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(2012)

Captain Jack’s Wharf | The Bridge and Mars cabins.

Bridge and Mars, together with the Captain Jack’s office, occupy a former fish house that was constructed after 1912 and before 1919, and expanded to two stories before 1938, to judge from contemporary Sanborn street atlases. Back in the day, it also served as a meeting room for fisherman, Ed Fitzgerald said, “with a pot-bellied stove for wintertime yarns.” The owners as of 2018 lived in Manhattan (Bridge) and Boston (Mars).

For an overview of Captain Jack’s Wharf, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Cabin 8½, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Australis cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Borealis cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Hesperus cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Jupiter cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of the Locker cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Nautilus cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Neptune cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Orion cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Rainbow cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Ribbons cabin, please see 73B Commercial Street.

For a view of Spindrift cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Sunrise cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Sunset cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Venus cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of Windswept cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

For a view of the Wreck cabin, please see 73A Commercial Street.

¶ Last updated on 14 July 2018.


For further reading online

Captain Jack’s Wharf (Bridge) website.

Captain Jack’s Wharf (Mars) website.

 

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