A quaint shoreline community nestled on the banks of the Long Island Sound between New Haven and New London.
Settled in 1648, Westbrook was long a thriving shipbuilding center. The Town’s most famous vessel was the American Turtle, the world ‘s first submarine, designed by David Bushnell b. in Westbrook in 1742
Sandy beaches, tidal salt marshes and open fields offer a tranquil home to osprey, bald eagles and humans alike.
Boats of all kinds are the center of life in Westbrook. Its residents and visitors enjoy an abundance of marinas, yacht clubs, bait & tackle shops, and marine supply stores to accommodate their lives on the water