Bypoints: As Boaty as it Gets
Marinas to the right of him, paddleboarders to the left of him . . . he’s in the maritime thick of it now.
Marina Hopping: And the View's Good Too
With the finale of the War of 1812 commemoration just over the horizon, our senior editor looks back at her stay at Baltimore Marine Center’s HarborView as evidence that it might work beautifully for the city’s September bash as well.
Cruise of the Month: Cruising Kent Narrows
Now that perennial mid-Bay bugaboo Kent Narrows has been dredged, editor Jody Argo Schroath is ready to take it on. So on a crisp morning in late May, Moment of Zen sallies forth to do battle with the notorious north channel.
Nautical Know-How: The Fouling Challenge
Choosing a bottom paint is no easy job, says John Page Williams. But if you understand what’s in the paints and in your local waters, you’ve got a good shot at (responsibly) keeping scum off your boat’s bottom.
Bay Journal: Beyond Bare Minimum
The winter dredge survey is in, and it’s not good, says Karl Blankenship. The number of female blue crabs has fallen to the lowest number since 2002—below the mini- mum number to maintain the stock.
Cover Photo by: Lee Kriel