This is a small museum with a big influence in the early days of the America's Cup races. Family owned and run by 2 brothers, it built some of the fastest racing boats in the world. The Herreshoff company made boats for the rich and famous and also created a torpedo boat for the US Navy back in World War I. An interesting place to visit and it includes a nice history of the America's Cup races.
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