Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
Cape Pogue Bay
Find a quiet piece of sand, turn off the engine, and relax in this extraordinary setting. A wildlife refuge consisting of 516 acres and the Cape Pogue Lighthouse surrounds the Bay and its impressive salt marshes. Blend in with the locals by describing your trip to “Chappy” known elsewhere as Chappaquiddick Island, which is situated a stones throw to the south.
Enjoy a cruise to the sites, sounds, – and most importantly – seafood of Menemsha. A 300 year old fishing village, the history is evident everywhere you look.
Tuckernuck & Muskeget
Follow the seals to these charming islands right between MV and ACK. Tuckernuck is a shallow island of 900 acres and is off-the-grid in the best of ways.
Nantucket is an easy jaunt from Edgartown, perfect for shopping and lunch. Trek one-way and stay the night, or have the captain bring you back post exploring.
Cuttyhunk & Tarpaulin Cove
Cuttyhunk has a vibrant summer community and great fishing. Tarpaulin Cove is on the eastern shore of Naushon Island with a lovely anchorage and a quaint lighthouse and beach.