Boating time precious?
Join us at Robinhood Marine Center in Midcoast Maine (just 7 miles southeast of Bath) and spend more time boating. We are 3 miles from open ocean with easy access through the Sheepscot River. Whether your interests are Mid Coast or Downeast cruising, or just relaxing, Robinhood is an ideal home port. We offer over 135 slips and 72 moorings in our marina facility, as well as complete service for sail and power yachts up to 55 feet.
Quiet Unspoiled Natural Surroundings
Robinhood is the only commercial enterprise on picturesque Riggs Cove, an exceptionally clean and quiet harbor. Osprey and harbor seals share our secluded anchorage with some of the coast’s most experienced yachtsmen. While we’re constantly upgrading and improving our facilities, there’s also a strong sense of tradition at Robinhood. Some of our waterfront buildings date back to late 1700′s. We pride ourselves in offering state of the art yacht services in a simple New England village setting.
Enjoy a quiet afternoon in our charming shore side library. The shelves are well stocked with fiction, nonfiction and periodicals. Try your hand at a challenging jigsaw puzzle or curl up in a comfortable chair with a good book.
Marina Services Include:
- Courtesy Car
- Marine Parts & Supplies
- Gas & Diesel Fuel
- Pump-out Facility
- Restrooms & Showers
- Shoreside Library
- Gallery at Riggs Cove
- Secure on site Parking
- Osprey Restaurant and Tavern
- Full Time Dock Staff
- Monitoring VHF Ch. 9
- Free WiFi
- *Showers, Restrooms, Library and Gallery at Riggs Cove are open 24 hours a day.
- *Old Rigging Shop Studio is open during Fuel Dock Hours, and all are welcome to come in and enjoy a bit of local history.
Personal Touches and Attention to Detail
“On The Waterfront”, customer convenience is our priority at Robinhood.
Spacious restrooms and showers, which are maintained in Bristol fashion, are readily accessible.
An arched footbridge allows access to a protected basin for yacht tenders, while providing a direct walking path to all marina slips and the fuel dock.
Patrons and guests of the marina have free access to a 19’ Carl Alberg designed Typhoon daysailer and a 15’ Joel White designed pulling boat, Maid Marion with which to explore the fascinating waterfront at one’s own pace.
Visit the Gallery and History Studio on the waterfront to view a rich recorded history of the site and region, which dates back to the 1600’s.
Many artifacts and sculptures within the Studio and on the waterfront bring the local history to life.
Chief Robinhood, the Abanaki Sagamore, “Mahotiwormet” (sculpture by local artist, Jack Schneider), regularly made his tribe’s summer encampment on the marina site during the 1600’s.
A courtesy car is available as a custom convenience to access the city of Bath and surrounding area.