If you're looking to play around the best waters the Cape & Islands have to offer without the Cape traffic, and more importantly, the high cost, South Wharf Yacht Yard & Marina is perfect for you.
One of New England's best kept secrets, South Wharf is a full-service yard and marina in the historic village of Padanaram, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Just an hour from Boston and 30 minutes from Cape Cod, Newport and Providence, we offer deep-water slips up to 130 feet. Located across from Cuttyhunk, we're in the middle of New England's prime sailing and cruising grounds with Martha's Vineyard, the Elisabeth Islands and Nantucket all within easy reach.
We have full hauling and launching facilities including a 60-ton travel lift as well as winter storage making South Wharf a go-to location for boaters who care about how their boats are treated. Our factory-trained and certified technicians are experts in the installation and repair of marine electronics, inboard and outboard engines, electrical, heating, plumbing and A/C. We're the authorized servicing dealer of Yamaha, Volvo, Yanmar, Raymarine, Simrad, Garmin, B&G, Cummings and AB Inflatables offering complete outfitting/repair and customization of sail and power vessels.
Vessels larger than 45' looking for transient dockage please call our office at the number listed below.
Very helpful friendly staff. Wonderful village to visit and walk through. Best marina showers ever! And same with laundry
Our first visit and we will return - great well-protected location with professional staff. We are on our way from Florida to Maine and very professional yard staff completed oil changes for both main engine and genset. Good restaurant on-site and very nice local stores nearby. Excellent stop for a layover.
Peter and all the staff were friendly and professional. No hesitation to recommend both Dockwas and South Wharf
South Wharf,, great facility and great docks. Right downtown. Close to restaurants and ice cream. Great showers and heads. A bit short of electrical power and old pedestals. Would certainly go back.