Where is the yachting capital of the world?

Kageleiry, J.
July 1990
Yankee;Jul90, Vol. 54 Issue 7, p3
Reports on the debate between Marblehead, Mass. and Newport, R.I. over which is the yachting capital of the world. Far-reaching history; Port facilities and social life.


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