Occupying a 5-mile-long peninsula that forms a protective arm around Hull and Hingham Bays, the town of Hull, Massachusetts, has a rich seafaring history. How could it not, considering its name and the fact that it’s almost entirely surrounded by water?
While overlooked by many boaters, Hull is worth checking out, for a number of reasons. One is its close proximity to the City of Boston and the Boston Harbor Islands, as well as other coastal towns along the Massachusetts shore. However, the town itself also has great restaurants, markets and 2 marinas that offer a full range of boating amenities. Last but not least are Nantasket Beach and the Weir River, the latter providing miles of scenic protected kayaking waters and access to the beautiful World’s End reservation.
You can learn more about Hull, its history and its attractions by watching the accompanying video, or by visiting New England Boating’s full destination feature on Hull by CLICKING HERE.
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