Alexandria: Old Soul of the Potomac
Cruising editor Constance Bond takes us on a tour of the old and the new in Old Town Alexandria, Va.
And So We Bought a Boat
Her true love wanted that trawler in the worst way; managing editor Jane Meneely said nuthin' doin'-at first.
Fearless Fishing Forecast 2001
Seek and ye shall find fish, says John Page Williams as he gazes into his crystal fishfinder and foretells the season.
Bay Window: Market Values
The West River Market in Galesville, Md., has been feeding hungry boaters for years. By Marty LeGrand
Toy F. Watson and his pals had a blast when they found surplus WWII ordnance along the James River.
It's Not Easy Being Green
A composting head isn't the first thing one thinks of when replacing a marine sanitation device. Nor should it be, concludes David B. Bowes.
Nautical Know How
George Trennig gives us the edge on nautical knives.
Time Tested: A Guide to Good Old Boats
Gone Cruisin'-Cruisers put out a couple of good overnighters in models 3570 and 3575.
By Jack Hornor
Down-Home Away from Home-
Paul Clancy takes us down the dock at Rebel Marina in Norfolk.
Some Days are Diamonds-And some days, says
Leon Frank, the water devils are just out to get you.
Cruise of the Month
Ducking in at Dobbins Islands-Executive editor
Wendy Mitman Clarke finds charm in a Magothy River gunkhole.
Mike Warren would have enjoyed his weekend of sailing, if it weren't for the bloody iron genny.
Me & My Boat
Metamorphosis-On the other hand,
Bill Zeitler liked his iron genny so much better than his canvas that he swapped.
Chairmen of the Boards-
John Page Williams explains about planer boards.
Sunshine Gets the Flu-When Sunshine takes sick,
George Trennig takes action, and heads south.