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Pier 76 Marina, Connecticut, United States

Pier 76 Marina is located in Westbrook, Connecticut. This marina has a long tradition, and it can provide top quality services. It can accommodate up to 254 boats whose length can go as far as 26 feet. Booking a berth here ensures a quiet and worry-free stay because boat owners will find everything they might require in this harbor.Pier 76 Marina also offers a terrific setting for one’s vacation. Westbrook and its surrounding area are a perfect destination for sightseeing. The best places to visit here are the Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge, a splendid coastal reserve enhanced by the presence islands, marshes, and various wildlife species, the Duck Island Roads, the Westbrook Town Beach, the Middle Beach, the Chapman Beach, West Beach, the Stannard Beach. The most popular destination for souvenir seekers is the Pink Sleigh Christmas Shop, and the Military Historians Museum is open for those who fancy cultural attractions.Westbrook is a perfect place to unwind and recharge the batteries.

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Attractions in Connecticut

Connecticut is a state located in the northeastern part of the United States. Along with New York and New Jersey, Connecticut forms what is known as the Tristate Area. The major cities in this state are the capital Hartford and Bridgeport, the city with the largest population.  Connecticut offers countless touristic attractions to worldwide visitors who come here for the beautiful landscape and the harbors situated in the estuary region, Long Island Sound.

The area that now forms the Connecticut state used to be inhabited by several Native American tribes including the Paugusetts, Mohegans, and Pequots. The region was firstly explored by the Danish navigators in the 17th century, followed by the English settlers two decades later. Connecticut became the fifth US state in 1788.

Some of the most famous touristic attractions in Connecticut are located in Hartford: the Mark Twain House & Museum, Elizabeth Park Rose Gardens, the Har... more info

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