Details for Sakonnet Yacht Club
Name

Sakonnet Yacht Club
Position

Display in The Interactive Cruising Guidebook
Average rating 3.0 stars from 1 review

Address 163 Sakonnet Point Road
Little Compton, RI 02837

Phone401-635- 2681

After hours contact



Facility type

Marina - NO
Club - YES
Fuel - NO
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - NO

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VHF channel



Web sitewww.sakonnet.org

Email contact

sakonnet@sakonnet.org

Owner, manager



Harbormaster



Dockmaster



Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

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Operation (seasonal or year-round)
Unknown

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Approach



Tide

Unknown

Current

Strong

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Depths

Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

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Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

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Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

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Slips

Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

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Moorings

Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

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AC power30 amp - NO
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

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Dinghy access



Liveaboard info



FuelGas: NOT AVAILABLE
Diesel: NOT AVAILABLE

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Gas priceUnknown

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Diesel priceUnknown

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Pets welcomeUnknown

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Attractions



Reviews for Sakonnet Yacht Club
Friendly club in a strange harbor, 2012-10-24
Captain: , Westport Point, MA (321)

Whenever we tuck into Sakonnet Harbor, we get in touch with SYC, or one of the harbormasters. They're friendly and helpful, but we nearly always end up at one of the few town moorings at the harbor entrance, and when the winds turn to the northwest, it's a very bumpy, swingy night. Smaller boats can sometimes find a mooring further inside.

There is a dinghy tie-up at the Yacht club's starboard dock, and it's a short walk to the Tap Room at the Old Stone House. The food is decent, atmosphere is nice, it's not overpriced, and though it's not what it once was before it changed hands a few years ago, it's still inviting when overnighting in the harbor. If you have a bike, consider a ride to the Commons lunch, several miles up Main Road (route 77) and right on Meetinghouse Lane into the center of town...it's on the far end of the commons and graveyard. Amazing breakfast and lunch.

If you want a scenic adventure, head right toward the river, then turn left on Rhode Island Road, and take a walk on very pleasant Lighthouse Beach. Beautiful and interesting. Resist the temptation to head right, instead, along the river to Sakonnet Point Marina, a very private place that would love to be able to keep the average boater away from "their" harbor. Avoid that conspicuous and unwelcoming complex and you'll have a good stay in the harbor.

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