What’s New with Marinalife

Marina Updates Oasis Marinas Expands across New England The marina management company is pleased to announce its growth into New England with three Connecticut properties: Old Harbor Marina in Clinton, Mystic Point Marina in downtown Mystic and Glastonbury Marina (formerly Seaboard Marina) in Glastonbury. Since its founding on the East Coast in 2015, Oasis has Read More

Kingman Yacht Center

MILES OF LUSH FOLIAGE, hiking trails and stunning Cape Cod views make up the tranquil scene at Kingman Yacht Center. This New England gem is an historic property and community along the northeast corner of Buzzards Bay. The spacious, full-service marina boasts 235 slips in renovated floating docks, as well as 130 moorings. That’s room Read More

Battle of the Crustaceans: Lobsters vs. Crabs

Best Region for the Season Lobster New England and Canada are known as major lobster hubs along the Atlantic, and Maine is one of the most famous regions in the world for these mouth-watering delicacies. For the freshest catch, Maine’s top lobster-loving towns include Rockland, Bar Harbor, Belfast, Georgetown, Harpswell, Kennebunk and Ogunquit. Crab More Read More

Explore the Spirited Lakefront of Burlington, VT

A vibrant, compact city hugging the eastern shoreline of Lake Champlain, Burlington abounds in scenic beauty, four-season recreation, a college town vibe, arts and culture, and a quirky character all its own. Eclectic shops named Anjou & the Little Pear or Common Deer, and restaurants called Zabby & Elf ’s Stone Soup or The Skinny Read More

Discover the Island Charm of Cuttyhunk, Massachusetts

Ever wish you could hop in a time machine and go back 50 or 60 years to experience a less frenetic pace of life? It’s not as far-fetched as it might sound. There’s a place off the coast of Massachusetts where you can do just that … at least for a weekend. “It’s like 1960 Read More

Wickford Cove to Block Island, RI

Our nation’s smallest state has big boating opportunities. Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay is prime for cruising — picturesque and protected with many beautiful harbors. While not on everyone’s chart plan, Wickford is an historic hamlet with delightfully walkable shady streets lined with beautiful colonial homes. From quiet Wickford, you’re set for a straightforward passage out Read More

There Once Was a Basket from Nantucket

For many reasons, boat lovers and landlubbers love Nantucket. The well-known island 30 miles off the Massachusetts coast has great maritime history, picturesque scenery, unspoiled beaches, boutique shopping, a nice marina and seafood galore. It’s also home to a unique basketmaking tradition developed in the second half of the 19th century by manly men who Read More

Offshore Wind Farms

The Block Island wind farm’s 600-foot turbines stand like sentries along the coastal horizon, their blades slowly slicing through the sky. In 2016, the five-turbine project whirled to life generating enough energy to power 17,000 homes. A two-turbine pilot project for the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind Farm stands just off the coast of Virginia Beach. Read More

Dock and Dine on Long Island Sound

WHERE TO EAT WHEN YOU’RE CRUISING into unfamiliar harbors often feels like an insurmountable problem, especially along the Northeastern Seaboard. While looking around Long Island Sound to create a guide to its gastronomic offerings, we realized that this region hosted so many great dining options that it merited a two-part series. In this issue of Read More

New England’s Spring Calendar of Events

There’s no better place to celebrate the change of the seasons than in a quaint New England town. Better yet, cruise along the coast this spring so you don’t have to choose just one! Read on for regional waterfront events fit for wildlife enthusiasts, art lovers, foodies and race aficionados alike. We think you’ll love Read More