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                Maritime Marvels
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  Cape May Lighthouse
Lighthouse aficionados will get a grand tour
of Shore sentinels on the Cape May Whale Watcher’s Grand Lighthouse Cruise. The itinerary includes a narrated history of seven lighthouses, a continental breakfast and a lunch buffet. $95. 1218 Wilson Drive, Cape May, (609) 884-5445,
Built in 1942, the WWII Lookout Tower is one of 15 fire control towers in the Harbor Defense of the Delaware system known as Fort Miles. It’s also the last to survive, playing a major role in defending our coast. Climb to the top of the
six-level structure for a great view and some history provided by an interpreter. At the
rear is the All Veterans Memorial, an eternal flame honoring those who made the supreme sacrifice during wartime. $6. Sunset Blvd., Cape May Point State Park, Cape May,
(609) 884-5404,
The DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum has one of the Mid-Atlantic’s largest collections of artifacts—about 10,000 items—recovered from hundreds of vessels lost between Cape May, N.J., and Ocean City, Md. Donations accepted. 708 Coastal Hwy., Fenwick Island, (302) 539- 9366,
At the Indian River Lifesaving Station Museum, you can celebrate the heroism of the United States Lifesaving Service, precursor to
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