The Charles W. Morgan made its first voyage in 1841 and completed its final journey to date in 2014. The vessel is the world's last remaining wooden whaling ship, and an outstanding piece of American history to experience in Mystic, Connecticut.
“By joining Compass, Randall Realtors isn’t just raising the bar with agent support and technology but we’re also elevating an even higher standard of customer service for our clients. We couldn’t be more excited about our new partnership. This is an opportunity for us to participate in the innovation and growth that Compass is chartering the course for, and to contribute to its growth by expanding its footprint further into New England,” said Doug Randall, CEO of Randall, Realtors and The Randall Family of Companies.
Franklin Street in Westerly, RI, is a small section of U.S. Route 1 that offers an abundance of shopping and dining opportunities for the entire family in addition to one of South County's best baseball diamonds.
The Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House Museum in Stonington Borough was the home of one of Connecticut's most important residents. Today, visitors and locals alike can explore the house and get to know a bit more about Nathaniel B. Palmer and his family.
Spending time in Watch Hill in the summer provides plenty of activities for the entire family, and the village's ice cream shops offer delicious opportunities to stay cool and beat the heat.