Pump out Service
Shore Side Pump-out Station
This station is free of charge to all boaters and operates from sunrise to sunset. Instructions are on the pump housing, which pumps 35 gallons per minute and operates at all tidal levels. This is the shore pump-out station for Hingham Harbor Marina and Bare Cove Marina. Hingham Shipyard Marina has a pump-out station located on their work dock for their customers.
**The Town Landing self service pump-out station is currently operational for the 2020 season**
Pump Out Boat
Pump-out services are provided free of charge under the Clean Vessel Act to recreational boaters. The boat is operational from roughly May 15 through October 10.
**The Pump Out Boat will begin limited service beginning July 20, 2020.**
For the 2020 Boating Season, due to COVID-19 restrictions, pump-outs will be conducted ONLY on UNOCCUPIED vessels by ONLINE REQUEST. The boat will operate on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings.
The Pump Out Boat will not be servicing World's End during the week or on weekends. Pump-out requests by radio or in person will not be accepted.
These precautions are in place to protect the boating community and the Harbormaster staff. Your cooperation and understanding is appreciated.
The pump-out boat will service boats on marina docks with pump-outs on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, if an online request was submitted. The pump out boat will not go between boats in slips, or perform any pump outs where the waste cap is difficult or unsafe to reach.
Hingham Shipyard Marina’s has a pump-out station on their work dock for their customers and the shore side pump-out station in the Inner Harbor is self serve and available to all recreational boaters.
To request a pump-out on a mooring you can submit an online request form. You may not be present when the pump out is performed. Raising an orange pump out flag will help the operator locate your vessel. These flags are available through the Harbormaster's office.
Complete the to request a pump-out, You are not allowed to be on-board your vessel during the pump-out. The pump-out boat does not always make way in inclement weather.