Goodhue & Hawkins Navy Yard is recognized as the ACBS Associate Member of the week.
Goodhue & Hawkins Navy Yard is an Associate Member of the Antique and Classic Boat Society. ACBS recognizes them with gratitude for their support of our organization. This business is also a member of the New England chapter.
This is the company story:
Established in 1903 by Nathaniel Goodhue and Chester Hawkins, Goodhue & Hawkins Navy Yard is the oldest marina on Lake Winnipesaukee, and the finest boat dealer serving the New Hampshire Lakes Region. In 2004, the Pratt family acquired the marina and has successfully continued many of the traditions that distinguished Goodhue & Hawkins Navy Yard since its inception, while adding state of the art facilities and an emphasis on customer service that ensures our customers are able to maximize their time on the water. As a family-owned and operated business, we truly strive to treat our customers as we would like to be treated.
Goodhue & Hawkins Navy Yard is a full-service marina staffed by a team of the top sales and service people in the Lakes Region. Whether you are looking to buy a new or pre-owned boat, have your boat serviced or stored, rent a boat for the day, or simply fill your boat at our gas dock, we have you covered. We never lose sight of the fact that our customers and their recreational satisfaction is what really matters to us. Come visit us today.
Dubbed “The Oldest Summer Resort in America”, Wolfeboro and the surrounding towns have limitless attractions for visitors of all ages. From beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee to scenic mountain trails and great restaurants, come find out why Lakes Region vacations keep people coming back year after year.
The Antique and Classic Boat Society appreciates the extra support given to our organization by Associate Members. Click here to see this year’s list of Associate Members.
If you or your business would like to support the Antique and Classic Boat Society by being an ACBS Associate Member, you may join here or contact ACBS Executive Director Dan Gyoerkoe at [email protected] or call (315) 686-2628.