TheHour.com: Marine folk have a term for the ideal sea state necessary to ship precious cargo, much like the finishing touches to the newly refurbished electrical system for the lighthouse on Sheffield Island [off Norwalk, Connecticut].
“Flat … calm, like sitting pond water,” says Tony D’Andrea, a lifelong boater and board member on the Norwalk Seaport Association Board, which on Monday will set the historic lighthouse aglow for the first time in more than 100 years.
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