The Boat Shop 1 Central St, Marblehead, MA01945 The Boat Shop offers quality fishing and boat supplies in the heart of Marblehead. Conveniently located downtown, the…More charming New England building has everything for a day on the water or fishing off the pier.
Atlantis Weathergear 89 Front St, Marblehead, MA01945 Family owned and operated for more than 25 years, Atlantis Weathergear is an online apparel store that features outdoor…More gear built for tough climate conditions, such as those faced by boaters and fishermen. Atlantis Weathergear sells some of the finest fishing and boating wear on the market and takes pride in its products' durability. Visit the Atlantis Weathergear Web site to start shopping.
Gerry 5 VFA 210 Beacon St, Marblehead, MA01945 Gerry 5 VFA is a nonprofit Veterans Firemen's Association and organization based on Beacon Street in Marblehead. The…More location works to preserve and support the historic hand-pumped fire hand tub and offers a function hall for rental for special events. Some events include weddings, parties, fish frys, special dinners and more. Check the main website for details on upcoming events or call for information on availability.
Marblehead Museum & Historical Society 170 Washington St, Marblehead, MA01945 Located in the historic district of Old Marblehead, the Marblehead Museum & Historical Society serves the community…More with a treasure trove of historical artifacts and archives, as well as guided tours of the Lee Mansion, which was built in 1768. More than 200 privately owned colonial period homes contribute to the historic charm of this important fishing port and harbor. Step back into history and support the preservation of one of New England's oldest maritime towns.
Maddie's Sail Loft 15 State St, Marblehead, MA01945 For a genuine feel of a historic seaport town with deep roots in the American Revolution, Maddie's Sail Loft is the…More perfect choice. Antique fishing memorabilia adorns the walls while locals share stories of Marblehead in the heyday of it's seaports and harbors. The menu is full of fresh seafood options. The store truly combines the atmosphere of an ancient coastal community with the comfort of modern times such as a jukebox, high-definition televisions and an impressive bar selection.
Gut 'n Feathers Club 51 Pleasant St, Marblehead, MA01945 Gut 'n Feathers Club is a badminton club which has two courts in its clubhouse. It's a turn-of-the-century church of…More clapboard and fish shingles. The club is filled to its capacity with over 90 family memberships with an active waiting list. Named after the racquet string and birdie, the Gut 'n Feathers is among the oldest badminton clubs in the country and remains one of a handful where solely badminton is played.
Founded in 1878, the Marblehead Yacht Club is the oldest yacht club in Marblehead, and it still occupies the original…More building in which it began.
Its mission is to be the "Best Small Yacht Club" in New England as it provides members access to the harbor and a pleasant venue for them to socialize and enjoy their mutual interest in boats and the sea.
Club events include wine tasting, cookouts, a sailboat race, a fishing tournament, and periodic social events are scheduled throughout the season.
The Marblehead Yacht Club has an accommodating and inclusive policy on accepting members. No sponsorship, invitation, or even a boat, is required to join.
Paintings by Michael Ferro 255 Pleasant St, Marblehead, MA01945 Michael J. Ferro is an award-winning New England watercolor and Sumi artist. His artwork has been displayed throughout…More New England galleries and homes, as well as in international private collections. Michael Ferro focuses on New England scenery and coastal life; boats, fishing shacks and eastern tides come to colorful life on paper. His work can be purchased as original or as a Giclee reproduction. Ferro will work on commission to replicate your favorite New England Scenery. He additionally teaches workshops across New England and he has taught through the Marblehead Arts Association. Visit ferrocreations.com for more information regarding his current shows and workshops.