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The two RV Gypsies on an Essex River Cruise
August 11, 2011

Essex River Cruise boAT

Essex River Cruise BOAT
Founded in 1992, Essex River Cruises and Charters is located on the salt marsh estuary in Essex, Massachusetts, just forty-five minutes north of Boston. The marsh itself is part of the Essex River, an intriguing natural work in progress. Formed 15,000 years ago by melting glaciers of the last Ice Age, the marsh serves as a feeding ground for many species of beautiful birds and abundant wildlife. For generations it has sustained boat builders, fishermen, clammers, entrepreneurs and characters of all sorts from the Agawam natives to the present residents.
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Essex River Cruise
Essex River Cruise
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Essex River Cruise
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Essex River Cruise
Essex River Cruise
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A stop at the Shipbuilding Museum
The Essex Shipbuilding Museum tells the extraordinary story of a small New England village that built more two-masted wooden fishing schooners than any other place in the world. The Museum was established in 1976 as part of the town's observation of the American Revolutionary Bicentennial. Located in the heart of Essex, Massachusetts, the Museum is adjacent to an acre of land set aside in 1668 “for a yard to build vessels and employing workmen for this end” and is integral to the town's historic character, scenic vista and central river basin.
Essex Shipbuilding Museum
Essex Shipbuilding Museum
Essex Shipbuilding Museum
Essex Shipbuilding Museum
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