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Your sailboat charter adventure will start in the most famous harbor in New England... Newport, Rhode Island! Sail to Cape Cod and incredible islands such as Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Cuttyhunk, Fishers & Block Island. Greenport & Stonington Harbor located on Long Island Sound are also scenic destinations.

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Location: Bareboat Sailing Charters, 470 Newport Harbor, Newport Rhode Island 02840 Telephone 860-388-6463 Toll Free: 800-661-4013 Fax 860-388-6563

Other Transportation nearby:
(Newport) Bareboat Sailing Charters
(Warren) Bay Queen Cruises
(Pawtucket) Blackstone Valley Scenic Railway Tours
(Providence) Bonanza Buses
(Marstons Mills) Cape Cod Airport
(Fishers Island) Elizabeth Field Airport

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