buoy. An intermediate lit mark between Nobska Point and Falmouth Inner harbor is flashing red "16," about a mile south of the Falmouth Inner harbor opening. Flashing green "1" marks the entrance into the harbor.
Approaching from the south or east, simply pick up flashing green "16," and then head for flashing green "1" at the mouth of the harbor on the south breakwall.
From a relaxing massage in one of our fabulous day spas to the thrill of hookin' a live one on the deep blue seas, there is an activity for all ages in Falmouth. Arts and Culture enthusiasts will enjoy world class music, art and theatre, while outdoor fans will enjoy a myriad of activities including sailing, whale watching, golfing, kayaking, and cycling on Falmouth's famous Shining Sea Bikeway. Our picturesque walking trails are some of the best on Cape Cod, the shopping is chock full of boutiques and specialty stores, the Cape Cod Baseball League presents the best amateur players in the country, and our hands-on, marine discovery centers in Woods Hole are the best in the world.