Friday, February 17, 2012

Boating on the Pristine Waters of Martha's Vineyard

Ocean or Harbor or Bay or Pond!

Martha's Vineyard has many types of waterways and many ways to enjoy them during your Martha’s Vineyard vacation.  - a leisurely paddle in your kayak, a gentle row, energizing kite surfing or sailboarding, a windblown ride in a motor boat, or a relaxing sail.

It is a great way to get to beaches beyond the madding crowds, and to get up close and personal with the other beautiful boats and yachts that ply the Vineyard waters.

A perfect day may include enjoying a leisurely paddle, or row, in one of the harbors, bays or tidal ponds -  to view wildlife in their natural habitats, to access quahog (clam!) beds (be sure to get a license!), or to explore areas inaccessible from land.

Glide along under the spectacular Aquinnah cliffs. Slide past the Edgartown Lighthouse from Edgartown Harbor into Cape Pogue Bay and over to the pristine beaches of Chappaquiddick Island. Take an evening paddle to observe the miracle of  phosphorescence in the nighttime waters….just to name a few of the possible adventures that await you!

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