Rhode Island Private Jet Charters
The smallest of the US states, Rhode Island, isn’t actually an island. Even though it’s small, it still has a lot to offer. With more than 400 miles of coastline featuring some of the country’s best white sand beaches, this little state is mighty big in its offerings. Among these fine sand beaches are deserted covers, scenic seaside cliffs, lush berry farm fields, vineyards, and lonesome lighthouses.
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Rhode Island DestinationsDespite being the smallest of the 50 states, Rhode Island offers no shortage of business opportunities and sightseeing adventures. Colonial cities steeped in history give way to a natural seaside beauty all in an expanse of only 1,045 square miles.
Things to Do in Rhode IslandRhode Island is a popular place among tourists because of its landscape and pleasant climate. People visit the state because of the scenic beauty of the Narragansett Bay and its offshore islands. If you like boating, fishing, and other water sports, visit Rhode Island. Rhode Island is also widely known for its historic plantations as well as its silverware and fine jewelry. Of course, a wealth of other attractions and opportunities are also at your disposal. Some of our most often requested destinations and departure locations include:
- Providence -The capital and most populated city in the state, Providence is a portal to the arts with a variety of artwork, music, and theaters awaiting visitors. It’s also home to acclaimed fashion boutiques and restaurants.
- Newport - This coastal city is situated on Narragansett Bay in New England. Newport is home to many of the nations most prestigious yachts and has hosted the prestigious Americas Cup, The Bucket and the Candy Store Cup.
- Pawtucket - Also a major art and cultural hub, you can still visit the old Slater Mill around which the city developed.
- Cranston -Fishing and beach-going are only a couple of the options you’ll find in Cranston. Unique locally owned shops and dining venues dot the city’s charming Pawtuxet Village, and the Providence Jewelry Museum highlights the history of the state’s famed jewelry.