Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Red Brook, MA
The adjoining harbors of Pocasset and Red Brook Harbor in the northeastern corner of Buzzards Bay are among the most beautiful natural harbors in New England, and offer great shelter and an ideal layover for those planning transit through the Cape Cod Canal.
Red Brook Harbor is well protected by Bassett’s Island with its wonderful sandy beach. However, it takes approximately 25 minutes to reach it from Buzzards Bay at the required No Wake Zone speed using either the north or south access channels (both of which are well marked) around Bassett’s Island. Most large boats use the south channel with a reported minimum depth of 6 feet.
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