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Waterford, Connecticut

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Waterford, CT
(range: 1 mile)
For over 75 years, Captain John’s Sport Fishing Center has been family owned and operated. Through 4 generations, Captain John’s has housed the Sunbeam Fleet at its home in Waterford, Connecticut. With 4 boats currently in the fleet, the Sunbeam Fleet can accommodate groups from 1-40 passengers. We offer your usual Private Charters and Public Fishing as well as unique trips such as Burial at Sea, Fireworks Cruises, and more! (This excerpt taken from the Sunbeam Fleet website)
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New London, CT
(range: 2 miles)
Escape for a few hours or a few days. Haul on a halyard, bask in the sun and watch the scenic coast slip by. Sailing May through October from New London, CT just 15 minutes from Mystic, CT. (This excerpt taken from the Mystic Whaler website)
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New London, CT
(range: 2 miles)
Connecticut charter fishing in LI Sound is tough to beat. CT offers fishing charters for a variety of species and our boat can accommodate up to six passengers. (This excerpt taken from the After You, Too website)
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New London, CT
(range: 2 miles)
Capt. Doug Parker has been fishing his whole life. His love for the water and the joy he and his crew have of helping people have a good time will genuinely manifest itself on every trip. (This excerpt taken from the Good Company II website)
Step up to the world of Reelin Sportfishing Charters! 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. (This excerpt taken from the Reelin Sportfishing Charters website)
Telling the stories of New London's waterfront, the Custom House offers lighthouse tours and boat trips, an annual chowda'fest, artifacts relating to local lighthouses, US Customs and the Amistad, along with changing exhibitions and a great Museum Shop. (This excerpt taken from the Custom House Maritime Museum website)
Situated in New London, Connecticut, the Monte Cristo Cottage is the boyhood summer home of Eugene O'Neill, America's only Nobel Prize-winning playwright. The 1840s cottage is named in honor of Eugene O’Neill’s father, the actor James O’Neill, and his most popular role as Edmond Dantès in The Count of Monte Cristo.  (This excerpt taken from the Monte Cristo Cottage website)
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New London, CT
(range: 2 miles)
The Shaw Mansion is rich with history. It was built by Captain Nathaniel Shaw beginning in 1756. In that year French refugees from Nova Scotia arrived in New London with few resources and few choices. Captain Shaw put them to work cutting the granite ledge on his property overlooking the Thames River to erect his granite mansion dwelling. (This excerpt taken from the The Shaw Mansion website)
The Lyman Allyn Art Museum welcomes visitors from New London, Southeastern Connecticut and from all over the world. Established by a gift from Harriet Allyn in memory of her seafaring father, the museum opened the doors of its beautiful neo-classical building in 1932. Today it houses a fascinating collection of over 17,000 objects from ancient times to the present; artworks from Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Europe, with particularly strong collections of American paintings, decorative arts, and Victorian toys and doll houses. (This excerpt taken from the Lyman Allyn Art Museum website)
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 the Fort Trumbull State Park website)
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