Introduction

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Anne Grimes

Scituate is the indispensible harbor for cruising sailors headed south from Boston. Its central location in Cape Cod Bay - an easy day from Plymouth or the Canal, from Provincetown, or from Boston Harbor - makes Scituate a nearly automatic stop on any regional itinerary.

Just half a mile from open water, accessible at any tide and nearly any weather, Scituate is both convenient and reliable. With two yacht clubs, two marinas, two public launches serving the vast mooring area, and an active racing association, Scituate is one of the busiest sailing harbors in Massachusetts.

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