Osterville, Cape Cod

Popular Outings

Martha’s Vineyard

Breakfast at Black Dog? Lunch in Edgartown? Please. The Vineyard has multiple boating “honey holes” to explore. B&G team favorite: The Cliff’s at Gay Head.


Haven’t found enough places to spend your money? Nantucket awaits. Visit the White Elephant for brunch, CRU for cocktails, or take the Hinckley over to Toppers for dinner.

Dead Neck

Quite simply the most relaxing sand bar on the Cape. Pack a lunch or grill the daily catch while lounging on the beach. Dead Neck or Sampsons Island has been a source of Rest & Relaxation for generations. Keep an eye out for the Fiddler Crabs in the coves, they can be seen running the sands by the thousands.

Circle Oyster Harbors

Take in the bays, wildlife, architecture, and yachts in and around Oyster Harbors. An exclusive enclave on the cape, Oyster Harbors is rich in old world charm.


Monomoy Island is an undeveloped barrier beach, and is a U.S. National Wildlife Refuge located east of Osterville. This island offers incredible bird watching, seal watching and miles of pristine beach to walk. Hike over to the historic Monomoy Lighthouse, built in 1849 and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Bring your camera!


Osterville is home to many great restaurants you can reach by yacht. Here are a few favorites, your captain will know many more.


B&G Catering

A collection of classic yacht, beach, and picnic options available in each and every B&G Harbor.


Amie Catering

A wide selection of creative and exciting options perfect for the yachts.


Nauticus Marina
339 W Bay Rd, Osterville, MA 02655