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Norwalk Harbor is a recreational and commercial harbor and seaportat the estuary of the Norwalk River where it flows into Long Island Soundin Norwalk, Connecticut, United States. The last portion of the Norwalk River from the head of navigation near Wall Street in Central Norwalk to the Long Island Soundforms Norwalk Harbor. It is a federal navigation channel of the "recreational and small commercial harbor" variety.

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  • Norwalk Harbor is a recreational and commercial harbor and seaportat the estuary of the Norwalk River where it flows into Long Island Soundin Norwalk, Connecticut, United States. The last portion of the Norwalk River from the head of navigation near Wall Street in Central Norwalk to the Long Island Soundforms Norwalk Harbor. It is a federal navigation channel of the "recreational and small commercial harbor" variety.
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  • Norwalk Harbor is a recreational and commercial harbor and seaportat the estuary of the Norwalk River where it flows into Long Island Soundin Norwalk, Connecticut, United States. The last portion of the Norwalk River from the head of navigation near Wall Street in Central Norwalk to the Long Island Soundforms Norwalk Harbor. It is a federal navigation channel of the "recreational and small commercial harbor" variety. In and around the harbor there are 15 marinas, 13 private clubs with boating facilities, and 5 commercial port facilities. There are more than 1800 berthing spaces and more than 500 harbor mooring locations.About 800 boats may be launched from storage racks at marinas and clubsas well as via the city maintained launching ramp in Veterans Park.More than 2700 commercial vessel trips to and from the harbor occur each year.The main harbor channel is small enough to restrict the size ofvessels that could attempt to use it. In 2001 waterborne commerce in the harbor totaled 512,000 short tons (464,000 t). Typical freight included fuel oil, sand, gravel, stone, and shellfish (particularly oysters and lobsters).
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