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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Favorite Harbors

Photo by Salt Water New England
A question for the community:
What is your favorite New England harbor?

35 comments:

  1. Any harbor after Labor Day!

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  2. Sydney, Australia San Francisco, Calif Newport, RI Camden, Maine, can't narrow it down to one!

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  3. for pure small boat daysails Pleasant Bay in Orleans/Chatham MA can't be beat.

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  4. York Harbor, Maine!

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  5. Barnstable Harbor, followed by Marblehead Harbor & Salem Harbor.

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  6. Is this a new blog title? Muffy Aldrich's Salt Water New England. I like it (sail boat photo, font and title)! As you know (longtime reader), I love your work and am so grateful you keep posting. N from Va

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  7. Padanarum Harbor/South Dartmouth MA, Bristol Harbor, RI.

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  8. Here's mine:

    https://youtu.be/f0fj-UevS0s

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  9. Head of the Harbor, inside Coatue Sandspit, Nantucket

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  10. Any harbor, in a storm

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  11. In New England: Essex, Newport Harbor, Booth Bay Harbor, Camden! Must add from the Great Lakes in Michigan: Harbor Springs, Round Lake/Charlevoix, Suttons's Bay/Grand Traverse Bay, Leland!!!! BTW Muffy, some new branding here?!?!?! Looks good!!!

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  12. Bound for Branford harbor in October after chasing blues.

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  13. Havana has one heck of a harbor. Too bad there are
    no pleasure boats - or working boats of any kind - about.
    You know why.

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  14. Christmas Cove Maine

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  15. Salem and Marblehead.

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  16. For fresh off the boat, New Harbor, ME. For ice cream and penny candy at Granite Hall, Round Pond, ME. For best hidden cove, Cozy Harbor, ME. For understated money, Christmas Cove, ME. For most peaceful spot in the New England, Boothebay Harbor from the porch of All Saint's church, Southport, ME. For least obnoxious Gold Coast harbor, Southport, CT.

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  17. We were married at All Saints, in a storm. Marriage survives!

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  18. Falmouth MA. Headed to Cape Cod in July.

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  19. Winter Harbor on Lake Winnipesaukee or Oyster Bay on Long Island Sound.

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  20. Camden Harbor, ME.

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  21. Northeast Harbor and Seal Harbor

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  22. Off the Great Beach on Roque Island--especially when there are only a handful of sailboats there. BTW, love the new banner!

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  23. Dering Harbor, Shelter Island

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  24. For working harbor, Galilee, Rhode Island. For leisure, it's a tie between Watch Hill, RI and Jamestown, RI.

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  25. Northeast and Seal Harbors. Great views of Acadia from the water.

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  26. Hingham Harbor, Newport, Annapolis
    - Hingham harbor comes alive on a sunny summer Saturday
    - Newport is filled with yachts, yachties and yacht clubs
    - Annapolis has perhaps the best racing - 6 nights/wk - and most are right in the harbor for all to watch

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