Formed, according to Wampanoag legend, with the kicking of a giant’s moccasin into the Atlantic. Locally known as, the Grey Lady, due to it’s fog-ridden shoreline, and widely known as, the whaling capital of the world.
Over 4,700 acres of diverse habitats, with more than 3,000 acres of salt marsh, and a costal habitat to 300 species of resident and migratory birds.
Cruising the Atlantic from Wood’s Hold to Vineyard Haven, leaving the Massachusetts mainland behind.
Little, yet, mighty.
Once a part of the Boston Harbor Islands, Noodle Island is now a scenic park, part of East Boston.