Matinicus Rock Light, NOAA Weather Station MISM1 restored. (Photo courtesy Congresswoman Pingree's office)

Service Restored To Matinicus Rock Weather Station

27/1/2011 - Congresswoman Chellie Pingree announced on January 27th, 2011 that federal officials have restored a weather station on Matinicus Rock (NOAA Station MISM1), which provides critical weather information for boats on Penobscot Bay. Pingree had urged officials to repair the station, which hasn’t provided data for two years. “Having this station… SEE MORE
A submerged cannon that a team of divers say is one of the remains of the U.S.S. Revenge

1811 Shipwreck Discovered Off RI Coast

8/1/2011 - (Michelle R. Smith / Associated Press) A team of divers say they've discovered the remains of the USS Revenge, a ship commanded by U.S. Navy hero Oliver Hazard Perry and wrecked off Rhode Island in 1811. Perry is known for defeating the British in the 1813 Battle of Lake Erie… SEE MORE

New Cape Cod Tides Added

22/11/2010 - We added Wellfleet tides and weather along with other Cape Cod stations including Pleasant Bay, Chatham and Barnstable Harbor. We will continue to add more and more locations in Massachusetts. Click here to view Wellfleet Monthly Tide Charts http://massharbors.com/monthly-tides/Massachusetts-Cape%20Cod/Wellfleet%... Click here to view Wellfleet Weather & Daily Tides http://massharbors.com/harbor-guide/wellfleet-harbor Please… SEE MORE

Fogland Beach, Tiverton

6/10/2010 - Fogland Beach is black stone beach on the south side of Fogland Point. Its approximately 4 miles south of the mouth of Tiverton harbor. The beach is a favorite of kayakers and wind surfers. There are changing rooms, showers, picnic benches, a children's playground and pets are allowed. The conservation… SEE MORE

Clay Head Beach, Block Island

14/9/2010 - Secluded Beach If you have the opportunity, make your way to Clay Head, which is accessible from Corn Neck Road. A 10-15 minute hike down a well-traveled nature trail will take you to a gorgeous and secluded beach that is unmatched anywhere in New England. The beautiful photos of the… SEE MORE

Napatree Point

30/7/2010 - Napatree point is one of the prettiest and most secluded beaches in the state. It stretches for over a mile and ends with the remains of the Spanish American war era, Fort Mansfield, build in the Spanish-American war. At one time this area was heavily inhabited, but all of the… SEE MORE

Flying Horse Carousel

30/6/2010 - The twenty horses are not attached to the floor but instead are suspended from a center frame, swinging out or flying when in motion. About each horse is hand carved from of wood and is embellished with real tails and manes, leather saddles and agate eyes. The only flying horse… SEE MORE

Brant Point Lighthouse

23/6/2010 - Brant Point Light was established in 1746, automated in 1965, and is still in operation (as of 2010). The light station was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 28, 1987. The lighthouse image is used often as a representation of Nantucket on t-shirts, posters and advertisements.… SEE MORE