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Newport, RI to East Hampton/Shelter Island, NY

Dont have my charts or GPS with me. Does anyone have any idea what the distance is from Newport to the Shelter Island area? Anything special I shud know?

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Without looking at our charts, I recall it being about 20 to 25 miles, depending upon where you go. Block Island is about half way, at around 12 miles from Newport RI.
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Newport, RI to East Hampton/Shelter Island, NY

Looking at my chart software it says
Newport to BI is 23 NM
BI to Shelter Island 32 .
Currents will make a big difference in terms of time.
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