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Re: 10 days south of Cuttyhunk

Down the coast from Cuttyhunk
Newport- lots great restaurants shops activity
Stonington- beautiful town, great anchorage, best scallops around
Mystic- the museum/ Seaport, ships

Then over to LOng Island forks

Greenport - great city Marina (mitchel), restaurants and shops
Sag Harbor- pretty town, upscale restaurants and stores
Montaulk- great seafood, lots of fishing activity shops, beaches

Block Island- on the way back- Aldo's, restaurants, shops, great cycle tours.

I can go into detail but the anchorages are great
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