Marblehead, a historic coastal community, lies on Massachusetts’s North Shore and has deep roots in New England and American maritime history. Christened Marblehead by its early residents who mistook the large granite cliffs along the coast for sheets of marble, this seafaring town started as a quaint fishing village in the early 1600s and Marblehead’s industry became interwoven with the sea. Marblehead vies with neighboring Beverly, along with other towns, as the birthplace of the United States Navy as sailors from the former piloted The Hannah in the American Revolution.
Fishing was the town’s chief industry for decades until the elite in Massachusetts and Boston chose this quintessential, sea-side town as the home of several exclusive yacht-clubs. This includes America’s premiere junior yacht-club, the Pleon Yacht Club. … Read More
Commuters can pick up Route 128 in neighboring Beverly and Peabody while routes 114 & 129 have their terminus in Marblehead. The commuter rail offers direct service to Boston’s North Station while the MBTA provides bus routes to the city as well.
Map of Marblehead, MA
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