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Captains Cove Seaport in Bridgeport is a full service marina and seaport complex with slip space for over 400 boats. It is also a maritime and amusement center and prime tourist attraction in historic Black Rock Harbor.

Tours include the HMS Rose, a Revolutionary War-era 24-gun frigate (when in port), charter fishing boats, dive boats, and harbor cruises. The boardwalk has craft shops, restaurant, and a fish market.

Location: 1 Bostwick Avenue, Bridgeport Connecticut 06605 Telephone 203-335-1433 Fax 203-335-6793

Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
(Mt Vernon) Blue Heron Boating Vacations
(Bridgeport) Bridgeport Bluefish
(Fairfield) C&C Sailing Association
(Bridgeport) Captain's Cove
(Westbrook) Catch'em Charters
(Belleville) Chandelier

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