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We had the opportunity to demo the new Zodiac Open 5.5 in Charleston, SC, and we can tell you this is one sweet ride. By Kaylie Jasinski


Ask the Expert: Cleaning Your Boat’s Water System

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See the Bay: Leonardtown, MD

Located in St. Mary’s County, Leonardtown is brimming with energy and waterfront activities.

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Eye on the Bay: The Dog Days of Summer ##Photo by Craig Ligibel


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Aaron Panzer’s dog Dany is the winner of our Dog Days of Summer Cover Contest! Dany is a 1.5 year old German/Australian Shepherd mix, pictured here on Bird River in the Upper Bay.

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By Kaylie Jasinski

at people beware—there are a lot of dogs in this issue. It’s the dog days of summer and the end of our August boat dog cover contest, and we received so many photo submissions, we simply had to celebrate the overwhelming participation. We started featuring boat dogs on our August cover back in 2015. That first year we got a handful of photos and a few more the next year. In 2017 we received nearly 100 photos, and this year, we received over 200. I am always asking myself what unites boaters as a group, and the answer is many things, including a love of the water, the breeze in our hair, sandy anchorages, rafting up with friends and family, and for an overwhelming number of us, boat dogs. A fitting quote came to mind, written by author Robyn Davidson in her book “Tracks.” It goes like this: “It seems to me that the good lord in his infinite wisdom gave us three things to make life bearable—hope, jokes, and dogs. But the greatest of these was dogs.” Growing up, my family had a variety of dogs, and pretty much the only thing Follow us!

##Jordie, ever the loyal first mate, pictured with my younger brother Tyler.

they had in common was that they all loved the water. They say a dog mimics its owners, so it seems our dogs couldn’t help but become boating addicts like us. First there was Jordie, a squat Jack Russell Terrier, who once clawed a hole in our screen door because he feared we would leave on the boat without him. We were simply loading the gear, but we couldn’t tell him that. That dog was a loyal first mate up until the day he passed away. Now there’s Finley, Finn for short, my younger brother’s Australian Shepherd. From a very young age he was jumping off the pier, rubbing his snout in the sand, and riding shotgun on the boat. I would see people paddleboarding with their dogs, and I thought, ‘Finn is an active, water-loving pooch, so this should be a snap.’ Turned out he loved swimming too much to stay on a board, often leading to a soggy dog and a soggy paddler (me). So we gave up on that. But he loves going for boat rides, and much like Jordie, he would break the door down if he thought we were leaving for a cruise without him.

The most recent edition to the family has been Kaia, another Australian Shepherd. Much like her older brother Finn, she took to the water like a river otter. Unlike Finn, she will sit perfectly content on my paddleboard for hours. These days I can’t imagine going boating without a goofy boat dog by my side. And because I’m actually a cat person (shhh), I get all of the benefits of boating with dogs but get to skip out on the downsides, like giving them a bath when we get back to shore. Some people say that the best boats are OPBs (other people’s boats); perhaps the same can be said for OPDs (other people’s dogs). At least for now while I live in my tiny apartment. Thank you again to everyone who sent photos of their boat dogs for our annual contest. Each time a new photo came in it instantly brought a smile to my face. Since summer is really just beginning, now is the time to take summery, sunny photos of your boat dog in time for next year’s contest. Good luck! August 2018 11


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OC Inlet—Do or Don’t?


n response to Eric Burnley’s article “Fishing for Inshore Tuna off the DelMarVa Coast” in the July issue, we received this question on Facebook: “What is it like running the Ocean City inlet? Does it require a high level of experience? If Jupiter, FL, inlet is a worst-case scenario, how does Ocean City compare? Thanks!” Mike Wasicko It may not be quite as bad as Jupiter, but it absolutely does require some familiarity. If you stick with the markers you’ll be just fine depth-wise, but here are two issues that get a lot of people unawares: first off there’s a shoal south of the inlet, maybe a mile out, which often has standing breakers and very shallow water. Second, when the tide and wind are opposed, you will have near-vertical waves forming in the mouth of the inlet, sometimes quite significant ones. It’s always best to follow boats out a few times first to get used to any inlet before running through out of the blue. ~FishTalk editor Lenny Rudow

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want to compliment Tracy Beer not only on the wonderful article regarding the history and restoration of PT 305 in the June issue of PropTalk, but for taking the initiative to save this important piece of World War II naval history. My wife and I had also noticed this distinctive but abandoned hulk while transiting Knapps Narrows some years ago, but thought it was beyond saving. Congratulations Tracy for your contribution to make her live again. Terry Clark Churchton, MD

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s I write this during the final days of a cool, wet June, I know that the hot, humid days of summer will be upon us soon. To help our readers breeze through the dog days of summer, we’ve compiled a Summertime Survival Guide for Bay boaters. Keep these tips in mind to stay safe and cool as you enjoy time on the water. Sun Protection: Whether it’s a lotion, spray, or protective clothing, boaters need to block the sun’s harmful rays. Look for sunscreen that is labeled “broad spectrum,” SPF 30 or higher, and water resistant. For more on sunscreens, check out the American Academy of Dermatology’s advice at For those who don’t want to slather or spray, high-tech fabrics are a great option. We’ve found the high-quality products to be the most comfortable. Well-made items can cover head, neck, ears, arms, and trunk without trapping too much body heat. Follow us!

Don’t forget sunglasses too. Spotting navigational markers will be easier if they’re polarized.

Keep Cool: Stopping by the convenience store to pick up a bag of ice on the way to the marina is second nature for most of us. Ice keeps food fresh, beverages cool, and can cool down the body quickly if a crewmember or guest gets overheated. Outfitting the cockpit area with a bimini will provide shade while underway, and a planned stop at a marina or anchorage during the heat of the day will give everyone a chance to cool off with a swim. Avoid Nettles: Speaking of swimming, there’s no doubt nettles are a nuisance in mid- to late-summer. Nettle Nets provide a protective barrier around swimmers. Anti-jellyfish lotion is another option. Ever tried one? Let us know the results. The sting from these creatures is caused by venom from their tentacles.

There are dozens of home-spun treatments. Scraping them off with a credit card, rinsing with urine, and applying ice come to mind. But experts generally suggest removing tentacles with a tweezers, rinsing with vinegar, and applying heat. And Bugs: Stow bug spray to banish mosquitos and other unwelcome guests at sunset cruises and dockside parties. A combination bug repellent and sunscreen can protect skin with a one-two punch.

Puppy Preparedness: Our readers love their boat dogs, so prepare for their comfort too. Consider installing netting from the grab rails to the deck to help prevent slipping (or jumping) off the boat. Make sure there’s some non-skid surface space for good traction, and devise a response plan for a doggy overboard situation. Also, invest in a dog-specific PFD. Bring dog snacks and plenty of water, and keep a potty mat aboard for emergencies. August 2018 15


Getting Closer to Nature at CBEC


By Cassi Whitehead

hen Courtney Leigh, the adult education and volunteer coordinator at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center (CBEC), drives into work through the neck of the peninsula on Kent Island in Grasonville, MD, that the center is situated on, she finds her mood lifted as she sees the beautiful salt marsh that the driveway runs through. “Every single time I enter the property, there’s wildlife for me to absorb and enjoy.” She says that the physical location of CBEC is one of her favorite parts of her work there. However, there’s much more to CBEC than just a beautiful location. CBEC was originally known as the Wildfowl Trust of North America and was founded in 1979. As it grew, its scope widened from waterfowl and its habitat to all wildlife in and around the Bay. The center was renamed in 2002 to reflect its shift in focus. Its mission is “to promote stewardship and sustainability

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through environmental education and habitat restoration.” CBEC certainly lives up to its mission statement, with lots of opportunities to learn more about the Chesapeake Bay and its wildlife. Leigh says that she particularly enjoys taking visitors into the wild and being able to “physically immerse them in it, whether they’re mucking through a marsh or paddling a kayak for the first time, witnessing the gentle ebb and flow of tides in the salt marsh.” Visitors can go kayaking, follow hiking trails, visit exhibits, and much more. Kayaks can be rented from May to October and can be taken on either guided or self-led tours. All the hiking trails are less than two miles long and range from beach walks to woodland paths to observatory decks. The center fulfills more than just the need for conservation—though it does a great job of that with its wildlife habitats, pollinator gardens, and oyster reefs. Ac-

##Kayaking with a group from CBEC off Kent Island, MD. Photo courtesy of CBEC

cording to Leigh, “It’s a huge need for people to access the water, access a trail, free of charge.” Though CBEC is on private property, it has opened its doors to the public, so they can come in and get closer to nature. Learn more at


Young Boat Docking Rock Stars

et’s face it: docking the boat can be the toughest part of a day on the water. Maybe that’s why boat docking contests draw hordes of spectators. When we saw some recent photos of a few young participants tearing it up on the water, we reached out to one of them. Hayden Wilson is 15 years of age and a rising sophomore at St. Michaels High School, in Talbot County, MD. He competes regularly, including in the Chesapeake Cowboys series. Hayden’s not sure how he got so good at docking, but it’s probably in his genes. His father is a waterman, and Hayden’s been driving a boat since age six. He’s been competing aboard Buck Wild since he and his father built the boat in 2013. Boat docking competitions have been going on for more than half a century. They draw thousands of fans and have become an Eastern Shore family tradition. Most contests offer several divisions, such as true workboat, size of vessel, and the age of the competitors. The Chesapeake

Cowboys have 13 events in their series, and their youth division is open to competitors under 17 years of age. Last summer Hayden worked with his dad, but this year he’s crabbing on his own. And he plans to follow in his fa-

ther’s footsteps as a waterman. If you get a chance, check out a boat docking competition this summer. You’ll be amazed how these docking rock stars back into a slip at speeds that would make the rest of us cringe!

##Hayden Wilson steers and Sidney Hughes throws the lines during the Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce Boat Docking contest. Photo by Dave Ryan/Dorchester Banner

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Improving Water Access in Anne Arundel County

n June 20, we attended the ribbon-cutting for the new soft launch at Homeport Farm Park in Edgewater, MD. This is the only usable public kayak, canoe, and SUP launch on the South River, so it was a big day for water access advocates and paddlers alike.

At the ribbon cutting, we spoke with Lisa Arrasmith who is a member of the Chesapeake Paddlers Association (CPA), as well as the chair of the independent activist Public Water Access Committee in Anne Arundel County. Back in 2009, there were talks of building a new park at the site, and ##Members of the Chesapeake Paddlers Association funds were raised, prepare to launch after the ribbon cutting ceremony. but it would not be until 2014 that Homeport Farm was opened as a rustic park. Arrasmith first got involved around this time. Back in the park’s early days there was an old farm lane, a gravel parking lot, and a grassy path down to the water. Despite its

rusticity, Arrasmith and fellow paddlers could see its potential. In 2015, county executive Steve Schuh began a process of opening and improving sites for future waterfront parks, and Homeport Farm Park was one of the first selected for impriovement under Schuh’s water access initiative. Many groups came together to make this park a success, including the Anne Arundel County Department of Rec and Parks, the Chesapeake Paddlers Association and other recreational paddlers, the South River Federation, communities surrounding the park, and many others. Now when you visit the park you will find an environmentally friendly pervious parking lot, a surfaced access road down to the sandy launch, and portapotties. Learn more at, and find a video of the ribbon cutting at facebook. com/proptalk. Just a few days after the Homeport Farm Park ribbon cutting, a new kayak launch was also opened at Downs Park in Pasadena.

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nly one percent of plastics are recycled, with the rest ending up in landfills and our oceans, resulting in large floating trash gyres. ECOlunchbox’s mission is to help people reduce the use and disposal of plastic food containers by providing non-toxic, plastic-free lunchboxes that are healthy for people and the planet. Founder Sandra Harris started the company with the notion that change can begin at lunchtime. When searching for a waste-free lunchbox for her children, Harris was surprised to find little to no plastic-free options, and thus the company was born. Today, they have sold more than 482,000 lunch boxes which translates to roughly 32 million pounds of trash averted from landfills and the ocean. The results of a study by ECOlunchbox show that a typical family wastes about $450 on throwaway containers and creates thousands of pieces of lunchtime

garbage every year. Investing in reusable lunch containers translates to more money saved in the longterm cost analysis. We recently tested the Blue Water Bento Splash Box and Splash Pod. The Blue Water Bento product line, made of recyclable stainless steel, is designed for the ocean with a water-tight silicone lid design, easy-to-grip corner tabs for opening and closing, and portability. All containers are free of plastic, BPA, and phthalates, are lightweight, and are dishwasher and oven safe. Two Splash Pods are designed to fit inside the Splash Box for space saving. You can also opt for the Blue Water Bento Lunch Bag, which is created through a melding of hand-printed textiles from India with modern design influences. The combination promotes environmental sustainability and supports these artisans and their textile arts.

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EYC Foundation Announces the 2018 Outstanding Marine Wizards


tions in the spring by regional boaters t its biennial Latitude Adjustand votes by a group of industry leaders. ment Party at the Eastport Yacht Club (EYC) to send off Ewers, a rigging specialist who commissions new boats for AYS, says that the Annapolis Bermuda Ocean Race earning the Wizard distinction was “a competitors June 7, the EYC Foundation total surprise.” Ewers describes his work honored the 2018 class of Outstanding Marine Wizards. Congratulations to this year’s class: Austin Angermier of Bay Shore Marine, Tripp Ewers and Matt Weimer of Annapolis Yacht Sales, Michael Johnson of Port Annapolis Marina, and Mark Miller of Ferry Point Marina. ##Marty Lostrom (far left) and Tim Wilbricht (far right) EYC Foundation introduced of EYCF welcome the 2018 class of Outstanding the naming of Wizards in 2008 as Marine Wizards: Tripp Ewers, Michael Johnson, and Matt Weimer. Missing: Austin Angermier and Mark part of its Marine Skills TrainMiller. Photo by Heather Capezio/ PropTalk ing initiative. An Outstanding Marine Wizard is defined as “someone who has outstanding marine as “the end of the production line.” He’ll do anything from adding electronics to skills that every boater wishes he or she working up and down the rig to set up had and offers these skills for hire.” Once new Beneteaus to customer specificanamed, a Wizard remains a Wizard tions and ensure the boats are ready to throughout his/her career. A new class is go sailing. added every two years through nomina-

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he State of Maryland has awarded funding of $22 million to 18 recipients through the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund (Trust Fund) to improve the health of Maryland’s waterways. Many of the projects that will be funded are stream and wetland conservation, but funding will also go toward wetland restoration, innovative stormwater management practices, riparian tree buffer plantings, and more. “The Trust Fund allows the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to collaborate with our sister agencies, local champions, and partners in government and nonprofit organizations to achieve a common goal of cleaner and healthier water,” says DNR Secretary Mark Belton. Two of those partners that Bay boaters may recognize are the Oyster Recovery Partnership and the Eastern Shore riverkeeper group ShoreRivers. Read more at And in other waterway news… A ceremony was held June 21 at Somers Cove Marina in Crisfield, MD, to mark the completion of two major milestones in the Army Corps of Engineers navigation improvement project at Rhodes Point. The first milestone is completion of construction of two jetties to prevent shoaling in the channel and to reduce the need for further dredging. The second milestone is the completion of a stone sill along eroding shoreline south of the mouth of Sheep Pen Gut, to prevent further erosion and contain material dredged. Later this year, as another part of the overall project, a portion of the federal navigation channel in Sheep Pen Gut will be realigned through dredging. Until then, project members encourage boaters to remain vigilant when navigating through this area. “The goal of this project is to prevent further erosion and to provide boaters from the Smith Island towns of Rhodes Point and Tylerton with more direct access to the Chesapeake Bay,” says Col. Ed Chamberlayne, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District commander. Although the main purpose of this project is to improve navigation, the environment will also benefit. Vegetation will be planted on the clean dredge material placed behind the stone sill to help restore, enhance, and protect wetlands, as well as increase shoreline resiliency. Follow us!

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he new Zodiac Open 5.5 RIB made its U.S. debut in Charleston, SC, in June, and we took the opportunity to fly down and test it out on the water. This is the latest RIB from Zodiac-Nautic. The company also produces the N-ZO, Medline, and Pro, among other lines, as well as classic tenders. Zodiac’s Americas plant is based in Summerville, SC, so we also had the chance to tour the facility where some of these boats are produced. One thing that struck us right off the bat: the boating industry is booming in South Carolina. Practically next door to the Zodiac plant is Scout Boats, among others, and all of these manufacturers manage to keep a healthy and even helpful working relationship. While touring the Zodiac facility, being able to see boats in each part of the build process helped to convey the quality and durability of the brand before getting out on the water for sea trials. While cruising along the Ashley River, past the city docks, and around

Fort Sumter, you could really feel the stability and versatility of these RIBs. The Open 5.5 offers a perfectly ergonomic cockpit and an exceptional reinforced deep-V hull, with control and stability even in rough conditions. It was a beautiful, sunny day with calm seas for our trials, but we could create some waves by crisscrossing each other’s wakes, and these boats took everything we threw at them. Even sitting on the bow seat while hitting waves was comfortable; you barely registered the wake. At nearly 18 feet long and eight and a half feet wide, these boats are equipped to hold up to 12 passengers. This number may seem high for a smaller boat, and it would be for a casual cruise, but in a rescue situation, I don’t doubt it could handle it. Max speed is 40 knots. One perception the folks at Zodiac are trying to change is that RIBS can be easily punctured; that if you bring your dog onboard its claws will puncture the tubes. But that is simply not the case. These boats are made of quarter inch

thick laminated PVC with five airtight compartments, separated by waterproof partitions. Because of this, the boat keeps its ability to float and stays conceptually unsinkable when fully loaded, even with a deflated compartment. As mentioned during our factory tour, the Coast Guard, the military, and numerous other agencies wouldn’t take these boats out into the North Atlantic if they couldn’t handle it. “The Open 5.5 fully expresses Zodiac’s DNA. Its versatility makes it a unique concept, matched nowhere else on the market, in line with its new slogan: ‘Keep Exploring’,” said Dominique Heber-Suffrin, CEO of the Zodiac Nautic Group. “With its highly stable hull and tube, the Open 5.5 offers comfort and extralarge cargo storage. Its versatility and performance make this RIB well-suited for a variety of activities, including fishing, diving, water-skiing, and cruising,” said Zodiac Nautic North America president Gary Durnan. “This is a real Swiss-Army knife of a boat.” Thanks to their versatility, rigidhulled inflatables have come to be known as the “4x4 of the sea.” During our trials, each Zodiac was configured slightly

differently, whether for fishing, diving, or family cruising, so we could see the many options available to boat owners. Some features and add-ons include: a removable back rest on the cockpit which can be configured with rod holders, an integrated 14 gallon cooler under the back bench, an extra-large box console with a locking door and capacity for wakeboards or other water toys, optional rear dive platform, T-Top, bow sundeck extension, tow bar, and a premium swim ladder. Regardless of the water activities you plan to do, this boat should be able to accommodate them. Another bit of news: this spring Zodiac Nautic announced the acquisition of Anonym SUP, a renowned designer and manufacturer of stand up paddleboards based in France. The strong

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industrial, technical, and business synergies between the two companies will allow Zodiac to broaden its product catalog and immediately offer innovative SUPs at its dealerships worldwide. There are two options available: the Explorer (MSRP: $859) and the Pocket (MSRP: $759). At 11 feet long, the Explorer is designed for sport paddling or surfing, and due to its longer length, it is very stable for an inflatable board. The Pocket measures in at eight feet, making it good for beginners and SUP yoga. Learn more at en-us and click to zodiac-open-55-boat-review for more photos and a video of our sea trials. #


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Clarks Landing Rendezvous Gather and reunite with other Clarks Landing Yacht Sales boat owners as you spend the weekend at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Marina and Resort, Cambridge, MD. Early bird discount available before May 13. Must RSVP.

Beyond BOW Rockfishing 101 Workshop Learn the basics of catching rockfish on the Chesapeake Bay with Captain Charlie and Captain Doug aboard the Backdraft in Tracys Landing, MD. Learn about strategy, lures, and techniques. Lunch provided on the boat. $125.

CLC Annapolis In-Water Demo Demonstrations are held at Jonas Green Park on the Severn River from 5:30 p.m. to sunset. The events are free, but RSVPs are requested. Chesapeake Light Craft.

CCWBRA Kent Island Regatta Kent Island Yacht Club, Kent Island, MD. Cocktail Class Wooden Boat Racing Association.

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6th Annual Crushin’ Cancer Crab Feast 5 to 11:30 p.m. at The Jetty in Grasonville, MD. Steamed crabs, orange crush bar, cornhole, silent auction, dancing, and more. $65 all you can eat ticket. $85 VIP ticket also includes all you can drink. Presented by The Force 3 Foundation.


Second Annual Monarch Cobia Classic Presented by The Old Dominion University Alumni Association with the Peninsula Saltwater Sport Fisherman’s Association. Two days of fishing, followed by a Dock Party on July 21 with live music. $400 per boat before July 2, $500 after for two days. $50 party tickets.



Mac’s Memorial Goose Harbor Fishing Tournament Goose Harbor Marina teams up with Maryland Special Olympics to offer athletes an exciting fishing opportunity. Donations are welcome to help to provide uniforms, equipment, meals, and transportation for the athletes.


Music on the Nanticoke Free summer concert series. 4 to 7 p.m. on the waterfront in the town of Vienna, MD. Parking, boat ramp, and overnight dockage are all free. Lawn seating. Food available.


Wish a Fish Ocean City At Bahia Marina, Ocean City, MD. Check-in at 12 noon, fishing 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. Cookout to follow at Ocean City Marlin Club. Register: (717) 626-5841.


Maryland Safe Boater Course Presented by the Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Fire Company at their firehouse: 900 Bowleys Quarters Road, Middle River, MD. 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. $35 per student, advance registration required: (410) 8008420. A portion of the proceeds from the class will benefit the Junior Firefighters program.


Lessons From Maritime Accidents CAPCA monthly meeting. Social hour begins at 6:30 p.m. Meeting starts at 7:15 p.m. at the Annapolis Elks Lodge, Edgewater, MD. Open to the public. Speaker Brian Curtis, deputy director of major marine investigations at National Transportation Safety Board.


Tides and Tunes Summer Concert Series 7 p.m. at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Live music by the Eastport Oyster Boys.


JF Marine Summer Classic Fishing

Tournament For rockfish, redfish, speckled trout, and cobia. Held at Anglers Seafood Bar and Grill, Solomons, MD. $200 entry free. Benefits Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation.

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5th Annual Huk Big Fish Classic Talbot Street Pier, Ocean City, MD.


5th Annual Baltimore Kids Catch 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Canton Waterfront Park, Baltimore. Hosted by CCA Baltimore, in partnership with Baltimore City Recreation and Parks. First 50 kids to register will receive a free one year youth membership to CCA.


CBPBA Memorial Poker Run Begin at Mike’s Crab House North, then on to Baltimore Boating Center, Lees Landing in Port Deposit, Jelly Fish Joels in Chestertown, and end at Tolchester Marina. Chesapeake Bay Power Boat Association.


Lighthouse Adventure Cruise with CMM Departing from the Drum Point Lighthouse, the cruise includes Cove Point, Thomas Point, Sandy Point, Bloody Point, and Sharps Island lighthouses. Lunch is on Kent Island. Meet at the Calvert Marine Museum at 7:45 a.m., board a private charter vessel, and return by 5 p.m. $130, pre-registration required: (410) 326-2042 ext. 41.


Live Music at the Shanty Beach Bar Here’s to the Night. 7 to 11 p.m. at the Shanty Beach Bar, Tolchester Marina, Chestertown, MD.


Thunder on the Choptank Choptank River, Cambridge, MD. Kent Narrows Racing Association.


ACA Level 1 Intro To Kayaking Instruction Course 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, Grasonville, MD. Designed for beginner to intermediate kayakers who wish to develop skills of safe, responsible, and enjoyable kayaking. $65 CBEC members (includes equipment), $70 non-members. $20 rental fee.


Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking 1 p.m. Wicomico Yacht Club, Eden, MD.



Annapolis Rotary Club 73rd Annual Crab Feast 5 to 8 p.m. at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. All you can eat and drink, bake sale, cake raffle, and more. Tickets are $65 in advance, $75 at the gate. Free parking. Fundraiser for local charities.


Cape Charles Shuck and Suck Regatta The Oyster Farm at Kings Creek, Cape Charles, VA. Smith Island Crab Skiff Association.


Don Shappelle Live in Concert 7 to 9 p.m. at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, Havre de Grace, MD. Don Shappelle returns to the museum, sharing his wealth of Bay-inspired songs. $15 per person inside the museum’s airconditioned building.

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CBEC Little Bobbers Fishing Derby 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the ponds on-site at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center in Grasonville, MD. Open to children ages 5-12. Free! All children receive a goody bag and lunch.


Downtown Hampton Block Party 6 p.m. Queens Way, Hampton, VA. Live music 7 to 10:30 p.m. by Rumours: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute with The Mullins Sisters.




Historic Sunset Supper Cruise 90-minute sunset cruise aboard the Wm. B. Tennison. 5-7 p.m. departing from the Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons, MD. A museum educator and historian will share fascinating facts about Solomons while guests enjoy appetizers. After the cruise, participants will return to the museum for a short presentation and light supper (BYOB). $50 per person. Call (410) 326-2042 ext. 41 to reserve your spot.


Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking 1 p.m. Oyster Farm Marina, Cape Charles, VA.


Live Music at the Shanty Beach Bar Sons of Pirates. 1 to 5 p.m. at the Shanty Beach Bar, Tolchester Marina, Chestertown, MD.


45th Annual White Marlin Open Ocean City, MD. The world’s largest and richest billfish tournament.

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ACA Level 2 Flatwater Safety and Rescue Course 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, Grasonville, MD. This workshop introduces essential flatwater safety practices and rescue techniques that can be performed with a minimum of equipment, in the first few minutes of an emergency. $65 CBEC members (includes equipment), $70 nonmembers. $20 rental fee.


Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Held in Garrett County, MD (more details to follow). Over 30 different classes offered, including firearm safety and fly fishing, and evening programs like night hikes. Presented by the MD DNR.



CLC Annapolis In-Water Demo Demonstrations are held at Jonas Green Park on the Severn River from 5:30 p.m. to sunset. The events are free, but RSVPs are requested. Chesapeake Light Craft.

Tides and Tunes Summer Concert Series 7 p.m. at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Live music by Pressing Strings (American roots). Free, donations gratefully accepted. Food and drinks available for purchase.

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“A Plastic Ocean” Film Screening 7 to 9 p.m. at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, Havre de Grace, MD. Presented as part of the Environmental Film Series. Free event; discussion after the film is greatly encouraged.


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KIF 13th Annual Youth Fishing Derby 8 a.m. registration, 9-11 a.m. fishing at Romancoke Pier, Kent Island, MD. Prizes and refreshments 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kent Island American Legion #278. Bait is provided; bring your own rods. Age groups: 3-5, 6-10, and 11-16. Presented by Kent Island Fishermen, Inc. and the Kent Island Estates Community Association.

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Lighthouse Adventure Cruise with CMM Visit Point No Point, Point Lookout, and Smith Point Lighthouses before stopping for lunch on Smith Island. After taking in the local sites, the cruise will continue on to circle Solomons Lump and Hooper Island lighthouses. Meet at the Calvert Marine Museum at 7:45 a.m., board a private charter vessel, and return by 5 p.m. $130, pre-registration required: (410) 326-2042 ext. 41.


Upper Bay Art Festival 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Shelter Cove Yacht Basin, North East, MD. Presented by Galahad Marine. Fine art, crafts, local and regional vendors, food trucks, local craft breweries and wineries. Rain date August 12.


Watermen’s Appreciation Day in St. Michaels 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD. Boat docking contest, live music, children’s activities, and more. Steamed crabs available for purchase. Festival entry: $18 for adults, $10 CBMM members and licensed watermen, $8 children 6-17, children 5 and under free. Follow us!

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CCWBRA National Championship Rock Hall Yacht Club, Rock Hall, MD. Cocktail Class Wooden Boat Racing Association.

10th Annual Dream Fields Spanish Mackerel Fishing Tournament Weigh station at Chesapeake Boat Basin in Kilmarnock, VA. Entry fee $175 after July 1. $5400 in cash prizes. Proceeds to benefit Lancaster Co. Little League and Dream Fields.

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Kent Island Regatta Kent Island Yacht Club, Kent Island, MD. Smith Island Crab Skiff Association.


Safe Powerboat Handling This 16-hour hands-on, on-the-water course is for anyone who wants to learn how to safely operate a small motorboat and improve their boathandling skills. Presented by Eastport Yacht Club at EYC in Annapolis. No previous experience required. $310 EYC members, $355 nonmembers.

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Anglers White Perch Open At Podickory Point Yacht Club, Annapolis. Fishing from shore, boat, kayak, or any other location in the Chesapeake Bay is accepted. Anglers will submit five fish, caught the day of the tournament. $40 per angler.


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Rock the Bay Poker Run Presented by Poker Runs America in North East, MD. Help support Ryan’s Hope Charity (fighting childhood brain cancer).


Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking 1 p.m. Mallards Restaurant, Pocomoke, MD.


Live Music at the Shanty Beach Bar Red Dirt Revolution. 1 to 5 p.m. at the Shanty Beach Bar, Tolchester Marina, Chestertown, MD.

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Cleaning Your Boat’s Water System By Captain Art Pine


hat’s the best way to clean your boat’s water tanks and freshwater system? We asked Terry Slattery, a graduate engineer and bluewater cruiser who has done all his own maintenance for years. Here’s what he had to say:

gallons of antifreeze so that it runs through the water heater. The next step is to pump the antifreeze through the whole water system. If there’s a water heater in the system, open the hot-water tap(s) and pump until antifreeze comes out. Do the same with the cold-water taps. Remember to include the shower.

Q. What’s the best procedure to use in making sure that your freshwater system is clean, and when should you tackle this job?

Q. Is there anything you need to do during boating season?

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ter system requires three separate operations: First, flush out your water tanks and plumbing system when you winterize the boat. Go through the same process when you launch the vessel in the spring. Be ready to take steps to keep the system clean if needed anytime during the boating season.

Q. Let’s start with the part you do in winterizing. How do you go about this?

product. Pour the mixture into the water tank, and then fill the tank. Open all the faucets, and pump water through the entire system until you smell the odor of chlorine at all the faucets. Then let it sit for at least four hours. Pump out the system again to flush out most of the sanitizing solution. Fill the tank with fresh water, open all the taps, and pump again to flush out any residual sanitizing solution. Repeat the drain-and-fill procedure until you don’t smell chlorine at any of the taps. When the water has no odor, fill the tanks, and you’re ready to go.

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A. It’s pretty straightforward, but be forewarned: it takes time. Drain the water system completely by opening all the faucets (hot and cold), and pump until the tank(s) are empty. Pour five or six gallons of nontoxic (propylene glycol) antifreeze into the tank. Choose antifreeze with a freeze rating of at least -50 degrees Fahrenheit. If you’re winterizing in an area where temperatures may fall below zero degrees, choose an antifreeze with a -100 degree rating. There will always be some residual water in the system, and that dilutes the antifreeze solution. If there’s a water heater, drain it and isolate it from the rest of the system, or if you can’t isolate it, use one or two extra

Q. How about spring commissioning? What do you need to do to get your water system ready for the boating season?

A. It’s a similar process. First, flush the antifreeze out of the system: fill the tank with clean water, open all the taps (hot and cold), and pump fresh water through the system until the tanks are drained. If you suspect contamination in the tank or water lines, you can sanitize the system with ordinary household bleach (the no-fragrance type). Use an eighth of a cup of bleach for each 10 gallons in the system; add the bleach to a gallon of fresh water and mix the solution. If the boat has aluminum water tanks, you may choose a non-chlorine sanitizing

A. If you trust the water supply at your marina, you probably don’t have to do anything more, but if you’ve hooked up to a questionable water supply there or at another marina, you may want to consider using some sort of water-treatment chemicals. You can buy water-purification tablets or a powder that you can just drop into your tank. If you’re in doubt, you can have your water tested; just collect a sample in a small container, and take it to a waterconditioning facility for testing. They’ll tell you what impurities your water contains and how to deal with them. Q. What about boaters who use onboard watermakers to provide them with water? Do they follow these same procedures?

A. No. If your boat has a watermaker, you’ll have another set of procedures to use in keeping your system clean. Follow the instructions in the watermaker manual. Whatever you do, don’t use chlorine in such cases. It will damage the system. ■

About the Author: Art Pine is a Coast Guard–licensed captain and a longtime powerboater and sailor on the Chesapeake. Follow us! August 2018 29

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Sailfish 245DC Kick Back or Kick Butt By Lenny Rudow


he Sailfish 245DC straddles the line between family fun and serious fishing.

Dual consoles are excellent multipurpose boats, and the Sailfish 245DC is a perfect example why. It has the seating capacity for a dozen people to kick back and chillax, yet it also has the livewell capacity for dozens of live baits to mill around and wait for the ax. You can use it to tow water skis, or you can use it to tow trolling baits. And thrill rides are not a problem, whether you’re running the kids across the Bay for lunch or the buddies to the next hotspot. True, serious anglers won’t get the 360-degree fishablity of a center console, but short of that one trait the 245DC doesn’t miss a beat, fishingwise. The livewell in the corner of the transom holds 25 gallons, is lighted, dogs down tight, and has a clear lid for viewing the baits. The transom sports two flushmount rodholders to complement the pair in the gunwale, and there are four more on the hard top supports. Coaming bolsters line the cockpit. The fishbox in the deck is big enough to stow (almost) any striper, and while most folks will use the bow seating compartments for dry stowage, they are insulated and can be used for fishboxes as well. On the flip side of the coin, yes, you non-fishers may have to put up with ducking under a swinging rod or two and the possibility of a slightly aquatic odor coming from that fishbox. But this

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boat does also carry virtually everything you could want for a day of waterplay. A glimpse at the transom says it all, where those flush rodholders bracket a pop-up ski tow pylon. You’ll also appreciate the Fusion stereo system with four speakers and USB port (you can upgrade it to get a 10-inch subwoofer, a transom remote, an amp, and lighted speakers), the in-deck ski and tow-toy locker, and the 15—count ‘em, 15—strategically placed

cup holders. And yes, of course there’s a head compartment built into the passenger’s side console. Sailfish also offers a few features which might be considered a bit opulent on this boat. You can, for example, order it with misters built into the hardtop. That’s not exactly like outdoor air conditioning, but it comes darn close. You can also order blue underwater transom lighting. Or what the heck,

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go ahead and spec the boat with the Galley Pack, and get a 12-volt refrigerator. A built-in solar house battery charger can even be integrated into the hardtop. Power options range from a single 200- to a single 300-horsepower outboard, in either Yamaha or Mercury flavors. For most of us any of these power choices will do the trick. But, what if you want those thrill rides to be really thrilling? Then, naturally you’ll opt for the maximum power. With a single Yamaha F300 on the transom most efficient cruise comes at around 4000 rpm, where the boat gets a hair over 2.5 miles to the gallon while running at 30 mph. The 245DC will cruise in the mid-30s at around 4500 rpm, while losing a few tenths of a mpg. Nail the throttle, and you’ll see a top-end in the 48-mph range. How’s the ride at these speeds? Sailfish has a rather unique hull design with a deadrise that varies not fore and aft, as is usually the case, but instead from the centerline out. As you move away from the keel and out toward the chine, the V progressively drops in sharpness in three different increments. They’ve been using this design for years, and as anyone who’s been on a Sailfish can attest, the design works well. You need a multipurpose, do-everything boat? The Sailfish 245DC might just be the perfect pick. Just make sure you don’t mix the bait in with the beverages, please. #

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Much More Than a Green (Blue) Building The Fred W. Beazley River Academy By Kendall Osborne


t is the greenest little building in Portsmouth, VA, even though it is blue on the outside. But the Fred W. Beazley River Academy is much more than an environmentally friendly building. It is a visitor center, classroom, storage facility, an example to homeowners, and the centerpiece at the Paradise Creek Nature Park. According to Marjorie Mayfield Jackson, the executive director of the Elizabeth River Project (ERP), it is also a magnet. “It continuously attracts people to the park,” she noted. It was a long time in the making. When the ERP was designing the 40-acre park in Portsmouth, the master plan included an educational facility. The park opened in 2012, but without any such facility. Literally hundreds of school kids visited the park each year, but they had no place to get out of uncooperative weather. Educators had to bring their materials to and from the park each day. There were no audio-visual capabilities, which is a must in today’s high-tech educational environment. The University of Virginia School of Architecture came up with some initial design concepts. From there, a variety of local businesses and individuals stepped in to provide materials, labor, and funding. The largest financial sponsor is the Fred W. Beazley foundation of Portsmouth. It all came together in April 32 August 2018

2018, when the 1400-square-foot building was officially dedicated. The green components start with solar power. The 20 panels generate enough power to run the building year-round. However, there is no capacity to store electricity. When the building generates more power than it is using, it feeds the excess back to the grid. The building also incorporates passive solar features. Specially designed windows and the roof overhang allow the sun’s warmth to enter in the winter, but block the heat rays of August. A concrete floor stays cool in the summer, but absorbs and holds solar warmth in the winter. The windows also allow lots of natural light. The building is oriented to take advantage of the sun and prevailing breezes. The River Academy is water friendly as well. Dual-flush toilets use about half the water of traditional toilets. All outside surfaces are permeable, so water goes into the ground and does not run off into the adjacent wetlands. Cisterns collect water for landscaping. The building is surrounded by native plants that thrive without excess fertilizer or care. The building materials are green as well. The plywood is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council as coming from well-managed forests. “We could have made the building even greener,” advised Mayfield Jackson.

“For example, we could have included electrical storage, so we could be totally off-grid. However, this would have cost considerably more. We also wanted the building to demonstrate technologies that are accessible to homeowners. Our solar electric system is relatively simple and is the same as those that can be used in residences. Our dual-flush toilets are the same. They save water and can be purchased at almost any plumbing supply business. They are not some very exotic and very expensive technology. They are something anyone can add to their house to save water.” The building and park are open to visitors seven days a week. During the summer, the park is open from 6:30 in the morning to 7:30 each evening. Sheriff deputies open and close the gate each day, so don’t overstay! The building entrance is on the north side by a big cistern. It looks more like the back of the building than the front, but just follow the fish painted on the outside walls, as they lead right to the door. The Fred W. Beazley River Academy is a great facility that will teach you about the local environment. It will inspire any homeowner to add some green features to their own home and yard. For directions and more details, go to #

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hanks to a couple of progressive mayors, a resourceful town administrator, visionary businessmen, and a “never say die” community spirit, Southern Maryland’s Leonardtown is a thriving, waterfront county seat, with lots to offer residents and visitors alike. “Leonardtown has always been about the water,” says town administrator Laschelle McKay, and the Leonardtown Wharf is a fitting welcome mat to a community that is the fastest growing town of its size in Maryland.” A river walk and public park welcome visitors to the community’s shoreline, and plans are in the works to build 14 boat slips in a new floating dock configuration, scheduled to be up and running this time next year. For this season, boats drawing less than three feet can tie up at the wharf. Those with deeper drafts can anchor out just offshore in six

to eight feet of water in Breton Bay. Second-term Mayor Dan Burris is enthusiastic about Leonardtown’s future. He and his administration are continuing to implement the vision first enunciated by his predecessor, Mayor Chip Norris. Burris says, “I’ve been fortunate to inherit a vision for the City that was hewn from the hard work of a lot of local people who want the town to succeed. When you walk around town, there’s energy everywhere.”

Full of interesting history Leonardtown’s compact town square is anchored by the county courthouse with its 1876-era jail and circa 1634 canon nearby. The town was founded around 1654. Fifty years later, the mayor of nearby St. Mary’s City, which is Maryland’s colonial capital, designated 50 acres of land at the head

##Leonardtown Wharf. Photo by Craig Ligibel

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of “Brittons Bay” to be divided into 100 lots. He further ordered that one lot be set aside for a county courthouse to be built at an expense not to exceed 12,000 pounds of tobacco. The town had a decidedly Southern allegiance during the War Between the States. A Union Naval contingent occupied the town, searching homes for contraband destined to be smuggled across the Potomac to Southern sympathizers. The area teamed with intrigue, blockade runners, and spies. Locals arrested for disobedience were imprisoned at Point Lookout. When the steamboat line that had anchored the town’s waterfront pulled up stakes in the 1920s, naysayers thought the town couldn’t possibly recover. The ice plant that had been a mainstay of the town shut down sometime later. Then, in the late 1980s when state highway engineers rerouted Route 5 with a new bypass that diverted traffic away from the Leonardtown Square, a number of downtown businesses shuttered, leaving a once-thriving downtown to the mercy of boarded up storefronts and a depressing malaise that permeated the little burg of less than 2000 people. Similar body blows have knocked out a number of small towns across Maryland, but not Leonardtown. The waterfront where the steamboats once docked has been rejuvenated thanks to a $5.5 million public-private initiative that has resulted in the quarter-mile long river walk, public park, tie-up

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See the Bay accommodations for small boats, and a kayak trail that ends at the dock after meandering three miles through a wilderness that starts at the town’s winery.

Where to eat

Today, the meticulously-kept Town Square is a short walk up the hill from Leonardtown Wharf. There you will find a number of eateries, local shops, government buildings, and even the 41-room recently renovated Park Avenue Hotel ( Plenty of good restaurants await you. The Ye Old Towne Cafe serves a mean Rueben, and just down the street you will find the decidedly decadent Heritage Chocolate Company. Around the corner on Fenwick Street is The Social Coffee house, another local favorite for a cup of joe or a light lunch. On your way out of town, the venerable Front Porch Restaurant is reputed to serve some of the best food in the area. For bar food with a flair and local music too, try The Rex, right on the square. And for a little bit of funk, stop in Big Larry’s Comic Book Café. A new Mexican restaurant is opening soon on the square as well. If fresh seafood is more your thing, take an Uber a couple of miles out of town to Kevin’s Corner Kafe. Kevin’s offers carryout platters too, so you

can enjoy some of St. Mary’s finest seafood from the cockpit of your boat. Be sure to call before you go, because hours at Kevin’s are somewhat quirky.

Local Winery

A great spot to spend a lazy afternoon is the town’s winery. Only one of two winery ##Beach volleyball on the co-ops in the country, Leonardtown Square. Photo Port of Leonardtown courtesy Town of Leonardtown Winery sits on the outskirts of town. When the tobacco settlement effectively took Maryland farmers out of the tobacco Activities abound in growing business, Leonardtown saw an Leonardtown during opportunity to put together an incentive package to purchase some land and the summer and fall: build a building which could serve as a • First Fridays on the Square: cornerstone of a unique wine-growing artists, music, and alfresco cooperative. They also fronted the cash dining opportunities galore. to buy the initial batch of wine barrels stainless-steel tanks. Today, more firstfridays than a dozen local farmers plant around 38 acres of grapes, all of which are transported to the winery and turned into a number of award winning wines. The tasting room does a brisk retail business, and the outdoor venue is the perfect place to sample the local vintages under the shade of bright-red umbrellas. (

• Southern Maryland Film Festival, July 13-14. • Leonardtown Concert Series, on-going throughout the summer.

• SMBC Summer regatta, featuring vintage powerboats, July 28-29. • Beach Party, Aug 4. Forty tons of sand transforms the town square. • Taste of St. Mary’s, Leonardtown Square, September 15. • St. Mary’s County Fair, September 20-23. • Antique Tractor & Truck Parade, October 7. ##Port of Leonardtown outside dining and tasting area. Photo by Craig Ligibel

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• St. Mary’s Oyster Festival, October 20-21.


If kayaking is your thing, you can stroll down the lane from the winery to the Patuxent Adventure Center

and arrange a leisurely paddle down the McIntosh Run, where you will end up at the city dock just in time to uncork a bottle of wine. Not a

bad way to spend an afternoon. Be sure to ask about the tides, so as not to become stuck in the muck with a falling tide.

St. Clements Island State Park

##Headed down McIntosh Run. Photo by Craig Ligibel

A side trip to nearby St. Clements Island State Park is also worth a stop. The park preserves the landing site of Maryland’s first colonists, who had sailed from Cowes on the Isle of Wight in England four months earlier. The island can be reached by ferry from nearby Colton’s Point, or you can dock at one of two facilities on the island. The dock on the south side of the island is more convenient to transient boaters.

Boaters Welcome

Mayor Burris invites boaters to come and enjoy everything Leonardtown

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##Classic boats race just off the Leonardtown Wharf . Photo by John Nepini, Southern Maryland Boat Club

has to offer. “Pull up to our wharf. Anchor out. Stroll up the hill or catch an Uber. If you are bringing a group to our waters, give me a call, and we’ll roll out the red carpet,” says Burris. His office number is (301) 475-9791. If you need emergency boat repairs, two nearby facilities can render appro-

priate aid: Combs Creek Marina is the closest to Leonardtown (; a little way down the Potomac is Cather Marine ( One stroll around the town’s meticulously-kept square will show you why Leonardtown is like a cat

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e have compiled a PropTalk and reader-suggested list of some of the best dock bars in Bay Country so that you can make the most of the summer boating season. We’ve sorted the bars alphabetically by Upper (north of the Bay Bridge), Middle (Bay Bridge to Virginia line), and Lower Bay, but we understand that we may have missed a few. Always remember to take along a designated skipper/driver for your adventures, and if we missed your favorite spot, email for inclusion. For links to restaurant websites, as well as an interactive dock bar map, click

UPPER BAY The Beach Bar Curtis Creek 1750 Marley Avenue, Glen Burnie (410) 553-0600 The Boathouse Canton Patapsco River, Baltimore Marine Center’s Lighthouse Point Marina 2809 Boston Street, Baltimore (410) 773-9795 Brewer’s Landing Bar and Grill Back River 801 Woodrow Avenue, Essex (443) 231-5037 Broken Oar Bar and Grill Nabbs Creek, Nabbs Creek Marina 864 Nabbs Creek Road, Glen Burnie (443) 818-9070 Carson’s Creekside Restaurant and Lounge Dark Head Creek 1110 Beech Drive, Middle River (410) 238-0080 Chesapeake Inn Restaurant and Marina Back Creek 605 2nd Street, Chesapeake City (410) 885-2040 The Crazy Tuna Bar and Grille Hopkins Creek 203 Nanticoke Road, Essex (443) 559-9158 Dock of the Bay Miller’s Island 9025 Cuckold Point Road, Sparrows Point (410) 477-8100 Harbor House Restaurant Worton Creek, Worton Creek Marina 23141 Buck Neck Rd, Chestertown (410) 778-0669 Harbor Shack Rock Hall Harbor 20895 Bayside Avenue, Rock Hall (410) 639-9996 Follow us!

Hard Yacht Café Bear Creek, Anchor Bay East Marina 8500 Cove Road, Dundalk (443) 407-0038

Schaefer’s Canal House Back Creek 208 Bank Street, Chesapeake City (410) 885-7200

Island View Waterfront Café Browns Creek 2542 Island View Road, Essex (410) 687-9799

Seahorse Inn Oakleigh Cove 710 Wise Avenue, Dundalk (410) 388-1150

Jellyfish Joel’s Tiki Bar Fairlee Creek, Mears Great Oak Landing Marina, 22170 Great Oak Landing Road, Chestertown (410) 778-2101

The Seasoned Mariner Bear Creek 601 Wise Avenue, Dundalk (443) 242-7190

Lee’s Landing Dock Bar Susquehanna River 600 Rowland Drive, Port Deposit (443) 747-4006 Nauti-Goose Restaurant Northeast River 200 W Cherry Street, North East (410) 287-7880

Signals Caribbean Grille Sassafras River, Skipjack Cove Yachting Resort 150 Skipjack Road, Georgetown (410) 275-1352 Sue Island Grill and Crab House Sue Creek 900 Baltimore Yacht Club Road, Essex (410) 574-0009

Nick’s Fish House Middle Branch Patapsco 2600 Insulator Drive, Baltimore (410) 347-4123

Sunset Cove Frog Mortar Creek 3408 Red Rose Farm Road, Bowleys Quarters (410) 630-2031

Rams Head Dockside Furnace Creek 1702 Furnace Drive, Glen Burnie (410) 590-2280

Shanty Beach Bar Tolchester Marina 21085 Tolchester Beach Road, Chestertown (410) 778-1400

River Watch Restaurant and Marina Hopkins Creek 207 Nanticoke Road, Essex (410) 687-1422

Tidewater Grille Susquehanna River 300 Franklin Street, Havre de Grace (410) 939-3313

Row Boat Willie’s Dock Bar Miller’s Island 9031 Cuckold Point Road, Sparrows Point (410) 477-5137

Tiki Barge Baltimore Patapsco River 500 Harborview Drive, Baltimore (410) 246-6501

Rusty Scupper Restaurant and Bar Baltimore Harbor, Inner Harbor Marina 402 Key Highway, Baltimore (410) 727-3678

Waterman’s Crab House Restaurant and Dock Bar Rock Hall Harbor 21055 W Sharp Street, Rock Hall (410) 639-2261 August 2018 37

DOCK BAR GUIDE (cont.) MIDDLE BAY Abner’s Crab House and Marina Fishing Creek 3748 Harbor Road, Chesapeake Beach (410) 257-3689 Angler’s Seafood Bar & Grill Back Creek 275 Lore Road, Solomons (410) 326-2772 Annie’s Paramount Steak and Seafood House Kent Narrows 500 Kent Narrow Way N, Grasonville (410) 827-7103 Big Mary’s Dock Bar West River, The Inn at Pirate’s Cove 4817 Riverside Drive, Galesville (410) 867-2300 Big Owl Tiki Bar Kent Narrows 3199 Kent Narrow Way S, Grasonville (410) 827-6523 Blue Point Provision Company Choptank River, Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay 100 Heron Blvd, Cambridge (410) 901-6410 Boardwalk Café Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa 4003 Carousel Way, Chesapeake Beach (410) 257-2735 The Boathouse at Anchored Inn Rockhold Creek, Hidden Harbour Marina 604 Cabana Blvd., Deale (410) 867-9668 Cantler’s Riverside Inn Mill Creek 458 Forest Beach Road, Annapolis (410) 757-1311 Capsize OXMD Town Creek 314 Tilghman Street, Oxford (410) 226-5900 Capt. Tyler’s Crab House Somers Cove 923 Spruce Street, Crisfield (410) 968-1131 Charles Street Brasserie Back Creek 120 Charles Street, Solomons (443) 404-5332 Cheshire Crab Restaurant Bodkin Creek, Pleasure Cove Marina 1701 Poplar Ridge Road, Pasadena (410) 360-2220 Courtney’s Seafood Restaurant Smith Creek 48290 Wynne Road, Ridge (301) 872-4403 The Crab Claw Restaurant Miles River 304 Mill Street, St. Michaels (410) 745-2900

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Deep Creek Restaurant and Marina Deep Creek 1050 Deep Creek Avenue, Arnold (410) 757-4045

Kentmorr Restaurant and Crab House Kentmorr Marina 910 Kentmorr Road, Stevensville (410) 643-2263

Dockside Restaurant and Sports Bar Rockhold Creek 421 Deale Road, Tracys Landing (410) 867-1138

Ketch 22 Herrington Harbour South 7153 Lake Shore Drive, North Beach, MD (443) 646-5205

Dockside Restaurant and Tiki Bar Monroe Creek 1787 Castlewood Drive, Colonial Beach, VA (804) 224-8726

The Lighthouse Restaurant and Dock Bar Back Creek 14636 Solomons Island Road S, Solomons (410) 231-2256

Drift Inn Crab House Patuxent River 41310 Riverview Road, Mechanicsville (301) 884-3470

Madigan’s Waterfront Occoquan River 201 Mill Street, Occoquan, VA (703) 494-6373

Fisherman’s Inn Kent Narrows, Fisherman’s Marina 3116 Main Street, Grasonville (410) 827-8807

Mike’s Crab House South River 3030 Riva Road, Riva (410) 956-2784

Fitzies Marina Restaurant and Pub Breton Bay 21540 Joe Hazel Road, Leonardtown (301) 475-1913

Mike’s Crab House North Rock Creek, White Rocks Marina 1402 Colony Road, Pasadena (410) 255-7946

Foxy’s Harbor Grille Miles River 125 Mulberry Street, St. Michaels (410) 745-4340

Morris Point Restaurant Saint Clements Bay 38869 Morris Point Road, Abell, MD (301) 769-2500

Happy Harbor Restaurant Rockhold Creek 533 Deale Road, Deale (410) 867-0949

Palm Beach Willies Floating Dock Bar and Grill Slaughter Creek 638 Taylors Island Road, Taylors Island (410) 221-5111

Harris Crab House Kent Narrows 433 Kent Narrow Way N, Grasonville (410) 827-9500 Hemingway’s Restaurant Bay Bridge Marina 357 Pier 1 Road, Stevensville (410) 604-0999 Hidden Harbour Café Back Creek 14755 Dowell Road, Dowell (410) 326-1100 The Island Hideaway Back Creek 14556 Solomons Island Road S, Solomons (410) 449-6382 The Jetty Restaurant and Dock Bar Wells Cove 201 Wells Cove Road, Grasonville (410) 827-4959

The Pier Restaurant and River Bar Patuxent River 14575 Solomons Island Road S, Solomons (410) 449-8406 The Pier Oyster Bar and Grill South River 48 South River Road S, Edgewater (443) 837-6057 Pirate’s Cove Restaurant West River, Pirates Cove Marina 4817 Riverside Drive, Galesville (410) 867-2300 The Point Crab House and Grill Mill Creek, Ferry Point Marina 700 Mill Creek Road, Arnold (410) 544-5448

Portside Seafood Restaurant Cambridge Creek 201 Trenton St., Cambridge, MD (410) 228-9007

Sea Breeze Restaurant and Crab House Patuxent River 27130 S Sandgates Road, Mechanicsville (301) 373-5217

Suicide Bridge Restaurant Cabin Creek 6304 Suicide Bridge Road, Hurlock, MD (410) 943-4689

Pusser’s Caribbean Grille Ego Alley 80 Compromise Street, Annapolis (410) 626-0004

Skipper’s Pier Restaurant and Dock Bar Rockhold Creek 6158 Drum Point Road, Deale (410) 867-7110

Red Eye’s Dock Bar Kent Narrows, Mears Point Marina 428 Kent Narrow Way N, Grasonville (410) 827-3937

Snappers Waterfront Café Cambridge Creek 112 Commerce Street, Cambridge (410) 228-0112

Sunset Cove Waterfront Restaurant and Snorkel’s Bar Smith Creek 16244 Millers Wharf Road, Ridge (301) 872-5020

Reluctant Navigator Restaurant Herring Creek, Tall Timbers Marina 18521 Herring Creek Road, Tall Timbers (301) 994-1508

St. Michaels Crab and Steak House Miles River 305 Mulberry Street, St. Michaels (410) 745-3737

Riverside Bistro Carthagena Creek, Dennis Point Marina 46555 Dennis Point Way, Drayden (301) 994-2233

Stoney’s Kingfishers Seafood Bar and Grill Back Creek 14442 Solomons Island Road S, Solomons (410) 394-0236

Ruddy Duck Seafood and Ale House St. Mary’s River 16810 Piney Point Road, Piney Point (301) 994-9944 Sam’s on the Waterfront Severn River, Chesapeake Harbour Marina 2020 Chesapeake Harbour Drive E, Annapolis (410) 263-3600 Sandgates Inn Restaurant and Crab House Patuxent River 27525 N Sandgates Road, Mechanicsville (301) 373-5100

Stoney’s Seafood House at Broomes Island Island Creek 3939 Oyster House Road, Broomes Island (410) 586-1888 Stoney’s Seafood House at Clarke’s Landing Cuckold Creek 24580 Clarke’s Landing Lane, Hollywood (301) 373-3986

Tim’s II at Fairview Restaurant and Crabhouse Potomac River 5411 Pavilion Drive, King George, VA (540) 775-7500 Tim’s Restaurant and Crabhouse Potomac River, Coles Point Marina 190 Plantation Drive, Hague, VA (804) 472-4011 Tim’s Rivershore Restaurant and Crabhouse Potomac River 1510 Cherry Hill Road, Dumfries, VA (703) 441-1375 Thursday’s Steak and Crabhouse West River 4851 Riverside Drive, Galesville (410) 867-7200 Vera’s White Sands Beach Club Restaurant and Marina St. Leonard Creek, 1200 White Sands Drive, Lusby (410) 586-1182

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DOCK BAR GUIDE (cont.) The Wharf Ferry Cove, Lowes Wharf Marina 21651 Lowes Wharf Road, Sherwood (410) 745-6684

LOWER BAY Capt. E’s Hurricane Grill and Tiki Bar Starling Creek 9104 Starling Creek Road, Saxis (757) 854-0807 Chicks Oyster Bar Wolfsnare Creek 2143 Vista Circle, Virginia Beach (757) 481-5757 Cutty Sark Marina Restaurant Little Creek 4707 Pretty Lake Avenue, Norfolk (757) 362-2942 Dockside Seafood and Fishing Center Wolfsnare Creek 3311 Shore Drive, Virginia Beach (757) 481-4545 Lead Bellys Restaurant Cockrell Creek, Fairport Marina 253 Polly Cove Road, Reedville (804) 453-5002

Mallards at the Wharf South Branch Onancock Creek 2 Market Street, Onancock (757) 787-8558

The Shanty 33 Marina Rd., Cape Charles, VA (757) 695-3853 Surf Rider Blue Water Sunset Creek 1 Marina Road, Hampton (757) 723-9366

Marker 12 Pop-Up Bar Mile Marker 12 on the ICW, Atlantic Yacht Basin 2615 Basin Road, Chesapeake (757) 296-3404 One Fish Two Fish Wolfsnare Creek, Long Bay Pointe Marina 2109 W Great Neck Road #102, Virginia Beach (757) 496-4350 The Oyster Farm at Kings Creek Kings Creek, Oyster Farm Marina 500 Marina Village Circle, Cape Charles (757) 331-8660 Restaurant at Smithfield Station Pagan River, Smithfield Station Marina 415 S Church Street, Smithfield (757) 357-7700 Rudee’s Restaurant and Cabana Bar Lake Rudee 227 Mediterranean Avenue, Virginia Beach (757) 425-1777

Surf Rider Marina Shores Long Creek 2100 Marina Shores Drive, Virginia Beach (757) 481-5646 Surf Rider Poquoson White House Cove 105 Rens Road, Poquoson (757) 868-0080 The Tides Inn Carters Creek, The Tides Inn Marina 480 King Carter Drive, Irvington (844) 244-9486 Tommy’s Restaurant Crockrell Creek 729 Main Street, Reedville (804) 453-4666 Windows on the Water Café Myer Creek, Yankee Point Marina 1303 Oak Hill Road, Lancaster (804) 462-7635

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The Dog Days of Summer

few years ago we started the Dog Days of Summer August Cover Contest, and each year the contest has grown significantly. This year alone we received over 200 entries! It was so hard to pick just one winner so we wanted to celebrate some of our favorite submissions. Our winning dog is Dany, a one and a half year old female German/Australian Shepherd Mix. The photo was taken by Aaron Panzer on Bird River in eastern Baltimore County. Coming in second place was Remi, followed by Lucy the mini goldendoodle. Thank you to everyone who participated!

##Remi. Photo by Scott and Cathy Burrier

##Reagan. Photo by Melissa Lynch

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##Lacy. Photo by Gina Warnsmann

##Lucy. Photo by Lisa Mister

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##Aurelia. Photo by Mike Abbate

##Piper. Photo by Brian Dalgliesh

##Lucy. Photo by Marci Witison

##Jenna and Gilligan. Photo by Tom and Kathy Curry

##Bodie. Photo by Alan Dennison

##Bandit. Photo by Aimee Russell

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##Teddy. Photo by Patrick and Olivia Malkus

##Kaira. Photo by Kelly Dreher

##Baylee. Photo by Michael Serfass

##Drake. Photo by PropTalk customer service manager Brooke King

##Vinnie. Photo by Genny Cook

##Mikey. Photo by Joann Galarza Vega

##Haley. Photo by Debra Hoefert

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Annapolis Sail and Power Squadron

ach spring and summer, Annapolis Sail and Power Squadron (ASPS) volunteers support the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Vessel Safety Check (VSC) program by sponsoring weekend events at various marinas, and also by individually responding to VSC requests that are made through the USCG website. One of ASPS’s successful marina VSC events was held in May at the Herrington Harbor North Swap Sale. The current ASPS commander, Tony Martin, and certified examiners Gary Antonides and John Nash were on hand along with other ASPS examiners to provide this invaluable service. A VSC is free and ensures that your boat meets the minimum standards set by the USCG and recognized by the Maryland DNR. You can request one any time by searching for USCG vessel safety check on your web browser, or going directly to

##ASPS commoodore Tony Martin and certified VSC examiners Gary Antonides and John Nash.

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##ASPS education officer Mike Maszczenski teaches flare gun safety.

On that same May weekend other members of the ASPS were sponsoring a Flare Shoot on Kent Island to provide an opportunity to practice shooting a flare. It sounds easy, but there is a bit more to it, when shooting a flare safely. ASPS education officer Mike Maszczenski provided instruction on how to properly use a flare gun and then provided each participant an opportunity

to experience it. The intent was to make sure boaters are comfortable with how to properly summon help before they really need it. Annapolis Sail and Power Squadron (ASPS) is an affiliate of the U.S. Power Squadrons, which has more than 350 squadrons and 35,000-plus members across the United States. Their tagline is, “For Boaters, By Boaters.” A major focus of the Annapolis squadron is boater education and safety. Upcoming activities of the local ASPS include a weekend rendezvous at Brewer Oxford Marina, a celestial navigation rendezvous in Rock Hall, MD, and a raftup in Lake Ogleton. Interested in joining ASPS? For further information about this active local boating group and a full calendar of events visit If you live on the Eastern Shore, or north or south of Annapolis, a number of squadrons are on the Bay (such as Kent Narrows, Cambridge, Patuxent River). Visit the national U.S. Power Squadron website to find a group near you:

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##Surprise at anchor on Corrotoman River.


he Chesapeake Grand Banks Owners Association (CBGBOA) cruised Balls Creek (Great Wicomico), Deltaville, Corrotoman, and Urbanna June 1 to 7. We really must hand it to Ron and Micki Pugh. They put on a perfect opening cruise for our 2018 season. It started out with a barbeque at their home on Balls Creek, then they smoothly modified the schedule as storms traversed the area. We all had great times in Deltaville, the Corrotoman, and Urbanna. While the Pugh’s beautiful home was most delightful, all the men agree that the outstanding feature was riding the elevator down to Ron’s HO model railroad setup and then playing with the trains. We all wonder how we can do that at our homes!

We spent two nights at Doziers while the storms went through (it rained buckets all night). Monday was perfect as we anchored in the Corrotoman in peace and quiet. Then, it was off to Urbanna and exploring this colonial port city. Attendees included: Slow Dance with Micki and Ron Pugh, Onward with Ginny and Jim Batistick, Water Lilly with Maria Brown, Dragonfly


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Water Ski Clinics For All Skill Levels

he Upper Chesapeake Ski Club (UCSC), formed in 1961 by competition skiers who congregated nightly for practice, is still going strong after more than half a century. Scott Traver, a member of one of the families that began the club, says, “They were just a group of skiers interested in waterskiing together. Then in 1963 they purchased a piece of waterfront property located in the Locust Point neighborhood of Elkton, MD, up at the head of the Bay, just about as far up the Chesapeake as you can go.” Traver, who has served several terms as president of the club, says, “From the 1970s until the early 2000s, our club’s competitors excelled at a high level in competitions and shows. Many of our skiers became state, regional, and even world record holders, and from the 1980s to the early 2000s, we performed in water ski festivals and shows, includ-

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ing the opening of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.” Today UCSC is a family-oriented club dedicated to promoting the sport of waterskiing. Club members enjoy getting out on the water to improve their skills, and they also run summer clinics for skiers of all ages and abilities. Membership is about 35 skiers from 15 families. They continue to maintain the original waterfront property, which includes a two-bedroom cottage, picnic area, and screened-in porch, as well as the dock and boat slips. Just offshore are the club’s competition slalom course and ski jump on the Elk River. “Most of the competitive waterskiing has moved to private lakes now,” says Traver, “but we still like to get out and ski together. We also offer three or four family-oriented, boating-safety ski clinics each summer. Skiers of all ages and abilities are welcome. We’ve taught skiers from age two to 72.” Many come as part of a group, such as scout

troops. Several come back each year, including a club from Drexel University. In addition to basic water skiing, UCSC clinics focus on wakeboard, slalom, tricks, and jumps.

“We’ve been doing this for many, many years,” says Traver. “We can get almost anyone up on skis. We have special equipment to teach beginners, including barefoot booms that allow the skier to hold a pole near the boat driver, instead of a tow rope behind the boat. This gives the beginner a solid point to hold onto and allows him to talk easily to the boat driver. For more advanced skiers we focus on tricks and technique. The club also supplies the correct ski ropes and PFDs for all shapes and body sizes.” The cost is $30 per skier for a three-hour clinic. The next clinic will be held on Saturday, August 25. More information can be found at Cottage rentals are available at

Vintage Boats in Action By Jim Berry


so many years ago. In fact, this location ell vintage race boat fans, it is was one of the drivers’ favorites. that time of year again: come and join the Southern MarySpectators will be treated to speeds beginning around 60-mph for the land Boat Club at Historic Leonardtown smaller classes, steadily climbing to 90Wharf Park in Leonardtown. This year’s event will occur July 28 and 29. Both ##Raymond Bair in the Texaco boat and Bill Edwards running with days will feature beautifully him in the blue boat in June of this year, are veterans of the and painstakingly restored SMBC in its prime and past national champions from the 1970s. vintage boats ranging from the late 60s through the late 80s. All of the participants will be running vintageracing-type outboards from all the manufacturers of the day. Horsepower on these speedsters starts at 60-hp and goes up to over 300-hp. You can see, feel, and hear the power of some of mph. Many boats are capable of much the retired authentic race boats as they more speed but are not allowed due to traverse a one-mile oval course just like insurance regulations on this course. The the one utilized during the heyday of hulls are lightweight V- bottom and air the American Power Boat Association entrapment (tunnel) type. sanctioned races in Southern Maryland

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A special type of hull will be in attendance as well: several Switzer Wings with dual factory racing engines on the stern. They are always a crowd favorite, as they are some of the loudest on the course. All boat entries will be on the water twice a day as we repeat the heats throughout the day. We will be running the exhibition heats from approximately 9 a.m. through 4 p.m. During lunch and after the heats are completed for the day, pit passes will be available to get up close and personal with the boats, crews, and drivers. Commemorative programs will be for sale, along with several local food providers, beverages, and an ice cream truck. Bring a comfortable chair and spend some time with us at a very picturesque spot on Breton Bay.


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A Delivery from Virginia to Albany Every Kind of Water, Every Kind of Weather ##The banks of the C&D Canal at Chesapeake City. Photo by Craig Ligibel

##The crew departed from Deltaville, VA (shown at bottom) on the Rappahannock. Image by NOAA

##Farewell, Cape May.


magine a boat trip of less than 400 miles that includes five states and most every kind of water to be found on the U.S. East Coast: ocean, bay, river, creek, and canal, salt and fresh. That was our experience in May when Captain Bill Madison and I delivered a 31-foot Mainship (1994) from tidewater Virginia to Albany, NY, for a fishing enthusiast who had just purchased her. The beginning of an inland trip Because the Mainship 31 is a relatively small motorboat, this was going to be mostly an inland trip up the Chesapeake, through the Delaware and Chesapeake (D&C) Canal, down the Delaware, outside the New Jersey coast, up into New York Bay and the Hudson River, and up the river to Albany. The sticky part would be the journey up the outside of the New Jersey coast, where the weather can be rough. There are not enough places to duck in in bad weather, especially in May, an unsettled time of year. At the same time, the Chesapeake can be rough, so can lower Delaware Bay and certainly New York Bay; so, we knew that we were going to have to time the various legs of the trip to suit the prevailing weather forecast. Quite early on, Bill and I discovered a few things about this 23-year old boat 48 August 2018

By Capt. Mike Martel that pleased us that someone else had bought her. “Would you want to own this boat?” is a commonplace question among delivery captains. “I wouldn’t want this thing even if it were given to me,” Bill sputtered a few times during the trip. Why? The boat was essentially a fiberglass wedge driven through the water by two gas-guzzling 350s and could not be comfortable in anything more than a four-inch sea. Any chop higher than a half a foot and she shuddered, slapped, and rattled, especially at her top speed of about 15 knots. She couldn’t pass much on the water beyond a cruising sailboat and certainly never a fuel dock. Her twin gas tanks held 100 gallons of pricey marine gas each, and those 200 gallons, traveling at cruising speed, would get us 108 nautical miles, the last eight being on fumes, as Bill said. That limited our daily range to about 100 miles before we needed fuel. Also, it meant that we couldn’t do the Jersey coast in one shot, between Cape May and Sandy Hook; somewhere along the way, we would need to stop for fuel, such as ducking into Barnegat, and waste precious time. We might even end up having to stay over in Barnegat or Manasquan, depending on how much time the refueling cost us. Our boat was a slow gas hog, costing nearly $400 USD per fill-up.

It was also the first boat of its size that I have ever known to be fitted with what I might term a ‘Demitasse’ holding tank, that had no overboard release option and thus needed a marina pump-out every 30 hours, on average, with just the two of us to fill it. Unlike ocean deliveries to Bermuda and the Caribbean that I’ve done, where you’re sailing 24/7, on an inland trip, you must stop every night. Night-time navigation on inland waterways is risky, and besides, after 6 p.m., there’s no one around on the docks to pump gas; so we docked her, gassed her, plugged in the shore power cables, went ashore to eat, and slept on the boat. Captain Bill has done this route back and forth many times, and apart from the upper Hudson (where neither of us had ventured before), he knew all the marinas and stop-off places where a night on quiet water could be found. This was a tremendous advantage, and I used it to seek out local pubs and seafood in the evening. Fixing, fueling, and food We got a late start on the first day out of Deltaville due to things that needed fixing and supplies brought aboard. The boat was bare of everything except for flares and fire extinguishers. At the day’s end

we stopped at Solomons Island. Fueling up was tough; there was a strict fueling protocol recently instituted by the marina, probably because an old wooden gas boat had blown up at the dock a week earlier and burned to the waterline (nobody hurt). The partially melted, sooty gas pump still stood uncovered on the dock like a weird tragic trophy. After the fueling dance and then tie-up, I discovered the adjacent Blue Fish Bar where I enjoyed their signature specialty, crabmeat-stuffed potato skins. They were a first for me; I confess to a passion for crab, and I was in the heart of crab country. In the morning, in sleepy Solomons, there was not a cup of coffee to be had at any price within walking distance. The town was asleep. Underway again, the morning and afternoon passed by; near the end of the day we had traveled through what I felt was the most beautiful part of the Chesapeake, the upper end near the entrance to the C&D Canal. I noted that the green, wooded shores were much closer; the glassy waters in late afternoon had a different, sweet scent, tantalizing, the mingling of fresh and brackish waters. It felt like camping somewhere on a northern lake. The countryside was pretty, not heavily developed. I longed to come back and explore the Sassafras, Elk, and Bohemia rivers in a small boat someday. Once into the canal, we stopped and refueled at Schaefer’s Canal House near

Chesapeake City. A large, attractive waterfront restaurant beckoned. Bill would have none of it. “Fancy place, expensive,” he growled. But we had not eaten all day, and as we pulled away from the dock, I had a sense ##Shops in downtown Solomons, MD. Photo by PropTalk of foreboding (and hunger) in the pit of my stomach. We ended up the coast, we had to moor the boat at at a marina over the border in Delaware South Jersey Marina in Cape May for where there were no services or stores for nearly a week and rent a car to drive miles. The docks were rotting, and big, home. This caused the boat owner much black, baleful turkey vultures, ubiquitous grief, as he had a virtual cost-meter in Delaware, stood gloomily about on running in his head, but there was the dock railings, staring at us dispasnothing we could do. Other boats were sionately as though they were waiting for also stuck at the marina for days; until us to die of starvation. I made a dinner of the weather broke, nobody was going a bag of stale pita chips. anywhere on the outside. But SJM is a great place, and they took kind care of us Steep seas and strong winds with such comforts as a laundry room, The next gray morning found us emergclean showers, and bathrooms, a little ing in Delaware Bay in calm seas, but as restaurant, and a well-stocked ship’s we passed dark, rocky, forbidding Ship store. Dockmaster Chris Booth and his John Shoal on our way south, I began team watched over the boat while we to feel that something wasn’t right, were away waiting for the return of good even though we were making great time weather. running downstream with the current. Since I hadn’t eaten a solid dinner Within a half hour the wind came up, since Deltaville, on the evening of our unpredicted, out of the east and northarrival, I trotted over to the beloved east, and we were battling steep six-foot Lobster House restaurant for a dinner of seas at short intervals and strong winds, Cape May ‘salts,’ local oysters on the half taking a terrible pounding as we clawed shell and sautéed soft shell crabs. our way across shallow lower Delaware

##Passing Atlantic City.

Bay toward the mouth of the Cape May canal. We made it, but we took a bruising. Unknown to us, the forward hatch seal was broken, and water over the bow came in to soak mattresses and bedding in the forward cabin, and even through a broken port into Bill’s cabin, soaking the top bunk. Luckily for him, he slept in the bottom bunk. With our weather window gone and a nor’easter building off

Feast and famine When we returned days later to finish the voyage, we had chosen our weatherdays carefully, and we set out on a bright blue morning, up the Jersey coast, past Atlantic City, arriving by late afternoon into Barnegat, just as the weather was turning cold and nasty out of the east again. We ducked in to moor and refueled at The Lighthouse Marina, finding ourselves in the comfortable and reassuring company of commercial fishermen all around, and prudently decided to stay the night. The little village, off-season, was empty and desolate, but once again, trusting to my native instincts, I found an excellent tavern near the Coast Guard

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Cruising station, a lively place named Kubel’s. Warm, wood-paneled, friendly, with plenty to eat and drink and a huge stone fireplace, I could have easily dropped anchor there for a good spell and curled up in a corner like a cat. The rambling building stood out like an island in the middle of cold, windy, empty Barnegat, a lighthouse of sorts of its own. Due to our hectic schedule and variability in the places that we stayed, we seemed to alternate between feast and famine. The times when I had the opportunity to enjoy oysters and crabs at the Lobster House were offset by mornings when, at a marina of some Delaware or Hudson canal or dock with no facilities about, we had Folger’s coffee teabags, zapped in the microwave in a foam cup, and no real food. On the Hudson, Captain Bill ate the rest of a big block of cornbread that he had brought on the initial trip. He had left it in a locker during our week hiatus, and resumed eating once we returned to Cape May, as there was no evidence of mold on it. And in all truth, although the contract with the boat owner makes provision for grub on the trip, I considered this limited to simple sustenance and necessities. When I treat myself to oysters and specialties in port, I pay for that out of my own pocket, as a point of honor, because I can have what I want with a clear conscience. Lying at the pier in Barnegat, I slept like a sailor; that is, never fully asleep and past the point of even slight awareness. Bill told me later that he did the same, for all night the wind blew fitfully out of the east, a place from where it was not supposed to be coming from, and a bad direction for a trip

##The beauty of the Hudson.

up the coast. We knew it; I heard it sigh around the boat in my sleep, coming in off the cold Atlantic, and in my subconscious mind I worried. It was not blowing hard yet, just constantly, so at first light, Bill was up, firing up the engines. “No time for the coffeeshop this morning,” he said, as I rubbed my eyes. “Let’s get out of here.” I cast off and stowed the lines. We rounded the lighthouse at sunrise and nosed out into the choppy channel between the jetties, the water steel blue under early morning skies, ready for a rough ride, travelling on empty stomachs.

Up the Hudson into a different world We ran hard, on full fuel tanks, and as we rounded Sandy Hook and headed towards the New York skyline, the wind surprisingly began to moderate until it was nearly calm. Up under the bridges we went, ##The convergence of the Elk and Bohemia Rivers and past Lady Liberty, the entrance to the C&D Canal. Image by NOAA past tall Manhattan, and past ships and ferries. The sun came out. We passed Weehawken, where Hamilton took his fatal pistolball from Burr; finally stopping for fuel and the generous gift of coffee at a tiny marina north of the George Washington Bridge.

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Our remaining trip up the Hudson to Albany took another day and was uneventful. It was cold, but picturesque, with the Palisades towering to port and green mountains on either side as we zoomed north toward the Catskills. It was a whole different world from the Atlantic and the Jersey coast. Best of all, we were on smooth water, something I welcomed at long last. The boat rode smoothly and comfortably now. The high point of this part of the trip was our fuel stop in the village of Kingston, NY, a quarter mile or so up Rondout Creek. A grand old brick lighthouse marks the entrance to the creek, and the village, complete with restaurants, a museum, pubs, and a pretty waterfront with classic boats, is apparently a favorite of “Loopers,” folks who spend a couple of years cruising the inland waterway ‘Loop’ and taking their time about it. This two-day trip up the river was incredibly different from the saltwater part of the voyage, and I began to think of what a neat thing it might be to travel that loop myself someday in a shoal-draft motorsailer! ■ About the Author: Capt. Mike Martel holds a 100-ton Master’s license and is a lifelong boating and marine industry enthusiast, ex-US Coast Guard seaman, and boat owner with extensive offshore experience. He has teamed up with Capt. Bill Madison and other friends and crew to form

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Human-Powered Boating on the Bay By Chris “Seabuddy” Brown


he Annapolis Irish Rowing Club offers a human-powered way to have fun on the Bay. It welcomes both male and female rowers, and the key requirements are having fun and a competitive spirit. Two, three, or four rowers make these boats scoot! There are many rowing clubs dedicated to promoting the nautical heritage of Ireland through racing. The eight clubs across the U.S. formed a league called the North American Currach Association (NACA). This rowing racer class boat has its origins in Ireland. Call it a Currach. Designed for racing on choppy water, the hull is narrower than a boat used for commercial purposes. The boat in the photo shown here has a beam of 42 inches and


process over again. The oars do not dig deep into the water; instead they skim just below the surface. This way, an oar won’t get caught in the water when a wave hits, thus disrupting the rhythm of the rowers.” The oars are also different: The paddle blades are cut down (narrowed) to facilitate this skimming style of rowing. Irish influence is also evident in the design of the oar locks and how the oars are held to the hull. The photo on this page shows a practice section of the Annapolis Irish Rowing Club I observed in Annapolis Harbor off the Eastport Bridge.

A Great Woody for Smiles

ant to put a smile on your face? Go for a ride on this boat with Carmen DeLeo. Carmen is always smiling from ear to ear when he’s around boats and boaters. His waterside manner is infectious, as he often entertains others on the floats and bulkheads where the boats are tied. This photo shows Carmen driving his beloved No Way. This runabout was the

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is 25 feet long. It is a wood-framed craft covered in canvas. That canvas is then covered with about eight coats of paint to make the craft waterproof. This boat is raced as two, three, or four-up in regattas. Regattas have eight to 10 races in a given meet. Much celebration is said to follow each regatta! According to the Annapolis Irish Rowing Club’s website “rowing a currach is a different experience than rowing a shell or any other row boat. A currach seat is stationary. Rowers start the pull leaning forward and ‘snap’ their upper bodies back, keeping their arms straight until the last possible moment. Rowers sit up, push the oars forward, and begin the

second of these boats built in the 1964 series production run. In fact, Chris-Craft only made eight more of these 20-foot ski boats that model year. In prior years this boat style was quite popular, leading to a total of over 500 units of this 20-foot long ski boat being produced during the 1960s. The runabout and ski boat businesses were big in the 1960s. Century and Chris-Craft were the kings of production runabouts. Chris-Craft made more than 2500 ski boats and runabouts in various sizes from 16 to 21 feet in length during this time. No Way is a mahogany wood utility that is double-planked on her boat bottom and batten-seamed, single-planked on her hull sides. All is brightfinished with canvas

accents. Although the engine box lid is a fiberglass accent, her engine box sides are wooden. Chris-Craft decided that the styling and lines of this ski boat would sell well in European markets, so it was one of the few wood designs that Chris-Craft duplicated in its 14,385 square foot plant in Fiumicino, Italy, at the same time that this model was being built in the United States. No Way is powered by a Chris-Craft Chevrolet V-8 with a direct drive propeller shaft that drives a three-blade prop followed by a separate rudder. This is a traditional inboard set-up with the mounted engine at the center of the cockpit, plus seating in front of it and a full-width bench seat at the stern. Woodies make for great family fun for many folks and are great for water sports as well as cruising. Have some fun in your life. Befriend Carmen. And go boating with him on No Way. # August 2018 51

##Photo by Craig Ligibel

##Photo by Craig Ligibel

Antique and Classic Boat Festival and Arts at Navy Point


June 15-18

he weather gods smiled upon the annual Antique and Classic Boat Festival and Arts at Navy Point Father’s Day weekend on the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum campus in St. Michaels, MD. Under blue skies in comfortable temperatures, visitors of all ages enjoyed classic boat displays on the docks and on land, a “Field of Dreams,” a tent of fine artisans’ wares, a nautical flea market, visiting and permanent exhibits—such as the Hooper’s Strait Lighthouse—boat rides, food, drink, and ice cream. PropTalk was once again an enthusiastic sponsor of this mid-June tradition for lovers of classic boats.

##Photo by Kaylie Jasinski/ PropTalk

##Photo by Craig Ligibel

##Photo by Al Schreitmueller

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##An oil painter does a demo in the Arts at Navy Point tent. Photo by Molly Winans/ PropTalk

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OPA Ocean City Grand Prix Results T

he OPA Ocean City Grand Prix was held June 22-24 in Ocean City, MD. Next up is the St. Clair River Classic July 27-29 in St. Clair, MI; the Fall River Grand Prix August 24-26 in Fall River, MA; the Lake Hopatcong Grand Prix September 21-23 in Lake Hopatcong, NJ; and the OPA World Championship November 14-18 in Englewood, FL. For more details visit

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ummer is now in full swing, and we hope that our readers are getting out on the water and enjoying these warm sunny days. For a while it seemed like they would never get here, so enjoy. Area boatshops continue to hum with a great variety of projects.


n the past we have reported on the building of a couple of log canoes. We must admit that we are fascinated by these uniquely Chesapeake boats. While most of us think of log canoes as sailing craft, they were actually everyday work boats, and as small marine engines became available around the turn of the last century, many were converted to power and many were built for engine power. In addition to the following report of plans to build another log canoe at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) in St Michaels, MD, Bethany Ziegler has supplied a historic photograph of Alverta, a log canoe designed and built for engine power around 1908. In her distinctive

profile you can see many design elements that carried over into the modern Baybuilt deadrise. CBMM has announced its latest shipyard project, the building of a new log hull canoe. Construction will begin this fall, with the project set to be finished next summer. This Tilghman Island style, five-log canoe will be built from the excess loblolly pine logs used in the historic restoration of Edna E. Lockwood. The hull is set to reach approximately 32 feet in length, with a beam width of six feet. The building process will kick off in September, with milling of the logs, and will continue with shaping the hull into early 2019. Once the major components

##Tony Pettit, Patuxent Small Craft Guild volunteer, with visiting students from Bosnia in the shop at Solomons, MD.

of building the hull are complete, the boat will be moved to the corn crib, where the rest of construction will take place. “It’s exciting that we’re becoming more known. We’ve put a lot of effort into learning how to build log canoes, and I’m glad that’s being recognized and that other people are interested in our work,” said CBMM shipyard manager Mike Gorman. “Construction on the log canoe will be undertaken this year alongside another major project. Following the launch of Edna E. Lockwood at OysterFest in October, CBMM will start restoration on the 1912 river tug Delaware, a member of the floating fleet featured in the new “Lines of the Floating Fleet” exhibition. This is not the first log canoe to be built at CBMM. In April, 2015, the first log canoe built since 1979 named Bufflehead was launched. The shipwrights and apprentices constructed the hull of Bufflehead out of three, 26-foot loblolly pine logs. Each summer, CBMM staff set sail on this canoe along the Miles River, for the Chesapeake Bay Summer log canoe races. While Bufflehead resides on CBMM’s campus for the public to view, the new log canoe being built this year is a private commission. For updates, visit” raci Cimini of The Calvert Marine Museum in Solomons, MD, sends us this report. “The Calvert Marine Museum recently hosted a group of visiting Bosnian students, and they were quickly put


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##George Hazzard’s Wooden Boat Restoration 1958 Sears kit boat restoration won Best Outboard and Best in Show at the 2018 Antique and Classic Boat Festival.

##Integral fuel tanks destroyed by ethanol being removed from a Fortier 26 at Hartge Yacht Yard in Galesville, MD.

to work in adding the silica primer to an old, canvas-covered canoe. The 25-foot ‘war canoe’ was first used in 1960 at the YMCA-run Camp Druid Hill which was on the site of the current Kings Landing Park. Members of the Patuxent Small Craft Guild (PSCG) have restored this vintage Old Town canoe for future museum use as an educational and practical seamanship tool that has strong links to the county’s history.”


eff Leitch from Bay Shore Marine in Annapolis sent us some pictures of a custom-built fuel management system for Robin, a 54-foot Ted Hood. The fuel management and polishing system was designed and constructed by Nick Jones, one of the senior techs at Bay Shore Marine. ongratulations to George Hazzard and his crew at Wooden Boat Restoration in Millington, MD. George reports, “Our hard work paid off with the 1958 Sears kit boat that we restored, as it won Best Outboard Boat as well as Best in Show (at the Antique and Classic Boat Festival in June). We continue progress on Ralph Cattaneo’s 1949 25-foot Chris-Craft Sportsman. We are also putting on the final coats of varnish on a 1942 17foot Chris-Craft Runabout. “ lex Schlagel from Hartge Yacht Yard in Galesville, MD, checks in: “We are staying busy with normal boatyard tasks such as hauling and launching for surveys, loading and unloading boats on transport trailers, hauling and launching boats with bent props, and hauling and launching for bottom paint. On the Ralph Wiley designed and built Sweet and Low, we installed new engine mounts to replace old hard ones for vibration reduction. To accommodate the new larger mounts, the brackets were modified.



##The custom fuel management and polishing system designed and installed on Robin, a Ted Hood 54 by Bay Shore Marine in Annapolis, MD. Photo by Jeff Leitch

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While at it, the owner had us clean up and paint the drip pan and anything that needed it. An update on the 55-foot Trumpy Manatee: The last planks on the bottom are installed. Pete, Ernie, and Josh spent weeks under the boat sanding the planks fair with belt sanders. The bottom is beautiful, and the guys are buff. How long can you hold a heavy sander steady over your head? Mishandling the sander and digging into the planks would be unforgivable! The perfectly fit sapele planks would look great varnished, but they are now covered with seven coats of Interlux Interprotect 2000E/2001E to get about 15 mils dry. The epoxy prevents the wood from soaking up water or drying and shrinking when hauled and provides a good base for antifouling paint to stick. This bottom is double planked, tightly fit, fastened with screws, and glued with 3M 5200. It shouldn’t absorb much water. Over the years rub rails can take a beating (it is their job to protect the hull), and these 68-year-old rails show a number of repairs. They were originally fastened with steel bolts, and these are also showing their age. Also, the new rails will be laminated of black locust. Under the rub rails and around the cast aluminum ports, there is some plank deterioration from corroding metal, so we are not finished with planking yet.” August 2018 55

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The 44-foot 1939 box stern deadrise, Hellen, on the railway cradle at Collins Marine Railway in Deale, MD. Photo by Rick Franke


stop by Collins Marine Railway in Deale, MD, is always interesting. This time when we stopped by, Booty had Ellen, a 1939 44-foot box-stern deadrise, powered by a Chevy 454, on the cradle. When we asked him about the history of the boat, he replied, “She was built for my grandfather by Jimmie Rogers, over on the point (Drum Point,

Pictured here on the Choptank River at Cambridge, MD, Alverta was donated to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum by Douglas and Joyce N.B. Ferris. Gift of Mrs. Nellie Poet.

Stand Fast, a 1959 19-foot Lyman inboard utility boat in the shop at Phipps Boat Works in Deale, MD. Photo by Rick Franke

now the site of Skipper’s Pub). Now she belongs to my nephew Brian. Jimmie built some fine boats, and Ellen is a good example. She’s a traditional, old-school design, cross planked on the bottom, and the hull topsides are planked with full-length single 44foot planks. There are no butt seams or splices in those planks. We used to get

those long planks from Johnson Lumber Company.” As such conversations often do, we branched off into talking about the business. “I’m a dinosaur,” Booty chuckled. “The business is changing and fast. I usually paint boats for the watermen and the charter boat operators. I used to do about 40 boats a year; now I’m down to

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The first rendering of the profile of the Lou Codega-designed, custom CY55 being built by Composite Yacht in Trappe, MD.

The log canoe Bufflehead under construction at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD, in 2015.

about a half dozen. The old boats are disappearing and being replaced by glass or glass over plywood. But on the other hand,” he said with a smile, “It’s probably just as well things are slowing down; I’m slowing down too.” hipps Boat works in Tracys Landing, MD, has taken in a 1959 19-foot Lyman inboard util-

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Tides & Currents presented by


StationId: 8575512 Source: NOAA/NOS/CO-OPS Station Type: Primary Time Zone: LST_LDT Datum: MLLW

6 F


nOAA Tide predictions StationId: 8638863

Baltimore, Md,2018

BALTIMORE July August Height Time Time Height



h m h m ft 01:31 AM 04:10 AM 0.7 1 08:09 1 10:12 AM AM 1.7 Su 02:48 PM W 04:59 PM 0.4 PM 11:0008:22 PM 1.5

ftcm 0.4 21 1.6 52 0.4 12 1.1 46


0.4 1.8 0.3 1.6

12 55 9 49


AM 05:03 AM 0.7 2 02:14 AM 10:5108:44 AM 1.6 M 03:26 PM Th 05:31 PM 0.4 PM 11:4609:09 PM 1.6

0.4 21 1.6 49 0.4 12 1.1 49

58 AM 40 AM 32 PM

0.5 1.7 0.3

15 52 9


AM 06:04 AM 0.8 3 03:01 AM 11:3409:19 AM 1.5 Tu 04:04 PM 06:06 PM 0.4 10:00 PM

0.5 24 1.5 46 0.4 12 1.2

35 11 32 16


1.7 0.6 1.5 0.3

52 18 46 9


12:35 AM 1.7 AM 4 03:52 07:1609:55 AM 0.8 AM Sa 12:22 PM 1.4 W 04:43 PM PM 0.3 ◑ 06:4510:53 PM

37 26 25 01


1.7 0.7 1.4 0.3

52 21 43 9


39 38 20 45


1.8 0.7 1.3 0.3

55 21 40 9

38 45 16 29


1.9 0.7 1.2 0.4

32 45 13 13


21 36 07 58

05 20 59 43

Annapolis, Md,2018

AnnApOLIs August september July

Height Time Time Height

cm h m h m 12 05:45 AM 16 02:04 16 49 11:1008:36 AM 12 05:45 M 03:09 Th PM 34 09:08

ChEsApEAkE BAy BRIdgE TunnEL september August

HeightHeightTimeTime Time HeightHeight TimeTime Time Height Height

Time TimeHeight Height

cm 1529 9 Sa 40

h m ft AM 05:400.7 AM AM 11:571.4 AM PM 05:590.4 PM PM 1.6

cm ft 21 0.2 43 2.6 12 0.4 49

AM AM 1.8 12 12:06 17 17 03:05 06:55 AM 0.7

0.455 1.621 0.346 1.412

AM AM 1.9 0.658 18 AM55 3.1 12:070.8 AM AM 21 29405:05 212 12:02 17 2 AM AM24 0.2 2 03:27 176 04:53 01:24 AM 12:07 1.8 0.7 2 17 AM 05:38 0.8 1.5 AM -0.3 -910:05 AM 06:191.3 AM 49 07:0909:16 AM 46 10:29 06:26 AM 1.3 40

2.6 24 0.3 40 2.79 0.5 52

AM AM 1.8 15 01:06 18 18 04:08 08:07 AM 0.7

0.555 1.521 0.343 1.412

AM AM 1.9 0.758 21 AM55 2.9 12:490.8 AM AM 24 38806:11 315 12:56 18 3 AM 3 04:22 186 05:58 AM24 0.2 02:22 AM 01:01 1.8 0.8 3 18 AM 06:16 0.8 1.4 AM -0.1 -311:00 AM 07:021.2 AM 46 08:2209:53 AM 43 11:19 07:19 AM 1.2 37

2.5 24 0.3 37 2.79 0.5

52 0.6 24 1.4 43 0.4 1.2 9

AM AM 1.8 18 02:06 19 19 05:15 AM AM 0.8 43 09:1811:05

0.655 1.424 0.240 12

AM61 2.5 76 12:53 AM55 2.6 01:371.7 AM AM 12:39 2.0 0.7 18 01:55 AM 21 03:19 AM 49 47912:49 4 19 4 AM 443 4 05:24 AM 01:58 1.8 1.6 19 19 AM21 0.3 9 07:03 08:14 AM 0.0 007:18 AM 07:500.8 AM 09:3110:34 AM 06:56 0.7 1.3 AM 40 AM 0.8 24

2.4 52 0.3 24 2.8 37 0.59

AM 01:28 AM 1.8 5 04:48 AM 08:3310:34 AM 0.8 Th 05:24 PM Su 01:16 PM 1.3 PM 07:3011:49 PM 0.3

0.6 55 1.4 24 0.3 40 1.3 9

18 03:05 AM AM 1.9 20 20 12:24 43 10:22 AM 0.7

1.558 0.721 1.337 0.215

AM 01:22 2.0 1.5 AM61 2.4 73 01:52 AM 46 04:12 AM 52 57301:52 AM52 2.4 02:311.8 AM 546 02:57 5 5 12:14 20 AM 02:57 1.7 1.7 20 5 AM 20 AM 07:40 0.7 0.8 AM21 0.3 9 08:07 09:09 21 10:3206:30 AM 24 AM 0.8 24 AM 0.1 308:23 AM 08:450.8 AM

55 2.4 24 0.3 37 2.9 0.49


AM 02:23 AM 1.9 6 05:51 AM 09:4711:16 AM 0.7 F 06:06 PM M 02:16 PM 1.3 08:21 ◑ PM 0.3

0.7 58 1.3 21 0.3 40 9

21 04:01 AM AM 1.9 21 21 01:27 40 11:18 AM 0.7

1.658 0.721 1.237 0.215

AM 02:11 2.0 1.6 AM61 2.3 70 02:46 AM 49 04:58 AM 52 67002:52 AM52 2.3 03:331.8 AM 649 03:59 6 6 01:14 21 AM 04:00 1.7 1.7 21 6 AM 21 AM 08:28 0.6 0.8 AM18 0.2 6 09:04 AM 0.8 21 11:2607:38 AM 24 24 09:22 AM 0.7

58 21 37 12


61 1.4 21 0.7 37 1.2 0.2 9

AM AM 1.9 43 04:52 22 22 02:25 PM AM 0.7 21 12:0508:39

1.658 0.721 1.137 0.215

AM 03:05 2.0 1.7 49 04:59 AM 52 05:39 AM 52 76703:49 AM61 2.3 70 03:33 AM52 2.2 721 7 02:14 22 AM 05:02 1.7 1.7 7 22 7 12:1508:43 PM AM 0.5 0.715 22 21 09:53 AM 0.8 24 10:16

1.9 0.6 1.2 0.4

58 18 37 12


04:19 AM 2.1 AM 8 01:43 AM 11:5108:02 AM 0.6 Su 12:58 PM W 04:25 PM 1.2 PM 10:2207:38 PM 0.3

64 1.5 0.7 18 1.1 37 0.2 9

AM AM 1.9 46 05:37 23 03:17 23 21 12:4509:38 PM AM 0.7

1.758 0.721 1.140 0.315


1.9 0.6 1.2 0.4

58 18 37 12


AM 05:16 AM 2.1 9 02:39 AM 12:4309:06 PM 0.5 M 01:57 PM Th 05:28 PM 1.3 PM 11:2708:29 PM 0.3

1.6 64 0.7 15 1.1 40 0.2 9

49 06:17 AM AM 1.8 24 04:04 24 21 01:2010:29 PM AM 0.6

1.755 0.718 1.140 0.3


1.9 0.6 1.2 0.4

58 18 37 12

03:33 AM 06:12 AM 2.1 10 10:06 10 01:31 AM PM 0.5

AM AM 0.5 25 55 12:15 25 04:45 06:53 AM 1.8

Tu 02:59 PM 06:27 PM 1.4 09:22 PM

1.8 64 0.6 15 1.1 43 0.1

1.715 0.655 1.118 0.343

AM 12:09 0.3 1.9 AM 9 0.0 0 05:28 AM18 0.3 01:431.7 AM 52 01:33 AM 58 01:32 AM 52 10906:16 10 AM 01:34 0.6 1.7 10 25 10 AM 10 05:01 25 25 AM 06:07 1.9 0.6 AM58 2.4 73 11:50 AM52 2.3 7012:34 PM 07:500.4 AM 18 07:3711:31 AM 18 07:25 AM 18 AM 07:34 1.7 0.6

1.8 9 64 0.6 12 1.1 46 0.1

AM 26 55 01:00 26 05:23 AM 18 07:2711:51 Su PM 34 02:20 Th 05:05 PM ○3 07:4811:05

0.5 AM 1.8 AM 0.6 PM 1.4 PM

1.715 0.655 1.118 0.343

August 2018 Tides

ftcm 0.318 1.749 0.3 9 1.3


03:21 AM 2.0 AM 7 12:46 10:5306:56 AM 0.7 AM Tu 03:20 PM 1.2 Sa 12:04 PM 09:1906:51 PM 0.3 PM


49 09:25 AM F AM PM 1.5 12 11:58 Tu 03:57 PM PM 0.4 34 06:2810:13

46 10:14 AM Sa PM PM 1.4 12 12:50 W 04:46 PM PM 0.4 ◐ 37 07:1111:19

Su PM PM 1.3 12 01:46 Th 05:35 37 07:58 ◐ PM 0.4

06:23 AM M9 02:45 PM AM 1.2 F 11:57 40 08:4906:24 PM PM 0.5 07:32 9 03:45 Tu PM Sa 12:51 09:4207:13 PM

AM 1.2 PM 0.5 PM

W PM PM 1.2 37 04:43 Su 01:47 PM PM 0.5 6 10:3508:03

34 05:36 M 02:40 Th PM PM 1.3 6 11:2708:50 PM PM 0.5

34 06:24 Tu 03:32 F PM PM 1.3 6 09:37 PM

18 11:12 AM Sa PM PM 0.6 34 01:51 W 04:20 PM PM 1.4 3 07:0710:22

44 AM 59 PM 47 PM

1.9 0.6 1.2

58 18 37

12:3104:26 AM 0.3 11 07:06 AM 11 11:02 AM 2.1 AM Sa 02:16 PM 0.4 W 04:01 PM PM 1.5 ● 07:2510:16 PM

28 21 33 32


0.4 1.9 0.6 1.3

12 58 18 40

01:33 AM 0.3 05:18 AM 12 07:57 12 11:54 AM 2.1 AM Su 02:59 PM 0.4 Th 05:02 PM 08:2111:11 PM 1.6 PM

1.9 9 64 0.5 12 1.1 49 0.1

AM 58 01:44 27 27 05:59 AM 15 07:5912:27 M PM 34 02:48 F 05:49 PM 3 08:28 ○ 11:47

0.6 AM 1.8 PM 0.5 PM 1.5 PM

1.718 0.655 1.115 0.346

12 55 04 15


0.5 1.9 0.5 1.3

15 58 15 40

02:35 AM 0.3 06:09 AM 13 08:47 13 12:44 AM 2.0 PM

1.9 9 61 0.5 12 1.1 52

AM AM 0.6 58 02:28 28 28 06:33 15 08:32 AM 1.8

1.718 0.555 1.215 49

55 28 32 56


0.5 1.8 0.5 1.3

15 55 15 40

03:36 AM 0.4 AM 14 09:35 14 12:08 AM 1.9

12 0.1 58 1.9 0.4 9 52 1.2

AM AM 0.6 29 12:28 3 03:12 29 09:0607:06 AM AM 1.7

0.418 1.752 0.512 1.249

30 01:10 AM 6 04:01 30 AM 55 09:4307:38 M 02:14 Th PM 12 04:13 07:58 40 10:27 PM

AM 0.7 AM 1.7 PM 0.4 PM 1.7

0.421 1.652 0.512 1.252

31 01:52 AM AM 0.7 31 04:55 08:10 AM

0.521 1.649 0.412 1.355


0.6 1.8 0.5 1.4 0.6 1.8 0.5 1.4

18 55 15 43

M 03:41 PM 0.4 F 06:03 PM 09:16 ● PM 1.7 06:59 AM Tu 04:23 PM 0.3 Sa 01:33 PM 10:1207:04 PM 1.7 PM

04:39 AM 0.5 AM 15 10:22 15 01:05 AM 1.8 07:48 AM W 05:04 PM 0.3 Su 02:21 PM 11:0808:05 PM 1.8 PM

15 0.2 55 1.8 0.4 9 55 1.3

18 55 15 43

01:03 PM Tu PM PM 0.5 34 03:15 Sa 06:32 09:06 PM 1.6 58 Su 01:38 W PM PM 0.4 12 03:44 PM PM 1.6 37 09:4607:15



High Sharps Island Light –3:47 Havre de Grace +3:11 Sevenfoot Knoll Light –0:06 St Michaels, Miles River –2:14

10:23 AM 1.6 Tu 02:49 04:46 PM PM 0.4 11:1308:43 PM PM 1.8

Low –3:50 +3:30 –0:10 –1:58

H. Ht *1.18 *1.59 *0.82 *1.08

Spring L. Ht Range *1.17 1.5 *1.59 1.9 *0.83 1.1 *1.08 1.4

cm h mh m h ft m ft cm ftcm hcmmh m h ft m ft cm ft AM 18 12:27 AM 18 05:58 AM 05:02 0.8 0.6 AM 05:33 1.9 0.6 AM24 0.2 AM58-0.4 1 02:37 166 03:51 16 1 16 AM 46 07:44 AM 43 11:0808:43 AM 11:09 1.5 1.5 AM 11:46 0.8 1.4 AM46 2.3 70 09:42 AM24 3.0 W 03:25 PM 12 Th9 04:08 PM 05:22 PM 0.4 0.4 Su 12:18 PM 1.3 0.3 Su 05:01 PM12 0.3 M 05:51 PM40-0.29 09:3111:20 PM 1.3 40 PM PM 0.4 1.6 12 49 PM 2.7 82 10:50 ◐ 06:20

cm h m 1-1204:04 1 9109:21 Sa -604:04 W 10:46

AM43 2.3 70 AM 0.8 08:49 24 Su AM 11:48 1.4 0.4 Tu 12:42 PM37 2.99 9 11:59 Th 04:02 PM 12 F12 04:56 PM M 05:43 PM12 0.4 M 01:15 PM 1.2 0.3 PM 0.4 1.4 PM15 0.0 43 06:0610:21 PM 43 07:12 PM 49 11:59 PM 2.6 79 11:51 PM 06:51 0.5 1.6

8804:51 Th PM 12:380.3 PM Su 011:46 PM 06:461.7 PM

PM40 2.4 73 AM 0.8 09:48 24 M9 12:56 PM 12:29 1.3 0.3 W 01:40 PM37 2.99 F 04:42 PM 9 02:16 Sa PM Tu 06:27 PM12 0.4Tu 12 05:46 PM 1.2 0.3 PM 0.4 1.5 ◑ 06:5811:16 43 PM 46 08:11 ◐ PM 07:55 0.5 PM15 0.1

F PM 01:240.3 PM M8805:45 07:40 PM ◑ 3

10:38 AM 0.7 21 Tu PM 1.3 0.3 W 01:12 PM40 2.4W 73 12:13 Th 02:40 PM37 2.9 6 02:00 Sa 05:25 PM 9 03:18 Su PM 37 PM 1.2 1.2 08:00 PM 07:16 0.4 PM12 0.5 PM18 0.39 15 06:38 PM ◑ ◐ 09:00 09:13 PM 0.6 0.3

8812:08 Sa PM 02:151.2 PM Tu 906:46 08:380.3 PM ◑ PM

11:22 AM 0.7 21 W 03:07 PM 1.3 1.2 Th 01:59 PM40 2.5 76 01:10 40 Su 11:24 AM 37 M PM 34 F 03:41 PM40 2.8 Th 04:16 PM 1.3 1.1 PM 08:10 0.4 0.3 PM12 0.5 9 10:13 15 07:30 6 09:0906:14 PM PM PM18 0.39 PM 10:05 0.6 0.3

W 8501:22 Su PM 03:131.2 PM 907:49 PM 09:420.3 PM

11:59 AM 10:04 0.6 AM18 0.2 Th 04:13 PM 1.3 1.2 F 02:51 PM40 2.6 79 02:07 37 M 12:23 PM 37 Tu PM 34 Sa 04:41 PM40 2.8 F 05:09 PM 1.3 1.1 PM 0.4 0.2 PM12 0.4 6 11:09 12 08:22 6 10:2007:07 PM PM 12 ◑ 09:09 PM18 0.4 PM 11:06 0.6 0.4

09:20 AM 0.2 F 05:15 PM 1.4 1.1 34 Tu 01:30 PM 34 Sa 03:46 PM43 2.7 Sa PM 10:10 0.3 0.2 6 11:2808:05 PM PM 9 0.3 6

6 Th 8502:35 M 1208:52

6 PM 10:57 12:32 0.6 AM18 0.3 W PM 34 82 03:02 Su 05:36 PM43 2.8 05:57 PM 1.4 1.1 9 09:11 11:59 PM PM 0.6 0.4 18 12

9 F8503:43 Tu 09:54

12:011.7 AM 0.4 AM 04:03 2.0 1.8 52 05:56 AM 55 06:16 52 81204:41 23 AM61 2.3 70 04:16 8 03:12 23 821 AM AM 1.7 AM52 2.2 8 8 6711:05 21 10:35 05:59 AM 0.7 21 01:0009:44 PM AM 0.5 0.715 23 34 Sa 9


21 Su 34 ●9

M Times and heights of high

Times and heights of high and Low Waters

ft AM 0.6 AM 1.6 PM 0.3 PM


8 Station ID: AC Su Source: NOAA nOAA Tide pred Station Type: H 20751 LS Chesapeake Time Bay Zone: Bridge 9

nOAA Tide predictions

Time Zone: LST_LDT Datum: MLLW

Times and heights of high and Low Waters

10:15 AM 0.1 3 PM 0.5 01:02 M 11:481.2 AM15 0.3 W 02:40 PM 34 Th 37 06:14 PM 1.6 1.1 Su 04:44 PM49 2.9 88 03:54 Su 06:40 PM PM 1.5 PM46 2.8 09:0311:10 PM 0.2 PM 0.4 12 PM 0.2 6 6 09:59 06:26 12:3204:08 AM AM 0.3 1.9 9 58 12:47 12:50 AM 0.3 04:53 AM 1.7 52 AM 0.6 18 24 9 10:40 24 AM61 2.3 70 24 9 06:48 AM 05:05 2.0 0.6 AM52 2.2 AM 18 06:51 AM 21 AM 06:50 1.7 0.7 AM12 0.0 0 11:14 01:42 PM 11:11 0.4 1.2 Tu 12:36 PM15 0.3 Th 03:47 PM 37 F94 04:42 PM 37 M 01:31 PM 0.5 1.2 M 05:43 PM 3.1 07:0910:02 PM PM 1.7 0.252 PM49 2.9 6 07:20 10:44 PM 12 PM 07:11 1.6 0.4

Sa904:45 W 8510:53

9 967905:30 11:51 Th Su905:44 ●8811:50


TimeHeight Height

cm ft cm h m 24 Slack 88Maximum 2.9 AM 1 12:22 37 0.0 0 06:30 AM h m h m knots 12 3.1 94 Sa 12:54 PM 01:48AM 07:15 -0.5E PM 0.3 9 04:24AM 08:00AM 0.9F 11:24AM79 02:48PM 01:11 -1.0E M 7912:11 AM Su 2.6 1.6 49 01:26 AM AM 17 17 2 06:30PM 6 09:06PM 07:21 0.6F AM 906:27 AM 0.8 24 07:37 AM 0.2 82 M 11:34 1.2 37 F AM 02:04 PM 3.0 91 Su 01:47 PM 1506:00 PM 0.4 12 08:31 PM 0.4 12 08:15 PM 12:06AM 02:36AM -0.4E 7601:09 AM 05:12AM73 08:42AM 02:08 0.8F AM 1.6 49 02:22 AM 2.4 18 18 3 907:26 AM 12:00PM12 03:24PM 08:19 -1.0E Tu 0.8 24 M 0.4 08:30 AM AM 8212:34 07:06PM 09:48PM 0.6F PM Tu PM 1.2 37 Sa 03:02 PM 2.9 88 M 02:48 1506:55 PM 12 PM 0.6 18 ◑ 09:21 PM ◐ 09:340.4


06:1 0. 3. 0. 12:1 05:5 2. 12:1 Th 0. 06:5 3. 0.

7302:03 AM 1.6 19 03:23 AM 19AM 908:20 0.8 3

21 16

7 2

-0. 22 17 05:1 3.

15 -0.3 49 73 09:400.3 AM 3.29 W 902:00 PM Su 03:42 PM -0.3 08:27 PM 1.7 52 88 10:04 PM 3.5

AM 0.6 27-901:19 03:22 AM 27AM 07:02 1.5

18 -0.3 46 3.29 Th 02:43 PM 0.3 909:21 M PM 04:371.7 PM -0.2 52 88 10:54 PM 3.3

AM 0.6 Tu 28-902:06 03:55 AM 28AM 07:37 1.4

AM 0.7 31 03:09 AM 31 05:04 08:43 AM 1.5 F


High Mtn Pt, Magothy River +1:24 Chesapeake Beach –1:14 Cedar Point –3:16 Point Lookout –3:48

11:18 AM 03:22 PM 0.4 Tu 05:16 PM 09:52 11:28 PM 1.6 PM

Low +1:40 –1:15 –3:13 –3:47

H. Ht *0.88 *1.12 *1.33 *1.37

21 0.2 46 2.6 12 0.4 49 2.7

AM 0.6 14603:32 05:071.4 AM 14 AM 09:07

18 -0.2 43 11:240.3 AM 3.29 F7603:28 PM 910:16 Tu PM 05:331.7 PM -0.1 52 85 11:44 PM 3.1 AM 0.7 21 15604:28 05:561.3 AM -0.1 15 AM 09:52 40 7904:16 PM 12:160.3 PM 3.29 Sa 911:12 W PM 06:301.7 PM 0.1 52 85

Spring L. Ht Range *0.88 1.0 *1.14 1.1 *1.33 1.4 *1.33 1.4

6 79 12 82

Su 08:40 PM

09:01 AM W -912:54 0.4 Su PM 02:56 PM 11007:10 PM PM ○ 09:151.5


98 09:37 AM Th-901:30 PM 0.3 M 03:33 PM 1.6 10707:53 PM 09:49 PM 98 10:12 AM F -602:06 PM 0.3 Tu 04:11 PM 1.6 10108:39 PM 10:24 PM

Tu 12:0 Di -0.

04:4 3. 10:5


-0. 3. 23 18 06:1 -0.

W 01:0

3. 05:4 11:4 -0. 3. -0. 07:0 3. Th 02:0 ◐06:4 -0. 3. 0. 12:3 3. 07:4 F02:4 0. 07:4 3. 0.

24 19

10 5

25 20

AM 0.7 11 6 29-602:57 04:29 AM 29AM 08:15 1.3

01:1 26 21 2. 08:2

12 7

2. 02:0 0. 27 22 09:0

98 Sa-302:47 W 9409:28

10:48 AM W PM 0.3 04:51 PM PM 1.7 11:00 PM AM 0.7 30-303:52 05:06 AM 1.3 30AM 9808:58 11:26 AM Su 303:32 PM 0.3 Th 05:34 PM Th 10:23 PM 1.7 11:38 PM


Onancock Creek Stingray Point Hooper Strait Light Lynnhaven Inlet

49 01:00AM 03:30AM -0.4E 0.4 12 10 03:05 AM 01:42AM 1.0F 0.7F 12 06:06AM 09:30AM 2.7 82 09:22 AM 05:24AM 08:24AM -0.7E -0.9E 46 12:42PM 04:06PM 0.4 12 M 03:28 PM Tu 12:00PM 02:12PM 0.3F 0.6F M 07:42PM 10:36PM 3.0 91 04:30PM 07:48PM 09:44 -0.6E PM 10:42PM 15 0.3 9 11 03:51 AM 46 2.8 85 01:54AM 04:24AM 10:10-0.4E AM 12 02:30AM 1.1F 0.6F 0.3 07:06AM 9 10:18AM Tu 04:20 PM 46 06:12AM 09:18AM -0.8E -0.8E 3.0 91 01:24PM 04:48PM 10:31 PM W 01:06PM 03:06PM 0.3F Tu 08:18PM 11:18PM 0.7F 05:24PM 08:36PM -0.6E 18 0.3 11:30PM 9 12 04:37 AM 46 2.8 85 10:58 AM 9 0.3 9 W 05:12-0.5E PM 02:48AM 05:24AM 49 03:18AM 1.2F 0.5F 3.0 08:12AM 91 11:17 PM 11:12AM 07:00AM 10:12AM -0.9E -0.8E 02:06PM 05:30PM Th 18 02:00PM 04:00PM 05:22 0.4F W 08:48PM 0.2 6 AM 13 11:45 43 06:24PM88 09:30PM -0.7E AM 2.9 9 0.4 12 Th 06:04 PM 49 2.9 88 12:06AM 0.8F 12:12AM 04:06AM 1.2F -0.5E 03:42AM 06:24AM 21 12:04 AM 07:42AM 10:54AM -1.0E 0.4F 14 0.2 6 09:30AM 12:06PM 40 F02:48PM 06:08 AM 04:54PM 0.4F -0.7E 2.9 88 Th 02:48PM 06:12PM 9 F 12:33 PM 07:18PM 10:18PM -0.7E ◑ 0.4 12 09:24PM 52 06:58 PM 2.8 85 12:48AM 0.9F 21 12:52 AM 01:06AM 04:54AM 1.3F -0.6E 15 0.3 9 04:30AM 07:24AM 40 06:56 AM 08:30AM 11:42AM -1.1E 0.4F 3.0 91 10:48AM 01:12PM 9 Sa Sa 01:23 PM 03:30PM 05:48PM 0.5F 0.4 12 F 03:36PM 07:00PM -0.7E 52 08:18PM 11:12PM 07:55 -0.7E PM 2.7 82 10:06PM

9 4

05:45 AM 31 12:07 PM


08:3 2. 0. 03:2 3. 09:3 02:4 Su 0. 09:1 2. 0. 3. 04:2 0. M 10:4 3. 03:4 -0. 10:0 3.

6 1

08:25 AM 8 3 Tu-906:29 1.5 Sa PM 02:18 PM

107 ○

01:5 0. Sa

July 15 20

AM 02:01 0.5 1.9 52 03:30 AM15-0.3 -9 12:09 AM18 0.2 AM 58 03:07 AM 15 12 AM 02:49 0.6 0.5 12 27 12 06:39 27 27 AM 08:05 1.7 0.4 18 09:0801:06 AM52 2.7 82 06:33 AM49 2.4 PM 12 08:36 AM 52 AM 08:53 1.6 1.7 W 03:39 PM 0.3 1.4 34 Th 02:02 PM 9-0.4 -12 F 02:41 PM 9 0.3 Su 06:52 PM 43 M 01:00 PM 15 Th 02:57 PM 0.3 0.5 1.9 PM58 3.5 9 09:47 PM 08:33 PM55 2.9 107 06:52 PM 43 ○ 09:07 09:16 PM 1.8 1.4

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Station ID: ACT4996 Depth: Unknown



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01:06AM 1.0F 1.0F 0.8F 02:12AM 01:30AM 0.9F 12:30AM 03:18AM 02:24AM 0.8F 12:12AM 03:06AM 20Times and 5 maximum 20 09:36AM 05:06AM -0.9E 08:18AM 05:48AM -1.1E 09:00AM -0.8E 07:54AM 5 -0.8E 20-0.8E 5 in 05:30AM 08:42AM 06:36AM 05:42AM speeds of and minimum current, knots 09:06AM 01:54PM 0.4F 12:06PM 02:18PM 0.4F 12:36PM 03:18PM 0.5F 11:48AM 0.8F 01:00PM 1.1F 12:24PM 04:18PM W 02:48PM Th 04:24PM

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Fish News By Lenny Rudow, FishTalk editor

Catfish Record


f it seems like records have been dropping like flies this year. Here’s one more to add to the list: Brian Dvorak was night fishing at the mouth of the Elk River, when he hooked into a 9.61-pound white catfish. It overshadowed the old Maryland record by over 1.3 pounds and was confirmed by a DNR biologist. Interesting factoid: the white catfish is one of only three catfish species native to Maryland’s brackish waters—the others are the yellow and brown bullheads—and whites were once the dominant catfish species in the Chesapeake tributaries (yes, channel cats are an invasive just like the blues and flatheads).

Twin Capes Added to Reef Site


he Twin Capes ferry made thousands of runs between Cape Henlopen and Cape May for the past four decades, but was decommissioned and then scuttled last month to become part of the Delaware artificial reef system. The ship was added to the Del-Jersey-Land reef site, at 38’30.90 by 74’30.90 about 26 nautical miles from the Indian River inlet. The 21,000-ton,

320-foot Twin Capes provides a 70-foot vertical profile, sitting in about 125 feet of water. It joins a number of wrecks including a 175foot minesweeper, a 185-foot bunker trawler, and a 563-foot destroyer (among others), in an endless endeavor to bring more sea bass, tautog, and flounder fishing opportunities to countless DelMarVa anglers. Oh yeah, and also those Jersey guys can go there too, we guess.


CCA’s New Striper Tagging Program

CA Maryland’s new striper tagging program is now in full swing, and the organization is asking for help from Maryland and Virginia CCA members to become citizenscientists and help tag stripers. Taggers need to attend a short seminar (given at CCA meetings) and after attending one, FishTalk Angler in Chief Lenny Rudow ##The Twin Capes will have a new job from here on out: housing sea bass and tautog off the Delaware Coast. will set out to skewer some stripers with the new CCA tags. “It had been a couple of weeks since I saw the seminar,” he says, “and as I pushed the first tag through the fish, I realized I had already forgotten a few of the key elements. When I got back home I looked on YouTube to find a video on how to tag for a refresher. But it didn’t exist.”

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##The Annapolis PD’s summer fishing camp makes for smiles, smiles, smiles.

The solution? FishTalk invited CCA volunteer tagging coordinator Mike Brupbacher out for an afternoon to shoot a how-to tagging video. You can see it on the FishTalk Magazine YouTube channel, or on FishTalkMag. com in the News section. Meanwhile, in a nutshell here’s how the tagging program works: • If you’re not a CCA member already, join up.

• Attend a tagging seminar. These are held at many regular CCA meetings, and are listed on the CCA web site, • Order your supplies. You can get your tagging needle and tags at the seminars or online.

• Refresh your memory on how to best handle and safely release the fish. There’s information on the CCA website at the bottom of the Fish Tagging page, and you should be sure to check out “Dos and Don’ts of Catch and Release Fishing,” in the How To section of • Catch some rockfish, and tag ‘em! • Fill in the data on the tagging card(s), and mail them in to the American Littoral Society.

Annapolis PD Youth Summer Camp


ou may remember from last year that one of the Annapolis Police Department Youth Summer Camp programs included taking local kids who had never even seen the Chesapeake—much less caught fish from it—out on the Bay to bend some rods. There’s no charge for the camp, and formerly, volunteers from the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association would step in to help by taking the kids and police officers out on their boats. This year with the MSSA out of action, volunteers kept the ball rolling. The Alltackle fishing team and volunteers Greg and Brennan Shute (of iFishMD. com) played pivotal roles in making the event happen and Anglers Sport Center provided gear. Those interested in volunteering for next summer’s camp can contact Greg via Anyone wishing to donate and/or volunteer to help support the program can do so via the Annapolis Police Department’s web site or FaceBook page. And the next time you’re in either Alltackle or Angler’s, be sure to tell them the fishing community notices they pitched in, and says thanks!

Free FishTalking on Kent Island


oin FishTalk Angler in Chief Lenny Rudow for a free seminar on August 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Kent Island Fisherman’s Club’s monthly meeting held at the American Legion post 278 in Stevensville, MD. The topic will be how to live-line with a focus on circle hooks. There’s no charge! If that date doesn’t work for you but you’d still like to attend a FishTalk seminar, come to the Pasadena Sportfishing Group’s meeting (also free) on August 13. Rudow will cover the topic of heading offshore and will speak to the tactics that have been hot recently for tuna, mahi, and other pelagic fish.

T o u r n a m e n t N e ws White Marlin Open


he White Marlin Open isn’t just the biggest fishing tournament in the Mid-Atlantic region; it’s also the biggest billfish tournament in the world. Last year’s total purse was a hair away from five million dollars, and August 6 through 10, hundreds of boats will be vying for those big bucks once again. Boats can leave any inlet from Barnegat clear down to Rudee to fish anywhere within 100 nautical miles of the Ocean City inlet. Anglers will pick three of the five days to fish with the awards ceremony following the fishing days, on August 11 at the Clarion on 101st Street in Ocean City. There are too many different categories and calcuttas in this tournament to list, and a long series of rules to go along with them. Check out, to get all the details.

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Poor Girls Open



ugust 16 to 18, the 25th annual Poor Girls Open unfolds out of Bahia Marina in Ocean City, MD. The event helps raise funds for breast cancer research (in the past three years over $100,000 has been donated to the American Cancer Society) and this is an IGFA rules, release-format tournament, with individual anglers fishing one of the three days. Join over 100 boats in the competition and visit to learn more.

e draw the Mid-Atlantic line at the mouth of the Delaware, but those Jersey-ites have always wished they were part of DelMarVa (nya-nya), and they do let us play in their sandbox, during the August 19 to 24 Mid-Atlantic (formerly the Mid-Atlantic $500,000). Boats have to depart from Cape May, NJ, or Ocean City, MD, and fish within 125 nautical miles of the Cape May sea buoy. Boats fish three out of five days, adhering to IGFA rules with some slight modifications. Check out, to get the full scoop.


irginia Beach’s big billfish tournament takes place August 22 to 25, when an invitation-only limited class of 75 teams competes in the Virginia Beach Billfish Tournament. Now in its 15th year, the tournament paid out over a half-million dollars last year while also raising money for a variety of non-profit charities including Achievable Dreams, Boys and Girls Club of Southside and Peninsula, Stop Abuse, the RFA, and the Billfish Foundation. Visit, for more info.

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aryland Bass Nation anglers hit the Nanticoke on August 11; see mdbassnation. com for the details. August 8 American Bass Anglers take to Lake Gaston for the Open Series final date, out of Holly Grove Marina in Bracey, VA. And on August 18, American Bass Anglers head for the Potomac at Smallwood State Park. See, for more info.


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Tournament Teams By Eric Burnley


H ow to find a te a m th a t will perform

his month, August 6-10, the 45th White Marlin Open (WMO) will be held out of Ocean City, MD, and at the end someone will walk away with a check for over $1,000,000. It has been my good fortune to ride along on many of

these tournaments, including the first one, so I have seen what it takes to have a winning team. When you consider there can be as many as 400 boats entered with at least six people on each one, you can get some

##When that qualifying fish is hanging on the scales you will be glad your team was well prepared.

idea of the problem of finding a team that will perform when the time comes. Not that the time comes that often. There are many hours of staring at baits in the wake, rigging baits, cleaning weeds off of lures, and dozing in the cabin. These long hours and even days without a strike can lull inexperienced team members into a sense of complacency. In this situation, when a billfish climbs on a bait or lure, everyone must jump into action and do the job assigned to them. This is the essence of a good tournament team. Every person has a job and each one knows exactly what to do. The team

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W h a t ’ s N ew a t the W M O ?

The White Marlin Open (WMO), held this year August 6-10, expects to give out more than $5 million to this year’s tournament winners. Prizes are awarded for catches of white marlin, blue marlin, tuna, wahoo, dolphin, and shark, as well as most release points by boat and daily catches of wahoo, tuna, and dolphin. A new addition to the 2018 tournament is an added level to the tuna category, which will be available for a $3000 fee, with the winner taking all. “Many people believe you need to be an experienced offshore angler with a large boat and deep pockets to participate and win in the WMO. That’s simply not the case,” said Jim Motsko, WMO founder. “Many of our participants have little to no experience. They also fish in groups where each person contributes to the entry fee and takes turns fishing each day. Anyone can win.” On top of a group entry, participating boats can depart from anywhere within the 100-nautical-mile limit fishing boundary. Smaller boats do not have to launch from the Ocean City Inlet in order to participate and can depart from as far north as Barnegat, NJ, and Cape May Inlet, to all the way south to Rudee Inlet at the Virginia Beach Fishing Center. Smaller boats may compete against the whole fleet or enter categories limited to boats under 40 feet. Spectators are welcome to view the weigh-ins free of charge at the official scale at Harbour Island each day from 4 to 9:15 p.m.

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Tournament Teams (cont.) should be experienced because if your job is to wire the fish to the boat and you have never wired a fish, the results stand a good chance of being disappointing. A good friend of mine, who has fished the WMO on many occasions, saw the daily meat prize slip away as his friend, on his first offshore trip, failed to gaff a big dolphin. Since then, my friend has put together a very good team. They fish together all summer targeting billfish on every trip.

Back in the 1980s I was onboard a new boat at the invitation of the boat builder, and when I arrived I found the tackle in a sorry state. They had spared no expense on Fin Nor reels, quality rods, and monofilament line that was older than dirt. We raised at least a half dozen marlin, and every one broke the line. That night I raided a friend’s rod locker, and the next day we had eight


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good outfits with brand new line. Of course, that day we only had two bites, but we were able to release both fish. When you select a team, you want good, experienced people. That may or may not include relatives, friends from work, or your softball team. Once you have your team set, you have to go fishing. When you go, assign each team member a job. No matter what, that person has to preform that job. There is no taking turns on the rod. The angler is assigned that job with another team member given the job if a second fish is hooked. If possible, the assigned angler should also learn how to hook the fish. Remember, you must use circle hooks in all rigged baits, and setting them is a bit different than J hooks. In most tournaments the mate can hook the fish and pass it off to the angler, but having the angler hook his own fish is a better way to go. With minimum size limits on all billfish, someone must have the job of measuring any one that even looks close to the minimum length limit. There are several devices that will aid in measuring the fish while it is still in the water. Pick one, and learn how to use it. Meat fish will need to be gaffed. Make sure your gaffer has the experience to do the job right the first time. Stay away from the parties. There will be dock parties and all sorts of fun gatherings in town during the Open and for most other tournaments. You need a clear head to do the job of winning the contest, and a hangover at sea is not a lot of fun. So what are your chances of winning the WMO? Well, it is a one-fish tournament, and just about anyone can catch one fish. The problem is what do you and your crew do when that million-dollar fish takes the bait? If you have trained the crew well and you don’t screw up running the boat, you should be bringing the winner to the dock. As mentioned earlier, I have fished the WMO many times. I have been with some of the best crews on the water, and they have caught a good number of white marlin and a few blues. In all those 45 years I have been on a boat that brought a qualifying marlin to the dock exactly once. ■

Family Fishing I

By Eric Burnley

f you have a wife and kids and you between bites. Trolling, chumming, don’t take them fishing, you are or jigging can come into play once the missing out on one of the greatkids can handle their own outfits. est experiences in a man’s life. I know Believe it or not, it is possible that you are a hardcore guy who is up way the fruit of your loins may not be before dawn, on the water until dark, interested in fishing. It happens. I and back home just in time to kiss have a very good friend whose son has the kids good night, but do you ever no interest in fishing (he plays golf consider what those kids are doing of all things), but his daughter loves while you are gone? And how about your wife? She may have the kids all day while you and your fishing buddies are having a great time. Just for once, plan a fishing trip with the whole family. Sure, you won’t be up before dawn, and you may not get out on the water until late morning. Those all-day excursions might not last until dark, but once you experience fishing with the family, you will want to make it a regular happening. ##Ric and Roger Burnley If your kids are with a bluefish during pretty young, they a family fishing trip. may not be able to devote their full attention to the task at hand. In fact, to fish. If you find that fishing is not their attention span may fall short of your kids’ thing, let them do what they the minute mark. In order for them want, and it is possible they may come to have a good time, you will have to around at a later date. find some fish that are willing to bite Sea sickness is not a good way just about anything any time of the to start the family fishing trip. Pick day. Croaker and white perch fall into a calm day with cool weather. Get that category. I realize this is almost out as early as possible, and be back embarrassing for a macho fisherman in before any thunderstorms. I have like you to be perch jerking or croaker been through a few thunderstorms on catching, but believe me it’s better the Bay that almost made me give up than having a couple of preschoolers fishing. running around the boat or screaming Take along plenty of water or ice that they want to go back home. tea or other non-carbonated beverages. Once the kids get older and have Eat a light breakfast. Pack peanut a few trips under their belts, they butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch. can put up with a bit more wait time At the first sign that someone is going Follow us!

to be sick, pack up and head for the dock. Some people are okay when the boat is running, but become sick when it stops. Assuming you get past a reluctance to go and the seasickness problem, you want to be sure the kids and mom have tackle that suits them. The closed-face spinning reels that come in all sorts of motifs from Hello Kitty to Batman are fine for the little guys. Openfaced spinning reels will work for mom and older kids. A single- or double-hook bottom rig is perfect for croaker or white perch. Buy bloodworms for ease of use and attraction to just about anything that swims. Yes, you will have to bait hooks and remove fish. It never pays to fish with kids or ladies anyway. They will always catch more and bigger fish than you, so when your friends ask what you caught, you can say, “I didn’t fish. I was too busy baiting hooks and taking off fish for my family.” If the fishing is really good, you will have a chance to teach the crew a lesson in conservation. Once you have enough for a good dinner, start letting the rest of the fish go. Explain that releasing fish is a good way to ensure there will be more fish in the future. Going in with a cooler full of fish just to show off what a great angler you are is not a good idea. You know what you caught and don’t need to be a showoff. If all goes well, you will have a great time. If you are as lucky as I am, your kids will grow up to be better anglers than you will ever be. ■ August 2018 65

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Taking Better Fish Photos

##Ric Burnley shows off a big tog. No sunglasses, and the sun is on the fish .

By Eric Burnley


s a photographer and editor, I have seen my share of fish photos, and while some are good, most are not. I realize that in the heat of the moment there is much excitement because someone has caught a fish, but if you take a moment to calm down and compose the photo, the results will be much better. First consider the angle of the sun. You want the sun shining on your subject. Have the person remove his or her hat if it is shading his face. Sunglasses should also be removed. Next, have the angler hold the fish so the sun is on it as well. Sometimes you may have to ask the person holding the fish to move it so that the sun brings out the color. Try to take the photo as soon as the fish is caught, because they lose

their color very quickly once they are in the cooler. If the fish is to be released, it is even more important to get the photo as quickly as possible. Never put hands or fingers inside the gill plates. Try to support the fish by the head and body so that the internal organs are not damaged. Kids make for the best photos, but they can be a bit harder to control. Some will pose very well, while others want to get back to catching, so stopping for a photo is not always on the agenda. Once again speed is critical. Get the subject posed and snap the photo before you have a situation on your hands. Some kids, and

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Officials at Hoffman-Madison Waterfront (HMW) announced that it has awarded Oasis Marinas with the management of all marina operations along the entire milelong Wharf neighborhood in Washington, DC. The contract, which went to RFP in the Spring of 2018, includes the operation and management of Market Docks, Wharf Cove, Washington Channel Moorings, and Wharf Marina. “This is a huge honor,” said Dan Cowens founder and CEO of Oasis Marinas. “We have a great deal of respect for The Wharf’s development team and the vibrant community that they have created along the waterfront. At Oasis Marinas, we combine maritime expertise with hospitality experience to create a safe, fun, and welcoming environment for guests. We look forward to working side-by-side with The Wharf as they re-establish Washington, D.C. as a bustling waterfront city and premier destination for boaters.”;

On-the-Job Training

The Marine Trades Association of Maryland (MTAM) is proud to announce that on-the-job trainees Shane Laureska and Cain Knopp have been promoted to full time positions at Hinckley Yacht Services. Shane is the current Dockmaster at Hinckley in Oxford, MD, and Cain has taken on detailing work. Through the training, Shane learned nautical terminology, the ins and outs of launching and blocking boats, and what goes into the general maintenance of a boat yard. Cain entered the program with a background in painting boats and gained skills in basic boat carpentry, body work, and fiberglass through the training program. He is currently working on a teak restoration project and plans on pursuing a Yamaha outboard certification at the end of the summer.; hinckleyyachts. com

BRP Acquires Alumacraft

DIY Customers

Clarks Landing Yacht Sales has announced it is opening both of its marinas in Maryland to D.I.Y. (do-it-yourself) customers. Clarks Landing is also allowing outside vendors and subcontractors to work on boats that are stored at its yards. “Our properties are very large, a 13-acre and a 2.5-acre facility, with the ability to store hundreds of power and sailboats in a secured, fenced-in environment,” commented general manager George Truesdale. “We’re looking forward to expanding our storage capabilities this year. We’re excited that we’ve made the decision to invite our customers to work on their boats themselves,” continued Truesdale. Clarks Landing already has competitive pricing for winter and/or summer land storage and are proud to be a certified “Maryland Clean Marina.” Clarks Landing looks forward to protecting Maryland’s natural resources.

Celebrating Fifty Years

From a backyard sailboat operation to a driving force in the cruising and sportfishing worlds, Bluewater Yacht Sales has both shaped the industry and bowed to the winds of change. In 1968, founder Chris Hall first entered the boating world as a Cal Boats dealer. In 1971, Hall purchased a service yard, which was across the James River in Hampton. By 1975, Bluewater was outgrowing the small yard at Bridge Street, and bought the neighboring 19th century Quinn Crab Company and added on a marina. In 1979, Hall purchased Sunset Marina and Boatyard, with Uniflite becoming Bluewater’s first powerboat brand. In 1992, Bluewater opened a sales office in Annapolis, MD. Slowly and with painstaking care, Bluewater picked through brands and locations to position the company in the strongest ways possible.

BRP announced the creation of the Marine Group with the acquisition of Alumacraft Boat, the premier private North American manufacturer of aluminum fishing boats, based in St. Peter, MN. By solidifying its position in the marine market through a boat company acquisition to complement its outboard engine portfolio, BRP will aim to eventually transform the marine business worldwide with its worldrenowned technical expertise, design prowess, and ingenuity. Tracy Crocker, senior vice president and general manager of Evinrude Outboard Motors since 2017, is being appointed president of the group, effective immediately. The addition of Alumacraft will enable BRP to, over time, continue to transform the customer experience, drive opportunities for dealers, and provide overall efficiencies to the new BRP Marine Group.;

New Facility

AkzoNobel, a leading global paint and coatings manufacturer, announces the opening of a newly-constructed mega-warehouse in La Porte, TX. This move combines stocking locations for AkzoNobel’s coatings brands, including Chartek, Devoe, International, Interlux, and Awlgrip products. “AkzoNobel is committed to supplying high-quality products,” says Chuck Hampton, AkzoNobel’s regional business director of marine and protective coatings North America. “In the new facility, we can now build and centralize inventory for each of our product lines in a more structured way, which means increased availability of our products to our customers.” The new warehouse will continue to offer “will call” service and will remain open for walk-up business for Marine and Protective Coatings customers.

New Marketplace

LH-Finance, most noted for its expert marine lending services, entered into a new marketplace as the preferred finance partner of Curated, which specializes in rare, exotic, vintage collectable automobiles. This strategic partnership allows Curated to have a finance partner that understands the luxury segment and at the same time allows LH-Finance to broaden their footprint in the luxury marketplace to include not only yachts, but now rare, investment quality automobiles. LH-Finance, known for their VIP Pre-Qualification program at boat shows across America, will also call the Curated Showroom, located in Miami, FL, its VIP Lounge during the Yachts Miami Boat Show in February, 2019.

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25’ Formula ’95 $21,000 David Robinson (410) 310 8855 20’ Chaparral ’98 - $18,500 David Robinson (410) 310 8855 EdgeWater 205CX ’15 Beautiful boat. Very well equipped. Less than 50 hrs. Hull warranty. Call 410-212-8286 or 21’ Chaparral H2O FS ’15 Like new condition! Fun watersports bowrider. Rigged for fishing and skiing. Garmin Echo fish finder. Merc. 4.3 MPI 220HP, w/Trailer $31,500 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022

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27’ Four Winns 275 ’16 - Vista 275 in Beautiful cond., less than 30 hrs on engine. Shows close to new Many options/ upgrades. Great bay family cruiser Asking $99,900 Call Team Townley - 410-269-0939 28’ Hatteras Sportfish ‘66 Twin 350 Chevy, fresh Epoxy paint, new varnish, canvas & Ruppriggers. Call Captain Ed Cairns @ 609-231-8865. Photos seen on Craigslist, Jersey Shore by owner $15,000.

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29’ Monterey ’06 - $55,000 Anthony Gerogosian 703 606 2975

28’ Four Winns ’03 280 Horizon Twin Volvo 5.0 GXI 260-hp I/O Gas $19,500 Contact Paul J . Lash, C.P.Y.B. at (410) 867-9550 or 29’ Tiara 2900 Coronet ‘02 “GEM” Professionally maintained & detailed. Lots of new upgrades including topside paint & chartplotter. Asking $74,900. Call Bob Oberg at (410)-320-3385 or 29’ Bruckmann Blue Star 29.9 ’99  Exceptionally well-maintained, beautiful Downeast style boat, ready to go. Yanmar engines and many upgrades. $92,500. Contact David Cox or 410-310-3476.

29’ Chaparral 285 XLC ’87 Less than 500 hrs. T Merc. 5.7/260- hp. SS props. MANY new mechanical upgrades. Excellent interior-good condition. Always lift kept. Solomons $19,500. Call Ed 571 524-7758. 29’ Dyer 29 Hardtop ’89 Totally restored - 2016 Dyer 29 Must see. New wiring, plumbing tanks & hoses, radar, electronics, new Yanmar 8LV 370. Fast. $110,000. Contact David Cox or 410-310-3476.

29’ Luhrs ’00 $34,000 David Robinson - (410) 310 8855

Dyer 29 Soft Top 2001 Classic timeless design. Stylish, comfortable & seaworthy. Well kept & maintained. Large cockpit, two 6 6” V-berths, efficient galley, enclosed head. Cruise or fish in style & turn heads. $129,000. S&J Yachts 410 639-2777

30’ Chaparral ’05 - $58,700 Quentin Haynie 804 577 7227 30’ Chaparral 330 ‘09 Recently bottom pained & detailed. Great family boat $109,500 Contact Mike Skreptack 443-336-6243 or

32’ Legacy 32 ’19 Building for Fall Show 2019 - Special pricing on this Boat Show equipped model. Blue hull, tan & white deck, genset, bow thruster, upgraded Cummins and more. May 2018 delivery.. Call TODAY 410-269-0939 32’ Monterey 328SS ‘14 Sale price $115,000 Contact Mike Skreptack 443-336-6243 or

32’ Ocean Yachts Super Sport ’89 Classic Sport fish lines. Extremely well kept & updated! Twin 454 Crusaders. Westerbeke generator. Fish Ready (Down Riggers Included). A/C. new bimini / full enclosure 2015. $53,000 S&J Yachts 410 639-2777.

30’ Monterey 302 ’04 The owner of this boat has left nothing undone, meticulously maintained. T-Volvo Penta 5.0 Duo-prop, Kohler Gen. $45,000 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022

33’ Picnic Cruiser ’07 Downeaster low hr single engine dsl, gps, auto 31’ Bertram Sportfish ’66/’04  pilot, bow thruster, vacu flush toilet, T440 Yanmars, Full Tower, AC, 40 knt refrigerator, propane stove, tv, Cruise, mint WCM Remfg Boat stereo, ac / heat. Excellent inside and $199,900. 610-299-3598 Upper out. $129,900 717 439-9730 Chesapeake Yacht Sales 31’ Silverton Flybridge Convertible ’94  T 260-hp, Air, mint condition $24,900 (610-299-3598) Upper Chesapeake Yacht Sales.

33’ Sea Ray ’97 330 Sundancer Twin Mercruiser 7.4L310 hp I/B Gas - $49,500 Contact Tommy at (410) 867-9550 or 33’ Southport 33 ’18 Ready for Spring Delivery. Twin 300-hp engines and new mezzanine seating. Call for pricing. 410-280-2038.

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Surf Hunter 33 ’07 Rare jet option on the popular Ray Hunt design is perfect for the shallow Chesapeake!! A beautiful boat with a great ride and shallow draft. Asking $275,00 Composite Yacht 410 476-4414.

34’ Mainship Pilot Rum Runner II ‘05 Exceptionally clean, Downeast style Mainship with twin 240-hp Yanmars, 5 kW Generator, A/C, 2014 electronics, 2017 Sunbrella cockpit upholstery, dodger / bimini / enclosure & more. $129,000 S&J Yachts 410 639-2777. 34’ Meridian 341 ’05 Well maintained, spacious salon and two staterooms. T-Merc. Horizon MPI & Kohler Gen. Owner is moving up to larger Meridian. $109,500 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022

34’ Marine Trader ’74 $46,850 Quentin Haynie (804) 577-7227

34’ Wilber 34 ’96 Beautifully cared for 35’ Marlago ’07 Verado 275s with and updated. Newer Electronics, Cat HD lower units and only 565 hrs, lift 3208, updated canvas & Bow Thruster. kept, no bottom paint, new cushions & Professionally maintained and shows covers, never in salt water, boat is like a much newer boat. Asking perfect. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (M), 34’ Sea Ray 340 Sundancer ’01  $165,000 Call Rod 410-269-0939 Above average condition with low hours on T-MerCruisers. Props 35’ Four Winns 358 Vista  36’ Albin 36 Flybridge Trawler ‘78  reconditioned in March 2018. Bottom Twin Mercruiser 377 RWC EDI 320-hp Perfect Looper or ICW cruiser, paint in 2017. $69,500 Sassafras Harbor I/O Gas $135,900 - Contact Tommy at Many upgrades and no teak decks! (410) 867-9550 or Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022. $57,500. On the hard in Deltaville VA Call 804 436-4484 or email 35’ Goudy & Stevens Flybridge ’59 Beautifully restored wood motor yacht, a head turner & classic. Low hrs on Yanmar dsl, sleeps 4, 1 head. $169,000. Contact David Cox 410-310-3476 or

34’ Venture Center Console ’06, 2015 Yamaha 300 Four Strokes with 160 hrs, new Garmin touchscreens and HD Radar, AGM batteries, just detailed, boat is perfect. $149,000, Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (M),

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36’ Legacy 36 ’19 Hull #19 Time to make modifications to specs. Galley up, convertible dinette below, great island owners cabin. Single Cummins dsl, upgraded to 520-hp. Genset, thruster & MORE! Available July 2018 . Call CYS Broker today for more info. 410 269-0939.



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Brokerage & Classified 38’ True North 38 ’07 Single 480-hp Yanmar dsl, modern styled Downeast yacht with flybridge, sleeps 4, entertains 10 - 12. $299,000. Contact Tommy Harken 843-830-4483 or

36’ Riviera Sport Yacht ’17 Brand New Boat at a brokerage price, Volvo IPS400s, joystick, Garmin glass cockpit. Amazing layout & performance. Full warranty. $459,000. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (M), 37’ Cobalt 373 ’09 Meticulously maintained, 328 hours of use, fully loaded and many custom extras, lift kept. $269,000. Contact Jack McGuire 401-290-7066.

39’ Sea Ray ’87 T/7.4, gen, gen, AC Nice Cond. Reduced to $22,900 for quick sale. Out of State Seller. (610) 299-3598 Upper Chesapeake Yacht Sales.

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37’ President ’88 Double Cabin Twin Detroit V8 250-hp Diesels - 8 KW Westerbeke genset - Air Con And More- All the comforts of home - Great live aboard OR Cruiser! Reduced / Asking $58,000 Call Ken 410-269-0939

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39’ Silverton 392 MY ’99 Spacious, full width salon/galley. Forward and aft staterooms with 2 full heads. T-Merc. Garmin Electronics. $94,900 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022


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39’ Meridian 391 Sedan ’07 Cummins 380 Common Rail dsls, just serviced, Sat TV, Yacht Controller, GOST security system, great layout and condition. $235,000 Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (M),

37’ Sea Ray ’16 370 Sundancer Twin Mercruiser 8.2 MAG SC Axius Bravo 3 I/O Gas w/ factory warranty - $329,000 - Contact Fred Beu at (410) 604-4300 or

41’ IP SP Cruiser ’10 Thinking of switching from sail to power? Not ready? We have the boat for you! Sit inside in comfort & trim all sails at the push of a button. Enjoy sailing or power like a displacement trawler. $309,000 S&J Yachts 410 639-2777. 41’ Maxum ’98 4100 SCA Twin Mercury V8 300-hp I/B Gas $83,500 Contact Fred Beu at (410) 604-4300 or

37’ Sea Ray Sundancer ’95 T/7.4 V Drives, gen, AC, very nice. $54,900 610-299-3598, Upper Chesapeake Yacht Sales. Chris Craft Catalina 372 Double Cabin M/Y. ’88. Very nice example. Two double cabins, 2 heads, AC, Genset, twin 270 hp FWC Crusaders w/ appx. 1200 hrs. Call Todd Taylor, Boat Donation Program Dir. 410-745-4990 or 38’ Carver 38 Aft Cabin ’89 Nice shape. Twin Merc 7.4 Bluewater Series V-8 s. Beamy and comfortable. $44,900. Peter Bass 757-679-6991 or

42’ Legacy 42 ’18 Available Now. Twin Volvo IPS - thrusters - genset. Lots of Std equipment & easy to add your custom specs prior to completion. Quality build by Tartan, great competitive incentives & summer delivery! Contact CYS Today. 410-269-0939

42’ Lyman-Morse Monhegan flybridge ’13 She’s pristine in her custom shed in Thomaston ME. Built by Lyman Morse, designed by C. Raymond Hunt, this Hamilton HJ322 twin jet propelled, Caterpillar C-9 powered yacht will cruise at 24-34 knots! Exquisite interior finish, top electronics, beyond belief! Contact John Kaiser @ 443-223-7864. Asking $1,500,000, replacement in excess of 2.5M.

42’ Nautique 42 ’88 Cockpit / Motor Yacht - Great layout, 2 private strms and heads, Cat 3208 dsls. Well maintained & equipped. Great live Aboard layout & features. Asking $64,900 Excellent value! Call Dave 410-269-0939

42’ Sabre Hardtop Express ’05 Top cond., very clean, stored indoors, recently Awlgrip painted, great cruiser. Yanmar 440s 1,150 hrs. 1000 hr service being done now. Location Maine. $379,000. Call Geoffrey 410-279-4652,

42’ Symbol Sun Deck Trawler ’00 Well equipped, extremely comfortable, very well kept cruising trawler. Northern boat. Winter stored inside. 1092 hrs. $237,000 S&J Yachts 410 639-2777

44’ Riviera 445 SUV ‘16 Full warranties, Volvo IPS600s, joystick, two cabin two head, amazing opportunity. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (m),

44’ Tiara Q44 ’17. One owner, custom built, 32 hours on IPS600s. Full teak decks, hydraulic platform, the new cockpit layout, every option. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (m),

43’ Tiara Sovran ’06 New Listing, Well-Cared for. Owner is upgrading. Ready to Show in Annapolis. $299,000 Call 410-280-2038 or

45’ Provincial ’06 Tough as nails blue water boat in like new cond.. A dive/treasure hunter can be easily converted into a tuna fishing machine. Sistership in TV show Wicked Tuna . $339,900 S&J Yachts 410 639-2777

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46’ Grand Banks ’92 Europa Fabulous layout, consistently updated. Twin Cat 3208. Fresh water use. Onan 12KW Genset. Tremendous care & details, shows like 2000 or newer boat Fresh painted, including cap rails. Asking $325,000 - Call Mike 410-269-0939 46’ Ocean Sunliner ’84 Gen, AC Mint Cond. $72,900 (610) 299-3598 Upper Chesapeake Yacht Sales.

Composite Yacht CY46CB ’18 Built on the Markley 46 hull, no expense was spared on this project. C18 Cat, Genset, inverter, 2 zones of AC. Heavily optioned. Asking $599,000 Composite Yacht 410 476-4414.

Markley/Roe 46 ’05 Well optioned and lightly used. Built to fish or cruise. Cummins power, Genset, AC, everything you need. Asking $284,000 Composite Yacht 410 476-4414. 50’ Sea Ray Sundancer ’92 Low hrs on twin 692 DD, 11KW Gen Set, New Canvas, Nice., Reduced to $74,900 610-299-3598, Upper Chesapeake Yacht Sales.

51’ Vicem ’03, Custom one-owner cold molded Downeast yacht. Upgraded MAN diesels, gorgeous Mahogany interior, great sea boat. Lying Annapolis. $535,000. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (m)

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54’ Riviera Belize Daybridge ’15 Custom layout with lower office, FLIR, every option. Gorgeous yacht and an amazing ride. $1,445,000 Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (m),

57’ Riviera Enclosed Flybridge ’17 Volvo IPS1200s, Seakeeper gyro, 4 yrs of warranty left. Amazing boat with many custom options. Two Riviera owner looking to sell. $1,950,000. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (m),


54’ Riviera Sport Yacht ’17 45 months of Volvo warranty, optional lower lounge layout, boat is loaded with Grand Banks 36 Classic ‘91  Brig tender, spare props and more. W/twin Cummins BTA-5.9 dsls (2600 Asking $1,490,000. Ned Dozier, 443hrs), Onan 4 kw gen., 3 zone AC/heat, 995-0732 (m), full galley, 2 strms w/ heads & showers, quality upholstery. $139,900 Call Mike 55’ Californian Cockpit MY ’86  Johnson Eastport Yacht Sales 888-854-9398. Three stateroom upscale interior. Nice live aboard potential. Powered by T-DD 6V92 & Onan Generator. $169,900 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022 57’ DeFever Performance Offshore Cruiser ’90 Twin 485-hp GM 671TB dsls, stabilizer & bow thruster, 3 staterooms w/ heads & showers. Perfect cruiser or liveaboard. $245,000. Contact Rick Casali 410-279-5309 or

27’ Judge ‘01 Excellent cond., Yamaha 225 4-stroke w/1250 hrs & dealer serviced, top Speed 30kts, second steering, bow thrusters, Venture trailer, 3yr old full cover, head, Garmin, Hummingbird $42,500 neg.

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##Herrington Harbour South circa 1978

##Herrington Harbour today.

Then and Now

Herrington Harbour


ince it was bought by the Chaneys 40 years ago, Herrington Harbour Marinas have been family owned and operated. Among the many changes since he took it over in 1978, Steuart Chaney is most proud of those that improved the environment. “All the shorelines were eroding and unprotected, and the bulkheads were failing. We removed the hard shorelines and put in soft ones to absorb runoff and create a better habitat for wildlife. We established ‘green’ shorelines. This was long before ##Bulkheads 1978

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critical area legislation. It’s just what we wanted to do.” Chaney was told they’d never again see diamondback terrapins in a dirty marina. “A month later, we had one. A lot of the wildlife has returned to the area, such as yellowcrowned night herons. We have strict rules for slipholders to keep their areas clean. The water is cleaner; the shoreline is stabilized. The saltwater marsh has made a big difference.” Steuart, who owns and manages the marinas along with his son Hamilton and daughter Anna, notes that these environmental improvements, including Herring Bay being the only ‘no discharge’ zone on the Chesapeake, have taken place despite the intensified use of the waterfront, having gone from 190 slips to 600 of them. Running Herrington Harbour is “a passion for our family,” notes Steuart. “It’s a good

##Father and son circa 1978

##Steuart and Hamilton Chaney.

thing, too, because we work all the time!” Last month 550 slipholders and customers celebrated the marinas’ 40th anniversary on the beach and enjoyed food, drink, great stories, and old photographs. Happy anniversary to the Chaney family and staff! ■

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