It took five years—or was it six? to go from a fantasy and a stack of lumber to the reality and reward
of a craft that is a pleasure to sail and look at.
Four kayakers who spent six days traveling more than 50 miles late this summer had a purpose that extended far beyond most trips.
A sleepy waterfront town is waking up to the enormous potential of a new municipal marina.
Maryland Oyster Advisory Commission agrees to commence oyster reef work, but with changes designed to address commercial watermen’s concerns.
New construction on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel will ease congested traffic, but it will shut down the iconic Chesapeake Grill.
We all mess up a docking maneuver occasionally . . . or frequently. If you want to improve your percentage of success you need practice, and that normally calls for scheduling time aboard, finding a suitable pier or slip that has little traffic, and getting decent weather. There’s an easier way.
“More than a towel, use with imagination.”
Ghostly doings keep history alive.
The Minnie V. left Deal Island almost 50 years ago. Now she’s come back home.