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New London, Connecticut
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Located in New London, CT
"Bringing you a Great Charter Fishing Experience for over 25 Years!"
(This excerpt taken from Good Company II website)
Located in New London, CT
"Built in 1967 and rebuilt in 1993, the tall ship Mystic Whaler meets or exceeds all Coast Guard standards for safety, with an auxiliary diesel engine and generator, and a full array of navigational equipment. You will find this vessel stable and comfortable with many passenger amenities."
(This excerpt taken from Mystic Whaler website)
Located in New London, CT
"The charter boat After You, too provides affordable fishing for your group of up to six (6) passengers."
(This excerpt taken from After You, Too website)
Located in New London, CT
"You've boated with the rest, now fish with the best aboard The Reelin with a crew that brings you over 100 years of fish producing experience. Super fast & Luxurious, The Reelin is designed to get you to the fishing grounds quickly, safely & comfortably!"
(This excerpt taken from Reelin Sportfishing Charters website)
Located in New London, CT
"The Custom House Maritime Museum, home of New London Maritime Society, is the oldest continuously operating customhouse in the United States. The Museum brings New London's three century long relationship with the sea to life through both its unique architectural details and its exhibitions."
(This excerpt taken from Custom House Maritime Museum website)
Located in New London, CT
"The wealthy merchant, Captain Nathaniel Shaw, began building the granite mansion in the 1750's with the help of French settlers being dispersed from Nova Scotia during the time of the French and Indian War. During the Revolutionary War the mansion served as Connecticut's Naval Office."
(This excerpt taken from Shaw-Perkins Mansion website)
Located in New London, CT
"Get an interactive history lesson at the visitor's center, or just walk the Fort and ramparts for a view of the Thames River, a visit to Fort Trumbull has something for everyone including a boardwalk and fishing pier."
(This excerpt taken from Fort Trumbull State Park website)
Located in New London, CT
"Today, The Garde owns and operates a complex of four adjacent buildings in downtown New London, the centerpiece of which is the 1,472-seat Garde Theatre, an historic movie/vaudeville house (1926). Built in 1926 during the golden era of the motion pictures and vaudeville theatres, the recently restored Moroccan interior of the Garde Theatre, along with the new seats and state-of-the-art stage equipment, provide a very audience-friendly theatre venue in a warm and beautiful atmosphere."
(This excerpt taken from Garde Arts Center website)
Located in Groton, CT
1 mile from New London
"The largest steel party boat in New England. Striped Bass and Bluefish are our specialty from June to the end of October."
(This excerpt taken from Hel-Cat II website)
Located in New London, CT
"The Monte Cristo Cottage ... is the boyhood home of Eugene O'Neill, America's only Nobel-Prize winning playwright, and the setting for two of his most notable works, Ah, Wilderness!, and Long Day's Journey Into Night."
(This excerpt taken from Monte Cristo Cottage website)
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