Gloucester Marine Railways

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81 Rocky Neck Ave
Gloucester, MA 01930
42° 36' 31.06'', -70° 39' 16.64''
speedy.cabins.paid
978-283-2775
www.gloucestermarinerailways.com
Gloucester Harbor
Gloucester Marine Railways
Gloucester Marine Railways
Gloucester Marine Railways
Gloucester Marine Railways
Gloucester Marine Railways
Gloucester Marine Railways
Gloucester Marine Railways
Gloucester Marine Railways
Light rain throughout the day.
51℉S at 24 knots
Low02:32AM1.071ft
High08:52AM9.095ft
Low03:06PM0.483ft
High09:22PM8.369ft
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About


Gloucester Marine Railways is a Massachusetts shipyard that has served the fishing fleet of New England since before the Civil War. We pride ourselves on being the oldest continuously operating railways in the United States.

In service to the modern commercial fleet, Gloucester Marine Railways drydocks and performs repairs and maintenance for fishing boats, tugboats, ferries, excursion vessels, the schooner fleet as well as smaller commercial and pleasure craft. With two marine railways and an 85 ton Travelift, we have the ability to address the needs of vessels of all sizes.

Our highly skilled crew is very capable and experienced with all vessel construction materials. Our signature service is a commonsense approach to maintenance and repair needs.

We are a full-service shipyard, conveniently located on Rocky Neck, a protected peninsula in Gloucester Harbor. In addition to our maintenance and repair services, we also offer dockage, fuel, water and supplies.

Services & Amenities

Last Updated: Aug 10, 2017

Dockage:Yes
Fuel Dock:Yes
Diesel:Yes
Oil Disposal:Yes
Engine Service:Yes
Propeller Service:Yes
Travel Lift:Yes
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