Wednesday, September 20, 2017


Tazzarin has cruised extensively on voyages out of Manchester, Massachusetts.  To the south she has sailed Narragansett Bay, Buzzards Bay, Cape Cod and the South Shore of Boston.  To the north she has travelled much further with cruises along the south coast of Nova Scotia between Yarmouth and Halifax, the Bay of Fundy including Grand Manan, Passamaquoddy Bay in New Bruswick and most of the harbors and out islands of the Maine coast.

Among her more unusual stops are Grand Manan in the Bay of Fundy, a stop and shore visit at Boon Island (site of New England's most notorious and famous shipwreck), Ragged Island out beyond Matinicus, a landing on Great Duck outside Mount Desert and Matinicus Rock.  Some of these islands pose difficulties in anchoring or shore visits, Boon and Matinicus Rock in particular.

Other travels include Roque Island, ME; St. Andrews, New Brunswick; Rougues Roost, Nova Scotia and many harbors of New England and the Maritimes.

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