Monthly Archives: April 2012

Boston Harbor Harbor Picture of the Week: Tall Ships

In July of 2009, Boston Harbor hosted over 40 Tall Ships to its’ waters.  It was a great event for boat owners…we took out guests three or four times over a few days to tour around the harbor and see … Continue reading

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Boston Harbor Picture of the Week: Surf Crashing into Minot Light

This photo was taken last fall during a Nor’easter. Minot light is particularly exposed in these storms given its location- mounted to a ledge one mile northeast off the coast of Scituate. The lighthouse has been hit with waves at … Continue reading

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Boston Tea Party Museum Set to Open Soon

I am very excited for the Tea Party Museum to open, which according to its website is scheduled to occur in 78 days. Having been under construction for quite some time, the structure is coming together quite nicely.  I remember … Continue reading

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Salem Ferry

The Salem Ferry: The vessel itself- Nathaniel Bowditch– is a fast and enjoyable ride. Nathaniel Bowditch, for whom the boat is named, was a Salem native and is known as the founder of modern maritime navigation. I have always had admiration … Continue reading

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Boston Harbor Picture of The Week: Sunrise

A nice early morning sunrise shot, looking east out of Hewitt’s cove in Hingham:

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