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Newport to Martha’sVineyard

Nestled within Narragansett Bay is Newport – This village is considered the yachting capital of North America. This area has a historical past linked to Jackie Kennedy and many affluent Family’s. You can see remnants of Newport’s fabled past with glimpses of opulent seaside estates along the “Avenue of the Mansions,” renowned museums, art galleries and historic landmarks.
Mingle with the yachting crowd in Newport before cruising through the stylish holiday islands to Martha’s Vineyard. While in Martha’s Vineyard you may want to check out the quant fishing village at Menemsha Harbor. The cliffs of Gay Head are close by and worth the walk. It is also fun to browse the shops and restaurants ashore.


DAY 2 and 3

Martha’s Vineyard to Nantucket

Nantucket is a exclusive summer destination, this crescent-shaped island is New England at its finest. Take a refreshing dip or walk on one of the many beautiful beaches that dot the island’s coastline. Dock in the Nantucket Boat Basin and visit the restaurants, galleries and boutiques of Nantucket Town.



Nantucket to Third Beach

After your leisurely day sail anchor at Third Beach, Middle Town, R.I. this basin is the mouth of the Sakonnet River, and is a nature lover’s paradise. This area is perfect for all water activities and provides a wonderful backdrop for a luxurious dinner and evening onboard.



Third Beach to Block Island

While visiting Block Island stroll along Mohegan Bluffs and admire the Southeast Lighthouse, located along the scenic southern shore of the island. The bluffs rise 200 feet above the ocean and stretch 3 miles along the shoreline. This small, pristine island off the coast of Rhode Island has been a favorite summertime destination, adored for its breathtaking bluffs, “laid back” attitude, and splendid nature trails.



Block Island to Jamestown

Enjoy a leisurely stroll through Jamestown’s quaint village featuring unique shops and inviting restaurants, or spend the day at the beach, fishing, kayaking, or by visiting a windmill or lighthouse, or exploring the historic forts.
Make sure to stop in Mackerel Cove for lunch and swim.



Jamestown to New Port

Chances are with your final cruz through Naraganset Bay you will be underway with some of the worlds fines yachts. Once in NewPort you can also find beautiful beaches, historic neighborhoods, bustling wharves and scenic waterfront; you’ll find that Newport offers something for everyone. Visit the Herreshoff Marine Museum and America’s Cup Hall of Fame.

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