Pickering Wharf Marina
23 Congress Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970, USA

T:+1 978 744 2727
F:+1 978 740 6728
E:pwmarina@rockettrealty.com
W:www.pickeringwharf.com
Contact:Mr Richard Rockett

LAT/LONG 42°31.1'N/70°53.15'W
VHF 09
Port Photo

Nestling in a sheltered bay north of Boston, Salem is still notorious for the witch trials held in the town in 1692. However, Salem's former prominence as a seaport, which lasted until the mid 19th century, means that the town has a fascinating history. Of special interest to the visitor is the Peabody Museum with its superb collection of artifacts brought home from the Far East by mariners, and a replica of the 19th-century brigantine Republic. Just south of Salem is a replica Puritan village – Salem 1630 – with traditional houses, animals and costumed interpreters.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
3
High season
POAus$
Int'l airport
24km
30m+ berths
1
Low season
POA
Airfield
4.8km
Berthing
Alongside
 
 
Heliport
4.8km
Max length
39.6m
 
 
 
 
Max draught
2.1m
 
 
 
 
Max beam
7.6m
 
 
 
 
Facilities available at Berth
electricity; fresh water; direct telephone; cable tv
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