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The New EWE Spirit Fund

A new foundation created in honor of SpinSheet family member Geoff Ewenson.


Holiday Gifts for Sailors

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See the Bay: Chesapeake Holiday Festivities

Outdoor holiday festivities, lights parades, and virtual events to celebrate the season.


Big Apple Pie for a Tiny Galley

The fewer people you have to share it with, the better… rum options included. ##Photo by Heather Capezio

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Restoring a Quirky Old Steel Sailboat

The day she cut the lock off the cabin and saw the inside of her boat for the first time held a lot of surprises. By Kelsey Bonham


Championship Racing

The Chesapeake fall schedule was jampacked with championships; find results and photos here.

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Photographer Will Keyworth took this month’s cover shot of Ken Comerford’s J/111 Moneypenny team at Storm Trysail’s Annapolis Fall Regatta and ORC East Coast Championship October 23-25.

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##The “EWE Spirit” flag flown in honor of Geoff Ewenson at the 505 East Coast Championships at Hampton YC. Photo by Kathy Wheeler

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Thank You, SpinSheet Readers!


hen SpinSheet family member Geoff Ewenson died unexpectedly October 14, it rocked our world in the worst way. From the very moment the terrible news hit the air waves (which happens quickly in this digital world), condolences and offers of help started to pour in. Calls and emails from sailors as close as Eastport and as far as New Zealand offered kind words. Nearby friends offered to answer our phones, deliver magazines, write stories, walk dogs, or make food. Friends from afar said they would edit articles or source photos if we needed it. Our phones rang like crazy, our email boxes were full, and we had plenty of food. We received so many flowers that we had to decide which would stay at the SpinSheet Headquarters and which we’d deliver to Mary’s house. We were overwhelmed with your love—and that was truly a comforting feeling, thank you. Seeing friends driving around with “EWE” stickers on their cars and race committees flying the “EWE Spirit” flag in honor of Geoff reminds us of the positive impact he had on so many lives. To learn about the foundation Mary has formed in his honor, turn to page 12. The entire SpinSheet team is grateful for your kindness. Happy holidays! ~M.W.


Sailing South on the Corsica

and my friend Jeff, both on our C 42s Charis and Truly, were out for a four-day cruise in September with two other boats. We were leaving the Corsica River on the Chester on the 20th and headed south. The wind was perfect for the A sails and our friend on his C 38 caught this picture. Thought you might enjoy a pic that captures the great fall sailing on the Bay. Keep up the great work with the magazine. I enjoy every edition. Dave Sandowich Chester, MD

Remembering the Cape Town to Rio Race

##Ed Hartman’s Ma’m’selle.


razy year, but SpinSheet keeps us beautifully connected. Thank you. January is the 50th anniversary of the first Capetown to Rio Race. Among U.S. entries were Dick Zantzinger’s Molly Brown, Bates McKee’s Xanadu II, and Ed Hartman’s Ma’m’selle. Some are gone, but many are still around. I sailed on Ma’m’selle. Ed and John Melvin and I are still kicking. Mark Kiefaber (copied on this email) was aboard Molly Brown. Other crews are reachable, too. It might be great to celebrate it a little in SpinSheet. It was all the news at the time! Thanks for your consideration. Also, I am so sad to hear of Geoff Ewenson’s death. Tremendous legacy and friend of all. Please give Mary my very best. Totch Hartge Thank you for the kind words and thank you for the tip and contacts, Totch. I will follow up on them. ~M.W.

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Another Year, Another Century Club


unsets, happy kids, sailors laughing, and racers goofing off between starts… these are a few of the images you will see if you flip through the 2020 SpinSheet Century Club Leaderboard page, where our club members have kept their digital logs at If you’re suffering from the “fall back” autumnal blues, I highly recommend you click around on that page and see what the 2020 season looked like for those diehard sailors who have logged—or are soon to reach—their 100 days on the water for the calendar year. Their photos speak volumes for the joy that sailing and life on the water bring, especially in this wildly unusual year. SpinSheet’s new online leaderboard system is far from perfect. Laser sailor Kelly McMurray tops the board with 218 days (go, Kelly!). Unluckily for Kelly, the two boaters who’ve each won our Erewhon Award in years past for logging the most on-water days in the calendar year, Dave Nestel and Sean Martin, maintain their own tracking systems rather than

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post online. These guys are insane in their dedication to getting on the water. Last year, Dave and Sean were neck in neck by clocking 278 and 276 days respectively. We won’t know their final 2020 numbers, or those of a new winner, until January 1. At print time, 35 sailors (who are keeping track via the website) had reached or exceeded 100 days, and a dozen more will have done so by the time you read this. Your loyal editor announced a year ago my intention to hit 100 in 2020. As of today, I am at 74 days. Even if I take advantage of those 10 free “stay-at-home” sailing activities from the spring, I will still have to get out on the water 16 more days by December 31 to hit 100. I’m not yet admitting defeat, but I can guesstimate the probability of my putting on a wetsuit/ drysuit and booties to paddle 16 more times in the next 45 days… It’s not looking good, my friends. This counting game is not for everyone, but even for those of us who don’t

quite reach the finish line, it gives us an extra nudge to get out on the water more often—and for me, that equals therapy. Reading SpinSheet Century Club members’ stories and seeing their awesome photos always inspires me to hatch future adventures. If you are an aspiring Centurion who has not yet updated your log online, visit to do so. For you old-school sailors who can’t quite figure out the digital upload, I look forward to seeing your emailed log, which you may send to by the first week in January. If you’re an active racer, perhaps the SpinSheet Racing Team is more your style. Turn to page 52 or click to to see if you’ve qualified for this year’s team. Happy holidays!

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The New EWE Spirit Fund in Honor of Geoff Ewenson

ailors around the world who knew Annapolis sailor Geoff Ewenson recognize the distinctive “EWE” lettering with which he marked his lifejackets and other gear. After his sudden passing at the age of 50 from a heart attack October 14, close friends banded together and created “EWE” stickers, which became available on Facebook for donations for causes honoring Geoff ’s joyful and giving spirit. Although she was not involved with the stickers, Geoff’s wife (and SpinSheet publisher), Mary Ewenson, was moved by the gesture and the quick spread of stickers around town. She says, “Geoff loved stickers, and he loved branding our gear with that EWE! It’s the perfect tribute.” At print time 1500 stickers had been sent out to friends and acquaintances who wanted to honor Geoff’s memory.

The blue stickers now adorn bumpers, booms, transoms, and boat trailers from Newport, RI, to Santa Barbara, CA, and in Europe and down under. Proceeds from sticker donations— already exceeding $5000—have gone toward the EWE Spirit Fund, a newly formed fund at the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County dedicated to Geoff’s giving spirit. Mary, who is the founder, is in the process of forming a board of directors and writing a mission and vision for the foundation. In their 23 years together, Geoff and Mary donated their time and energy to a number of community organizations, some sailing-related, such as Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating and the U.S. Naval Academy, and some unrelated, such as the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County. One of Geoff’s favorite organizations was

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Athletes Serving Athletes, for which he acted as a “WingMan,” running in road races empowering wheelchairbound athletes over the finish line. Mary says, “We have not yet chosen the causes that will benefit from the fund, but they will be in line with what was most important to Geoff.” To learn more about the EWE Spirit Fund, to make a donation, or to obtain a sticker visit Mail donations are also welcome: Write checks to EWE Spirit (send to SpinSheet, 612 Third St., Suite #3C, Annapolis, MD 21403). To see and share photos of EWE stickers spotted in boat parks and on cars around the world visit ewespirit. Mary, Geoff’s family, and the team at SpinSheet are so thankful for the outpouring of support for EWE Spirit.

The EWE Spirit Fund is a Donor Advised Fund at the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County (CFAAC) established in memory of Geoff Ewenson to support organizations and programs that will continue Geoff’s legacy of helping those most in need.

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Think Before You Shrink

he Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) encourages owners of small boats to “Think Before You Shrink� this year and convert to reusable materials for their winter covering. The goal is to reduce plastic waste and alleviate disposal issues caused by removing shrink wrap every spring. Semi-custom, reusable covers are readily available for most small boats at about the same cost as two years of shrink wrap. The reusable covers last five to 10 years and can be repaired or cleaned by canvas shops to extend their life. Installing a reusable cover on a small boat is easy and protects as well as plastic, and semi-custom reusable covers are available via online retailers for many boats. ##Winter prep is underway at Bert Jabin Yacht Yard in Annapolis. Photo by Mariah Cook

Recycling shrink wrap material is costly, time consuming, and difficult. The Maryland Clean Marina Program has created a free poster for marinas, boatyards, and yacht clubs to share this message with boaters. Boaters can ask their marina or local marine retailer for help purchasing, cleaning, or repairing their covers. A list of marinas and canvas workers can be found on the Marine Trades Association of Maryland (MTAM) website or in the Guide to Marine Services produced by MTAM each year. The Clean Marina Program is also updating its award criteria to encourage marine facilities to promote reusable covers where practical and to properly recycle shrink wrap in the spring. Marinas, boatyard, and yacht clubs interested in seeking the Maryland Clean Marina designation are encouraged to visit the program website and to contact donna.morrow@ with any questions. December 2020 13


##Joanne Prager smashes a champagne bottle across the bowsprit.

##Tom Campbell of Campbell’s Boatyards in Oxford and his team spent more than 14 months restoring the 1932 log canoe.

##The seven-log hulled canoe was lifted and carried back to the Bay.


Log Canoe Flying Cloud Re-Launched

he Chesapeake Bay sailing log canoe Flying Cloud was re-christened and re-launched on Saturday, October 17 after two years of planning and restoration completed at Campbell’s Boatyards in Oxford, MD. The nonprofit Flying Cloud Log Canoe Preservation Trust, Ltd. hosted the reception and led the fundraising efforts needed for the critical work required to return the historic log canoe to competitive sailing form. Trust members Ned Hennighausen (president), Langley Shook, Capt. Kenneth Reightler, Jr., and the Hon. John C. North II addressed Cloud’s supporters at an outdoor reception at Campbell Boatyard’s Bachelors Point before a toast was raised, and Joanne Prager ceremoniously smashed a champagne bottle across Flying Cloud’s bowsprit. Trust members Allan Noble and Alexa Seip joined nearly 70 socially distanced and masked guests as the seven-log hulled canoe was then lifted and carried back to the Chesapeake Bay’s waters and the Tred Avon River. Flying Cloud is the second largest sailing log canoe still under sail, and was built on Tilghman Island, MD, in 1932 by the legendary John B. Harrison. A year earlier, he had also built Flying Cloud’s sister ship, Jay Dee, the largest log canoe still in the fleet. “Flying Cloud was designed to beat the best log canoes of the day,” said Hennighausen. “Her elegant lines, Honduran 14 December 2020

mahogany decks, and crew outfitted in white uniforms surely created a striking image on the water. Now, we can’t wait to see her out on the water and under sail again for next year’s sailing season.” Flying Cloud is recognized on the National Register of Historic Places and races under the number 22, requiring as many as 18 crew to campaign her. Cloud will receive restored rigging and new sails over the winter months, with a shakedown cruise led by Reightler, who was named Flying Cloud’s skipper in October 2019. Capt. Reightler also has an important family connection with Cloud— John B. Harrison is his great-grandfather. Reightler is also a retired astronaut and the U.S. Naval Academy’s Distinguished Chair in Space Science. He serves as a volunteer coach for the U.S. Naval Academy’s Varsity Offshore Sailing Team and is an instructor-skipper and officer in tactical command for the Offshore Sail Training Squadron. Reightler’s log canoe experience started at an early age, serving as “bail boy” and progressing through boardsman, trimmer, tactician, and helmsman. For the past 15 seasons, he has been a regular crewman on the log canoe Island Bird. The Paul B. Prager family of St. Michaels, MD, provided a $75,000 challenge match towards Flying Cloud’s renovation in October 2019. Paul Prager is a U.S. Naval Academy graduate, CEO and

chairman of Beowulf Energy, and principal of Bluepoint Hospitality Group in Easton, MD. A new Prager Family Trophy is to be awarded at the end of each sailing season to the log canoe winning the most sanctioned races on the Miles River. The Prager Family Trophy includes a metal sculpture of Flying Cloud by John C. North, II, with the annual winners receiving a keeper trophy to commemorate their victories. In 2014, Noble donated Flying Cloud to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD. Due to the museum’s heavy shipyard schedule, the log canoe was deaccessioned from CBMM’s collection. Noble says the Trust raised more than $150,000 to fully fund the restoration. Of significant help was a $20,000 donation from an anonymous donor, and 25 donated, limited edition prints of Cloud from artist Marc Castelli. “Flying Cloud is an exceptional artifact of this sailing tradition unique to the Eastern Shore. Her careful restoration and return to the racing circuit are imperative if we are to preserve this piece of our maritime heritage,” said Hennighausen. The trust continues to seek donors, former crew members, and other interested parties to help campaign Flying Cloud for next year’s log canoe races. To make a donation or to volunteer to join her new crew, please contact Ned Hennighausen at


Baby, It’s Cold Outside (And So Is the Water)

ttention frostbiters and all other winter sailors! We don’t have to tell you that the waters of the Chesapeake Bay are cold this time of year. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure when it comes to cold water safety, so here are a few fast and easy tips: “Dress for the water temperature, not the air temperature,” says Bill Smith of the Chesapeake Paddlers Association (CPA). As an active paddler, Smith knows well that a warm day in winter will beckon us to get out on the water. “Cold water shock and hypothermia are real dangers,” he says. “Cold water shock happens almost instantly when someone is immersed in cold water, and it can be deadly because of the gasp reflex and the loss of strength, which can happen quickly. Hypothermia takes a little more time to set in, but it can quickly affect your mind and your ability to make good decisions.”

Always wear a wellfitting PFD and proper protective gear and ask everyone in your boat to do the same. Smith suggests a wetsuit for water temperatures between 50 and 60 degrees, and a dry suit for colder water. File a float plan to let some##Frostbite racing at Herrington Harbour Sailing Association 2019. Photo by Lauren Mahoney one know where you’ll be and when you expect to return. Check the weather Another good piece of advice for frequently because things can change anyone in cold water is to remember fast on the Bay. the Heat-Escape-Lessening Position Although big boat sailors don’t (HELP) position: If you’re wearing really intend to get wet, we will all do a lifejacket, draw your knees up towell to remember the 1-10-1 pringether, keep your arms tightly against ciple: If you fall into cold water, you your sides or wrapped around your have one minute to get your breathing knees, and lean your head back to under control; you have 10 minutes of keep your face out of the water. The meaningful movement to get to your National Weather Service has more destination; and you have one hour tips and cold weather facts here: before you become unconscious due to hypothermia.

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DockTalk ##Editor Beth Crabtree and her family on a past First Day Hike at Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary.


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ur staff are big fans of First Day Hikes, part of a nationwide initiative led by America’s State Parks to encourage people to get outdoors. On New Year’s Day, hundreds of free, guided hikes will be organized in all 50 states. Below are some scheduled January 1 hikes in our region, but as events are ever-changing these days, be sure to check event websites directly for current information. You can also choose to strike out on your own at your favorite park. Join Montgomery Parks at Black Hill Regional Park from 1 to 3 p.m. for a hike starting at the Black Hill Visitor Center. The group will hike two-three miles on natural surface terrain. Intended for all ages. 10 a.m. at Deep Creek Lake State Park. Presented by the Deep Creek Lake Discovery Center. Stay tuned for more details at 16 December 2020

Marsh in the New Year: 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Rogues Harbor Area of Elk Neck State Park, upper parking lot by the trail head. Join a park ranger for a revitalizing two-mile hike on the Beaver Marsh Loop and let the tides wash away your worries. The hike will lead to an observation platform where participants can clear their minds while taking in the watery wonderland and continuing the hike where it will end on a sandy shoreline of the Elk River. Dogs on a leash are welcome. This hike is not stroller friendly. Donations welcomed! Day use fees waived for first-day hikers, but reservations are required: contact Ranger Shawna Staup (410) 287-5333. Third Annual First Day Hike at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Join volunteer naturalists, Mike Quinlan and Gordon Reynolds, on an exploration of the Sanctuary’s extensive trail system. See what the Sanctuary

looks like naked when the leaves are off the trees. Dress for the weather. Sturdy footwear, binoculars, and cameras recommended. Ages 10 and older. Free. Registration required at Virginia: All 39 Virginia state parks will offer First Day Hikes. In addition to the scheduled guided hikes, feel free to create your own experience. General maps are available on the website, and more detailed maps are available on the Virginia State Parks app and can be cached in advance so you can use them even when you don’t have a cell signal. Participate in this year’s New Year Challenge and photo contest by completing a hike before midnight on January 1. Sign up by December 31 to be eligible, then take a photo on January 1 at one of the Virginia state parks and upload the photo to the contest site before 11:59 p.m. on January 1. Find a park near you at dcr.


Cool Virtual Tours of Tangier Island and Pocomoke River

Chesapeake Conservancy execuhesapeake Conservancy has released tive vice president Mark Conway says, new virtual tours of Tangier Island and the Pocomoke River. The tours “Tangier Island, the Pocomoke River, and their surrounding landscapes are are similar to what people experience with important, not only to the natural beauty Google Street View but from the perspecof the Chesapeake but to the cultural tive of the water rather than the street. The tours are part of the Chesapeake Conservancy’s Riverview Series, ##The photo boat that documents which includes 14 Chesapeake the tours. Photo by Terrain 360 waterways and special places. Chesapeake Conservancy’s Riverview partner, Terrain360, is a geospatial mapping company that utilizes a custom-made boat outfitted with six cameras, mounted 10 feet above the water’s surface which capture 360-degree images. These cameras are controlled by a central computer which also captures GIS data, weather data, light data, and directional data in 40-foot intervals. heritage of the region. Document“Capturing Tangier Island at a point in ing Tangier Island for this and future time has been on our bucket list for a long generations is critical to preserving its time,” says Ryan Abrahamsen, founder of history and heritage. Rising sea levels Terrain360. “We hope this imagery will preserve memories of the island far into the brought on by climate change, combined future.” with the gradual land subsidence and

erosion of the island are a major threat to Tangier’s unique culture and history. We’re also excited to document the 73-mile long pristine Pocomoke River, which is home to the Great Cypress Swamp, hundreds of species of birds, and many preserves and parks.” “Pocomoke River and Tangier Sound still retain landscapes and views evocative of the time when the region’s riches sustained Native families in food, supplies, and trade goods,” says Kym Hall, National Park Service superintendent for the Colonial National Historical Park and the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail. “It’s gratifying that, through our partnership with Chesapeake Conservancy, people everywhere can ride along and see these places on the Chesapeake National Historic Trail.” Visit to view all 14 virtual tours and vignettes of special places in the Chesapeake.

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Just One “Rainbowrific” Sail By Cindy Wallach


hen you’re trying to encourage your kid to sail, you’ll go all out, if you’re a sailor yourself. My daughter had just finished her SpinSheet Century Club goal of 100 days of boating, and she had overcome some past fears by starting to sail a secondhand Opti I got on Craigslist. It was almost her 10th birthday. As a birthday gift and high five for all her hard work and determination, I decided to get her a sail that matches her personality. Plain white didn’t cut it. This girl needed all the colors. I started calling and emailing the sail lofts close to home. I explained that I don’t need a class-legal Opti racing sail, just a basic one with all the colors for a little girl who loves to sail with her dog and chase birds. I was told by every sail loft I called, “No sorry, not worth our time to make one small sail. If you wanted

10 Opti sails or one big expensive sail, sure we’re your guys.” It was not worth their time to make one Opti “rainbowrific” sail. I reached out on social media, asking on the Women Who Sail Chesapeake group if anyone knew a sailmaker who would make me a little rainbowrific sail? I was told enthusiastically by many that I needed to contact Jerry Latell of Evolution Sails Chesapeake in Delatville, VA. So, I did. He got back to me right away. “A colorful Opti sail is totally worth our time. When is her birthday? We have a fair amount going on, but could make it happen in the next few weeks,” he said. Jerry made exactly what I wanted, on time, and on budget. Big shout out to Jerry at Evolution Sails for making birthday sailing dreams come true and helping encourage the next generation of sailors.

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5:30 p.m., hosted by Hard Yacht Cafe in Dundalk, MD. Stay tuned to Bear Creek Sailing’s Facebook page as the event gets closer for updates on the parade route and the best viewing locations.


Solomons Lighted Boat Parade

Beginning at dusk at the Solomons Yachting Center and ending along the Riverwalk at approximately 7:15 p.m. Sail and powerboats are welcome, and a captain’s meeting covering the route, safety issues, and rules for judging will begin at 5:15 p.m. at the Solomons Yachting Center. To register, contact Anthony Baratta of SIYC at (814) 777-5654 or


Viking Yuletide Celebration

During this family-friendly event, you can learn about the ancient Norse influences on modern Christmas culture, enjoy demonstrations of traditional crafts and sport, play games, and enjoy a proper Victorian display. Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Watermen’s Museum in Yorktown, VA. Free.


Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival

Noon to 5 p.m. on the first block of West Street in Annapolis. Start off the December holiday season with some fun and indulge your sweet tooth at this annual festival to benefit the Annapolis Arts District. Admission: $5.


St. Clement’s Island Museum Holiday Open House

12 to 4 p.m. at the St. Clement’s Island Museum in Coltons Point, MD. Enjoy the opening of the St. Clement’s Island Christmas Doll and Train Exhibit inside the museum with take-home kids activities, music, take-home refreshments, and much more. Free admission.


Festive Fridays in Cape Charles, VA

From 5 to 8 p.m., celebrate with carriage Yorktown Christmas Market rides, street performers, live local music, restaurant specials, food trucks, B&Bs, on Main Santa and Mrs. Claus, and kids’ activities. Close to 60 vendors will line up on Historic Main Street in a socially distanced Free. set-up, selling everything from local art, SpinSheet Happy Hour: Meet such as paintings, jewelry, and photography, the Sailing Press  to breads, sweets, and other goodies. Get Grab a Mount Gay drink or a mocktail your greenery and Christmas wreaths, too. and join us for SpinSheet Happy Hour on



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Midnight Madness in Annapolis


Christmas in St. Michaels Boat Parade

Historic Annapolis shops throw open their doors in a glorified block party that is open to all. Enjoy musical performances as well as food and refreshments at many stores as you stroll along Main Street, State Circle and Maryland Avenue, and the Arts District in search of that perfect gift.

6 to 7 p.m. in St. Michaels Harbor, MD. Since many of the charitable events that CISM normally sponsors are not possible this season, they are presenting a Boat Parade to brighten the season and to raise money for local charities. If you can participate, contact Dennis Glackin at 610608-1743 or for more information.

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Hampton Holly Days Parade

Bring your entire family to Downtown Hampton, VA, for the Peninsula’s largest illuminated parade. The best view is along Settlers Landing road, from the Crowne Plaza heading beyond the Virginia Air and Space Museum. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Before the parade, make ornaments, enjoy live Christmas music, train displays, and more from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hampton History Museum Holly Days Open House, and from 1 to 6 p.m. take a ride at the Hampton Carousel. It’s all free!


SpinSheet Happy Hour: Mount Gay Rum Red Hat Madness!

Grab a Mount Gay drink or a mocktail and join us for SpinSheet Happy Hour on Facebook Live from 5-6 p.m. as we ask sailors to share pictures of and stories about their favorite Mount Gay hats. Best hat story earns you a special prize!


Midnight Madness in Annapolis

Historic Annapolis shops throw open their doors in a glorified block party that is open to all. Enjoy musical performances as well as food and refreshments at many stores as you stroll along Main Street, State Circle and Maryland Avenue, and the Arts District in search of that perfect gift.

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Sundays at Annapolis Yacht Club.


HYC Gaboon Race

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Jan 1 Lights on the Bay

Don’t miss this spectacular drivethrough holiday lights show beside the Chesapeake Bay. The event features more than 60 animated and stationary displays, including traditional Maryland-themed favorites, holiday, and children’s displays. Proceeds benefit the SPCA of Anne Arundel County. Admission: $15, car; $50, bus. From 5 – 10 p.m. nightly, weather permitting.


AMM Virtual Winter Lecture Series: the Ghost Ships of Archangel

William Geroux, award-winning journalist and author discusses “The Ghost Ships of Archangel,” which chronicles the desperate voyage of Allied convoy PQ-17 from Iceland to Arctic Russia in the summer of 1942. 7 p.m. $10 for non-members, free for members.


AMM Virtual Winter Lecture Series: The Delights and Dilemmas of the Chesapeake Bay

Dave Harp, professional photographer and filmmaker presents photographs from his exploration of the Bay’s edges. His photography emphasizes the beauty of the Bay’s vast world and what we will lose if we don’t pay attention to the natural systems that sustain it. Showing of the short film “Nassawango Forever.” 7 p.m. $10 for nonmembers, free for members.


Boat Maryland Safe Boating Course

Presented by America’s Boating Club Rockville via Zoom from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. both days. This state approved course fulfills all legal requirements, provides you with a solid foundation for boating, and gives you a Maryland Boating Certificate card which you need to legally operate a boat. This is an instructor led course. Attendance at all online sessions is required. The online test can be taken at your convenience. Cost: $10. Registration deadline January 15:


AMM Virtual Winter Lecture Series: Teaching the Chesapeake: Lessons from the Last Half-Century

Tom Horton, award-winning author, journalist, and Bay educator discusses the key lessons learned from his 50 years of experience with the Bay as a journalist. “Save the Bay” a discussion on everything from invasive species to better comprehending what the ‘pristine’ Bay was and wasn’t. 7 p.m. $10 for non-members, free for members.

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512 NOAA Tide Predictions StationId: 8638863 NOS/CO-OPS Source: NOAA/NOS/CO-OPS imary Station Type: Primary T_LDT imore, Fort McHenry, PatapscoTime River, MD,2020 Zone: LST_LDT Datum: MLLW



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NOAA Tidal Current Predictions

NOAA Tidal Current Predictions

Su M Su 9 W M Su M F Th W F Th 9 24 24 9 Sandy 24 9Th WBay 9Sa Henry 24 Sa F more Harbor (off Point), 2020 Chesapeake Ent., 2.024 n.mi. N of 01:30AM Approach 04:36AM -1.1E 01:30AM 04:42AM -1.8E 01:06AM 04:12AM -0.9E -1.1E 01:48AM 05:12AM -1.4E -0.9E 02:36AM 05:54AM -1.3E Lt., 01:00AM -1.3E -1.1E 01:48AM 01:06AM -1.9E 01:18AM 01:30AM -1.3ECape 01:30AM -1.9E 2020 01:36AM -1.2E Time Zone: M Tu W Th 02:06AM -1.2E 02:06AM -1.0E 02:30AM FLST/LDT Tu 04:24AM W Th 01:30AM 04:00AM 0.6F 02:18AM 04:42AM 0.5F 02:24AM 04:36AM Sa 0.5F 02:54AM 05:06AM M 0.4F


08:54PM 11:24PM 0.8F 09:12PM 08:54PM 11:42PM 11:24PM 1.0F 0.8F 09:30PM 09:12PM 11:30PM 08:54PM 11:42PM 11:24PM 0.5F 1.0F 0.8F 10:06PM 09:30PM 09:12PM 11:30PM 11:42P 0 04:24PM 07:54PM 04:12PM 04:24PM 07:48PM 07:54PM 1.3F 0.9F 0.9F 03:42PM 04:12PM 07:36PM 04:24PM 07:48PM 07:54PM 1.0F 1.3F -0.7E 0.9F 04:30PM 03:42PM 08:12PM 04:12PM 07:36PM 07:48PM 1.1F 1.0F 1.3F 04:00PM 04:30PM 07:54PM 03:42PM 08:12PM 07:36PM 0.9F 1.1F 06:42AM 1.0F 05:18PM 04:00PM 08:42PM 04:30PM 07:54PM 08:12PM 0.9F 0.9F 08:42AM 1.1F 05:18PM 04:00PM 08:42PM 07:54PM 0.9F 0.9F 05: 03:12AM 06:30AM 09:24AM 12:18PM 0.6F 03:06AM 0.9F 06:30AM -0.8E 09:06AM 12:24PM 10:54AM -0.6E 04:30AM 07:54AM -0.7E 06:42AM 09:54AM -1.0E 05:30AM 08:48AM -0.9E 08:00AM 10:36AM -0.9E 09:30AM -1.0E 11:12PM 09:48AM 01:06PM 0.8F 11:18PM 11:12PM 11:06PM 11:18PM 11:12PM 11:36PM 11:06PM 11:18PM 1.4F 11:24PM 11:36PM 11:06PM 0.7F 11:54PM 11:24PM 11:36PM1.2F 11:54PM 11:24PM0.5F 11: 03:24PM 06:06PM -0.5E 04:00PM 1.4F 06:54PM -0.7E 09:36AM 1.3F 01:12PM 1.0F 10:42AM 02:30PM 12:54PM 04:18PM 11:24AM 03:00PM 02:00PM 04:54PM 12:12PM 03:30PM 02:12PM 04:24PM

4 19 14 1976.3683° Latitude: W 4 29 439.0130° 29 N Longitude: 14 Mean Flood Dir. 25° (T) Mean Ebb Dir. 189° (T)

19 14


1976.0182° 29 N Longitude: 14 Latitude:436.9594° W Mean Flood Dir. 297° (T) Mean Ebb Dir. 112° (T)


07:18AM 11:12AM 1.7F 07:36AM 11:00AM 1.5F 07:54AM 11:24AM 2.3F 07:00AM 10:54AM 1.6F 08:18AM 11:48AM 2.1F 09:12AM 12:18PM 1.5F 08:54PM 0.6F 04:30PM 07:24PM -0.6E 10:12PM 04:48PM 07:48PM -0.7E 06:24PM 09:42PM 08:12PM 10:48PM 06:36PM 09:48PM 07:54PM 10:36PM -0.9E 06:48PM 10:06PM 07:24PM 10:42PM -1.0E 01:36AM 04:12AM 07:12AM 1.3F -0.9E 04:54AM 08:36AM 1.4F -0.9E 04:12AM 07:30AM 2.2F -1.1E 04:30AM 08:00AM 04:36AM 08:06AM 2.5F -1.4E 04:30AM 08:00AM 1.7F-1.0E 54AM 08:24AM 06:06AM 08:24AM 0.4F 06:12AM 08:54AM 0.7F 02:06AM 05:12AM -1.0E 1.6F 02:18AM 02:06AM 05:36AM 05:12AM -1.6E-1.0E 01:36AM 02:18AM 04:48AM 02:06AM 05:36AM -0.8E 05:12AM -1.6E 12:18AM 02:18AM 04:48AM 05:36A 0.7F-0 07:00AM 10:00AM -0.7E 06:36AM 09:42AM -0.8E 05:36PM 07:12AM 10:06AM -0.6E 07:24AM 10:18AM -0.5E 02:42PM -1.0E 03:00PM 05:42PM -1.5E 02:36PM 05:42PM -1.0E 03:42PM 06:30PM -1.2E 04:06PM 06:42PM -0.9E 02:54PM 06:00PM -1.0E 11:18PM 10:30PM 02:24AM 02:36AM 02:24AM -1.1E -0.8E 02:30AM 02:36AM -0.9E 02:24AM -1.1E -0.8E 03:00AM -1.1E 02:36AM -0.9E -1.1E 02:48AM 03:00AM 02:30AM -1.1E -0.9E11:42AM 03:18AM -1.0E 03:00AM -0.9E -1.1E 03:18AM 02:48AM -1.0E -0.9E 10:18AM 01:18PM -1.4E 02:42PM -1.1E 11:06AM 01:48PM -1.6E 11:48AM 02:30PM -1.1E 11:48AM 02:30PM -1.6E 11:54AM 02:42PM 5 20 5-0.9E 502:48AM 20 508:42AM 20 502:54AM 20 Su -0.6E M -0.8E W Th F02:30AM Sa 08:06AM 1.5F 08:42AM 08:06AM 2.3F 1.5F 07:36AM 11:36AM 08:06AM 11:42AM 1.6F -1.2E 2.3F 1.5F 07:36AM 06:18AM 08:42AM 11:36AM -1.2E 12:18P 15 W Th Sa Su M Tu 12AM 01:54PM 11:06AM 01:36PM -0.4E 12:00PM 02:42PM -0.5E 5F 11:24PM 20 5M 511:54AM 20 506:12AM 20 506:42AM 20 5 11:42AM 20 506:42AM 2012:18PM 506:54AM 20 2012:18PM 506:54AM 20 12:42PM 04:30PM 1.4F 12:24PM 04:06PM 1.3F 12:48PM 04:30PM 1.1F 12:48PM 04:42PM 1.2F 05:54AM 08:30AM 0.5F 06:12AM 05:54AM 08:42AM 08:30AM 0.6F 0.5F 06:30AM 08:48AM 05:54AM 08:42AM 08:30AM 0.4F 0.6F 0.5F 06:30AM 09:18AM 06:12AM 08:48AM 08:42AM 0.6F 0.4F 0.6F 06:42AM 09:12AM 06:30AM 09:18AM 08:48AM 0.4F03:24PM 0.6F 0.4F 06:42AM 09:48AM 06:42AM 09:12AM 09:18AM 0.7F04:00PM 0.4F06:30PM 0.6F 06:42AM 09:48AM 09:12AM 0.7F 0.4F Sa 08:54PM 0.8F 09:12PM 11:42PM 1.0F 09:30PM 11:30PM 0.5F 10:06PM 10:00PM 09:48PM 11:48PM 0.6F Su Tu 04:18PM 07:30PM 1.6F 06:00PM 08:42PM 0.8F 05:00PM 07:42PM 1.3F 05:48PM 08:06PM 0.7F 06:00PM 08:18PM 1.0F 06:12PM 08:24PM 0.7F 03:24PM 06:18PM -0.9E 04:00PM 06:42PM 06:18PM -1.4E -0.9E 03:18PM 03:24PM 06:42PM -1.0E 06:18PM -1.4E -0.9E 09:18AM 03:18PM 12:42PM 04:00PM 06:30PM 06:42P 1.8F06: -1S M Tu M Th Tu M-0.4E F Th Tu 30PM 08:12PM 1.1F-1.2E 04:00PM 07:54PM 0.9F 05:18PM 08:42PM 0.9F 11:12AM 02:06PM -0.6E 11:18AM 11:12AM 02:18PM 02:06PM -0.7E -0.6E 11:24AM 11:18AM 02:00PM 11:12AM 02:18PM -0.4E 02:06PM -0.7E -0.6E 12:18PM 11:24AM 03:00PM 11:18AM 02:00PM -0.5E 02:18PM -0.4E -0.7E 12:00PM 12:18PM 02:30PM 11:24AM 03:00PM -0.4E 02:00PM -0.5E -0.4E 01:06PM 12:00PM 03:42PM 12:18PM 02:30PM -0.5E 03:00PM -0.5E 01:06PM 12:00PM 03:42PM 02:30PM -0.5E -0.4E 08:06PM 11:24PM -1.2E 07:36PM 10:48PM 08:00PM 11:18PM -1.0E 08:18PM 11:36PM -1.1E M 0.7F Tu M01:18AM 03:12AM 0.4F Th Tu M 05:24AM 0.7F F Th Tu 03:48AM 0.9F Sa 01:54AM F Th 05:42AM 1.1F Su 01:18AM Sa F 04:30AM 1.4F Su Sa 05:42AM 1.2F Su ● 07:24PM -1.0E01: 09:48PM 10:24PM 09:48PM 10:24PM 10:24PM 09:48PM 04:42PM 10:24PM 10:24PM 02:18AM 01:00AM 01:54AM 12:12AM 01:18AM 0.5F 12:48AM 0.5F 01:42AM 0.4F 10:42PM 11:24PM 10:30PM 10:48PM 10:54PM 11:06PM 04:54PM 08:30PM 0.9F 05:00PM 04:54PM 08:36PM 08:30PM 1.2F 0.9F 04:24PM 05:00PM 08:18PM 04:54PM 08:36PM 08:30PM 0.9F 1.2F 0.9F 05:30PM 04:24PM 09:06PM 05:00PM 08:18PM 08:36PM 0.9F 0.9F 1.2F 05:00PM 05:30PM 08:42PM 04:24PM 09:06PM 08:18PM 0.8F 0.9F 0.9F 06:24PM 05:00PM 09:42PM 05:30PM 08:42PM 09:06PM 0.7F 0.8F 0.9F 06:24PM 05:00PM 09:42PM 08:42PM 0.7F 0.8F 06: 36PM 11:54PM 11:24PM ●05:30AM 10:54PM 10-0.8E 25 -0.8E 10 -0.7E 10 03:18AM 06:36AM -0.8E 25 04:00AM 07:24AM 10 09:00AM 25 11:00AM 08:06AM 06:54AM 09:48AM -1.0E 25 09:06AM 11:36AM -0.8E 10 08:00AM 10:36AM -1.1E 25 09:36AM 11:54AM -0.6E 03:24AM -0.7E 06:42AM 04:06AM-1.0E 07:18AM

es and speeds of maximum and minimum 11:54PM current, in knots 11:54PM 11:54PM

Times and speeds current, in knots 11:54PM of maximum and minimum 11:54PM


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U sed B oat R e v i ew

Hylas 46 By Capt. Tarn Kelsey


very so often when inspecting a boat, I occasionally evaluate my current victim as to how it might possibly fit my needs and wants, past or present. While on a Hylas 46 recently, I was once again reminded of my affection for the center-cockpit 40- to 45-foot cutter rig. As subset to that, I consider the Hylas 46 one of my favorites to survey, and if the opportunity arose, the 46 would be a top contender in the favorite-to-own category. Hylas, an abbreviated history Queen Long boat yard, the builder of Hylas Yachts, was founded in Taiwan in 1978 by Joseph Huang. The unofficial origin of Hylas Yachts appears to have started in the early 1980s as a result of Queen Long’s working relationship with Bill Stevens in producing the popular charter boat, the Stevens 47. The popularity of the 47 prompted Huang to eventually create the Hylas brand that was officially introduced in 1984 with 42-and 44-foot designs from German Frers. From 1984 to the present Hylas has launched sailing models from 42 to 70 feet, using several different designers including Sparkman and Stephens, Bill Dixon, and Frers. Note: A quick Google search identifies Hylas in Greek mythology as “a mythical youth who served as Heracles’ companion and servant who was abducted by water nymphs.” Hylas 46 The 46 is the smallest of the Hylas line that is still in production, officially introduced in its current form in 1995. It is now referred to as the 46 “Classic” on the Hylas website which makes me wonder how much longer it will be offered. Although Hylas is considered a semi-custom builder, the space constraints of the 46 do not allow for a lot of interior design options. The basic layout remains unchanged since 1995, which is a testament to its

continued popularity and utility. There have been some interior tweaks, such as a redesign of the navigation station which resulted in a slightly larger port side settee. This redesign eliminates a quirk with the earlier nav station design which had an exposed electrical panel at ankle level under the navigator’s seat, making it easy to accidentally turn off or damage the engine and refrigeration breakers. I have seen different interior trim and flooring options such as cherry vs. teak and bamboo flooring vs. the standard teak and holly. A unique saloon table feature is the adjustable “floating” center stool that is installed on stainless tracks imbedded in the cabin sole. The system is a little cumbersome, and the tracks accumulate dirt and are hard to clean. Interior head room is generous. I am no giant, but at five feet 11 inches, I can walk through the entire boat and not worry about smashing my forehead. A design feature that I have learned to appreciate is the ability to gain access to the aft cabin via the galley or the aft head. Hull construction is of solid fiberglass with longitudinal stringers; the deck and cabin top are cored. The overall build quality is good with a very luxurious interior feel regardless of trim choice. One of the unique features of the “classic” Hylas designs is the large sugar-scoop transom with what we often refer to as “The garage.” The transom steps fold up revealing a large space to supplement the already ample aft deck locker storage. Easy access to the “garage” can be hampered if a tender is suspended from transom davits. The larger-thanaverage aft deck and wide side decks allow quick and easy access to the entire length of the boat. A nice touch that I have seen on several boats is a rigid stainless steel pipe “life line”/rail that wraps around the aft end of the boat. All of the Hylas Yachts that I have inspected have been powered with Yanmar engines. The engine and generator are located under the galley counter and cockpit.

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Specifications: L.O.A.: 46’3 Beam: 13’9” Draft: 6’0 (Shoal Draft Available) Displacement: 27,777 Lbs. Designer: Frers Builder: Queen Long

Space in the engine compartment is limited, but access to most components is still reasonable. Standard equipment appears to include a basic suite of electronics, windlass, refrigeration, air conditioning systems (two), and a cockpit enclosure. Commonly found options include a bow thruster and electric winches. I have seen both in-mast furling systems and in-boom sail handling systems installed. Sail handling can be done completely from the cockpit. I can honestly say that this time of year (November to April) a fully enclosed cockpit with the heat blasting always seems to keep people in a better mood while on test sails. Considerations and observations • The fuel tanks are made of stainless steel, foamed in place with virtually no access save for the inspection/clean out ports. Although not a common problem (yet), tank replacement is not easy as the saloon cabin sole will require skilled wood surgery to gain access to the tanks. • These boats usually survey well with consistently good build quality and workmanship. On the brokerage market, Hylas Yachts have proven to hold their value and seem to sell quickly if properly priced. Availability As of November 1, there were three available in the U.S. between $375,500 and $425,000.

About the Author: Tarn Kelsey owns and operates Kelsey Marine Survey in Annapolis: 24 December 2020


s ta r t now A 30th Birthday Present Leads to a New Passion

Meet Carly and Michael Authement As told to Beth Crabtree

Tell us about how you got into sailing

Michael: Carly and I always admired the sailing culture and natural beauty of the Chesapeake and hoped that one day we would try sailing. Last year, we decided to do something special from Carly’s ‘bucket list’ for her 30th birthday. We researched popular sailing destinations and sailing schools within driving distance of our home in Bethesda, MD. We had visited Solomons Island a few times before and really enjoyed the slower pace, friendly atmosphere, and amazing restaurant scene, so we booked a room at the Back Creek Inn and registered for the “Learn to Sail” course at Sail Solomons. From our first lesson on day one, we were both hooked! At Sail Solomons Carly and Michael completed American Sailing Association (ASA) courses 101 through 104 in 2019. Although they laid low this year due to the pandemic, the couple is excited to take ASA 105 Coastal Navigation and the ASA Docking courses soon. By joining the Sail Solomons Osprey Club, they have had the opportunity to sail a variety of boats in the 22- to 34-foot range and compete in the 2019 Screwpile and Governors Cup races.

Did you have any preconceived notions about sailing that proved true or untrue? Carly: Michael and I both come from humble beginnings, so we always imag-

ined that sailing would never be something financially do-able. While sailing can get expensive pretty quickly, we were pleasantly surprised that there are affordable options out there. We were also nervous that the sailing culture would be exclusive and hard for newcomers to break into, but we’ve learned that is absolutely not the case. If anything, the people we have met in this community have been so kind, supportive, and happy to talk shop with a newbie.

What are your future sailing plans?

Carly: We both really enjoy sailing on the Patuxent River and the Chesapeake and have stayed pretty local so far (our farthest sail has been to Oxford, MD). If we went nowhere else, I would be happy as a clam, but we will continue making our way around the Chesapeake and checking out all of the beautiful Eastern Shore communities. Sail Solomons does a Caribbean flotilla every year, and while the pandemic threw a monkey wrench into our plans in 2020, we will try to join that in the next year or so. Right now, we’re window shopping and saving up for our own boat. It has been really fun to research the different types of boats and dream of owning one.

Did you encounter any obstacles or barriers when you began sailing?

Michael: Cost and time were the only barriers for us. We were chomping at

the bit to get out on the water as much as possible when we first started, but we had those pesky full-time jobs holding us back! Joining the Osprey Club at Sail Solomons was helpful because we ate the cost up front, and then it felt like we were taking the boats out for free.

If someone were interested in learning to sail, what would you tell them?

Carly: Just do it! Taking a class was the right way to go; it made us feel so much safer than learning from a friend or trying it on our own. Also, do your research. Reading books (and SpinSheet), watching YouTube videos (such as Sailing La Vagabonde), reading blogs (such as, and subscribing to Attainable Adventure Cruising really helped us develop a passion for all things sailing. Michael: Carly and I really treasure the relationships we’ve developed throughout this journey and all of the awesome experiences we’ve had since that fateful 30th birthday weekend. If we can be a source of information and support for other young couples looking to embark on a sailing career, we would be happy to connect!

Hold your phone’s camera over this code for a video of Carly and Michael’s words of encouragement to other young sailors. For more new sailor profiles, visit December 2020 25

Where We Sail B l a c k w a t e r

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Maryland’s Everglades


re you feeling the cabin (not your boat’s cabin) fever December blues? Do you need an outdoor destination where you can see the water even if it is too frigid to go sailing? Head to the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge where, from a birdwatching perspective, winter is the best season to visit. In December you are likely to see tundra swans, snow geese, and 20 different species of ducks! An internationally designated Important Bird Area (IBA) and a “Wetland of International Importance,” Blackwater Wildlife Refuge on Maryland’s Eastern Shore was established in 1933 as a waterfowl sanctuary for birds migrating along the Atlantic Flyway. The tidal marsh, forest, and 24 managed freshwater ponds provide essential habitat for a large variety of wildlife including the rare DelMarVa Fox Squirrel. On my last visit to Blackwater I was fortunate enough to sight one of these large, pale grey tree squirrels. A conservation success story, they have recently been de-listed as endangered due to the refuge’s forest management program. Blackwater is also home to the largest breeding population of bald eagles on the East Coast north of Florida. One of my first trips to Blackwater was to attend the Eagle Festival with my children. Even if you aren’t able to visit in person, the wildlife cams give an intimate view of nesting eagles and osprey. Parents of younger kids might want to print coloring books found

By Pamela Tenner Kellett

##Snow geese at Blackwater. Photo by Al Schreitmueller

on the refuge’s brochures page: refuge/Blackwater/about/brochures.html. There also wildlife checklists and a kid’s activity page. When visiting the refuge in winter there is a four-mile wildlife loop that you can drive as well as four different hiking trails. In warmer months there are three paddling trails and a four- and seven-mile cycling loop. A 25-mile loop throughout the county can start and end at the refuge. All maps are available online. The new Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Museum is just outside the refuge and well worth a visit. Blackwater is on the forefront of areas that are most experiencing the devastating effects of the climate crisis. Much of low-

##Tundra swans at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. Photo courtesy of

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lying Dorchester County is predicted by computer modeling to be flooded by 2100. There are already ghost towns on the peninsula. Since the 1930s, more than 8000 acres of marsh have been lost due to sea level rise, subsidence, erosion, invasive species, and saltwater intrusion. The marsh’s ability to grow due to accretion cannot keep up with the pace of sea level rise. A multi-tiered approach is being taken to develop actions to preserve the remaining marsh. MD/DC Audubon, in conjunction with a variety of state and federal partners, is working to convert areas that are transitioning into open water back in to tidal marsh. They started “thin layering” in which a layer of sediment taken from nearby river bottom is applied onto existing marsh, with the intent of converting low marsh to more stable high marsh. The ecosystems services of the marsh are restored and habitat is preserved for a suite of bird assemblages that are adapted to this unique environment. I wrote an article last year about eradicating invasive nutria, and there are similar programs in place for mute swans, Canada geese, gypsy moths, and a variety of invasive plant species. Hopefully the refuge will become a model for action and adaptation to a changing climate. When you look out upon the vastness of the marsh in the winter sun you can appreciate why it is called Maryland’s Everglades.

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Wood, Wind and Water: A Story of the Opera House Cup Race Of Nantucket Live vicariously through the pictures and tales of the history of the race and the Classic Wooden Yacht owners who lovingly restore and race these gems of the sea. “An outstanding presentation... One of the most beautiful photography books covering sailing and boating, remains a unique classic deserving of ongoing mention and recommendation for both art and nautical collectors.” - Book Watch Review. Photographs by Anne T. Converse, Text by Carolyn M. Ford. 10”x12” Hardbound book; 132 pages with 85 full page color photographs. Visit to view and order the book and additional photographs of other genres.

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Sta-Plug – The Gift That Can Save A Boat Give the stuffable stocking stuffer to that sailor on your list this Christmas. Sta-Plug’s soft cone shape conforms and fill irregular hull breeches or hose bursts to slow emergency leaks. Available in full and Mini sizes. List Prices: Sta-Plug: $23.95, Sta-Plug mini (2 pack): $19.95. Available at marine stores everywhere or online at

Spyderco Salt® Series Rust is the nemesis of all cutting tools— particularly those designed specifically for use in and around the water. Spyderco’s remarkable Salt Series tackles this age-old problem through the groundbreaking use of nitrogen-based blade steels like H-1® and LC200N. The result is a diverse selection of knives that are incredibly resistant to corrosion and ideally suited to the needs of sailors and water sports enthusiast. Spyderco’s Salt Series—leaving nothing to chance. 800.525.7770,

Gifts for Every Adventurer Whether your loved ones are avid sailors, skiers, or just love to be outside no matter the weather, you’ll find the perfect gift for them at Helly Hansen Annapolis. Our base layers, mid-layers, outerwear, and accessories are tested by and trusted by professionals and built to keep you, your family, and your friends warm and dry no matter the season. Visit Helly Hansen Annapolis at 132 Main St, Annapolis, MD 21401, and show this ad to receive 20% off your purchase of one full-priced item. *20% off promotion expires at store closing on 12/31/20. Cannot be combined with other offers. Exclusions apply.

Join The RC Sailboat Community! DragonFlite 95 / FS-i6 Bundle $425 DragonForce 65 / FS-i6 Bundle $249 • Radio controlled and race ready! • Developed with the very latest radio sailing design concepts, construction, and components • DF95 is a 950mm and includes a carbon fiber keel fin, one piece carbon mast, Mylar sails • Plug And Play model includes Special 16 Telemetry Radio & Receiver, just add batteries! Dragon Sailing

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2-For-1 Holiday Special For Instruction 2-Day USCG approved safe powerboating class. Regular price: $695. 410-280-2040. Chesapeake Boating Club Memberships Enjoy boating without the worries, hassles, and commitments of boat ownership. Annual memberships range from $2,090 to $6,400. 410-280-8692.

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Ultimate Sailing Calendar and Flying Colors Puzzle The Ultimate Sailing Calendar is a perennial favorite of sailors. Action-packed and vibrant, big and bold: it’s 24” by 18” when displayed. $28.95 each, $25 for 2+, $20 for 5+. The colorful and challenging jigsaw puzzle features a fleet of sailboats parading down San Francisco Bay from the Sharon Green-Ultimate Sailing Collection 1988. $28.95

The Sailor’s Source for the Holidays • Introducing Holebrook windproof sweaters • Foul weather gear from Dinghy boots to Offshore jacket • American Magic America’s Cup Products • Crew uniform department 401-847-4327 |


Give the Gift of Premium Gear Stop by Musto Annapolis—the first and only Musto store in the country—to stock up on technical sailing gear that's made to keep you and your loved ones dry and looking good in even the harshest conditions. You'll find professional-grade styles including inshore, offshore, dinghy, and ocean gear perfect for every sailor in your life. Visit the Musto Annapolis store at 118 Main St, Annapolis, MD 21401, and show this ad to receive 20% off your purchase of one full-priced item. *20% off promotion expires at store closing on 12/31/20. Cannot be combined with other offers. Exclusions apply. December 2020 29

Hand Tied Snowman Ornament This nautical snowman ornament is a must have for any sailor or marine enthusiast. You can even choose your hat and scarf colors. The snowman stands a towering 4 1/2” but only weighs two ounces. He’ll look great on any tree either seaside or inland. A great winter reminder of warmer days of coasts, beaches, or boating. Made in the USA.

SOUNDVIEW MILLWORKS Personalized cutting and serving boards with initials, boat names, locations and more. Over 16 different themed handles for all hobbies and sports! Personalized gifts make the best gifts! Prices from $35.00 – $225.00. Receive 10% off on web orders over $150.00 with Code: SPINSHEET20 843-212-9033

Inflatable Boat Fenders Makes a great Christmas gift. Be ready for the unexpected. Extra long 5 foot fenders. Great for posts, pilings and rafting. Practical Sailor rated Best Choice. 800-437-7654

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Holiday Festivities I

on the Chesapeake Bay

f you’re looking to get into the holiday spirit, look no further than these festive Chesapeake towns. Before heading out to any of the below events, be sure to double-check the event websites directly, as things change rapidly in 2020! Find updates at

Lights on the Bay at Sandy Point State Park November 23 to January 1 from 5 – 10 p.m. nightly, weather permitting. Don’t miss this spectacular drivethrough holiday lights show beside the Chesapeake Bay. The event features more than 60 animated and stationary displays, including traditional Maryland-themed favorites, holiday, and children’s displays. Proceeds benefit the SPCA of Anne Arundel County. Admission: $15, car; $50, bus. Midnight Madness in Annapolis December 5 and 12 (6 p.m. to midnight) and December 19 (6 to 11 p.m.) Historic Annapolis shops throw open their doors in a glorified block party that is open to all. Enjoy musical performances as well as food and refreshments at many stores as you stroll along Main Street, State Circle and Maryland Avenue, and the Arts District in search of that perfect gift. Festivities in Yorktown, VA Christmas Tree Lighting, December 4 at 7:30 p.m. at Riverwalk Landing Christmas Market on Main, December 5 (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.) and December 6 (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) on Historic Main Street. Whether you’re searching for a holiday gift for family and friends or as a treat to yourself, you’re sure to find it at one of the most anticipated Yorktown events. Close to 60 vendors will line the street in a socially distanced set-up, selling everything from local art, such as paintings, jewelry, and photography, to breads, sweets, and other goodies. Get your greenery and Christmas wreaths, too.

##This year’s Christmas in St. Michaels event is virtual. Photo courtesy of Christmas in St. Michaels/Facebook

Festive Fridays in Cape Charles, VA December 4, 11, and 18 from 5 to 8 p.m. Shop, savor, stroll, and stay in the coastal Chesapeake Bay beach town. Celebrate with carriage rides, street performers, live local music, restaurant specials, food trucks, B&Bs, Santa and Mrs. Claus, and kids’ activities. Free.

Hampton Holiday Wonder Walk December 12-23 Take a pleasant stroll on 2.25 miles of a socially distanced, glow-lighted trail with a few animated features along the way. Entrances and parking at Hampton Coliseum and Air Power Park.

Mount Harmon Open Air Yuletide Festival and Holiday Marketplace December 5-6, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This festive event, re-imagined for pandemic times, features Mount Harmon’s open-air yuletide decorations and greens sale, artisan marketplace and museum gift shops, hearth cooking, and self-guided yuletide walking tours of the mansion’s beautifully decorated historic buildings and grounds. Tickets: $10, Friends of Mount Harmon members $5.

Old Fashioned Christmas in Elkton, MD December 18 from 5-8 p.m. A pandemic-friendly version of an Old Fashioned Christmas will unfold in the town of Elkton. Find updates on the website:

Candlelight House Tour in Historic Chesapeake City December 12 from 6-8 p.m. Take a walking or driving holiday tour of the outside of more than 10 homes, B&Bs, and churches in Chesapeake City’s historic district.

Virtual Christmas in St. Michaels Celebrate a virtual Christmas in St. Michaels. Buy tickets for the November 15 raffle to win a helicopter tour and lunch for four. Preview the Online Auction beginning November 20 and bid on fabulous items. Shop online for unique gifts and holiday treats. Enjoy the “Light up the Night” Drive-by House and Harbor Tour, and more. For details visit or follow on Facebook and Instagram. December 2020 31

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Lighted Boat Parades


e sure to check event websites for updates before attending and stay tuned for more event additions at

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PYY Marine Pasadena LightedBoat Parade Takes place November 28 in Pasadena, MD. Call the PYY Marina Office (410-255-1771) and ask for Amy or Tina to register your boat. First 20 boats to register, PYY will cover your registration fee! The registration fee is $25. First, second, and third place winners, along with an added “Best of Pasadena” prize this year. Winners will be announced Live on Facebook 30 minutes after the last boat passes PYY. Due to Covid there will not be an after party this year.

The Middle River Lighted Boat Parade The Mid-Atlantic’s largest boat parade (and possibly the largest in the USA this year) takes places November 28 in Middle River, MD. To register, simply text your name, address, and boat size to (410) 463-2686. First Annual Lighted Boat Parade Presented by Bear Creek Sailing Association December 5 at 5:30 p.m., hosted by Hard Yacht Café in Dundalk, MD. Stay tuned to Bear Creek Sailing’s Facebook page as the event gets closer for updates on the parade route and the best viewing locations.

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Solomons Lighted Boat Parade December 5 beginning at dusk at the Solomons Yachting Center and edning along the Riverwalk at approximately 7:15 p.m. Sail and powerboats welcome. A Captain’s meeting covering the route, safety issues, and rules for judging will begin at 5:15 p.m. at Solomons Yachting Center. To register, contact Anthony Baratta of SIYC at (814) 777-5656 or

Canceled • Alexandria, VA • Baltimore Parade of Lighted Boats • Deale Parade of Lights • Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade Christmas in St. Michaels Boat Parade December 12 from 6 to 7 p.m. in St. Michaels Harbor, MD. Since many of the charitable events that CISM normally sponsors are not possible this season, they are presenting a boat parade to brighten the season and to raise money for local charities. If you can participate, contact Dennis Glackin at 610-608-1743 or for more information. ##From the Swashbuckling Undersea Adventure at Lights by the Bay 2019. Photo courtesy of lightsonthebayMD

##We will miss this year’s Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade in Annapolis . Photo by Heather Capezio

Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse A C h e sA p e A k e B Ay I Co n A new book from David Gendell, co-founder of SpinSheet and PropTalk magazines, devoted to the history of the lighthouse, stories of its keepers, and the ongoing efforts to preserve the 1875 structure. Published by The History Press (Release Date: October 12, 2020)

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Big Apple Pie for a Tiny Galley By T.J. Butler


y husband and I live on the Bay aboard a 1986 Gozzard 36. Baking has always been an essential part of my holiday to-do list, and my first season aboard, I wasn’t sure how I was going to manage my favorite apple pie recipe. My galley is much smaller than the kitchen I had on land. I’d packed away some of my favorite timesaving tools such as my apple corer and pastry cutter. It turns out that you don’t need much more than simple galley basics to make this pie. I suggest baking a trial pie that you can eat straight from the dish while standing up. The fewer people you have to share it with, the better. It’s got plenty of apples, and everyone knows fruit is good at every meal. By the way, go with the rum option. (Don’t forget to add some to the pie, too!)



• 8 Granny Smith apples


• ½ cup softened butter

• 4 ounces softened cream cheese • 1 cup all-purpose flour or oats

• ½ cup butter

• 3 Tbsp all-purpose flour • ¼ cup water

• ½ cup white sugar

• ½ cup packed brown sugar Boozy Pro Tip #1: ¼ cup dark spiced rum adds a more complex flavor than water. Sometimes cooking with alcohol means one for the pot and two for the cook. You’ll have fewer dishes to wash if you drink straight from the measuring cup. ##Big pie, tiny oven.

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Oats Notes: Instead of flour, you’ll get a richer crust using one cup of oatmeal whizzed in the food processor or bullet blender. Plain rolled, instant, or quickcooking oats all work equally well.

Crumb Topping • ½ cup softened butter • 1 cup plain oatmeal • 1 cup brown sugar • ¼ teaspoon salt

• 1 teaspoon cinnamon Boozy Pro Tip #2: If you’re cooking with rum, feel free to refill your measuring cup here. Just saying. Preheat oven to 425 F if you have an oven with a reliable temperature gauge. Cooking is an art and baking is usually a science, but this pie is pretty forgiving. If your oven’s temperature is a mystery, preheat to your favorite roasting range and go with it. Completely line a cookie sheet with foil and lightly spray the bottom of your pie dish with nonstick spray. (Cookie sheets sized for toaster ovens usually fit well in sailboat ovens.) Do not skip the foil. If

you don’t have nonstick spray, butter will work. No need to grease the inside of the pie dish. Nestle the dish onto the foil-lined cookie sheet and curl the foil’s edges upwards because this pie drips. Because this pie drips. Fair warning: Although you may be filled with regret after eating the entire pie alone in your galley, you’ll regret skipping the foil steps far more.


Combine all crust ingredients in a large bowl and mix well. Feel free to use your hands or a pastry cutter. Save time here: If you forgot to soften the butter and cream cheese, put them into a zip lock bag, press the air out, and squeeze to combine. If you really forgot to soften the butter and just now took it out of the fridge, microwave it for 15 seconds at a time until soft but not melted. Press the crust into the pie dish, including up the sides, but don’t worry about lumps. It will be moist and a little sticky, and this isn’t a rolling pin kind of crust. Don’t prebake it, by the way. Side note because we should all have more time and fewer dishes to wash:

##If you forget the foil

, you’ll regret it. This

pie drips. ##Cooked pie-- don’t forge t the


Scrape as much of the crust into the pie dish as you can and set the bowl aside wherever you have space. We’ll use the bowl for the crumb topping next. In my galley, sometimes set it aside means the settee.

Peel & Chop Apples

Peel, chop, and mound the apples onto the crust. No need for fancy slices or careful cutting because you won’t find a lattice with egg wash or fluted edges anywhere near this pie. Instead, peel and chop like it’s a fruit race and there’s dark spiced rum at the finish line. You’ll end up with a towering mountain of apples that will shrink in the oven. “If you have a dog aboard, this is a great time to see if they like chopped apples,” says your dog.


If you’re a willy-nilly pie chef and your galley is always a mess, please pause here to rustle up a mise en place before you

start the filling. The butter melts quickly, and nothing says Urgent! Pie! Situation! more than a bubbling pot of rapidly melting butter. Assemble your team of sugars, flour, butter, and water or rum, and let’s get back to the business of baking a large pie in a small space. Melt the butter in a small saucepan and gradually stir in the flour to form a paste, taking care to press out the lumps with a fork. Add water or rum, white and brown sugar, and bring to a boil. Reduce the temperature to an excited simmer (less than a boil but trying pretty hard) for five minutes and stir often so it doesn’t stick. Immediately pour the hot mixture over the apples and try to cover all areas. Note to your inner five-year-old: this is the only opportunity to lick the bowl, but it’s been simmering for five long minutes. Your tongue has been warned.

Crumb Topping

##One pie, two people, 12 hour


Combine all crumb topping ingredients in the same bowl you used to make the crust. Press handfuls of the topping over the apples until they’re completely covered.

Fun with butter: Softened (not melted) butter works well here. Cold butter straight from the fridge can be cut into chunks and sliced from opposite directions with two butter knives until the ingredients are combined. Frozen butter can be grated before combining.


• Stop here and ask yourself one question. Is my pie on a foil-covered cookie sheet?

• Bake 15 minutes in a preheated 425 F oven. • Reduce the temperature to 350 F and bake for 45 minutes.

This pie is juicy before it cools completely, but firms up delightfully when cooled. It’s more of a serving spoon kind of pie than a slice kind of pie, so I’ll leave you with a few words of caution: Beware of taking one secret bite in an attempt to even out the edges. Good in theory, bad in practice when you’re stuffed, a third of the pie is gone, and the angle of your straight line will give you away to anyone else who’s tried to even out the edges with a bite, just one bite. There you have it, my sailboat friends. We’ve bonded over pie, you’ll always have the best dessert at the table, and you’re welcome to tell everyone this recipe’s been in your recent issue of SpinSheet Magazine family for generations. December 2020 35

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eel Sailboat Restoring a Quirky

elsey Old Bonham Steel Sailboat By Kelsey Bonham

In last month’s issue, this 20-year-old sailor began her tale of trading a tractor for an old steel sailboat so that she could pursue a dream of sailing to Trinidad for a study-abroad program. It ended when the author had yet to peek inside the boat she’d already purchased… Here is the next installment of her tale: Surprise! The day that my dad and I cut the lock off the cabin and saw the inside of my boat for the first time held a lot of surprises. The freshwater tank was full of diesel. The bilges were rusted. The thru-hull for the sink snapped off. Much of the woodpaneled interior was rotten. And it stank. How were we going to turn this boat into something I could safely and comfortably live on, and trust to take me all the way to the Caribbean? I spent the first few days just sweeping pine needles, pressure washing, and throwing out old gear. We made lists of things I’d need to replace, and when we cut the exhaust line just to find rust on the inside, we decided that the old engine was one of them. Diesel engines were one of the major areas that I wanted to really dive into. While I’ve spent plenty of time aboard boats with inboard diesels, I’d never been forced to think about them too much.


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I didn’t want to find myself drifting through the Caribbean with a brokendown engine and no clue how to fix it. The first task was removing the old one: we strapped a come-along to the end of the boom to lift the engine up and out (which must have been at least 500 pounds of cast iron), swung it over the side, and lowered it into a truck. To install the replacement, we used the same process in reverse. One of my biggest battles was with the old icebox-refrigerator conversion. It took several hours to wrestle out all of the old insulation and detach the plastic box from the underside of the countertop. It was completely loose, but still would not come out. I couldn’t see what it was stuck on, and was tired of fighting with it, so I cut it in half. Then, I got a text from my dad that said, “Don’t take out the fridge until we find a replacement because we might not be able to find one that fits.” Too late.

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ing her hatches.

I did some YouTube research and proposed that we construct our own refrigerator box, so we went to Lowe’s with an open mind and happened to find a plastic utility sink that was the perfect size. We glued it to the underside of the countertop and reinsulated it with better materials. It wasn’t easy Besides the engine and the fridge, we also sanded and repainted the interior, freeboard, decks, and bottom; replaced and reconfigured the exhaust system, fuel system, and battery bank; replaced the Cutlass bearing, propeller shaft, shaft seal, and propeller; replaced almost all of the thru-hulls and added more for A/C and bilge pumps; installed shore power and new electric panels (hard to believe there was no shore power before); built new companionway doors and cockpit locker covers; replaced rotten bunks and bulkheads, and a lot more.

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I’m fortunate that my dad had the skills and knowledge to accomplish most of this, but a lot also came from my own research. I read books from my family’s vast boating library, watched YouTube videos, scoured through online forums, called various marine company help lines, and read a lot of product technical sheets. I also spent a lot of time in the workshop at the marina, asking the guys who worked there about their recommendations for paint and the like. This four-month process of trial-anderror learning certainly wasn’t easy. Sometimes I spent hours searching for answers to what I thought were simple questions. Sometimes a project that I thought would only take a few hours turned into a few days. Sometimes it would rain for a week straight and I’d get nothing done, and other times the Maryland summer heat was so oppressive that I would burn myself on tools I’d left in the sun. Sometimes my dad and I would wake up before dawn and work for 15 hours until after dark for days on end. Launch day… oops! On the last day of July, on the morning of my launch while she was hanging in the straps, I put on her new name: Little Wing. I had no reason to be worried about my launch, but obviously I still was. I checked every thru-hull multiple times and was practically biting my nails off watching the Travelift pick her up and carry her over. The marina lowered her into the water, and I climbed aboard just to be greeted with water gushing in from the forward cabin.

##Launch day !

One of the thru-hulls up there just had a seacock on it and was shooting out water at a rate I had never seen before; I yelled for the marina to lift the boat back up, but by then all the bilges had been filled and water was running over the floorboards. I couldn’t figure out what had happened—the seacock was closed! It took five minutes of contemplation and a stick to realize that the thru-hull was, in fact, wide open; the handle for the seacock was on backwards, so all those times I had been making sure it was perpendicular and not parallel, I was actually leaving it open. It just goes to show that, as I’ve learned, anything can happen when you’re working on boats. Plan B for Little Wing As I write this, Little Wing is happily in the water at her new home in Eastport. By the time you are reading it, my little steel boat and I will hopefully be on our way down the ICW with my remote college classes in tow. Unfortunately, my Trinidad study abroad program has been cancelled, but instead I’ve opted to take the spring semester off to just go cruising, hopefully at least to the Virgin Islands if they are open.

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It’s crazy to me that one far-fetched idea has taken me to the point I’m at now, especially because this project has come to be about so much more than just sailing home from my now-cancelled study abroad. What was originally going to be a three-month trip has turned into an almost year-long one, and I can now see myself living aboard and cruising well beyond college, and even finding a career that allows me to incorporate sailing into my academic interests. I’ve also learned a lot about steel boats and the challenges and rewards of being a young boat owner. I’ve come to appreciate the quirks of my little steel home, and I’ve also learned the frustration of hunting for specific fittings, the pains of forcing myself into confined spaces, and the exhaustion of 15-hour work days in the mid-summer heat. I now know what it feels like to be unable to sleep until I’ve checked on the boat when it’s storming and the anxiety of being away for a few too many days at a time. As long and challenging as my months spent working on the hard were, I wouldn’t trade my project boat for anything. I came in to this with little knowledge of engines, marine electronics, plumbing, or anything to do with steel. If it weren’t for everything that my boat threw my way, I wouldn’t be anywhere near as knowledgeable as I am now. The next step is to put everything I’ve learned to the test. About the Author: A lifelong Chesapeake sailor and SpinSheet reader, 20-year-old Kelsey Bonham is a junior at Colgate University. Find her on Instagram @littlewing_sailing December 2020 37

Charter Notes ##Real Deal sank the day before the race, so her crew put her back together by the next day... and she won! Photo by Eric Vohr

Anguilla’s Round the Island Race L

ong before northern sailors started holding regattas on small Caribbean islands, locals have been enjoying their own brand of sailboat races here. These lively “workboat” races hearken back to the days when local fishermen rushed back to market after a long day at sea in open wooden boats powered only by the wind. On a recent trip to Anguilla, I had the pleasure of participating in one of these events, the Anguilla Round the Island Race, a rare treat for a foreigner. These simple but elegant boats are not only campaigned by a well-seasoned crew, they are literally a community event—entire villages pool their resources and time to help get these boats ready to race and win bragging rights and cash prizes of up to EC $50,000 (US $20,000). These races started back in 1940 and have not changed much over the years. The boats are made from white cedar trees, and some still have bamboo masts and booms (although a retrofitted aluminum flagpole is also common). There are a couple of classes (A, B, C, D) depending on size. Class A boats are the largest and most popular and prestigious. These boats are just under 30 feet long and roughly 10 feet wide at the beam. Masts can be close to 60 feet high, and booms can be nearly 40 feet long. With such a large sail area and almost no keel, these boats need a lot of ballast. Depending on the wind, they use 10 to 20

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crew members and ballast that consists of lead weights and sandbags. The amount of ballast is usually reduced during the downwind leg of the race by dumping sand over the side. The crew includes a helmsman, main sheet trimmer, jib sheet trimmers, ballast shifters, and bailers armed with buckets to make sure the boat doesn’t sink. There is no fancy hydraulic backstay or boom vang, just simple pullies to run the mainsail. There are also little or no electronics onboard, not even a compass. Everything is done by feel, including estimating boat speed. This is not an easy race. These sailors face some serious challenges with this relatively primitive gear, not the least of which is the ever-present danger of sinking the boat. In the 2017 race, one of the top competitors, Real Deal, sank the day before the race. The team and community were able to raise her and drag her back to town where they spent all night getting her ready. The next day she not only competed but won! You can’t make this stuff up. The two most difficult parts of the race course are where the Caribbean and Atlantic seas meet and produce tricky currents and chop and the downwind leg on the Atlantic side of the island, which has large swells and big gusts. It’s a constant battle keeping the water out, as I witnessed on our ride around the island in spirited breeze. The pace was so

intense and the ride so rough that one of the young sailors in my boat turned green and nearly passed out (by the looks of the older guys, this is a kind of right of passage for young bucks). Race day is a huge local event and the beach at Sandy Ground where they hold the start and finish is packed and pumping with music and local barbeque. Sandy Ground is also one of Anguilla’s best anchorages. If you happen to be sailing around the region, I highly recommend dropping a hook in Sandy Ground and checking out the races. Sunsail and Dream Yacht Charters have fleets in nearby St. Martin. The Round the Island Race takes place each year on Anguilla Day, May 30. This is not the only local boat race of the year, nor is it the grandest. On April 11, when the island celebrates its version of Carnival, “Anguilla August Summer Festival,” they also hold the Champion of Champions, an entire week of racing that is the biggest sailing event of the year. Be sure to check out some of the other attractions this beautiful island-nation has to offer. In addition to all of the wonderful beaches and natural areas on the mainland, beautiful smaller islands that are truly primitive and lively—Prickly Pear Cay, Dog Island, and Scrub Island—have safe anchorages, depending on weather. Marine park fees may apply.

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Ghosts of

Christmas Past C

By Tracy Leonard

uddling up in a suburban house in rainy southern England far from the warmth and water brings to mind other Christmas days, Decembers with sunshine, tropical breezes, and Santas on standup paddleboards. One particular holiday season stands out: our cruise through Guadeloupe aboard our Oyster 53 Solan. We traveled in tandem with Richard Ewing and Idarae Prothero, who were cruising their Beneteau First 42 Molto Bene. Many of you may remember Molto Bene’s illuminated Christmas tree that has regularly featured in the Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade over the years. In 2018, we exported it to the French West Indies, and what a smashing dose of holiday cheer it turned out to be. As it turns out, Guadeloupians don’t tend to light up their boats at the holidays, but that didn’t stop us. We sailed two huge Christmas trees to four different ports in Guadeloupe. In Pointe-à-

##Two Annapolis cruising boats

Pitre, drunken revelers came out to the anchorage with shouts of “très magnifique.” Similar receptions followed in Îlet du Gosier and Marie Galante. The real breakthrough in international cooperation and mutual understanding occurred when we rolled into Les Saintes the week before Christmas. Perhaps I should back up a bit. Over the past seven years, we have spent several months in Guadeloupe enjoying its many charms. Our inability to speak French and our obvious tourist status, however, had helped prevent us from making any real inroads into the local scene. Conversations with residents had primarily consisted of “une baguette, s’il vous plaît” or the like. The Christmas trees changed everything. We first uncovered how special they were while shopping in a clothing store. The proprietress politely inquired if we were on a boat in the harbor. “Yes,” we replied, “Did you happen to see the

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Cruising Christmas trees?” “Christmas trees! You are the Christmas trees!” came the astonished response, and a door was opened that we absolutely loved traveling through. Unbeknownst to us, we were stars on the local Facebook page. Fellow hikers talked with us about the Christmas trees as we roamed about the island. In the harbor office, we became so well known that they mimed a Christmas tree every time they saw us, even when we made our last stop in Les Saintes in April. The loveliest exchange came one afternoon as we were relaxing in the cockpit. A knock sounded on the hull, but it was quiet and in the wrong direction to be coming from someone on a dinghy. Then, it sounded again, and off our stern, a swimmer had stopped to chat about the lights. He was taking his regular lap through the anchorage and thought he’d drop by. He wanted to know who had organized this beautiful display of lights— surely it must be the city council—and he was surprised and pleased that we had done this on our own initiative. We talked for a long time on a range of topics from why an American family would take off cruising to French singlehanded sailing and the Vendée Globe. Along the way, we learned much of the history of Les Saintes, for his greatgrandfather had been one of the original immigrants from Brittany to the islands. This has become one of our favorite memories. Months later, we were still learning about how special the illuminated Christmas trees had been. In May, we shared a finger pier with an American couple cruising a catamaran off the west coast of Puerto Rico. We had seen them anchored in Marie Galante a few times, and this led to a conversation about our mutual experiences. Without knowing who we were, they almost immediately asked if we had been in Marie Galante while the Christmas trees were there. As a matter of fact, we had. That led to shared sundowners, dinner, stories, and ideas of how to make cruising even better. Where we currently live, people are still discouraged from socializing. Very little cultural exchange and travel takes place at the moment. During these cloudy days, it is refreshing to remember how special cruising can be and how the littlest acts have the ability to touch others outside of our circle and build enduring memories. # December 2020 39

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boat’s former owner and now friend of mine Jamie Bryson. “You’re going to become a good sailor,” he told me on the phone that day, “because you make good decisions.” My brother-in-law is an economist. “What do you get if you put 10 economists in a room?” he used to ask me. “Eleven opinions.” We boaters are no better, and we know it. Pick your medium of choice—Cruisers Forum, Facebook, the Waterway Guide— there are hundreds of them. Find a sincere question asked by an eager beginner and read the replies. Your head will spin.

“You can talk about politics. You can talk about the environment. You can talk about basically anything, but you can’t talk about anchoring while you’re on the porch,” Bill Herrington said to me one day as I sat on his porch on the idyllic island of Manjack Cay in the Bahamas. But we boaters do, don’t we? Anchoring is quite literally how we stay connected to Mother Earth. If it goes badly, it’s hard to not talk about it. And if it goes well, well, it’s hard not to talk about that, too. “You should be dead,” my friend Larry said to me one day as we sat aboard Catriona, his Pacific Seacraft Mariah 31 drinking some particularly terrible wine from the dollar store. “You have a CQR? You should be dead.” Larry knew otherwise, though, as he has sailed with me on Ave. He has slept well at anchor on that old Scottish plow. “Get rid of that plow,” a sailing friend once advised me. “You know what plows do best, don’t you? They plow.” Yeah, I get it. I did eventually decide to upgrade when the opportunity came my way, but that old anchor had served Ave well for decades. In 1998 Ave del Mar was anchored in Chile’s Lennox Island anchorage en route to a singlehanded rounding of

Call For Your Complimentary Offshore Rigging Evaluation! 410.280.2752 Cape Horn under Jamie Bryson’s brilliant stewardship. As Jamie wrote, “For anchors, Ave has her 45-pound CQR out to starboard on chain with a rope snubber to ease the strain. Her trusty 22-pound Danforth is out to port on 50 feet of chain and then nylon rode.” The Patagonian williwaws that rolled down the hills in excess of 60 knots were, in Jamie’s words, “a cold, cruel river of wind.” Jamie is no longer with us, but try telling him back in the day that a CQR wouldn’t hold you. Just try. “Go it alone. It’s important to make your own decisions, and learn your own lessons. Don’t let other people’s plans or decisions interfere with your experience,” wrote my friend Tammy Kennon in advice to a then-new friend and new cruiser. Settling this score between the head and the heart can be hard, as you wonder why that other boat is weighing anchor on a day you thought looks lousy for moving. What do they know that I don’t know? Time softens this soundtrack of the mind, but it may never fully go away. It was early October of 2016 when Hurricane Matthew rumbled toward the Florida coast, making a beeline for Ave del Mar’s anchorage in West Palm Beach. You want decisions? Buy a boat and wait for a storm. You’ll get your

##Ave del Mar at anchor at Allans Pensacola, Bahamas.

fill. Million-dollar yachts departed the local marinas one after the other for points unknown, but million-dollar yachts move a little faster than my 50-year-old full-keel sailboat. For Ave, running wasn’t a viable option. My available choices all seemed bad until it occurred to me that with all the boats gone, I had the pick of

##At anchor with Larry from Catriona and Carolyn and Dave Shearlock of Barefoot Gal.

anchoring spots. I could decide to anchor anywhere I wanted to, with no boats to hit, no boats to drag and hit me. I spoke to all of my experienced friends, read all the right articles, and amassed a trove of right things to do. I studied the anchorage and the charts, trying to visualize the path of the storm and the winds that would come with it. Putting out two anchors in a big V—as Jamie did down in the Patagonian williwaws—sounded like more trouble than it would be worth, as I pictured the complementary rodes twisting together like a bread tie when the hurricane winds clocked through. One anchor it would be, on 200 feet of chain with a second, heavier anchor 25 feet behind the first as a kellet. Want to stay entertained? Ask cruisers about kellets. I decided to rig three redundant snub lines to my anchor chain, each ready to take up duty should the one ahead of it chafe through and fail. The first did, in fact, fail. The second appeared to be well on its way, although it held by literally a string. I awarded myself a bonus for that one. Dreamt it up on my own. My friends Chris and Elizabeth on their Hunter December 2020 41

Bluewater Dreaming Dreaming presented presented by by Bluewater Call For Your Complimentary Offshore Rigging Evaluation! 410.280.2752 Cherubini 37C Luna fared well, too. They were on the hard just a few miles down the way. We jammed all the extra jack stands we could find under the hull of their beloved vessel, and we decided to lash the poor girl to the fence. Did we need to? I don’t know. But we did, and her chapter ended well enough. Other decisions have ended somewhat less splendidly. Was anchoring Ave del Mar in Wells Bay in the northern Bahamas a good idea? The picturesque cove is known for some notoriously bad holding, but other decisions that day hadn’t brought the best results and Wells Bay was where we ended up. I awoke at 3 a.m. to the sight of rocks just off her stern and rocks just off her bow as a nasty line of squalls had blown in during the night. Ave had dragged into a truly perilous spot. Bad decision? Bad luck? We

escaped unharmed, motoring out of danger and finding better ground beneath us at the cove’s outer edge. I knew even at the time that we had gotten lucky. In the end it was just another story to tell, a close call that was but a footnote to that season’s Bahamian adventures. Should is a big word. Shouldn’t is maybe even bigger. But shouldn’t seems uniquely capable of looking only back in time, where everything seems so black and white. In the now, the shoulds and shouldn’ts of your decision-making sit in the wings of your stage drama, strangely quiet while your story unfolds. As a sailor you gather information, make your best decisions, and you act. The final chapters of so many of our tales are written not by skilled decision making but by chance, no more predictable than the winds that carry us on. #


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Making the Best of a Challenging Season


By Bill Poot

ooking back, when we first heard those words Covid-19, it looked like our season was over. At that time, most of us honestly thought it was. Prior to that revelation Bay Region Mariners Sailing Association (BRMSA) had put together a fairly aggressive 2020 cruise and event schedule, and we were poised for an active season with 10 cruises and six land activities scheduled. We managed to pull off 15 events, which our club members should all be proud of. We even hit some of the scheduled cruise objectives to visit places we hadn’t been to in a while and places some of our newer members had never experienced. In all this year, we completed eight on-water cruises, two land events, four zoom sessions, and one webinar. Six captains handled the eight cruises with the assistance of two co-captains of record. We had a single vessel that completed seven of the eight on-water cruises. I am particularly pleased with the July 4 Picnic Basket Social and Recognition occasion for Madelyn Reni,

the owner and dock master of Spring Cove Marina in Rock Hall, MD. Madelyn Reni was honored with a lifetime membership for her service to the club. Over the years she has earned a place in our hearts and made possible fond memories in our club history. She has always been there when we needed a hand, a place to gather, and guidance when we needed it. The Walk Down Memory Lane zoom event was also an impressive event. Held in late August, Don Abt, one of the founders of the club (established at the Bohemia River Marina in 1973), led the ensemble of five veteran members to recount ##Scott and Louise Ulrich of the Bay some of the most memorable Region Mariners Sailing Association events, personalities, and episodes that launched the club. season, regardless of the constraints put Looking forward to 2021, I anticion us by the virus. Mask Up, Raft Up, pate we can continue to function as a Wash Up will be our continued motto flourishing club. I believe the 2020 until Covid-19 is behind us. Learn more season showed we can function and at enjoy a somewhat active and successful

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kippers keenly anticipated the Round Bay Sailing Association (RBSA) annual awards ceremony held in October to learn the winner of the “Highpoint” for 2020. Other sailing honors were also awarded at the ceremony. This year’s RBSA Highpoint winner for the best overall scores for Wednesday night racing is Lightfoot, skippered by Ken Shuart. Ken attributed Lightfoot’s success to consistency and “Paying attention to the small things, like good jib trim, good kite trim, and weight distribution. Constant consideration to these things can save valuable seconds, which can determine the difference between a first or a second place.” Ken and crew dedicated this year’s performance and trophy to the late Wes Saunders, former skipper of Lightfoot who championed the current skipper and crew. This year’s Corinthian Award went to Don Snelgrove of Himmel for his exemplary Corinthian spirit on the racecourse.

##L to R: Mike Province, Harry Keith, Kati Sabin, Patrick Algiere. Ken Shuart, and Andrew Troy

Chris Drury, vice commodore, commented that Don was nominated by peers not only for exhibiting a Corinthian spirit, but also for good leadership during the pandemic, consistent good sportsmanship, and promotion of sailing. The Commodore’s Cup goes to the RBSA boat with the best 2020 record in the Charity Races: CRAB, Hospice Cup, and Leukemia Cup. Mike Miller of Quintet took the Trophy this year. Mark Lister of Winsome Ride took the Most Improved award. Mark’s Bavaria 46 moved up 10 full spots in the overall standings for 2020.

Finally, the Red Lantern award is given to the skipper and crew who can appreciate other forms of performance in addition to sailing. Why show up on a racecourse with little hope of placing? To sail with friends and enjoy! This award considers tasks such as: can you sail an entire race without upsetting a tray of hors d’oeuvres? Can you prepare frozen daiquiris and popcorn while racing? After careful consideration, this year’s Red Lantern went to Jim Hyatt of Jambo. All in all, it was a very good season for Round Bay Sailing. Visit us at and come join us for the next race, April 21, 2021.

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his year can be summed up as a most unusual sailing season for The Corinthians Chesapeake Bay Fleet and everyone else on the planet. Once things opened up a bit, we were able to have some modified events on the water but only virtual ones for our scheduled land events. ##The last hurrah of the season on Leadenham Creek.

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The Fall Cruise’s final raftup in midOctober took participants to Hudson Creek (Little Choptank), Oxford (Tred Avon), and lastly Leadenham Creek (Choptank). We had a great turnout with 12 boats participating. New members, Nancy and Ron Hames, jumped right into joining in for the raftups as did Juan Ramirez and Kurt Riegel. Many thanks to endorsers and sponsors for our 2020 new members! Unfortunately, the change of seasons did not reduce the cases of Covid, so our Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony that is usually held

in New York was held via Zoom. Our traditional Eggnog Holiday Luncheon scheduled for December 12 will also be held virtually. At least we will be able to see each other, catch up a little, and wish one another well. With hopeful wishes, we have booked Annie’s Restaurant (Kent Island, MD) for Saturday, February 27, 2021 for a Farewell to Winter luncheon. Fingers crossed that this event will be able to take place in person. We certainly miss socializing! Updates will be forthcoming as the date approaches and registration is opened up. Members should check the online calendar after the first of the year. Have a safe and happy holiday season. See you in 2021! Not a member? Those interested in membership can pick up a brochure at select Bay area marinas or at

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By Laurie Underwood

he Hunter Sailing Association Station #1 (HSA-1) wrapped up the season with a virtual annual meeting on November 10. We kicked off the meeting with a fantastic guest speaker. Kristina Motley, senior environmental specialist with the Maryland Environmental Service, provided us with an informative virtual tour of the Paul S. Sarbanes Ecosystem Restoration Project at Poplar Island. She explained how dredged material from the channels approaching Baltimore Harbor are being deployed onto the island. She discussed the ongoing ecosystem restoration on the island. Motley also taught us about the various migratory birds that now call the island home. Finally, she discussed future ecosystem restoration plans. Many of us sail past the construction site around Poplar Island on a regular basis but did not have an understanding about the

specific habit restoration activities that are currently underway. It was a fascinating presentation. After Motley’s presentation, we turned to club business. The first order of business was to thank Bob Rectanus for his wonderful leadership as club commodore the past two years. We then turned to officers’ reports and the election of officers for 2021. The following people were elected to the bridge: commodore Laurie Underwood, Bootlegger; vice commodore Kim Valerio, Moon Shadow; fleet captain Ed Oliver, Ruff’N It; secretary Tom Walton, Musetta; treasurer Mike Meegan, Enavigare; immediate past commodore Bob Rectanus, Chasseur. Our last order of business was the awarding of our club recognitions. Laurie Underwood was honored as member of the year for creating a virtual happy hour series to keep club members connected

during the pandemic. Barb and Jeff Steele were honored as “Sailors of the Year” for spending over 100 days on the water and being recognized as part of the SpinSheet Century Club (see photo p. 48). If you have a Hunter in the midChesapeake Bay and are not a member, please check out our club at or email to learn more about the benefits of membership, which includes access to all club cruises and events and a direct connection to a network of Bay Hunter owners.


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##(L to R) Outgoing commodore Tony Ennis, commodore Bob Wayland, and Julie Ennis toast the new Indian Creek Bridge.


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n Friday, November 6, at the ringing of eight bells, a new Indian Creek Yacht Club (ICYC) bridge came on duty. Bob Wayland became commodore, George Fentress was installed as vice commodore, and Brian Clarke assumed rear commodore duties. New fleet captain Randy Graham joined the bridge, while sailing master Dan Hoyt, port captain John Upshur, secretary Nancy

Frank, and treasurer Paul Harris began new terms of office. Tony Ennis was presented with his past commodore flag. The club made a donation in his honor to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. “Tony showed outstanding and creative leadership during a year like no other in the history of Indian Creek,” Wayland said. “He invented a safe and fun way for members to gather at four

‘Bubbles by the Bay’ events held outdoors at the Club throughout the year.” ICYC boasts a membership of over 230 and a fleet of almost 200 sail and powerboats. The club sponsors several cruises, an annual flag raising and blessing of the fleet ceremony, and frequent meetings with educational programs. Adult sail training and dinghy racing is also offered during the summer months. Learn more at

Boater Ed, Social Events, and Civic Service


merica’s Boating Club Annapolis (also known as Annapolis Sail and Power Squadron (ASPS) is engaged in more than just boating. We are part of a national organization dedicated to providing top-of-the-line boater education courses, social activities for our members, and community and civic services. Despite the challenges posed by the ongoing pandemic, we have continued to meet our commitments, as demonstrated by holding our annual food drive for those in need. The event

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was held at the Elks Club Edgewater, MD, on October 17. If you want to learn more about all kinds of sailboats and powerboats and are looking for a great group to socialize with both on and off the water, look no further than America’s Boating Club Annapolis. For more information, check out our events calendar that appears in the Anchor Watch monthly newsletter. Go to and click on the link to the Anchor Watch. You don’t have to be a member or have a boat to come along.

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During Covid, Remembering a Good Surprise By Mary Ann Gordon


or The Sailing Club, Inc., the 2020 sailing season was non-existent. Although trips were planned, each one in its time was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. With more time spent at home, many of us have been reviewing past trips, enjoying photos and memories. For our August 2016 trip to the English Solent, birthplace of the America’s Cup, we had two chartered boats and crews equipped with foul weather gear, boots, and lots of warm clothing. The English weather can be changeable in August. In fact, it was in the 70s with blue skies every day that week! That was good, but there were more surprises to come. The first day out of Port Hamble, our destination was Cowes Harbor. We sailed through the racing boats, maneuvering as best we could without incident and, once in the harbor channel, found our way to

our sister ship who had docked ahead of us. We tied alongside. All lines secured, a few of us were on deck discussing dinner plans when a sailboat under power turned in the busy channel and came right for us. The helmsperson veered off at the last second and so avoided a T-bone, but still managed to give our starboard side a glancing blow and left some paint. The skipper on that boat, took the helm, never slowed, circled back, took in the damage and shouted, “I know your charter company. I’ll call them!,” and was gone up the channel. What was the name of that boat? What did he say? Radio contact with the charter company did not work, so it was a cell phone call, and it went right to voicemail. Our skipper left as clear a message as possible, and we proceeded. The real surprise was when we returned to the charter com-

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##Hunter Station-1 members Jeff and Barb Steele mark 100 days on the water.

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Jeanneau Sailboat Owners’ Recap of Summer

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he summer of 2020 has been an unusual experience for Jeanneau Sailboat Owners (JSO), as it has been for everyone all around the world. JSO held only one social event over the summer due to ongoing concerns about the pandemic, but sailors did go sailing, nonetheless. Ralph and Margaret Marlett on Margaritaville met up with Bill Hunsinger and Nancie Merritt on Wind Dragon for a spur of the moment, socially distanced raftup. Although tied together, both couples stayed in their own cockpits and socialized without venturing on to each other’s boats. Later, Ralph and Margaret sailed on to St. Michaels where they ran into Governor Hogan in one of the local bars. Nancie and Bill also spent several weekends either rafting up with friends, but socially distancing as noted above,

or on a mooring ball in Annapolis, just enjoying the activity around the harbor. Mick and Susan Meckler on The Office did a lot sailing over the summer and had some interesting adventures. For example, motoring in the southern part of their favorite anchorage, Still Pond, and finding it very busy, they turned north to go to a more open spot. Bam! They hit something hard, not the usual soft mud. After poking around with the boat hook, they discovered plenty of water all around except right where the keel was. They were on a rock! After a couple of tries and positioning his crew on the bow, Mick was able to maneuver the boat off the rocks. Now that spot is marked on his chart plotter for future reference. Running out of gas in the middle of the night while sailing up the Bay is a story Mick can tell another day.

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“I must down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky, And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by; And the wheel’s kick and the wind’s song and the white sail’s shaking, And a grey mist on the sea’s face, and a grey dawn breaking.

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I must down to the seas again, for the call of the running tide Is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied; And all I ask is a windy day with the white clouds flying, And the flung spray and the blown spume, and the seagulls crying.

I must down to the seas again, to the vagrant gypsy life, To the gull’s way and the whale’s way where the wind’s like a whetted knife; And all I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing fellow-rover, And quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long trick’s over.”

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Points Earned in 2020 • Series (fall, weeknight, frostbite)—5 points • Charity regatta/race—5 points • Volunteer day—4 points • Race committee day—4 points • Multi-day regattas—3 points • Distance or point-to-point race—3 points • Attend a racing or rules seminar or class—3 points • Single-day regatta—2 points • Take a new sailor racing—2 points • Donate $50 or more to a sailing charity—1 point

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Ramrod Captures ORC East Coast Championship


ollowing a one-year hiatus, Dick Neville, race committee chairman for the Storm Trysail ClubChesapeake Station, resurrected the Annapolis Fall Regatta, which also served as the ORC East Coast Championships. A strong fleet of 20 boats entered the Annapolis Fall Regatta: 13 in ORC 2 and seven in ORC 1. Neville served as principal race officer and was assisted by several veterans: Bruce Bingman, Taran Teague, and Barbara Neville on the signal boat. “I thought the race committee did a fantastic job,” said competitor Ed Hartman. “This weekend brought tough conditions to run races, but Dickie’s calm Tasmanian accent over the radio reassured the sailors they would do their best to get us around the course. Electronic results were posted very quickly, so we always knew where we stood. All in all, very professionally done.” Neville scheduled a distance race around government marks on the

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Chesapeake Bay for Friday. A light southsoutheasterly breeze in the six- to eightknot range prompted him to shorten the course to 19 nautical miles with Wasp winning ORC 1 and Ramrod topping ORC 2. Saturday brought light, fluky conditions, so Neville postponed on station in hopes of finding a stable breeze. He got off one start but was quickly forced to abandon. Fortunately, Sunday brought strong northeasterly winds in the 12- to 15-knot range, allowing the race committee to complete three windward-leeward races. Neville set windward legs of 1.4 nautical miles and sent the fleet around twice. “We were very pleased with the attendance this year,” said Neville, who was hopeful for a 2021 Annapolis Fall Regatta. “If we can get some out of town entries to go along with this strong local fleet of ORC boats, we could have a great event.”

Before racing began, a memorial for Geoff Ewenson was held with a wreath hung from the committee boat and a moment of silence among the RC and sailors. Rod Jabin took delivery of a J/111 in March, just as the global pandemic shut down sailboat racing on the Chesapeake Bay and beyond. Rather than race, Jabin’s new toy sat on a cradle at Bert Jabin’s Yacht Yard. “I got the boat, and we were shut down from the get-go,” said Jabin, who bought the J/111 from an owner in Cowes, England. Going into the Annapolis Fall Regatta, Jabin and crew had competed in the Annapolis Yacht Club’s Wednesday Night Series, the AYC Race to Solomons, the Screwpile Challenge in Solomons, and the AYC Fall Series. The team’s performance reflected this preparation in the Annapolis Fall Regatta. Jabin steered Ramrod to victory in all four races to capture the ORC East Coast Championship. 33 ##Paul Jer vis on the J/1 a Wasp led his team to ORC 1. convincing victory in

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program off the ground with Annapolis professional Chris Larson overseeing the basic building blocks. “All credit goes to Chris Larson, who has really done a great job putting the boat together,” Jabin said. “Chris took care of getting the sails organized, tuning the boat, and putting the crew together. This weekend he did a great job of getting us around the racecourse.” Larson called tactics for Jabin, who sailed with an extremely talented crew. Matt Beck trimmed the main, while Morgan Trubovich and Ridgely McKenzie teamed up to trim the headsails. Teddy Haaland handled the foredeck, Van Walke worked the mast, and Fletcher Sims was in the pit. “Full credit goes to the crew for sailing the boat so well. I can’t believe we were able to save our eypenny ##Ken Comerford on his J/111 Mon time on some of the other great on man Hart y Cind and placed third, with Ed 2. ORC in boats that were out here,” Jabin nd seco the J/122 M’am’selle in said. “We managed to get clean

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S P I N S H E E T. C O M / S P I N S H E E T- R A C I N G - T E A M on the strength of two second place finishes. M’am’selle totaled 14 points, three better than skipper Ken Comerford and his team on the J/111 Moneypenny. There was a good battle between a pair of Naval Academy entries in ORC 1. Members of the Navy Varsity Offshore Sailing Team performed impressively as skipper Paul Jervis and the crew of the J/133 Wasp outlasted skipper Ashley Koenig and her team aboard the Farr 40 Ranger. Jervis served as tactician for driver Maddy Ploch as Wasp posted a solid score line of 1-3-1-2 for a low score of seven points. Ranger won the opening buoy race Sunday and followed with a couple of thirds in finishing four points astern. “Ranger seemed to be our main competitor. Our logic was to sail our own race and make sure we stayed in pressure, but to also remain in fighting range with Ranger,” said Jervis, a first-class midshipman. “We were pretty much able to sail their angles or a little lower and stay in

##Rod Jabin proved victorious on his new touch. We kept up with them J/111 Ramrod. Photos by Will Keyworth pretty well on both the upwind and downwind legs.” In the time-on-time format of the ORC scoring choices, Ranger owed Wasp a minute and change per hour. Rounding out the Wasp crew were Lauren Breitinger (main), Teagan Foley (spinnaker), Joe Garcia (jib), Patrick Michalik (pit), Gary Munsell (bow), Gregory Smith (floater), and Vaughn Studer Wasp as safety officer on Friday and with (mast). Ranger on Sunday. Standing on the stern Head coach Jahn Tihansky entered of Ranger, Tihansky had a good vantage four of the Naval Academy’s donated point to observe the Wasp crew and came boats in the Annapolis Fall Regatta. away impressed. Members of the Navy Varsity Offshore “They sailed their boat extremely well Sailing Team also raced the Ker 50 Wahoo and had it going fast. They got good and the Farr 40 Zephyr. starts, stayed out of trouble, and had solid Because of the coronavirus, Tihansky boat-handling,” he said. “They essentially has been unable to utilize his cadre of covered from behind, and Ranger was volunteer coaches. He was the only coach unable to get away from Wasp. They made on the water this weekend, sailing aboard no mistakes.”

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##John Kircher’s Chessie team, Paul Jervis’s Dreadnought team, and Kevin Fitzgerald’s Rum Puppy team.

##Midshipman Katie Boyle’s team on the J/105 Cons tellation placed second. ##Kevin Ward and Mike Brown’s

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Jester Proves Victorious at the J/105 Chesapeake Bay Championship


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T op F ive F inishers J/105 (20 Boats) 1. Jester, Hugh Bethell 2. Constellation, Katie Boyle 3. Ctrl Alt Del, Ben duPont 4. Mirage, Cedric Lewis/ Fredrik Salvesen 5. Syndicate, Kevin Ward/ Mike Brown


S P I N S H E E T. C O M / S P I N S H E E T- R A C I N G - T E A M ##Mike McNamara and his team on Artemis (foreground) placed third in PHRF B.

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Fall Racing Fun at the BCYA Harbor Cup By Adam Podbielski


hile 2020 has certainly been a challenging year, it couldn’t keep competitors away from Baltimore City Yacht Association’s (BCYA) annual Harbor Cup Regatta. Marking the official end of the club’s season, almost 70 boats came from all corners of the Bay to race on a beautiful fall day. This included a strong showing in three classes from the Chesapeake Racer Cruiser Association, which does a wonderful job promoting the growing interest in racing and friendly competition among cruising boats. The race runs from Baltimore Light at the mouth of the Magothy back to Baltimore’s picturesque Inner Harbor. While steady winds at the start got all nine classes off the line with ease, the lackluster breeze that followed proved to be troublesome. Luckily BCYA’s stellar race committee excels at thinking on its feet. As was the case with the challenging conditions of the club’s summer regatta, swift action ##Tris tan and Sheila Kee J/3 0 Infectious Smile.


was taken to ensure the best outcome for racers. With competitors struggling to find wind and looking as if they might finish outside of the six-hour time limit, the RC made the decision to shorten the course just leeward of the Key Bridge instead of sending racers on to the intended finish at Anchorage Marina. The long and the short courses ended up being just over 11 and 10 nautical miles respectively. Although there was no official awards party, many competitors did make their way to Anchorage Marina to take advantage of the complimentary overnight accommodations being generously offered and to pick up their pre-packaged party packs, which they could enjoy safely in the comfort and distance of their own boats. BCYA has also stepped up their swag in recent years, and the slick tech quarter-zips designed for the race proved to be the hot ticket of the day! With any luck, this winter season will fly by quickly, and we’ll all be sailing

##Joe Cummings on Shuang Hsi.

F irst - P lace F inishers CRCA – PC Frolic, John Keith Donald CRCA – RC Actaea, Michael Cone CRCA – TC Winsome Ride, Mark Lister Multihull A Mikayla, John Nicholson Multihull B Tri-Pawed, Keith Champman PHRF A Endorphin, St. Mary’s College, John Pica, Scott Steele PHRF B Flying Circus, David John Coleman PHRF N Safari, Rich Harrity Shorthanded Jubilee, Keith Mayes again sooner than we know it. BCYA is one of the first clubs in our area to start up regular racing in the spring, and I can’t wait to see what next year has in store! ##Al Bossar Jr.’s Allegiant. December 2020 59

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##The RC flew an “EWE” flag in honor of winning Viper sailor Geoff Ewenson who passed away two weeks before the event.


n the weekend of October 30 – November 1, the Eastport Yacht Club hosted its annual Fall Brawl, a one-design regatta for J/70s, J/80s, and Viper 640s. The race committee flew an “EWE” flag in remembrance of winning Viper sailor Geoff Ewenson, and several Vipers displayed “EWE” stickers on their booms. Find full results at

T op T hree R es u lts J/70 (17 Boats) 1. Murder Hornet, Cate Muller-Terhune 2. Catapult, Joel Ronning 3. Gamecock Sailing (Rarity), Peter McClennen J/80 (3 Boats) 1. More Cowbell, Sarah Alexander 2. Vitesse, Eunice Lin 3. Stacked Deck, Ramzi Bannura

le the show with their J/8 0 More Cowbell sto ##Sarah Alexander’s by Will Key worth tos Pho n. wo and . Halloween cos tumes..

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Viper 640 (6 Boats) 1. Remembering Geoff, Bill Vickers 2. Remembering Geoff, Walt Pletcher 3. Weather Permitting, Robert & Becky Ranzenbach

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J/22 and J/24 East Coast Championships

n the weekend of October 16-18, Severn Sailing Association hosted the J/22 and J/24 East Coast Championships off Annapolis.

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J/24 (22 boats) 1. Honeybadger, Travis Odenbach, Collin Kirby, Wilson Stout, Patrick Wilson 2. Bangor Packet, Tony Parker, Will Bomar, Zeke Horowitz, Emma Mendenhall 3. Mental Floss, Aidan Glackin 4. Rush Hour, Patrick FitzGerald, Kelly FitzGerald, Mike Coe, Meridith Jacob 5. Rumming On Empty, Ryan Lashaway, Olivia Lashaway, Tim Vining, Corrine Sackett J/22 (12 boats) 1. Hot Toddy, Jeffrey Todd 2. USNA, Jeffrey Petersen 3. The Corner of Sanity and Madness, Chris Junge 4. Scooby, J.R. Maxwell 5. Bacon and Beers, Aden King

##Travis Odenbach’s team on the J/24 Honeybadger bea t the second -place team by 17 points. Photos by Will Key worth

##Tony Parker on the J/24 Bangor Packet placed second.

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HYC Hosts the 505 East Coast Championships By Max Plarr


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05 sailors thrive in windy conditions, and Hampton Roads did not hold back for the class East Coast Championship, hosted by Hampton Yacht Club October 30 -November 1. On Friday, sailors met for a competitors’ meeting outside by the flagpole where winds were sustained in the low to mid 20s. As the 505 class sailors gathered, Tyler Moore said a few words in honor of a past teammate and competitor who loved sailing the classic high-performance dinghy: Geoff Ewenson. All of us gathered in a moment of silence and after the salute of a cannon the club lowered the colors in honor of Geoff for the event. There was one last change to the sailing instructions that the 505 class flag would be substituted with the EWE Spirit flag.

As 505s headed to the starting area, the course was set and those brave enough saw gusts in the third race of the day peaking over 30 knots! It became a real tactical choice for many whether to launch the spinnaker downwind. Fortunately, thanks to John Pareira and Doug Amthor, there were ample safety boats for the inevitable capsizes. All of the teams that left the dock were pretty maxed out after three races in Friday’s conditions. Saturday pressed on with perfect conditions in the teens that allowed PRO Mark Wheeler and Kathy Wheeler to get off four races. Each day the winds were fairly steady in oscillation, making easy work for the experienced mark boat team of Tom and Debbie Ryan. Going into Sunday the winds were going to build throughout the day starting in the

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##The winning father-and-son team Luke and John Ingalls. Photo courtesy of HYC

mid-teens to a front that was supposed to hit close to noon. With seven races on the score sheet the racing was close, and based upon the experience level of the fleet, the race committee team decided that two races could be pulled off Sunday morning before safely getting everyone off the water ahead of the front. The scores were tight going into the final race. Luke and John Ingalls held a onepoint lead over HYC team Clark Hayes and Eric Schwab, while the other top contending HYC team of Henry Amthor and Chris Pfrang had a close battle over third with Dave Kirkpatrick and Parker Colantuano from Sail Newport. The father-andson team of Luke and John Ingalls from Sakonnet Yacht Club in Rhode Island took home the 2020 East Coast Championship trophy by finding the best pressure! Whitney Hayes and Anna Patterson from HYC took home the trophy for the highest finishing All-Women’s Team, and Benton Amthor and Marcus Adams took home the highest finishing U-25 Team. After Sunday’s two races without a moment to spare, all of the fleet on their dollies and everyone safe ashore, the front hit, gusting to over 40 knots and pouring rain. I want to commend Wheeler and the entire 505 ECC RC team for their excellent judgement providing fantastic racing in conditions where many others never would have left the dock. The fleet was very appreciative and as “Uncle Henry” told me a few days later, he was still recovering but that was a blast! This article first appeared in HYC’s Mainsheet newsletter. December 2020 63

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Black Widow Wins the Atlantic Regatta at Virginia Beach


By Stephanie DeMarco

n a beautiful September fall day on the Virginia Beach Oceanfront, beachgoers were transfixed by the majestic sight of the Atlantic Regatta race fleet heading toward the course mark located off the Oceanfront at 24th Street. The proximity of the racing fleet to surfers and swimmers along the surf line created a visual sensation. At times it appeared that several surfers, surfing along the surf line, were going to ride a wave onto the deck of a racing sailboat. The race, formerly the Neptune Regatta, was associated with the Neptune Festival. Due to Covid restrictions, the Neptune Festival was cancelled this year. The Atlantic Regatta was the sole flagship Neptune Festival event that was held this year. Beachgoers expressed great appreciation of this aspect of normalcy and stalwart representation of a sport that has deep roots in the maritime heritage of Virginia Beach life. Years ago, the Low Rent Regatta popularized sailboat racing in the area. Fast forward to the 90s: a race called the Chesapeake Atlantic Race was created and was affiliated with the Neptune Festival. This race became the Neptune’s Atlantic Regatta. Members of the Broad Bay Sailing Association (BBSA) organized and coordinated the race with Neptune Festival organizers. Mike Nestor and Eva Dailey, BBSA members, led the charge to organize this race in 2003. The Raven Restaurant, a Beach Landmark ##Black Widow at the Atlantic Regatta.

Restaurant, became the sponsor of the race for many years. The Raven hosted the skippers meeting and provided the awards for winners in subsequent years. Today’s race format, a 15-mile, straight-line, point-to-point race qualifies as an on-the-water pursuit drag race. It is an unusual race in that knowledge of rules of racing do not come into play nearly as much as a closed course race. The course could be considered a cruiser-friendly race due to this race format. The race starts outside the Little Creek Inlet in Norfolk and finishes at 24th Street at the Oceanfront. The race is a CBYRA-sanctioned race and is part of the Southern Bay Racing Series. Racers may find historical race results from the first race at The winner of the 2020 Atlantic Regatta was Black Widow, skippered by Carl Gade. An interview of the skipper reflects a deep passion for being on the water and love of sailboat racing. When asked how he regarded racing, Carl replied that racing was the highlight of his week. While most of us who have been bitten by the race bug feel this way, the story of Black Widow is unusual. Carl grew up in Denmark and has been sailing since he was 10-12 years old. His motto is “as long as it floats, he is on it.” His crew includes Ken Copeland and Alvin Girardin, who are all boat partners, plus four or five other regulars. This guarantees the highest caliber race crew at all times. They do not cruise on the 50-yearold Irwin 38 Black Widow at all. They have been racing this boat for 25 years and are known for spearheading the adoption of high-tech racing sails in the area. Carl is

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##Carl Gade on Black Widow.

known for pushing the edge of performance and is never stingy when it comes to sails or hull maintenance. He prefers sails made by North Sails; his sails have 14 tell-tails and five battens. Edward Gray of Hampton, owner of Marine Services, maintains the boat in tip top shape. When asked what their secret sauce is, Carl replied that they sail to the best of their boat’s ability. His boaton-boat tactics he learned by osmosis, by doing it over and over, and by refining his skills that way. He mentioned that each crew member must know their task, and each crew member is very good at their respective tasks and are very fast. He works at molding his crew together to perform at their highest level. His success factors are a combination of three elements: crew, equipment, and luck. Other crew members own boats but do not race them. When I inquired about the story behind the name of the boat, he said that Leo Wardrup, who used to race the boat, named the boat. Leo liked the black widow story: a spider who entices other spiders and then eats them. Carl’s favorite race of the year is the Atlantic Regatta, as it plays to his crew’s sailing capabilities. It is usually a windy ocean race, conditions they enjoy racing in immensely. Carl’s recent win is the reflection of his crew’s ability to race competitively on the open ocean. Scott Almond and Carl Gade contributed to this article.

PHRF A Myrage, Christian Schaumloffel PHRF B/C Callinectes, Ben Cuker PHRF N Black Widow, Gade, Girardin, Copeland CRCA Red Frog, Randy Goodman

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Recognition for International Race Officers


orld Sailing, the governing body for the sport of sailing, is recognized by the International Olympic Committee and the International Paralympic Committee. Of the many responsibilities it has to the sport and competitors, appointing international status to individuals in the areas of race officiating, judging, and umpiring is paramount. This recognition on the world stage is earned over years of commitment to sailing competition and continuing education. Depending on the level of the event and class rules, international status is mandatory for the lead race officer and often for the chief


##At the 2020 Leukemia Cup, here’s Sandy Grosvenor (L) with a Go Pro on her head at the helm of her Road Trip, which often serves as an RC boat on the Chesapeake.

judge or umpire, depending upon the discipline. This year Annapolis Yacht Club recognized Taran Teague, who has been certified as an International Race Officer (IRO) by World Sailing, as well as Sandy Grosvenor whose IRO status has been extended. Both of these longtime members of AYC’s race and protest committees

have spent countless hours giving back to the club and competitors on the Chesapeake Bay and beyond the Mid-Atlantic. Jim Capron also was renewed as an International Judge. Other Judges in this region include Joe Krolak and Darryl Waskow, and Umpires include Jeff Borland. Measurers include Dina Kowalyshyn, Eric Reinke, Polk Wagner, and Tim Winger.

Weather Extremes for Etchells and Star Sailors

ompetitors in Annapolis Yacht Club’s Fall Etchells and Lippincott Memorial Regatta know that anything can happen at this end-of-season event, and this year didn’t disappoint. On Saturday morning PRO Sandy Grosvenor posted an AP ashore, giving sailors a chance to tweak their boats and grab another cup of coffee… or two. After a long wait, some hope, and even a few racers leaving the dock, racing was abandoned.

Sunday was rainy, chilly, and shifty, but the AYC RC knocked out three races for both classes before sending everyone in to get warm and dry. In the Etchells Fleet, Jose Fuentes placed first with his crew of Joe Morris, Wilson Stout, and Johann Lopez. Topping the Star fleet and winning the Howard L. Lippincott Perpetual Trophy were Joshua Powell and crew Mark Strube. Powell was one of a handful of sailors to come in from out of town heralding from New Buffalo, MI. Find full results at

##Jose Fuentes on his Etchells Carumba finishing an AYC Wednesday Night Race in July. Photo by Will Keyworth

T op T hree R es u lts Star (13 Boats) 1. Aegis, Joshua Powell, Mark Strube 2. Roll n Roaster, Benjamin

Sternberg, Valentin Veytsman

3. Manipulator, Matthew

Rajacich, Rodney Michael

Etchells (11 Boats) 1. Caramba, Jose Fuentes, Wilson Stout, Joe Morris, Johann Lopez 2. Vertigo 2, Chris Lanza,

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Notes About 2021 and Some History from 1911


By Tim Ford

BYRA will host its virtual Annual General Meeting on Saturday, December 5, on Zoom. Make sure your club or fleet appoints one person to represent your organization. We will need that name and their contact information to admit that representative to the “meeting room,” to ensure a quorum, and make sure that we do not surpass our Zoom meeting quota. Send your representative’s contact information to We sincerely hope the next season is an easier one for racers, clubs, and fleets, as the shifting landscape has been quite a challenge for anyone in charge of scheduling. In that regard, hats go off to CBYRA’s Michael Wagner, who compiled, edited, and re-edited the Wack-A-Mole Green Book this past season. Obviously, publishing the Green Book online has been a huge asset; it’s hard to fathom how we’d have coped with this season if we had been back in hardcopy mode. Look for a brand new CBYRA website coming in 2021. This one should be easier on the eyes, more informative, and much more adaptable to both the administrative and editorial necessities of a yacht racing association website. CBYRA’s goals in 2021 will be to further improve communications, promote more races in all four regions, and provide more member benefits such as educational presentations on racing tactics, fleetbuilding and safety. One thing that’s often forgotten about our YRA is that it’s a repository of sailboat racing history on the Chesapeake. The pandemic has made access to the CBYRA office somewhat difficult, but rest assured that the many Perpetual Trophies and other tidbits of history still reside there. Recently CBYRA got an inquiry from someone in Chile, asking for more information on the trophy shown here.

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It’s from 1911, when CBYRA was just three or four years old. It looks as if they took trophies pretty seriously 110 years ago! We were not able, at this point, to identify exactly where the “Race to North” finished, North Point? Northeast River? We did find quite a bit of information on the yacht Zillicoa in old Yachting and The Rudder magazines, as well as The Baltimore Sun and Lloyd’s Registry from 1917. This 1911 trophy was from back in the pre-World War I years when boats were rated under Nathanael Herreshoff’s 1902 Universal Rule, and it’s likely that Zillicoa, at 40 feet LOA and 25 feet LWL, was a Q-Class competitor. In any case, it looks like Zillicoa did well racing on the Bay. While it’s unclear who the owner was in

1911, apparently he or she sent an enterprising Chilean crew member, studying in Baltimore, back to his home country with some serious CBYRA swag. You have to love the bas-relief Bacchanalia scene on the trophy base, honoring the tradition of post-race parties (remember those?) and even including a prominent red solo cup! There’s more to the Zillicoa story, but in the interest of brevity here, we’ll wait and put it on the CBYRA History page with the new website. We look forward to seeing your club, class, or fleet’s representative, virtually, at the AGM in mid-December. Maybe you can get your rep to use a racing shot of your boat as their Zoom “virtual background,” making it a much more entertaining and inspiring Annual General Meeting.

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Reflections From the Normandy Channel Race By Hannes Leonard

Last September, 16-year-old Hannes Leonard competed as the youngest co-skipper ever in the 11th annual Normandy Channel Race, a legendarily tough, doublehanded race through the English Channel and up the Irish Sea. Hannes cut his teeth racing and sailing on the Chesapeake with his dad Greg Leonard aboard their J/120 Heron. Now Greg and Hannes are racing their Class40 Kite out of Hamble-le-Rice, England. Here’s Hannes’s recap of the race:


tarted in 2010, the Normandy Channel Race is a true offshore challenge. The 1000-mile race starts in Caen, Normandy, and snakes its way across the English Channel around Land’s End, up the Irish Sea to Tuskar Rock, and back down to Fastnet Rock and Guernsey before returning to Caen. The competition and challenge attract many of the top European sailing names from the shorthanded offshore circuit. Notably, 12 competitors from previous editions are competing in this year’s Vendée Globe. The race is sailed exclusively in Class40s designed for long-distance, shorthanded racing. The box rule makes the class particularly interesting with a wide variety of designs and different generations racing together without any time corrections. Notable races include the Transat Jacques Vabre, a doublehanded race from France to South America; the Route du Rhum, a solo race from France to Guadeloupe; the Transat CIC, a solo race from France to the United States; and two upcoming around the world races.

Our preparation for the Normandy Channel Race started in June, when we were able to get our boat Kite, a Sam Manuard designed Mach 40.3, to the UK. From then on, with virtually all of the Class40 races cancelled, my dad and I trained every weekend. The learning curve from our J/120 was steep, but with help from other Class40 sailors and a lot of practice, we managed to cover the basics. Given the Covid restrictions of 2020, we were fortunate to be able to compete in the Normandy Channel Race. Sandwiched between the two main rounds of European lockdowns, race organizers adapted to keep the race together with 26 teams during this crazy year. We’re also especially thankful that they granted us and a British team an exemption from participating in the pre-race activities in the race village. Their flexibility in allowing us to complete all the safety checks in the UK and sail straight to the start enabled us to avoid quarantine. After an overnight delivery to the start, a dolphin off our bow promised good luck at the sunset start on Sunday evening. During the first few days, we raced in variable conditions amidst spectacular scenery. The first night of ##Greg and Hannes. racing, both rudders and their wakes glowed silver with phosphorescence. Sailing past our home waters of the Solent required some mental toughness as a warm, dry bed and real food were a bit of a siren song. On our course around Land’s End and up the Irish Sea, we encountered more than 1000 dolphins, one surfacing military

##Hannes cut his teeth on the J/120 Heron on the Chesapeake.

submarine, and fog much thicker than pea soup. Along the way, the race committee eliminated the Fastnet Rock and Guernsey leg due to projected heavy weather forecast for Thursday night. In apparent anticipation of the high winds, our mainsheet at that point decided it fancied a bath and came free from the boom, prompting several hours of jury-rigging. The promised heavy weather arrived Thursday night, and we bashed upwind in 35 knots and 3.5-meter waves for 36 hours, not the most comfortable on a 4.5ton boat. If you can picture being inside a drum as it’s being played while in a washing machine, you’re still not quite there. Amidst the fray, our genoa unfurled, punching multiple holes in itself and the staysail, effectively eliminating our upwind headsails. Nevertheless, we kept on racing with a storm jib, finally rounding Cherbourg on Saturday morning to abating winds. The sail shortage meant that we didn’t cross the finish line in Caen until Saturday night, six days after our start. At the finish line, the race committee sent us back to the UK with a goody bag containing French pizza and pastries, the first real food we’d eaten in over a week. Overall, the race was an incredible challenge and an intense introduction to the Class40 and European offshore sailing circuit. It was such a privilege to race against so many talented sailors, and we look forward to being back on the start line again. Learn more at: and December 2020 67

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Setting Priorities for Your Worlds Experience


inter is a great time to cozy up inside and plan for upcoming adventures. While regatta schedules are still getting sorted for 2021, now’s the time to start making plans and preparations if you’re considering participating in a world championship. Sailing is such a special sport in that, in many cases, we amateurs can compete in world championships alongside sailing pros and share the starting line with Olympians. That’s just not the case with so many other sports. The only way I could ever participate in the Stanley Cup would be if I got to be a really good Zamboni driver. But in sailing, amateurs with “day jobs” testing ourselves against the very best in our sport—people who are sailors 24/7—is what happens at many world championships. But competing in a world championship, especially one outside the United States, takes a lot of preparation, time, and money. If you’re going to do it, it’s important to match your expectations with what you put in to the regatta. What are your goals; why do you want to sail in the regatta? Win the championship/finish in the top 10? Be competitive in your part of the fleet, whether that’s in the middle of the pack or not even on the first page of the results? Learn a lot? Make new friends? Go sailing in a gorgeous new-to-you location? Sail in a worlds because it’s close to home with easy logistics? Those are all completely valid things to aim for.

By Kim Couranz

Deciding what you realistically want to aim for will guide you in your preparations, as you plan for months or even a year to hit the starting date of the regatta appropriately prepared in your fitness, boat situation, and logistics. While some worlds are open to anyone who wants to enter, others require that you qualify through feeder events or be selected—so your quest to sail in certain world championships may take multiple years. Fitness is, of course, a huge part of your potential success at a worlds. Depending on your goals, maybe it’s just stepping up your cardio and adding in a weights session weekly. If you’re shooting for higher levels, better still to work with a trainer to develop a boat-specific training plan that over the course of a number of months will build your abilities and endurance. Yes, you can work with a trainer virtually, so let’s get started! The boat situation can be a tricky one. For some world championship events, boats are provided/chartered as new or almost new, and you just need to sort out how to travel with some of your equipment and sails. For other classes, maybe you bring your own boat—perhaps trailering it to somewhere in North America, shipping it to somewhere else in the world—if you’re focusing on being in the top half of the fleet. Chartering a boat may be a good solution if you’re focusing on building skills and friendships or if shipping your boat doesn’t fit in your budget. But

accept that the boat probably won’t be set up as you’re used to, and a few extra preregatta days may be needed to rig it in a way that won’t leave you frustrated throughout the regatta. Are there elements on your boat that you absolutely love? It can easily be worth it to bring your personal mainsheet rather than relying on what the boat owner may provide. Logistics play an important role, too. Having confidence in your travel arrangements and lodging can make the difference between good nutrition, restful sleep, and an easy commute to the boat park during the regatta or suffering through a suboptimal situation. Suggestions for lodging posted on the regatta website can be super helpful, but don’t just stop there in your search for lodging and other needs. Each of my worlds experiences in three different classes (Yngling, Snipe, Laser) has been memorable in different ways from the sailing, to the location, to the people, to the vacations I’ve tacked on when traveling far from home. As with any standard vacation, planning for and anticipating your worlds experience is a large part of the fun. So, dive on in to the planning! There are so many nuanced decisions to make and things to consider— SpinSheet will host an online Happy Hour on Facebook Live and YouTube at 5 p.m. EST on Friday, December 4, to talk about just this. J/24 sailor Tony Parker will also share his knowledge about world championship preparation. Join us for the conversation!

##The author snapped this shot from her phone at the 2017 Laser Masters Worlds in Split, Croatia.

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Annapolis Yacht Sales (AYS) continues growing its sales team with the addition of Jeff Nicklason. Jeff joins the team with many years of sales experience in luxury automobiles and over the last few years has found a new clientele in the boat industry. He is a lifelong resident of Maryland and he believes his knowledge of the Chesapeake Bay is a great tool in helping him to understand the needs of his clients and quickly find them the boat of their dreams. Jeff says he wanted to join Annapolis Yacht Sales for their, “deep history and tight knit, family-oriented culture.” Just like AYS, Jeff believes that each client should be 100 percent satisfied with their entire boat buying experience from their first call to the delivery day and beyond. Jeff will be working out of their Bay Bridge Marina office and can be reached at (410) 353-7423 or

Dealer Awards

Ranger Tugs and Cutwater Boats recently award key dealers with outstanding performance. Pocket Yacht Company was awarded “Ranger Tugs Largest Domestic Dealer,” “World’s Largest Ranger Tugs Dealer,” and “World’s Largest Ranger Tugs and Cutwater Boats Dealer.” Congratulations to Pocket Yacht Company!

New Floating Dock

The Chesapeake Yacht Club (CYC) announces the completion of its new floating dock. This stateof-the-art facility provides 38 deep water slips for yachts up to 70 feet long and can accommodate a wide range of powerboats, sailboats, and catamarans. In announcing the opening, Commodore Ed Shelby said: “We have invested millions of dollars and spent years planning and designing these new slips to provide our members with the finest docking facilities available. Over 60 tons of steel piles, 100 tons of floating dock, and 11 tons of electrical cable were used to construct this new dock. It is designed to withstand wind loads up to 100 miles per hour and storm surges over 6 feet.” Commodore Shelby added, “CYC continues to invest in our community and we are proud to provide jobs during this unprecedented time due to the coronavirus. We thank all our members, engineers, suppliers, construction firms, and others who have made this project a success.”

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Regent Point Marina Full Service Yacht Repair Facility. See our website for FREE winter storage and bottom paint special (Nov 15-April 15) and FREE quarter on new annual leases special! Call Regent Point Marina at (804) 758-4457 or email us at  26’ MacGregor 26 ‘00 60-hp Yamaha outboard (2015) less than 20 hrs, capable of making 20 knots, roller furling genoa, coastal weekender/ racer. Asking price: $12,500. Call Regent Point Marina at (804) 758-4457 or email us at 

Seaward 26-32-46 Extreme shoal draft & trailerable boats. Shoal draft of only 20 inches to over 6 ft. We have several Seaward 26 & 32 and now a 46 previously loved boats for sale now! Contact S&J Yachts 410 639-2777

1996 Block Island 40 $99,000

2005 Sabre 386 $199,000

1994 Colvin Steel 41 $75,000

1996 Catalina 42 Mk 2 $110,000

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27’ Bristol 27 ‘71 6-hp Tohatsu outboard (2014), low engine hours, gps with depth sounder. Asking price: $6,500. Call Regent Point Marina at (804) 758-4457 or email us at  30’ Catalina 30 ‘76 ’Arrow’ 12-hp Yanmar two 15 watt solar panels, icebox, roller furling genoa, coastal cruiser/racer. Asking price: $7,500. Call Regent Point Marina at (804) 758-4457 or email  30’ Hunter Cherubini 30 ‘78 20-hp Kubota (182 hrs) A/C, gps, auto pilot, icebox, new upholstery, roller furling genoa, sails are in great cond., coastal cruiser/racer. Asking price: $14,900. Call Regent Point Marina at (804) 758-4457 or email  32’ Hunter Vision ‘92 ’Hazel T’ 27-hp Yanmar diesel, project boat, auto-pilot, depth/speed, electric winch, refrigerator, A/C. Asking price: $6,500. Call Regent Point Marina at (804) 7584457 or email us at  32’ Sabre 32 ‘84 21-hp Westerbeke (2020 hrs) gps, autopilot, depth, speed, wind dir., icebox, roller furling genoa, bluewater cruiser/racer. Asking price: $27,500. Call Regent Point Marina at (804) 758-4457 or email 

Island Packet Yachts 27 - 52 Excellent cruiser liveaboard w/ tremendous storage/comfort. Looking to buy/list your Island Packet? S&J Yachts is the World leader in selling IP s. 18 models and 32 boats currently listed. S&J Yachts (410) 639-2777

Bavaria Yachts 34 – 57 NEW & Brokerage Quality – Performance – Style. Enjoy the expertise of German engineering. Thinking of a new boat or want to sell your Bavaria? Contact S&J Yachts 410 639-2777

2019 Rosborough 246 Halifax SOLD .. $159,500 2011 Presto 30 with Trailer SOLD......... $99,000 1985 Grand Banks Sedan 32 REDUCED $45,000 2001 Beneteau 331 SOLD ..................... $52,500 2006 Najad 332 ................................... $149,900 1986 Sabre 34 Mk II PENDING .............. $34,900 1985 Mirage 35 ..................................... $29,900 1989 Island Packet 35 .......................... $72,500 2012 Hunter 36e Electric .................... $114,500 2018 Edgewater 370 CC...................... $449,000 2008 Island Packet 370 ...................... $209,500 2005 Sabre 386 ................................... $199,000 2002 Beneteau 393 3 Cabin REDUCED . $99,500 1981 Hans Christian 39 Pilothouse NEW..... Call 1985 Tartan 40 .................................... $114,500

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1996 Block Island 40 NEW.................... $99,000 1994 Colvin Steel Ketch 41 ................... $75,000 2008 Hunter 41.................................... $129,000 2015 Beneteau OC 41 3 Cabin ............ $219,000 1996 Catalina 42 MKII 3 Cabin ........... $110,000 1997 Catalina 42 MKII 2 Cabin ............. $88,000 1997 Shannon 43 Ketch...................... $199,000 1994 Beneteau 44 CC 3 Cabin ............ $125,500 1984 Stamas 44 CC............................. $105,000 2017 PJ S&S 49 Aluminum ................. $197,000 2016 Beneteau OC 48 3 Cabin ............ $397,500 2009 Beneteau OC 49 3 Cabin ............ $259,000 2001 Dufour Atoll 6 5 Cabin ............... $165,000 1996 Horizon Steel 50 PH ................... $169,000 2002 J Boats 160 Shoal Draft ............. $369,000

Anne & Jon Hutchings Anne: 804.567.0092

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Tartan 3700 CCR ’08 Already Sold! Southerly Yachts NEW & Brokerage S&J Yachts - your choice to sell quality 36-57  Best shoal draft, blue water bluewater boats. Call to sell yours! boats for over 35 yrs. Sail the Bay or $195,000 S&J Yachts 410-639-2777 cross Oceans. Push button variable draft swing keel completely retracts inside hull. Several brokerage boats available: 36 57. S&J Yachts 410 639-2777

Gozzard 37B 03 Superbly maintained! Roomy comfortable interior. B plan features\ much larger galley w/cozy table for 2. plus standard table. AC/ generator, furling main, bow thruster, full enclosure, davits $197,000 S&J Yachts 410 639-2777.

Sabre 426 ‘ 05 Shoal draft 5 2 . Maintained to the highest levels! Continually upgraded: electronics, sails, upholstery, systems. New Yanmar eng 717 (625 hrs). Participated in Caribbean 1500; twice 2nd in class. A rare find! $250,000 S&J Yachts 410-639-2777

Jeanneau 45 DS ‘11 New listing. Well maintained & lightly used 1 owner boat that has lived on the Bay. 3 cabins, 2 heads, generator, A/C - all you need for comfortable, fast cruising. $234,500 S&J Yachts 410 639-2777

Seaward 46 ‘14 Extreme shoal draft of 2’ 7” to 7’ 6” . Lightly used & very well treated by its owner. Raised pilothouse nav seat w/ 360 degree views. New electronics, batteries, inverter. $399,500. S&J Yachts 410 639-2777

Outbound 46 ‘12 One owner boat. Meticulously maintained. Fully equipped. Updated interior layout w/ nav on stbd side & larger head aft w/ separate shower. A/C, Gen., Arch w/ davits, Solar panels. $460,000. S&J Yachts 410 639-2777

Beneteau 473 ‘05 New listing. Extremely clean! Low eng hrs. Spacious & bright 3 cabin, 2 heads. Wellequipped w/ generator, A/C, davits, bow thruster, windlass, electric heads. Asking $195,000 S&J Yachts 410-639-2777

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Hinckley 48 ‘70 Classic Hinckley. Two owner boat can now be yours. Some of the many upgrades & features; Awlgripped hull 13, generator, new main 15, new refrigeration, Vacuflush heads, LED lights... $129,900 S&J Yachts 410 639-2777

Irwin 52 ‘84 Complete restoration of bottom, mechanical, sailing systems, cosmetics.. Modern smart upgrades; solar panels, wind gen, flat screen TV, memory foam mattresses. Owner invested over $450,000. A great deal! $299,900 S&J Yachts 410 6392777

17218 General Puller Hwy, Deltaville, VA Anne: 804-567-0092 | Jon: 804-567-0093

40’ Tartan ‘85 Beautifully maintained w/rubbed teak interior, 2 cabin/1 head, repowered w/Yanmar 54hp, Whisper generator, A/C, Good sails, Keel/ Centerboard, Sharp black hull. $114,500. Mathews VA. (804) 567 0093 or 

41’ Hunter DS ‘08 Two cabin, two Amel 53 02 New listing. Already under head, In-mast furling, Yanmar 54, contract. S&J Yachts - your choice to Fisher Panda genset, new canvas, sell quality bluewater boats Call to sell bowthruster, decks redone. 36’ Hunter 36e ‘12 Electric motor, yours! S&J Yachts 410-639-2777  Clean boat. $125,000. Deltaville, lithium batteries, 2 cabin 1 head, Tall VA. (804)567 0093 or  rig, Large generator, A/C, solar, Very w clean - Go Green! $114,900. Deltaville VA. (804) 567 0092 or 44’ Stamas CC ‘84 Looking for more space than grace? Apartment style  living in a 44’ sailboat! Well- equipped 40’ Block Island ‘96 Head-turner! center cockpit ketch w/ air/heat, Classic Bill Tripp design w/ Hinckley B Perkins 62 hp, genset, dinghy, davits, 40 DNA, Beautiful sailing boat w/ full solar. $105,000. Deltaville VA. (804) keel centerboard, Yawl rig, Original 567 0092  owner, Yanmar. Deal @ $99,000! Lively VA. (804) 567 0093 or  49’ Beneteau Oceanis ‘09 Magnificent Moody 54 ‘04 New listing Rare shoal cruiser w/ ALL the gear inc. Custom  draft. Well-equipped for long range Kato arch/davit & LED lights, In-mast, cruising; inmast furling, new sails ’19 & dinghy w/Honda 20hp, luxury cockpit ’16. Pwr winches, generator, cushions, spinnaker etc. $259,000. watermaker, extra refrigerator/ Deltaville VA. (804) 567 0093  freezer, AC, dsl heat, bow thruster. Asking $415,000 S&J Yachts 410-639-2777

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