Cruising options to gorgeous waterside towns and watering holes such as Jamestown and Tiverton offer incredibly scenic and convenient dining while cruising along with your favorite champagne or craft cocktail on the way.

Nearby white sandy beaches offer surfing, kits surfing, paddle boarding and kayaking followed by hiking and breathtaking views from the Norman Bird Sanctuary overlooking the beaches and cliffs along the stunning Atlantic Ocean expanse.

Nearby day trips include exceptional vineyards and local seafood restaurants offering the freshest of seafood paired with some well-aged vino from the likes of Sakkonett Vineyards, the first winery in Rhode Island.
Newport has become one of the most attractive, sought after and elite (yet under the radar) yachting lifestyle destinations on the East Coast. It is the leading port for international sailboat and sailing yacht racing hosting signature and iconic events like the Volvo Ocean Race and America’s Cup.

Its magnificent, Gilded Age-era Cliff Walk will take you back to the robber barons and industry - America’s cup magnates and their socialite wives who build now museum quality mansions like the Vanderbilt’s Breakers, the Rosecliff, the Elms and the incredible estate of the famed tobacco heiress, Doris Duke.

Newport’s waterfront marinas, shopping, dining and bar hopping amongst all of the stunning vintage boats and superyachts is a sight to be seen and one filled with summer adventure. The breadth of lifestyle experiences day in and day out, seven days a week include regatta spectating, drives along Ocean Drive for bloody’s overlooking the harbor and iconic Newport Bridge at the incomparable The Lawn at Castle Hill Inn Newport.

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  • Relaxing on the lawn of a Bed and Breakfast Inn in Newport Rhode Island
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  • lobster roll on colorful retro painted wooden planks