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Atlantic Charters was founded in 1999. Its main vessel is the Last Resort which journeys out of Noank for site seeing and sport fishing. Last Resort is a 31 foot diesel custom sport fisherman that is known for its fishing, reliability, and its mural painted on the transom. With 2 U.S.C.G certified captains and 2 mates that have specialized skills in all areas of fishing, you are always guaranteed to have a good time. They fish for fluke, porgie, sea bass, blackfish, striped bass, and bluefish. All bait and tackle are provided.

Location: 145 Pearl Street, Noank Connecticut 06340 Telephone 860-228-1483

Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
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(Noank) Atlantic Charters
(Mystic) Benmar Custom Charters
(Block Island) Block Island Bike Rentals
(Block Island) Block Island Parasail and Boat Tours
(Newport) Born Family Skating Center

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