Saturday, October 31st, 2020

New: “Haven” 36 x 24

It’s easy to see how Vineyard Haven, on Martha’s Vineyard, got it’s name. As one of the two primary docking harbors on the Island (the other is in Oak Bluffs), Vineyard Haven was clearly, hundreds of years ago, seen as a place of safety and protection for ships and boaters. As you pass East and West Chop, and enter the harbor, the seas subside immediately. The homes along the harbor roads are, themselves, protected from the harsher climate of the more sea-facing parts of the Island. This old home, on East Chop, has undoubtedly seen countless ships, boats, schooners, and ferry’s enter and exit this beautiful harbor. “Haven” 36 x 24

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