26 Summer St, Hingham, MA 02043, USA
Owned By: Hingham Harbor Marina
A deep-water marina at the head of Hingham’s Inner Harbor with dockage for seasonal and transient recreational boaters. 44 slips with water and electrical hook-ups, and other amenities. Swimming is prohibited here, but is permitted around the corner, at Bathing Beach.
Located on the old Kimball’s Wharf, which was a lumberyard in earlier times. Large two- and three-masted schooners would transport poplar, maple and fir from the Canadian Maritimes to Hingham for use in home building. The wharf became a boatyard in the 1930s and a marina in later years.
Habitats and Wildlife
Located on Hingham’s Inner Harbor, the marina is sheltered from the north by a series of small islands, and from the east by the World’s End peninsula.
Historic Site: No
Boat Launch: Yes
Hours: Dawn to Dusk
Parking: On-site parking for patrons only.
Trail Difficulty: No trails.
44 slips with electrical and water hook-ups and an array of convenience products and services for sailors and power boaters. Large wharf with convenient layout for loading and unloading.
Scenic Views: Yes
Waterbody/Watershed: Hingham Harbor/Atlantic Ocean