Nauset Marine EAST
235 Main St, Orleans, MA 02653
From the upper Cape
Take the Mid-Cape Highway
Rt. 6 E to exit 12 towards Orleans
Keep right at the fork, follow signs for MA 6AE/Orleans
Merge onto MA-6A E
Turn right onto Eldredge Park Way
Turn right onto Main St.
Turn right at Barley Neck Rd.
150 feet turn right into Nauset Marine East
From the lower Cape
Take Rt. 6 West to the Orleans Rotary
At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto MA-6A W
At the next traffic circle take the 3rd exit onto MA-28 N/ S Orleans-Chatham Rd.
Turn left onto Main St.
Turn right at Barley Neck Rd
150 feet turn right into Nauset Marine East - Marina
"Volunteers Care for Famous Coast Guard Boat" from CapeCod.com August 2015 See article here.
2014 - 2015 Event Images Gallery
CG36500 Meets CGSC Berbard C. Webber, 2014
The CG 36500 met up with the newly commissioned (2012-04-14) 154 foot long Coast Guard Sentinel Class cutter, the Bernard C. Webber, when she came North from her home port in Miami Beach, Florida. The significance of the first of a new class of cutter being named after Coxswain Webber should not be lost on anyone who has a sense of Coast Guard history, as in the past the Coast Guard has named their vessels after Secretaries of The Treasury, capes, points, winds, sharks, and flowering shrubs. Not to mention other high profile people like Alex Haley, Abbie Burgess, etc. This class will bear the names of heroic enlisted men and women of the Coast Guard. What an honor to be the first in a class of commissioned U.S. vessels!
July 4th Parade, 2013. Orleans, MA
Special thanks to Nauset Marine services for excellent towing through the parade route.
July 4th Parade, 2012. Chatham, MA
Part of the Chatham activities marking the 300 Year Celebration.
The Wooden Boat Show at Mystic Seaport, 2008
Awarded 'Power, Owner Restored 1st Place' and 'Judges Choice'.