Deep River

(Deep River, CT)

Welcome to Freedom Boat Club, Deep River Connecticut. Freedom Boat Club of Deep River is located at Brewer Deep River Marina, only eight miles from the Long Island Sound, in a secluded location on the Connecticut River tucked behind the Eustasia Island.

Deep River offers excellent spots to explore (and enjoy a safe anchorage) by boat including: Hamburg Cove, Selden Creek, and Pratt Cove. In addition, Brewer Deep River Marina is a short drive from the Goodspeed Opera House and the famous Gillette Castle. Steeped in colonial charm, history, and a long legacy in the ivory trades, Deep River offers unique shops, amenities, and wonderful restaurants within walking distance to the Marina. Offering a full complement of amenities that you may expect to find at a costly club, Brewer Deep River also offers year round service - from a complete mechanical rebuild to cosmetic and technical upgrades.

Originally settled in 1635 as a village of Saybrook. In the early to mid-19th century, various portions of Saybrook broke off as separate towns, starting from Chester in 1836 to Old Saybrook in 1854. In 1947, the town of Saybrook changed its name to "Deep River", matching the name of the town center village.



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Bart Crossman- Membership Executive
(860) 322-2640

50 River Lane
Deep River, CT 06417

Dylan Campagna- Director of Operations
(860) 857-7055


Safe Harbor Deep River Marina

Safe Harbor Deep River Marina’s secluded location on the Connecticut River, and tucked behind Eustasia Island, is only eight miles from Long Island Sound. The peaceful and idyllic harbor is a relaxing retreat, yet just two miles north of Essex.



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