We have closed our facility until 5/4 in order to take the necessary precautions for our employees, vendors and customers. We are hoping to bring back a small crew to start commissioning boats on 4/13. Please email Tim Cohan with any questions or concerns at tcohan@macdougalls.com. Thank you for your cooperation and patience.



On September 21st, 1938 a hurricane struck Cape Cod, providing Cape Cod Marina with an opportunity to expand its business. Another growth spurt occurred at the onset of World War II when the boatyard was enlisted to convert some 25 sailing yachts, leased by the US government for the duration of the war for $1.00, into coast watchers for the defense of local waters.

In 2006 the MacDougalls’ facility was upgraded and expanded with a state of the art paint booth that can accommodate vessels up to 80ft, a complete engine repair shop, and designated electronics, sail loft, rigging, and winter workshop areas. It is a fully ‘green’ facility with a best practice approach to energy efficiency, air quality control, recycling, and waste management.

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