Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Plymouth, MA Harbor

I was born and raised in Plymouth, MA. Like many other people, my favorite place in Plymouth is the waterfront.
The waterfront has many attractions and two wharfs. One wharf is named the Town Wharf and the other is named the State Pier.
The Town Wharf is where the boats of the Captain John Boats Inc. are docked.
Captain John Boats runs half day and day long deep sea fishing trips. They supply customers with rod and reels and with bait.
Captain John Boats also run whale watching trips with a naturalist on board. These trips go out to Stellwagon Bank where the whales feed.
The naturalist narrates the trip and gives many interesting facts about whales.
On the State Pier, the Pilgrim Belle is docked. She is a paddle wheel boat that does crises of Plymouth Harbor.
The Pilgrim Belle also does sunset cruises.
On of the best known restaurants on the waterfront is Isaac’s.
Isaac’s is particularly known for its seafood.
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One of the dishes on the menu is the Lobster Fantasy. It is a baked stuffed lobster topped with scallops and shrimps.
The Mayflower II is also docked at the State Pier. This ship is a replica of the original Mayflower and was brought to Plymouth from England in 1957.
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