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A boathouse in Vineyard Haven, on Beach Street Extension.
A small-boat harbor at Owen Park, Vineyard Haven.
East Chop light, as seen from the ferry arriving to Martha's Vineyard
The Oak Bluffs harbor. Oak Bluffs is one of two entry ports for ferries arriving to and departing from Martha's Vineyard.
These cottages along with a church comprise Trinity Park in Oak Bluffs. Their history dates back to 1835 when a group of Methodist pilgrims came to this location for a religious revival. Originally, they lived in tents, but gradually the tents were repalced with cottages.
West Chop Lighthouse, as seen from the ferry arriving on Martha's Vineyard.
The beach in Oak Bluffs, along Sea View Avenue
The Edgartown lighthouse and harbor. Edgartown is one of six towns that make up Martha's Vineyard.
Above: The ferry that traverses Edgartown Harbor to Chappaquiddick Island. The trip over takes a mere two to three minutes.
Left: Edgartown Harbor that opens to Katama Bay
Above: Sailing Nantucket Sound
Left: The Nobska Lighthouse at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, as seen from the ferry returning to the mainland from Martha's Vineyard.
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