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Northeast Fishing and Hunting Show

New Haven, CT March 20 @ 12:00 PM - March 22 @ 5:00 PM

Since 1997, the Northeast Fishing & Hunting Show has been the premier destination for outdoors enthusiasts! Our show offers an extensive lineup of exhibitors, experts, seminars, demonstrations, competitions and more. Our dates are strategically timed to be just before the opening of the Spring fishing & hunting seasons and we’re… SEE MORE

The 29th Annual WoodenBoat Show

Mystic, CT June 26 - June 28

Please mark your calendar for the 29th Annual WoodenBoat Show, June 26-28, 2020 with more in-water and on-land boat exhibits, reader-built boats, expert skills demonstrations, marine vendors, families building their very own boats, and so much more! SEE MORE

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Intrepid Boats

Intrepid Boats is on an inspired roll: they released 9 new models in a single year!

2/3/2020 by US Harbors

Ken Clinton, the president of Intrepid Boats, has spent the past 12 months living and breathing new boat designs. After nearly 30 years with the company, this year marks a capstone for him and his team with the release of 9 new models in a single year! Intrepid Boats, founded… SEE MORE

Great Loop

America's Great Loop: "The Last Great Adventure."

9/16/2019 by US Harbors

The Great Loop has been called “the last great adventure in North America”, and it’s gaining in popularity as hundreds of boats follow the 6,000-mile continuous waterway route every year. The Great Loop takes boaters up the Atlantic seaboard, through historic canals, across the Great Lakes, down the inland rivers… SEE MORE

Fishing on the Connecticut River

Casting About the Connecticut River

5/8/2019 by US Harbors

By Captain Tom Migdalski. The Native Algonquins called it “Quinnehtukqut,” or “Long Tidal River,” and were the first to appreciate the estuary’s incredible diversity of life. Flowing 410 miles from its origin at the Canadian border, the Connecticut River dumps 10 billion gallons of fresh water into Long Island Sound… SEE MORE

Submarine Force Museum: Visiting the USS NAUTILUS

5/31/2015 by Tyler Fields

In 1951, Congress authorized the building of the world's first nuclear-powered submarine. Given the name NAUTILUS, the revolutionary propulsion system was only the first of the ship's many records. Over her 26 years of service, she sailed over half a million nautical miles, including the first ship to cross the… SEE MORE

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