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  • Destination Salem
  • Ocean Alliance
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  • Boston Yacht Haven
  • NorEast Marine Systems
  • Burr Brothers Boats, Inc.

News

February 15, 2023

BOSTON —

Boats of all shapes and sizes are on display at the New England Boat Show at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, Massachusetts.

Attendees can see and shop more than 400 boats – from center consoles and family cruisers to pontoons and wakesports boats.

America’s Boating Club’s Boating Simulator will let visitors take the helm and get hands-on practice in boating skills, and a new indoor paddle pool lets attendees try a variety of paddle sports.

October 15, 2022

Heading to Salem this witchy season? Then check out these great Halloween activities you can only see in Salem.

M/Y MLR
June 21, 2022

The M/Y MLR (53M) 174 ft, 966 gross ton yacht visited Gloucester Harbor (Ocean Alliance Dock) for an overnight port of call from Boston.

The captain and guests toured the town including the Maritime Heritage Museum which they reported was exceptional. The guests then flew home by a private jet from the Beverly Regional Airport, located less than 20 minutes away.  The captain said he expects to return for another visit soon.

Yacht Insider’s Guide Is Going Digital Only
June 19, 2022

We know, we know…   You loved our yearly printed guides, filled with updated info about your favorite cruising destinations and gorgeous photos from professional photographers.   They were flying off the shelves in marinas, boatyards and marine outlets, all over the harbors we covered.  Many of you were even collecting them, summer after summer.  And it is true that, since the launch of the Yacht Insider’s Guide publication in 2009, whether it was for the French Med, the Balearics Islands or New England, the focus has been on our printed guides.

Yacht Insider's Guide logo
May 15, 2020

Unfortuntaley we decided not to proceed with publishing the guide book this year due to COVID19.  Normally we go to print with the book mid-May and COVID was in full force by then.  We continue to work on our website to keep it updated and we look forward to a better 2021! 

Thank you!

Anne & Rick 

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