(Newburyport, MA)

Agave Mexican Bistro

Here at Agavé Mexican Bistro, we wish to make your visit a unique dining experience. We bring authentic Mexican food to your table and invite you to pair it with your choice of a over 60 Tequilas, margaritas, and more.


Port City Sandwich Company

Located just around the corner from our boats, Port City Sandwich Co. is a FBC staff favorite.  They offer a great selection of soups, sandwiches and salads. Our reccomendation is "The Pat Chung".

Michael's Harborside

Michael's Harborside began its storied past in the 17th century as a commercial fishing wharf and warehouse.

With visits form ships and people (some would say characters) from around the world much has been viewed, talked about and witnessed. Since that time, One Tournament Wharf has continued to change and evolve through many incarnations. Starting with a fishing wharf, it became a mercantile center, an eel farm and then a major export for tuna heading to market in far off Japan.

This scenic location saw its first use as a restaurant in the early 1970s as an Irish Pub, "The Boomkin". Gradually expanding through the years with the additions of decks, dining rooms, and kitchens, it has become the landmark restaurant of present day.

Just as our restaurant is a product of its colorful history so is the menu you see today, influenced by the traditions of the past and inspired by tastes from around the world.


Starboard Galley

Starboard Galley provides Newburyport's finest dining experience offering seafood fresh from the Atlantic as well as an extensive menu for landlubbers. Try their great lobster, clams, haddock, salmon, or other seafood delicacies, or check out the daily specials.  They also cater to functions and provide off-premise catering for your wedding, celebration or special event in the Greater Newburyport, Mass. Area including the North Shore and Seacoast.


The Black Cow

At the heart of a city rich with maritime history, The Black Cow combines fine dining with spectacular ocean views from its classic New England waterfront setting. On warm summer evenings, you can enjoy the salt air and cool ocean breezes from our spacious outdoor deck. During the cooler months, relax with drinks in front of the open hearth and watch the harbor from every table in the restaurant.  The Black Cow is conveniently located right next to our club, just step off the boat and you are there!


The Deck

The Deck is a fresh restaurant/bar right on the water!  They offer crisp delicious drinks and a simple, but refined menu. The food is freshly prepared each day from scratch to deliver a unique and tasty experience. Come experience fun with the best water front views on The DECK @ Bridge Marina.

Bridge Marina

  • 179 Bridge Road
    Salisbury, MA 01952

Newburyport Harbor Marina

  • 51 Water Steret
    Newburyport, MA 01950

Bearskin Neck

  • 1 Bearskin Neck
    Rockport, MA 01966

Market Square

  • 22 Market Square
    Newburyport, MA 01950

Crane Beach

More than 1,200 acres of beachfront, dunes, and maritime forest are managed for both recreation and conservation. Elevated boardwalks, vegetation management programs, and fencing protect the dunes. More than five miles of designated trails traverse an extensive dune complex featuring swales that support amphibians and invertebrates. Cranberries and insect-eating carnivorous plants, such as sundews, also grow in these interdunal swales. Castle Neck is the site of the North Shore's largest maritime pitch pine forest.


Sandy Point State Reservation

Sandy Point is at the very southern tip of Plum Island, a classic Atlantic Ocean barrier island. The 77-acre park is among the state's most beautiful and popular coastal beaches. It is also an important nesting area for the piping plover, a threatened species, and the least tern, a species of special concern in Massachusetts. Passive recreational activities include walking, beachcombing, fishing and birding. Access is through the abutting Parker River National Wildlife Refuge.


Wingaersheek Beach

  • Gloucester, MA

Wingaersheek Beach has white sands, crystal clear waters, and huge rocks in the water that you can climb around at low tide. The beach goes on forever at low tide and stays shallow for a long time - plenty of space for everyone.

With tidal pools to explore and lots of rock formations for climbing, Wingaersheek is a favorite for families with children.


Isles of Shoals

  • 290 Yacht Club Drive
    Niceville, FL 32578-7122

These nine rocky islands are divided along the border of New Hampshire and Maine. The Isles were a key destination for European fisherman before the Pilgrims landed. Today they are surrounded in misty legends made famous by island poet Celia Thaxter.


Maudslay State Park

The former Moseley family estate on the Merrimack River, this park features 19th century gardens and plantings, rolling meadows, towering pines, and one of the largest naturally-occurring stands of mountain laurel in Massachusetts. Most breathtaking are the ornamental trees and masses of azaleas and rhododendrons that bloom in May and June. An exquisite place for walking, biking, horseback riding and informal picnics. Special Use Permits may be obtained for wedding ceremonies and similar programs.

The Parking Fee at Maudslay State Park is $2.00. Annual Passes are available for purchase.


Park River National Wildlife Refuge

Parker River National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1942 primarily to provide feeding, resting, and nesting habitat for migratory birds. Located along the Atlantic Flyway, the refuge is of vital stopover significance to waterfowl, shorebirds, and songbirds during pre- and postbreeding migratory periods.

The refuge occupies in part, the southern three-fourths of Plum Island, an 8 mile long barrier island near Newburyport, Massachusetts. Excellent wildlife-oriented recreational and educational opportunities are available with visitor facilities and programs provided to enhance your experience.

The refuge consists of 4,662 acres of diverse upland and wetland habitats including sandy beach and dune, shrub/thicket, bog, swamp, freshwater marsh, saltwater marsh and associated creek, river, mud flat, and salt panne. These and other refuge habitats support varied and abundant populations of resident and migratory wildlife including more than 300 species of birds and additional species of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects, and plants.


Rockport Motif No. 1

A fisherman's shack on Bradley Wharf in the harbor of Rockport, Massachusetts, USA, is one of the most famous buildings in the world, recognizable to students of art and art history as Motif Number 1.


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(508) 443-6800

386 Merrimac Street
Newburyport, MA 01950

Main Office
(978) 499-0899

(978) 971-2040


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