Pemaquid Harbor
Pemaquid Harbor
Pemaquid Harbor
Pemaquid Harbor
Pemaquid Harbor
Pemaquid Harbor
Pemaquid Harbor
Pemaquid Harbor
Pemaquid Harbor
Pemaquid Harbor

Pemaquid Harbor

Pemaquid Harbor, Maine United States
Lat: 43° 52' 48.0''
Lon: -69° 31' 22.45''
Write a Review

Marinas near Pemaquid Harbor

NameReviewsMax LOAVHFDock DepthGas / DieselLift / CraneWifiAmps
Pemaquid Beach Boat Works--------
Pemaquid Marine--------
Pemaquid Fishermans Co-Op--------
New Harbor Fisherman's Cooperative, Inc.--------
Bittersweet Landing Boat Yard--------

Partly cloudy throughout the day.

57℉

Lat43° 52' 48.0''

Lon-69° 31' 22.45''

Tide
Low02:28AM1.081ft
High08:40AM7.941ft
Low02:39PM1.613ft
High08:52PM8.726ft
E at 5 knots
Introduction:

The Pemaquid River is located off Johns Bay on the west side of Pemaquid Neck about three miles north of Pemaquid Point and eight miles northeast of Damariscove Island. The river empties into Johns Bay at Fort William Henry and is about two miles in length.

The image above is a view from the west looking east over the entrance to the Pemaquid River where it empties into Pemaquid Harbor. Off to the right (south) side of the image is the town of Pemaquid Beach and Fort William Henry, a stone fortress built in 1692, and a fun place for visitors to explore.

The main round portion of the image above is sometimes called Pemaquid Harbor (the true Pemaquid Harbor is where the departing sailboat is located), while farther off in the upper-right-hand corner of the image is the continuation of the Pemaquid River. Notice the thousands of small dots (lobster pot floats) dotting the harbor on the apparoach.

There are three marine service and marina facilities on the Pemaquid River, but there are no overnight transient dockside slips available here. If you’d like to tie up at a mooring for the night, Pemaquid Beach Boat Works administers the moorings on the river near its mouth. If you need to top off with gas or diesel fuel, the Pemaquid Fisherman’s Co-op pumps both.


Navigating the Water:

Use NOAA Chart 13293.

The Pemaquid River is reached via an approach from the west through Pemaquid Harbor. The main danger on the approach to the Pemaquid River is the obvious lack of aids to navigation. Although there is a south passage from Johns Island, the Knowles Rocks are an issue, and most boaters find the entrance from the west to be easier.

From Johns Bay, first set a course to intercept the area near waypoint N43 52.455 W69 32.335. Once you have arrive at your waypoint, set an easterly course of about 094 degrees magnetic and follow that heading for about .7 mile. This course will take you north of Beaver Island, through Pemaquid Harbor, and then to the entrance of the Pemaquid River at Fort William Henry.

Inside the river’s mouth you will find red and white buoy “P.” This marks a boundary between four-foot depths to the south (notice the small powerboats on the right side of the river above) and 14-foot depths on the north side (notice the sailboats). There are more moorings upstream, some private some owned by Pemaquid Beach Boat Works.


Local Notices to Mariners:

Local Notices to Mariners are available online from the U.S. Coast Guard.

Harbor Reviews


No reviews yet! Be the first to write a review of Pemaquid Harbor.

Nearby Attractions

Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site
Visit
Colonial Pemaquid Museum
Visit
The Fin Bar
Visit
The Contented Sole
Visit
Pemaquid Harbor
Visit
Maine Kayaks
Visit
Pemaquid Beach
Visit
Back Cove
Visit
New Harbor
Visit
Fort William Henry
Visit
Bristol, ME
Visit
Cottage 16
Visit
Pemaquid Seafood
Visit
Harbor Daze
Visit
Harpoon Bar
Visit
Everything Elderly Caregiving
Visit
Linekin Bay Bed & Breakfast
Visit
Tightlines Tackle
Visit
Tidewater way
Visit
Moonrise Hill
Visit
Eugleys Seafood
Visit
Abacove Cabin
Visit
PapPap's Pier
Visit
Ye Olde Forte Cabins
Visit
Pemaquid Cozy Cottage
Visit
Abenaki Cottage
Visit
plummer galery
Visit
Bohica Lodge Christmas Cove. Maine
Visit
East Boothbay Post Office
Visit
Schmoop's Ice Cream
Visit