News, recent developments, and useful information from around the Chesapeake.
License Up, Virginia Boaters!

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This Boat’s Electric!

Designed along the traditional lines of a Smith Island crab scrape, the Patuxent Small Craft Guild’s current boatbuilding project at the Calvert Marine Museum takes on a whole new challenge.


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Forget the Petunias—Plant Oysters!

Learn how at various times and places around the Virginia waterfront.


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Exhibit A+

In a small garage just up the road from the Woodland Ferry crossing on the Nanticoke River in Sussex County, Del., lies a white-cedar shad barge, part of the “Days Gone By” museum owned by collector Jack Knowles.


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Fund a Futtock?

Alexandria archaeologists are raising money to preserve the vessel discovered buried along the waterfront.


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Maryland Permanently Caps Boat Tax

New legislation makes permanent 2013 legislation credited with bolstering Maryland’s marine industry.


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Cleaning Bread and Cheese

It’s a rainy Saturday morning in April, and more than 150 volunteers are suited up in waders, work gloves and plastic rain ponchos, ready to tromp through a creek.  


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Home Free!
The Schooner Virginia returns to active duty in Norfolk Harbor, flagship for Sail Nauticus. Finally!
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Healing Winds

For Suzanne Johnson, sailing is not a hobby or a pastime—it is a calling. 


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Need a Poop Pumper?

There’s a new one on the Miles, and federal funding is available for local harbors to purchase their own mobile pump-outs to service visiting boaters, Bay rivers and harbors.  


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