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Old 06-13-2018, 08:54 AM   #1
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Cuttyhunk and Hadley Harbor

Just added a couple short notes from our recent visit to Cuttyhunk and Hadley Harbor to our blog, mvprivateer.com ,should anyone be interested.
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Just added a couple short notes from our recent visit to Cuttyhunk and Hadley Harbor to our blog, mvprivateer.com ,should anyone be interested.


Thanks, that’s a voyage we’ve been wanting to do. Appreciate it.
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One of our favorites too, with Tarpaulin Cove thrown in between the two.
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Thanks SailorGreg!

We are heading to both of those places, for the first time, in the next few weeks. We're actually going to be in Newport for the last few days of our month-long cruise.
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Hadley Harbor isn't one of my faves, I don't trust the mooring balls in a blow, and when the air is still it's a bit fetid in the summer. Cutty is Great! I prefer to stay on a ball outside of the harbor when the wind is from the south. Be sure to have breakfast at the Fishing Club. On occasion you can get fresh swordfish at the dock, lobster pretty regularly. If you are going to stroll through the brush at Cutty or Tarpaulin do a thorough tick check afterward. Oh, Cutty charges $5 per bag for garbage. Tarpaulin can be a rough ride if the wind is coming from the south or east overnight. Barge Beach on Cutty is pretty cool.
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