Cape Cod Canal


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Cape Cod Canal

A waterway, about 28 km (17 mi) long, of southeast Massachusetts connecting Buzzards Bay with Cape Cod Bay, the southern part of Massachusetts Bay. The canal was built (1910-1914) to shorten the water route between New York and Boston.
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Noun1.Cape Cod Canal - a canal connecting Cape Cod Bay with Buzzards BayCape Cod Canal - a canal connecting Cape Cod Bay with Buzzards Bay
Bay State, Massachusetts, Old Colony, MA - a state in New England; one of the original 13 colonies
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Synopsis: Seven miles long and 480 feet wide, the Cape Cod Canal is an artificial waterway in the U.S.
July 21 - Cape Cod Canal Cruise - Buffet lunch at the Daniel Webster House and tour of the Sandwich Glass Museum followed by a two-hour narrated cruise of the canal.
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LOCATED ON THE CAPE COD CANAL, THE MASSACHUSETTS MARItime Academy campus has spruced up its cadet dorms while making room for more students by adding floors to its existing complex.
Entirely separated from coastal Massachusetts by the Cape Cod Canal, it is virtually an island.
While the Cape Cod Canal might cut 135 miles off a trip from New York to Boston, the Panama and Suez canals could cut weeks off a long inter-ocean voyage.
Our route was down to the Cape Cod Canal, through Buzzards Bay, Block Island Sound and Long Island Sound to New York City, then out to the Atlantic, where we hugged the coasts of New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland until we could join the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) in Norfolk, Va.