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Connecticut lighthouses

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We will be visiting family in central Connecticut for a week at Thanksgiving and I wanted a chance to photograph lighthouses. As I looked into it, it appears that if we want a good view at more than one or two, a cruise is the way to go.

I found several lighthouse cruises in Connecticut, Rhode Island and nearby Mass, but after contacting them, all discontinue for the season about now or within 2 or 3 weeks.

Does anyone have a suggestion?

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