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With its salty breezes and stunning scenery, Buzzards Bay is a world-class destination for sailing, rowing, and powerboating. Through boating, you can discover a whole new world out on the water. The launches and marinas listed here are gateways to the Bay, where you can begin a fantastic day of fishing and cruising. Don’t own a boat? You’re still in luck! Sign up for a sailing class or join a rowing club, and you’ll have a blast boating Buzzards Bay.

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beach and boat ramp at Seaview Avenue in Fairhaven
65 Seaview Avenue, Fairhaven, MA 02719
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The beach and boat ramp at Seaview Avenue in Fairhaven grant explorers access to Nasketucket Bay.

Parking: Medium-sized paved parking area
Facilities: Boat Ramp, Canoe/Kayak Launch
a family walks down the sand at Silvershell Beach in Marion
1 Front St., Marion, MA 02738
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With pretty views and peaceful waters, Silvershell Beach is a favorite summer spot for families in Marion.

Size: 2 acres
Parking: Large unpaved parking area; resident privilege sticker required at all times
Facilities: Restrooms (seasonal), Playground
sandy shoreline of Squeteague Harbor Beach in Cataumet
18 Squeteague Harbor Rd., Bourne, MA 02534
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Peaceful, scenic Squeteague Harbor Beach is tucked into a quiet corner of Cataumet in Bourne.

Parking: Limited parking along beachway off Squeteague Harbor Road
Facilities: Trash
woman and little girl looking at sand at Swifts Neck Beach in Wareham
15 Roby St., Wareham, MA 02571
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The mixture of sand and grass along Swifts Neck Beach give this cozy neighborhood beach in Wareham a natural feel.

Size: 2.1 acres
Parking: Two large paved parking lots; fee to park May 1 to October 1
Facilities: Boat Ramp, Restrooms (seasonal)
boaters putting boat on trailer at Tempest Knob ramp in Wareham
30 Oak St., Wareham, MA 02571
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Embark into the Wareham River and upper Buzzards Bay from Tempest Knob, a town-owned public boat ramp in Wareham.

Parking: Medium-sized paved parking lot (vehicles and trailers)
Facilities: Boat Ramp, Kayak Launch, Dock (wood/floating)
West Falmouth Town Dock
55 Old Dock Road, Falmouth, MA 02540
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Boaters and anglers can launch on a Buzzards Bay adventure from the public ramp and town dock on West Falmouth Harbor.

Parking: Limited vehicle parking at the town dock; Medium-sized gravel parking area on Old Dock Road by bike path (vehicles and trailers)
Facilities: Boat Ramp, Dock (wood/floating), Trash
West Beach next to boat ramp in New Bedford's South End
519 West Rodney French Blvd., New Bedford, MA 02744
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This public boat ramp in New Bedford’s South End offers boaters, paddlers, and anglers access to scenic Clarks Cove.

Parking: Medium-sized paved parking area (vehicles and trailers)
Facilities: Boat Ramp
boats launching at Westport River boat ramp
17 Cherry and Webb Ln., Westport, MA 02790
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Head out for a day of fishing and boating on Buzzards Bay from the state boat ramp on the Westport River.

Parking: Medium-sized paved parking lot (vehicles and trailers)
Facilities: Boat Ramp, Dock (floating), Restrooms (seasonal)
kayaks on the dinghy storage rack at the Wings Cove Launching Ramp in Marion
64 Delano Road, Marion, MA 02738
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For Marion boaters, the Wings Cove Launching Ramp is an excellent spot to start a day of fishing in the Cape Cod Canal.

Parking: Small paved parking area (vehicles and trailers); resident privilege sticker required at all times
Facilities: Boat Ramp, Kayak Launch

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Permanent boat waste pumpout service coming to Cuttyhunk in 2018

The Coalition is working with the town of Gosnold to install a free, permanent boat waste pumpout station in Cuttyhunk Harbor, which will begin service in June 2018.

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Cuttyhunk Harbor boat pumpout schedule for 2016

The Coalition is again providing free pumpouts for boats this summer in Cuttyhunk Harbor. Pumpouts from the R/V Baykeeper® begin on Thursday, July 7 and will run twice a week through Friday, Sept. 9.

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