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Island Life

Thirteen miles offshore, a world away. Block Island beckons visitors with the allure of rugged natural beauty and the easy-going rhythms of a life away from the urban bustle. Historic lighthouses that once guided struggling ships now direct visitors weary and battered by their concrete jungles. Here, soft sand and gentle breezes coax you to slow down and just be.
Block Island can be as languid or as lively as you wish. Summertime brings vacationers eager to indulge in clambakes after a day at the beach, browse eclectic shops and explore all of the social energy Block Island offers. Others escape to a personal paradise of bicycling, hiking, sailing and fishing in what The Nature Conservancy calls one of “The Last Great Places” in the Western Hemisphere. Block Island’s dedication to conservation allows you to experience the wildlife that has attracted and amazed all types of visitors from U.S. Presidents to celebrities to people who just want to blend in.
What about the Blockducks, you ask? They epitomize Block Island life, and you may even catch a glimpse of them during your time there. They might captain one of the sailboats during Block Island Race Week, or you might spot one participating in the annual Fourth of July parade and celebration. Maybe one will pass you on a leisurely bicycle ride, wind blowing through its feathers, or gazing out at sea from atop the Mohegan Bluffs.
Blockduck clothing symbolizes Block Island’s beauty and bountiful charm. Our love for this island is the reason Blockduck exists.