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BTW - that is a BHSC boat (Pearson 34 - Kaching-Kaching) in Boston, in front of Rowe's Wharf in my avatar.


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Agree on Westport. The Westport Vineyards Winery is just 6 miles from Tripps boatyard. And, if you don't like wine, the Buzzards Bay Brewery is about another mile. Just don't tell anyone about it - OK? It has a lot of charm, and I would really hate to see it further "developed" to bring in a few more millionaires.

The only drawbacks to Westport are: the long slog up the entrance channel (no where near as long as Plymouth, however), and that you can't get there without a car. In Boston, you can fly in, take the water taxi from the airport to Rowe's Wharf, and you are right at the BHSC dock!
I got married in Westport a month ago. We both love it.

Unfortunately, browsing home prices (on the water anyway), it seems to be somewhat "found" already.
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