Public Dock
Harbormaster Steve Johnson

Stonington, town of. Dinghy float, parking, pay phone, groceries and hardware stores adjacent, transient rental moorings, 8' at low tide, accommodate 130', gas, diesel, electricity, showers, laundry, ice, live lobsters, pay phone, travelift and 4 railways, hull repairs, fiberglass, wood, metal, inboard engine repairs, extensive ships store, restaurant and grocery within a mile

Old Quarry Ocean Adventures (207/367-8977) on Webb Cove provide an all-tide launch dock, kayaks, canoes, lobster boat, charter or rental sailboats, deep-water frontage, moorings, a granite ledge and launch areas. Also lessons, and guided and charter trips designed by participants. For campers, spacious, secluded sites with platforms, picnic tables and fire grills.


, #5, Atlantic Ave., Stonington, P.O. Box 412, call 207-367-2442, fax 207-367-2531, open April - Oct., MENU, daily specials, salad bar, fresh grilled, broiled, or pan seared halibut, tuna, swordfish, Friday fish fry for $7.95 (free seconds), lobster fixed 30 ways, lunch, dinner, handicapped access, take-out, highchairs, fresh fish, lobster, free coffee refills, junior portions, diet plates, in-house cooking/baking, full bar—beer, wine, cocktails, new restaurant seats 200 with deck, views of Stonington's working waterfront, Editor's Choice in 2004 Yankee Travel Guide, Visa, MC, Discover, personal checks, full-service convenience store at same location...

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