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IN THIS ISSUE VOLUME 15 | ISSUE 5

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Gearhead: Selecting and Working With a Surveyor

A thorough survey is your opportunity to identify as many faults in a vessel as possible, before you commit to buying. By Steve D’Antonio

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Boat Notes: Jeanneau Leader 9.0

Is the Leader 9.0 a cruiser? Or, is it a weekender? Call it a cruisernder. By Lenny Rudow

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See the Bay: Cambridge

Located on the banks of the Choptank River, Cambridge is a classic Chesapeake town brimming with maritime history.

By Kaylie Jasinski

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Bay Bridge Boat Show Planner

Kick off the boating season at the Bay Bridge Boat Show, April 12-14!

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Beware of the Boat Show… You’ll Want to Buy a Jetski!

If you haven’t experienced the new PWC technology, you need to put that on your 2019 boating list! By Dave Nestel

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Opening Day Fishing Preview

Maryland’s spring trophy rockfish season opens April 20! Bay charter captains share their tips and strategies. By Kaylie Jasinski

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The Jeanneau Leader 9.0 graces this month’s cover – read the full review on page 40. Photo by Jerome Kelagopian, courtesy of Jeanneau America.

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Editor’s Note Letters

Boat Dog: Meet Biggie Dock Talk Chesapeake Calendar

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61 Cruising Club Notes 69 Classic Boat: Stevens Hydroplane Dragster By Chris “Seabuddy” Brown

74 Tides and Currents sponsored by Harbour Cove Marina 87 PropTalk Monthly Subscription Form 88 Biz Buzz: Chesapeake Business News 89 Brokerage: Used Boats for Sale 99 Marketplace: Services, Suppliers, and More 102 Chesapeake Classic: Kent Narrows By Beth Crabtree

103 What’s New at PropTalk.com? 103 Index of Advertisers

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66 Racing News: Larry Lauterbach By Kaylie Jasinski

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70 Boatshop Reports By Capt. Rick Franke sponsored by Bay Shore Marine

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76 Fish News By FishTalk editor Lenny Rudow 83 Charter Fishing Guide 84 Big Blues and Where to Find Them By Eric Burnley

86 Tidal River Bass By Eric Burnley 87 Fishing Tip: Big Lures for Big Rockfish By Eric Burnley

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e’ve all heard the old boatbecause it really was quite the adventure. ing superstitions: never And while she has no desire to go back bring a banana to sea, don’t to that life (they retired from the business whistle or you’ll ‘whistle shortly after I was born), she’s proud of all up a storm,’ it’s ill advised to change the that they accomplished, and her role in it. name of a boat, and women are bad luck When my grandmother was on shore, onboard. Most would agree that this last dealing with the chaos of the business, my one is wholly outdated, myself especially. mom was onboard culling crabs and helpBoth my mom and grandmother are some ing to pull pots with some local boys who of the saltiest women I know. worked for them. She worked on the Miss Before I was born, my grandparents Bonny Kay until she was a late teenager operated a crabbing business out of their when she felt it was time she got a “grown home on the Upper Bay. It all started in a little rowboat, and as my grandmother likes to remind us, while my grandfather had the “harder” job of driving the boat, her job was to pull the pots by hand. She jokes how she was “such a frail little thing” before my grandfather put her to work. Later the business grew out of that little boat to a 42-foot work boat with an automatic pot puller. When my grandmother decided to give up her pot pulling duties and focus on the business from land, guess who took over? My mother. ##My female boating role models. The business was called Bernie’s Crabs, but the boat, Miss Bonny Kay, was named after my up job.” It broke her heart a little, and my mom. And it was my grandmother on grandfather’s, when it came time for her land—taking orders, steaming crabs, wakto leave. And she says it wasn’t the same ing up several times in the middle of the for my grandfather after that. Crabbing night to check the soft crabs—that kept for him just wasn’t fun anymore without the business successful. They had several his two women on the boat. And while he friends in the crabbing business, other might never have openly admitted that, he husband and wife business partners, and retired Bernie’s Crabs not long after my my grandmother always said, “it’s really mom quit crabbing. And they say women the women who run the business and the are bad luck on boats… men just drive the boats.” She can rememWhile I know most people don’t take ber how for my grandfather it was a treat that superstition seriously anymore, there getting to go out on the water, but for her is still often the stigma that men drive the worked never stopped. She says, “I ran the boat and women sit idly by. There are the business from home. The men just got so many competent female boaters and in and drove the boat. I steamed crabs; I anglers out there, but sometimes it can be answered the phone around the clock; I difficult to assert yourself in what is still a tried raising kids, running a house. It was very male-dominated industry. I learned a real riot! A riot for the women.” And how to drive a boat at a very young age she says all this cheekily, looking back, and had two amazing female role models.

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And I still sometimes experience little jabs, all in good humor, how it’s bad luck to have a woman onboard. For women who are hoping to break into boating, but might not have a family or friend connection, there are courses out there designed with women in mind. At the Bay Bridge Boat Show, April 1214, BoatUS Foundation will be offering three introductory boating courses, one of which, Women Making Waves, is open to female students only. Class size is limited to three to four students per boat, includes three hours on the water, and will focus on: centering the wheel, shifting gears and throttle control, preparing the boat for departure, steering straight at idle, and station holding. Learn more at annapolisboatshows.com. Other great programs to check out are the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) workshops through the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR). BOW offers hands-on workshops enabling women (men are also welcome to participate) to learn about a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities in a “casual, nonthreatening environment.” Workshops coming up include Backpacking the Appalachian Trail (April 27-28), Rockfishing 101 (July 19), and the annual Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Weekend Workshop, August 9-11, which offers 30 different classes for participants to choose from. Learn more and register at dnr.maryland. gov and search ‘BOW.’ With Mother’s Day just around the corner (May 12), we should be thinking about celebrating boating moms, encouraging an inclusive atmosphere on the water, and leaving those old boating superstitions in the past.


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April Fools!

hen we told readers we were starting a fourth publication, DogTalk, they were pretty excited. Too bad it was just an April Fool’s joke! Maybe we need a DogTalk after all… Here were some of our boat dogloving readers’ responses on Facebook and Instagram:

“Wow! That’s my boy Bailey!” ~Marion Forst Hess “Yupp! That’s me on the cover.” ~Bailey “I was so excited for this edition. HA I am a little bummed it isn’t real.” @heather_hollars “Can this please be a real thing!!! Lol or maybe just one issue a year!” @austinfagan93 “Ya got me. But I think a twice yearly special edition on dogs would sell—for real. People on the Bay love their dogs.” @chesapeakebrewtours “We would still read it!” ~Buras Marine “I know this is a joke because Angus Ewenson would be on the first cover or bust.” ~Duffy Perkins “What!!??? Love it!” ~Chesapeake Dockside Services

“Can I write an article? ‘Going to the boatyard: a great way to get your human’s friends to pet you in early spring.” ~Alicia Tyrell (and her dog) “Is this a tall tail?”

~Bob Ricker

“April Fools? Love that!” ~Sue Stevenson Mikulski “Bailey is getting so popular. Congrats on the magazine cover!” ~Ruby Ann Chevres-Hitman “Too cool, love the picture.” ~Jim Patrick

“Magnus and Angus should be the poster dogs, or better yet the centerfold.” ~Martha Militello Dinan-Lostrom

“Says free, so you can deliver to NC?” ~Timothy Gaffney

“Congratulations on your growth! (wink wink)” ~Julianne DeGraw Fettus

“About time!”

“What!! No CatTalk?”

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wesome article on the Baltimore Trash Wheels and Mr. Kellett in the April PropTalk (page 41). Not to take anything away from them, but the Harbor has other players removing trash, namely the Trash Skimmer boats. They have been going for years. We live aboard our boat at Harborview Marina, and see the skimmers almost every day. They offload their “cargo” onto a conveyor and into a container-sized dumpster near the Baltimore Museum of Industry. They pick up tree branches, trunks, and construction waste the size of railroad ties sometimes. It amazes me that all that stuff gets past the trash wheels. They also get tons of leaves and man-made trash. Hopefully PropTalk can do a story and show some love to the skimmers and the people who operate them! ~Mark Peenstra 20 May 2019 PropTalk.com


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Boat Dog

Meet Biggie

Biggie is a three-year-old English bulldog. Owners Eric McFadden and Vic DeFrancis say, “We rescued Biggie after a stint in several foster homes, and he’s been an avid boater ever since!” They live in Leonardtown, MD, and boat on the Potomac River out of White Point Beach, halfway between Breton Bay and Tall Timbers/ Herring Creek on a Trophy Sport Walk Around.

Send one to three photos and a short description of your boat dog anytime to kaylie@proptalk.com for a chance to be featured in the magazine.

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eading out to enjoy a nice day on the water? Don’t leave safety on the dock. National Safe Boating Week will kick off the season May 18 to 24. These dates are easy to remember, because they fall on the week before Memorial Day Weekend. The five top contributing factors in recreational boating accidents are operator inattention, operator inexperience, improper lookout, excessive speed, and machinery failure. Four of these are operator error, so let’s see what we can do to fix that. Statistics show that in the most unfortunate circumstances, when a fatality is involved, alcohol use is the leading known contributing factor. We can fix that too. Boaters on the Bay, join us in committing to a smarter, safer boating season, and together let’s make a positive impact. Float the idea of safety to your boating friends and colleagues. Tell them about the Safe Boating Campaign, a worldwide effort focused on responsible boating that encourages boaters to always wear a life jacket while on the water. Maryland law specifies that anyone born on or after July 1, 1972, must have a Certificate of Boating Safety Education in order to operate a mechanically propelled vessel on Maryland waters. Virginia law requires a similar certificate for all motorboat operators of 10-hp or greater, regardless of age; in addition, all PWC operators 14 years of age or older must take a boating safety course. Virginia law further states that no one under the age of 14 may operate a PWC, and operators 14 and 15 years of age must show proof of completing an education course. Safe boater education is inexpensive and easy to access. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliaries, Power Squadrons, boating clubs, and other maritime organizations offer safe boating courses for a minimal fee. Online courses are also an option, although the in-person classes tend to be more impactful. See our calendar on page 30 for courses near you.

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They say actions speak louder than words, so why not join other boaters Friday, May 17 for Wear Your Life Jacket to Work Day? PropTalk staffers, boating professionals, and outdoor enthusiasts around the Bay and beyond will proudly sport PFDs around the workplace. Be social and snap a picture to share with the hashtags #lifejacket2work and #safeboating. Another fun way to promote wearing PFDs is to participate in the Ready Set Wear It program. Boaters gather for family-friendly activities to inflate their own inflatable life jacket or to just wear one, all to help to heighten awareness of boating safety issues. Visit safeboatingcampaign.

com for easy-to-access event registration and planning and promotion details. The Life Jacket Loaner Program, administered by BoatU.S., helps boat operators ensure their passengers have properly-fitted PFDs whenever and wherever they need them. Boat U.S. provides participating waterfront locations with free, loaner life jackets for daily use. At nearly 600 loaner sites nationwide jackets are loaned approximately 140,000 times each year. To find a site or for guidelines on how to become a loaner location, visit boatus.org. Finally, always file a float plan. It’s as simple as letting someone on land know where you’re going and when you intend to return. Happy boating season. We’ll see you out there! PropTalk.com May 2019 23


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Margaret Podlich Named Executive Director of ABYC Foundation

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he ABYC Foundation is pleased to announce Margaret Podlich has been hired to serve as executive director. The ABYC Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC), focused on providing resources that create educational and lifelong career opportunities to current and aspiring marine service technicians. “I can’t imagine a more perfect person to be the foundation’s first executive director,” said ABYC president John Adey. “The ABYC Foundation has some heavy lifting coming up if we hope to move the needle on the population of qualified technicians and Margaret is our best chance of success. The ABYC board of directors and I are very proud to make this announcement.” Podlich retired as president of BoatU.S. in 2016 and has since been consulting in the industry. Most of her career has been working and educating on boating issues, from environmental and safety topics to helping make smarter boating policies.

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Her primary role as executive director will be to lead the ABYC Foundation in its strategic growth and renewed mission, vision, and priorities. Podlich will also oversee all ABYC Foundation initiatives which include: the marine service technology program, Evinrude’s engine donation, student scholarships, a living classroom on a donated 38-foot trawler, and boat donations. “For years, we’ve all been talking about the need to increase the skills and numbers of trained marine techs,” said Podlich. “There are some wonderful programs out there, but across the country, we are still running in deficit mode which affects everyone in this industry. I see several necessary ingredients for success that are ready and being used—like the ABYC ‘Fundamentals of Marine Service Technology’ textbook and great scholarship programs, but there is a lot of growth opportunity. I’m looking forward to strengthening the abilities of the ABYC Foundation and connecting with industry

partners to address workforce development issues.” To learn more about ABYC Foundation, a national nonprofit 501(c)(3), visit abycfoundation.org.

First Ever Boat Maryland Week! our state, the health and abundance of the Chesapeake Bay and its waterways, and, of course, our love of all things boating.” More than three percent of the state’s population owns a boat for recreational use. Moreover, MTAM attributes the economic impact of boating in Maryland to be approximately $2.4 billion statewide. A range of events are incorporated into the 10-day Boat Maryland Week, beginning with the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, April 26-28. Other events include Cruisers University, April 25-28; daily cruises on the Schooner Woodwind; and a maritime-themed take on one of the city’s favorite art festival series, the First Sunday Arts Festival (May 5). Of special interest to powerboaters, Ralph Cattaneo, PropTalk contributor and member of the ##Celebrate the beginning of boating season in Antique and Classic Annapolis during the inaugural Boat Maryland Week! Boat Society, will be bringing classic boats and staging them in Ego Alley to be viewed by the public, free of charge.

he Marine Trades Association of Maryland (MTAM)—in partnership with Visit Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, The Annapolis Boat Shows, Visit Maryland, and the Symmetry Agency—is happy to announce the inaugural Boat Maryland Week: April 26-May 5. The event is a celebration of the start to boating season in Maryland through getting on the water, diving deep into maritime heritage, and experiencing the abundance of maritime art that our state has to offer. “There’s a ton of excitement around this brand new event,” explained Susan Zellers, executive director of MTAM. “It’s a chance to acknowledge and celebrate the deeply-rooted maritime heritage of

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“With the water being such an integral part of our beautiful city—whether it be the historical aspects or the plain fun of getting out on the water—Boat Maryland Week is sure to be a perfect start to spring in Annapolis,” said Connie Del Signore, president and CEO of Visit Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. The Kick-Off Party will take place Friday, April 26 at Annapolis City Dock. The opening reception will be held at Latitude 38 (12 Dock Street, Annapolis, MD) from 6 to 10 p.m. with a live performance by the Eastport Oyster Boys and a full cash bar. The Kick-Off is open to all boat lovers free of charge. “Boating is one of the biggest economic drivers for this city. That alone is something to celebrate,” Mayor Gavin Buckley said. “Being a native of Australia, I came to Annapolis on a boat, and it was because of maritime pursuits that I fell in love with this town.” he added. “I am excited that Annapolis will host the opening event for Boat Maryland Week. For more information on Boat Maryland Week, visit boatmarylandweek.com.


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he Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) in St. Michaels, MD, will host its free Community Day May 19, and the brand new Maritime Day June 1. Both events are great ways to kick off the boating season. The free annual Community Day event will be held May 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. along CBMM’s Miles River waterfront. The Bay Hundred Covenant Churches’ tent service commences at 9 a.m., followed by live music, family activities, free boat rides, regional foods and drinks, and more. This event also coincides with CBMM’s Maritime Model Expo, which features radio-controlled model skipjack races along Fogg’s Cove. Throughout the day, guests can take free scenic river cruises aboard a number of CBMM’s historic vessels, including the 1920 buyboat Winnie Estelle, or get out on the water rowing or sailing aboard one of CBMM’s small craft. All boat rides are offered free of charge for this event.

Through a Bay Explorer Challenge activity, children can participate in a scavenger hunt ##Part of the fun of visiting CBMM is to explore CBMM’s seeing a working shipyard in action. exhibitions and grounds. Children will also have be collected at the event and industrithe opportunity to build, ally composted. We also invite guests paint, decorate, and then sail their own to join us in avoiding single-use plastic small model in a small pool. by bringing their own water bottles or The museum, along with several purchasing one in our museum store, to exhibitors, will be practicing a sustainrefill on campus.” ability theme, sharing ideas with guests On June 1, CBMM will host a new on how to incorporate sustainability event, Maritime Day, to celebrate both practices into your workplace or home. the start of its construction of a new “This event also supports our sustainMaryland Dove and the traditions kept ability efforts as CBMM’s first singlealive in its working shipyard. The annual use plastic-free festival,” commented Blessing of the Fleet will be held at 10 CBMM Volunteer and Education a.m., and construction on Maryland Programs Manager Allison Speight, Dove will kick off in the afternoon. The who co-chairs CBMM’s Sustainability event will also include discounted boat Committee with Director of Education rides and local food and drink; regular Jill Ferris. “Beverages and food items will museum admission applies. Learn more be served in paper, plant-based plastic at cbmm.org. or bamboo containers, all of which will

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Maryland was the first state to create this type of program. Administrators Donna Morrow and Bob DeYoung have been with the Maryland program since the start. The first certified marina was Port Annapolis back in 1999. Today, 120 Maryland marinas are certified. Smaller marine facilities without services may participate by becoming a Clean Marina Partner. These are often public boat ramps, private community piers, charter boat liveries, or maritime museums. Partners typically are used by short ##Photo courtesy of Shipwright term or day users Harbor Marina and do not usually have staff on site.

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h, to be a kid again and have the whole summer stretched out before you: swimming, tubing, fishing, climbing trees, and just messing around. Parents, now is the time to plan for your child’s summer waterfront fun. In addition to the larger, overnight camps, many smaller programs around the Bay offer excellent summer day camps with a focus on nature, ecology, history, and the science of the Bay. Many also offer small boat opportunities. Here are just a few of the many choices.

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Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum: Weekly camp offerings rotate between age groups, with sessions for children from ages 4-15. Programs have an emphasis on fun, hands-on learning that includes on-the-water and environmental activities, stories, games, crafts, and other creative projects. Scholarships are available. cbmm.org Calvert Marine Museum: With recently renovated educational space, summer means fun for children in grades one through eight ##Summer camp photo courtesy of CBMM who visit CMM. Sessions for older kids cover topics such as paleontology, boat building, and junior docent training. calvertmarinemuseum.com Annapolis Maritime Museum and Park: One-week sessions with before and after-care. Campers explore nature at Back Creek Nature Park. Programming is designed for children in elementary school. A high school leadership program is

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also offered. Activities vary week to week and by age group. amaritime.org Mariners’ Museum and Park: Summer fun for children ages kindergarten through grade 12. Themes this season will include age appropriate activities based on pirates, mermaids, the Titanic, and hurricanes. marinersmuseum.org Smithsonian Environmental Research Center: SERC offers programs for organized groups of all ages and interests. Bring your scout troop, senior center, birding club, book club, summer camp, sports team, or group of friends for an exciting and educational hands-on program. Learn about blue crabs, terrapins, Bay sharks, oysters, and more. serc.si.edu Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center: Virginia Aquarium camps focus primarily on marine science, but also include other science and nature topics. Camp activities are developed and conducted by the Aquarium’s educators and emphasize experiential learning through animal interactions, outdoor investigations, and hands-on activities. Appropriate for ages six to 15. virginiaaquarium.com


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hesapeake Light Craft’s 21st annual “OkoumeFest” will take place Friday-Saturday, May 17-18. Both days are free and family-friendly. The rendezvous begins Friday with an open house, boatbuilding seminars, and a convivial cookout at the company’s factory workshop at 1805 George Avenue in Annapolis from 1 to 7 p.m. Led by internationally known boatbuilding experts, the live demonstration seminars will cover topics ranging from basic boatbuilding techniques to advanced boat finishing skills. OkoumeFest continues Saturday with an all-day small boat rendezvous on the water at Matapeake State Park on Kent Island from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Attendees can test-drive (or paddle, sail, or row) nearly every model of canoe, kayak, paddleboard, rowboat, or sailboat in the CLC lineup—more than 60 boats in all—including some that are making their first appearance on the beach or are too new for the catalog. The event also serves as a much-anticipated gathering for wooden boat builders from across the country, who bring their exquisitely crafted handiwork to show and compete for prizes. “Okoume” is the species of tropical softwood used almost universally in small wooden boat construction. Begun by Chesapeake Light Craft in 1998, OkoumeFest celebrates small wooden boats and the enthusiasts who build them. The event is free, but RSVPs are requested at clcboats.com/festival. More than 300 people attended last year’s OkoumeFest, attending boatbuilding seminars, having a test run in one of CLC’s demonstrator boats, or showing off boats they built themselves. CLC offers awards to amateur-built boats, many of which took hundreds of hours to build and look like exotic furniture. The event draws small boat aficionados from as far away as New England, Florida, and the west coast. On the huge sandy beach at Matapeake on Saturday, OkoumeFest is an opportunity to admire and enjoy beautiful boats, but also offers family fun for all ages. There’s even a kids’ table where little ones can build and decorate free boat models. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own home-built boats to show and use on the water.

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Kent Narrows Boat Expo Weekends in April: April 5-7, April 12-14, April 19-21, and April 26-28. Over 70 boats in the water and onland at Harrison’s Yacht Yard and Bridges Restaurant on the Kent Narrows. The largest brokerage-only display on the East Coast!

Discovery Lab: Plastic Pollution in our Oceans 6 to 8 p.m. at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science in Gloucester Point, VA. Free, family-friendly. Reservations required: (804) 684-7061.

Delaware Boater Certification Class Four consecutive Tuesdays at 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., starting on April 9 at Cabela’s Christiana Mall in Delaware. Offered by the Wilmington Sail and Power Squadron. $30. Reserve your spot: (302) 368-7857.

Trumpy Yacht Exhibit The Art of Trumpy Yacht Building at Annapolis Maritime Museum.

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Marine Radar Class Five sessions, Mondays from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Dept. $80 members, $110 non-members. Register: (410) 279-0862. Presented by Kent Narrows Sail and Power Squadron.

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Maryland Basic Boating Safety Course Starts Monday April 15 at 7 p.m. at Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, MD. Instructor Dennis Krizek. Presented by America’s Boating Club of Rockville.  seo@abcrockville.org

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Annapolis Anglers Club Meeting 7 p.m. American Legion Post #7, 1905 Crownsville Rd, Annapolis, MD. Open to the public. Capt John Whitman of Patent Pending Charters presents “Spring Trolling Techniques.” Food and beverages available. Tackle table drawing and 50/50.

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Boatyard Bar and Grill Opening Day Rockfish Tournament Catch and release tournament presented by the Boatyard Bar and Grill in Annapolis. Proceeds benefit the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, CCA MD, and the Annapolis Police Department’s Youth Fishing Camp. Captain’s meeting April 19, 5 to 7 p.m. at BB&G. Awards After Party 4 to 8 p.m. at the BB&G. Entry fee: $250 for four anglers ($50 for additional anglers).

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CAPCA Monthly Meeting/ Speaker Series Drones in the Maritime Industry. Speaker: Dr. Tulina Larsen, CEO Skylark Drone Research. Social hour begins at 6:30 p.m., meeting starts at 7:15 at the Annapolis Elks Lodge in Edgewater, MD. Open to the public.

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Maryland Safe Boater Course April 23, 25, and 30 at the Eastport Vol. Fire Station in Annapolis. $28 per person. Presented by Annapolis Flotilla 054-23-01. Register: (301) 466-4299.

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Paint the Town Plein Air Festival Chestertown, MD.

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Opening Party for Boat Maryland Week 6 to 10 p.m. at Latitude 38 in Annapolis. Celebrate the start of the boating season in Annapolis with food, music, and cash bar.

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Maryland Safe Boater Course April 26 and 27 at the Eastport Vol. Fire Station in Annapolis. $28 per person. Presented by Annapolis Flotilla 054-23-01. Register: (301) 466-4299.

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Sassafras Harbor Spring Open House At Sassafras Harbor Marina’s Marine Store in Georgetown, MD. Reps from Interlux will be on-hand Friday, Sea Hawk on Saturday, and Pettit on Sunday. Smoove Boat Care products and Fuel-ox additives will also be available.

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Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show City Dock, Annapolis.

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Lecture: Beach Finds of the Chesapeake 5 to 7 p.m. at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD. Explore a sampling of beachcomber finds, from shark teeth and other 20-millionyear-old Micoene-era fossils, to Victorian doll parts and marbles. $7.50 per person.

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Boat Maryland Week This inaugural 10-day celebration highlights the beginning of Maryland’s boating season and the state’s deeply-rooted ties to maritime history. Find a list of events at boatmarylandweek.com.

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New and Pre-Owned In-Water Boat Show Presented by Clarks Landing, Annapolis: 1442 Ford Rd, Shady Side, MD. See over 50 new and pre-owned boats for sale. Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Maryland Safe Boater Course 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Bowleys Quarters, MD, firehouse. Presented by Bowleys Quarters Vol. Fire Company. Cost is $40, includes instructional materials and certification card. Advance registration required: (410) 800-8420.

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KIF Club Monthly Meeting 7:30 p.m. at Kent Island American Legion Post 278 in Stevensville, MD. Speaker Glenn Schneider on preparations and jigging rockfish.

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2nd Annual CBSFA Spring Rockfish Tournament Kayak, amateur, and professional division. Entry fee: $325. Fish must be weighed in by 4:30 p.m. at: Point Lookout State Park, Calvert Marina, Breezy Point, Herrington Harbor South, Sandy Point State Park, Knapps Narrow Marina, Taylor’s Island Campground, or Dock of the Bay Restaurant (Sparrows Point). Presented by Chesapeake Bay Sportfishing Association.

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Rod N Reel 38th Annual ProAm Sportfishing Tournament The longest running spring tournament on the Chesapeake Bay out of Chesapeake Beach, MD. Both charter boats and private boats are welcome to enter. Guaranteed $10,000 grand prize.

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Bluewater BBQ, A Celebration of Conservation 6:30 to 10 p.m. at Carroll County Agriculture Center & Shipley Arena in Westminster, MD. Join CCA Maryland’s Central Region Chapter to celebrate conservation efforts with freshly shucked farm raised oysters, dinner and drinks, entertainment, and live and silent auctions. Tickets $80. eaS

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Sirocco Marine Grand Opening 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 529 Defense Highway in Annapolis. The largest inflatable boat showroom in the Mid Atlantic. Huge savings!

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Boater Yard Sale Beginning at 8 a.m. in the West Marine parking lot at Herring Harbour Marina Resort. Contact david@herringtonharbour.com to reserve a table.

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EYC Safe Powerboat Handling 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Eastport Yacht Club in Annapolis. This 16-hour hands-on, on-the-water course is for anyone who wants to learn how to safely operate a small motorboat and improve their boat handling skills.

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Deltaville Dealer Days Deltaville, Virginia’s biggest boat sales event of the season! New and used power and sailboats on display from Galahad Marine Sales, Annapolis Yacht Sales, S&J Yahcts, Norton Yachts, and Chesapeake Yacht Sales.

Frederick Saltwater Anglers Monthly Meeting 6 to 10 p.m., held at the Frederick Moose Lodge 371 (828 E. Patrick St.) in Frederick, MD. Open to the public. Speaker, vendors, 50/50, and monthly prize raffles. AYCE buffet dinner available.

Cinco de Mayo Fishing Tournament Out of Palm Beach Willie’s in Taylors Island, MD. Weigh-in 3 p.m. Registration: $50 includes food and event t-shirt. Presented by the Grand National Waterfowl Association.

South River on the Half Shell 6 to 9 p.m. at Historic London Town and Gardens in Edgewater, MD. Food, drinks, and oysters to benefit the West and Rhode Rivers. Tickets $110 per person.

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Lighthouse Adventure Cruise with CMM Cruise departs from the Calvert Marine Museum in Solomons, MD, at 7:45 a.m. and returns approximately 5 p.m. Southern Bay participants will see Point No Point, Point Lookout, Smith Point, Solomons Lump, Hooper Island, and Drum Point Lighthouses. Lunch on your own at the Bayside Inn on Smith Island, or you can pack a lunch. Tickets: $130; preregistration required.

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Puddles and Paddles in the Park 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Ellen O. Moyer Nature Park in Annapolis. Family event designed to encourage community members to utilize the Annapolis Maritime Museum’s new park campus. Includes kayak trips, seining, hands-on water demonstrations, and an environmental art project. Free.

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Pasadena Sportfishing Group Monthly Meeting Doors open at 6 p.m., meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. at Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company, Severna Park, MD. Free, open to the public. Food and beverages available, free door prize for adults and children, tackle raffle, 50/50 drawing. Speaker: Mark Grasso, Chesapeake Bay fishing adventures.

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21st Annual Okuomefest Open house, boatbuilding seminars, and a cookout Friday at Chesapeake Light Craft in Annapolis. All-day small boat rendezvous Saturday at Matapeake State Park on Kent Island. Free and family friendly! RSVPs requested at clcboats.com/festival.

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Boating Safety Class Learn about boat handling and regulations, nautical “rules of the road,” trailering, required gear, and more. Presented by U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 25-08. 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Washington Farm United Methodist Church in Alexandria, VA. Register: jdburt@verizon. net or (703) 307-6482.

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CMM Fossil Field Experience Explore the fossils at Cove Point, learn where to find them, how to identify them, and what they can tell us about the past. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Presented by the Calvert Marine Museum in Solomons, MD. Costs $20, includes museum admission.

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Music on the Nanticoke Summer Concert Series Free concert on Vienna’s waterfront, 4 to 7 p.m. Parking, boat ramp, and overnight dockage are all free. Make a day of it! Come by boat or bring kayaks and paddleboards. There is plenty to explore on the pristine, nettle free Nanticoke River. Lawn seating. Food will be available.

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Tochterman’s Fly Fishing Grand Opening Celebrate the new fly fishing addition to Tochterman›s in Baltimore, MD, with seminars on fly fishing for stripers, fly tying demonstrations, fly casting demonstrations, and manufacturer’s reps on-site to discuss the latest fly gear.

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13th Annual Secret Garden Tour Tour lovely private gardens along the Chesapeake Bay in historic Havre de Grace. Self-guided and walkable. Tickets $25: tour begins at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, and benefits the museum. Rain or shine.

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Garden Mart and Plant Sale 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum in HdG, MD. Native plants, perennials, annuals, herbs, and vegetables for sale, along with local artisan wares and garden decor.

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Maritime Model Expo At the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD. Pond demonstrations, model races, special exhibits, family activities, food, and more. Children will have the opportunity to build, paint, decorate, and then sail their own small model in a small pool.

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Maryland Safe Boater Course 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Bowleys Quarters, MD, firehouse. Presented by the Bowleys Quarters Vol. Fire Company. Cost is $40, includes instructional materials and certification card. Advance registration required: (410) 800-8420.

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National Safe Boating Week Promoting boating and life jacket safety to boaters everywhere.

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Community Day at CBMM 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD. Free admission, live music, regional foods and drinks, family activities, free boat rides, and more.

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CAPCA Monthly Meeting/ Speaker Series Speaker: Julia Howes, Anne Arundel County Watermens Association. Social hour begins at 6:30 p.m., meeting starts at 7:15 at the Annapolis Elks Lodge in Edgewater, MD. Open to the public.

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Maryland Safe Boater Course May 21, 23, and 28 at the Eastport Vol. Fire Station in Annapolis. $28 per person. Presented by Annapolis Flotilla 054-23-01. Register: (301) 466-4299.

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PYY’s 4th Annual Open House 3 to 10 p.m. at PYY Marine in Pasadena, MD.Vendors, door prizes, Cape Horn demo rides, tiki bar, food, drinks, music, kids activities. RSVP: tina. westervelt@pyymarine.com.

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Fourth Annual Casey Cares Rockfish Tournament A day of fishing at the Bay Bridge Marina and an evening of fundraising and celebrating at The Inn at Chesapeake Bay Beach Club on Kent Island, MD. Compete against other boats in the Captain›s Challenge to raise the most money. All proceeds benefit Casey Cares› programs for critically ill children and their families.

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Maryland Safe Boater Course May 31 and June 1 at the Eastport Vol. Fire Station in Annapolis. $28 per person. Presented by Annapolis Flotilla 054-23-01. Register: (301) 466-4299.

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Selecting and Working with a Surveyor

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hen purchasing a new or pre-owned vessel, you essentially have one opportunity to identify as many faults and flaws in a vessel as possible before you commit to buying her, or walking away. A thorough survey is the means to achieving that end. In what follows, I’ll attempt to guide the reader through the process of successfully selecting and working with a surveyor.

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to ensure the vessel is seaworthy, reliable, and safe, and to identify as many flaws, obvious and incipient, as possible. Your secondary concern should be financial in nature. While you will, no doubt, want the sale to go off without a hitch, I’ve had many clients say, “I hope

When and Why do you Need a Surveyor?

While the most common reason for calling a surveyor is to perform a pre-purchase survey, your primary concern when choosing and using a surveyor should be for the safety of your vessel and crew. While your insurer or lending institution almost certainly require you to carry out a pre-purchase survey, it’s important to bear in mind that the most important reason for performing this vital task is ##A surveyor draws a sample of crankcase oil for analysis by a lab. Many surveyors will perform this service, however, few are trained in the analysis of the results. Misinterpretation of oil analysis is a common error.

the surveyor doesn’t find anything wrong.” I would argue that you should be thinking, “I hope the surveyor finds everything that could possibly be wrong with this boat.” If

there’s anything to be found, this is the time to find it, before the deal is inked. Once you sign on the dotted line, you’ve forfeited all of your bargaining power in the sales transaction process. Other reasons for conducting a survey include those that are carried out for the benefit of an insurer, after you already own the vessel, or for damage assessment/repair in the event of a loss (both of these surveys are typically paid for by the insurer, while the expense of a pre-purchase survey, and all associated expenses, is borne entirely by the buyer). For the purposes of this article, I’ll concentrate on the former: prepurchase surveys. It’s important to note that virtually every vessel will benefit from a pre-purchase survey, including vessels not requiring a loan or those that will not be insured, along with new vessels. The notion of surveying a new vessel comes as a surprise to many boat buyers (and some dealers/ brokers), particularly when it’s not required by many insurers and lending institutions. As a buyer’s consultant, I can attest to the need for prepurchase surveys on all vessels, both used and new. Boat builders and dealers, even reputable ones, make mistakes, and the pre-purchase survey is the time and place to find them, not after you’ve taken delivery.

Expectations and Needs

It’s important to let the surveyor know what your expectations are before retaining his or her services. For in-

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Gearhead stance, what level of ABYC compliance are you seeking? Few vessels are 100 percent compliant; however, you should insist on scrutiny of select categories such as electrical, particularly overcurrent protection, fuel tankage, LP Gas, and through hull fittings to name a few, and if a new builder claims to be ABYC compliant, the surveyor should be confirming this. Do you want a hull and/or deck moisture survey? To what degree will the engine and generator be checked out? Do you want a crankcase and transmission oil analysis or stray current/galvanic corrosion test performed? Most surveyors make it clear that they are not mechanics or electricians. They’ll report on the overall appearance of this equipment, but no more; however, some are far more comfortable than others when it comes to moisture, corrosion, and electrical analysis. If you want this gear more thoroughly checked out (used engines will benefit from compression, or crankcase pressure tests), you will need to arrange for

##A surveyor and assistant check propeller blades for run out. A thorough review of the vessel’s running gear, inside and out, should be part of any pre-purchase survey.

a savvy mechanic who is familiar with the specific make and model, to become involved in the inspection process. A good surveyor should let you know when the services of other professionals may be needed, such as electricians, fiberglass composite, or paint coating specialists. Ultimately, you should task a surveyor with the following guideline: “Test every piece of gear on the boat, from cabin lights and radar to thrusters and windlass.”

Vetting

This is undoubtedly the most difficult and critical component in the boat buying process. Choose the right surveyor from whom you receive a thorough survey, and it can be relatively painless. Choose the wrong surveyor and you may get a poor, incomplete survey that misses critical flaws and defects, at which point your problems will have only just begun.

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As always, word of mouth (and web forums and owners’ groups) can play an important role in finding or narrowing down your list of potential surveyors. Fellow boat owners, who own and have recently had boats surveyed that are similar in type and complexity to the one you are considering purchasing, are another source (don’t rely on just a single recommendation; if several owners recommend the same surveyor, that’s a good sign). Another source, one that may be considerably more valuable, is your local (or one located in the area you are making your purchase), boat yard manager. These folks typically work with many surveyors, and read their surveys, in the course of performing their duties. High volume yards often see and work with surveyors and surveys on a monthly or weekly basis, and thus the breadth of their experience with these folks is often considerably wider than that of a single boat owner. Of course, it’s important to remember that any source or recommendation may be flawed or biased; it’s truly a case of buyer beware. Yet another source for surveyor recommendations exists: your insurance broker or underwriter. Insurance companies have a vested interest in seeing you receive as thorough a survey as possible; they don’t want to take on bad risks. As such, chances are good your broker may be able to recommend surveyors whose reputation and ability meet the requirements of your chosen insurance provider. Additionally, if you’ve already found your dream surveyor, it’s worth checking with your insurance company to determine if they have any special requirements for surveys or surveyors from whom they’ll accept surveys, such as membership in one of the professional organizations (detailed below), level of experience, or number of years practicing the trade. Once you’ve narrowed down your list of potential surveyors, begin by checking his or her credentials. What professional memberships does he or she hold? Most, but not all, surveyors belong to one of the two largest surveyor’s organizations in the US: the National Association of Marine Surveyors (NAMS, nams-cms. org) or the Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors (SAMS, marinesurvey.org).

These websites can provide a starting point for finding a surveyor as well. While membership in one of these organizations is usually considered an asset, it is by no means a prerequisite, and it is by no means a guarantor of competency. Some surveyors belong to neither of these organizations (there are others), while by the same token some less than competent surveyors populate the ranks of both groups. For those who make the short list,

ask to see a sample or two of actual inspection reports, to ensure they meet your expectations. While membership in one of the abovementioned surveyor’s organizations may be considered optional, up to date membership in the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) is a virtual prerequisite for every surveyor, along with one or more ABYC certifications (there are eight, and soon to be nine, certifications).

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electrical installations to steering systems and seacocks), as well as a host of seminars and certification programs. ABYC membership is simply a must for the proactive surveyor. Ask about his or her membership and check to ensure it’s current (you can do that by visiting abycinc. org/mpage/recreationalboaters). Professional marine industry experience is also an invaluable asset for the marine surveyor’s resume. What he or she did before becoming a surveyor may count for a great deal in the selection process. Who better to determine the condition of vessels than someone who has spent years building or repairing ##Sounding a hull is part science, part art. The surveyor is listening for a variation in report that would them, or supervising indicate delamination, voids, or other anomalies. these operations? In

essence, experienced boat yard employees have often seen it all, from wet deck core and abominable wiring, to corroded fuel tanks and improperly secured batteries, and as a result they often make excellent surveyors. It’s important to remember for whom the surveyor works and where his or her responsibilities lie. It should be clearly understood that once you’ve contracted with and agreed to compensate a surveyor for his or her services, he or she works for you and no one else. You own the results of the survey in both written and verbal form. Beware of surveyors who may be in a position of conflicted interest, and avoid those who survey on a part-time basis while working elsewhere in the marine industry (some surveying organizations prohibit their members from doing this for obvious reasons; you wouldn’t want a surveyor who had a financial connection with a brokerage or marine repair business). Your preference should be for someone who eats, breaths, and sleeps surveying, an individual whose

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and seller of the boat you are having surveyed. If, however, you choose to rely on the broker’s recommendation, utilize the same scrutiny you normally would had you found the surveyor on your own. Ask all of the above-mentioned questions, and judge the surveyor’s credentials and experience carefully and on their own merits. Finally, I occasionally receive calls from clients saying, “I found the right boat, it’s in West Palm Beach, I made an offer two weeks ago, I need a surveyor next week.” Good surveyors often have a back log. You should be afforded a minimum of 30 days to do your due diligence for a purchase. Completing the evaluation process can be time consuming, so don’t wait until the last minute to begin searching for and vetting a surveyor. ■

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shower stall for that kind of performance? Maybe so, but in this case, you don’t have to. In its cabin the Leader 9.0 has a forward V-berth with a convertible dinette table; aft of it there’s a half-galley to port across from the stand-up head with shower stall, and aft of that there’s a surprisingly large mid-cabin berth carved out under the helm. All you really give up as opposed to opting for a full-blown cruiser is privacy, since neither berth closes off to become a stateroom. But you still get enough sleeping space for an entire family plus a surprising amount of belowdecks elbow room. Wait a sec—what good does a halfgalley (with cabinets, a sink, and a countertop) do for you, especially if you’d like to take the kids on an aquatic multi-day mini-vacation? Don’t worry, you won’t be stuck eating sandwiches and chips for

the entire trip. Jeanneau simply moved the rest of the galley outdoors, in order to make the most out of the cabin’s footprint. Under the helm station seating you’ll discover a refrigerator, and a separate console houses a single-burner stove, a sink, and additional stowage. That means you have the basic ability you need to prep a hot meal and perhaps even fry up that fresh rockfish the kids just caught. Speaking of fresh fish: while the Leader 9.0 certainly isn’t what you’d call a dedicated fishing machine, it does have an open aft cockpit and you could certainly swing a rod or two back there. The cockpit also has a large dinette table, an L-shaped settee along the transom and to starboard, and a swingopen gate that leads to a swim platform extending beyond the outboards. You’ll


also spot a freshwater shower for post-swim rinses and a tow bit for pulling water-toys back there. Additional lounging space can be found up forward on the bow, where a large sunpad with tilt-up backrests sits on the cabin top. One note about walking up to the bow on this boat— there’s a step up to a deeply recessed flush walkaround that’s topped by a bowrail. This is an absolutely fabulous arrangement for family boaters who have kids aboard often, since it makes for a safer, easier transit forward and aft than on many boats. Having the deep recess does mean sacrificing a bit of interior cabin volume, of course, but we’re pretty sure 99.9 percent of the parental units out there will feel this is a worthy design choice. So when push comes to shove, is the Leader 9.0 really a cruiser? Or, is it a weekender? Call it a cruisender. Or maybe, just maybe, you’ll call it the cruiser/weekender that ended the search for your ideal family boat. #

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Yacht Specialist and Co-Founder of Chesapeake Yacht Center You have an impressive boating pedigree. Tell us about your family boating experiences. I grew up sailing, fishing, and cruising the Bay with my family. My great-grandfather Bronza Parks was a well-known boat builder on the Eastern Shore. He built many types of recreational fishing and pleasure boats, and a ton of powered workboats, but he is most famous for building many of the last remaining skipjacks on the Chesapeake Bay. I spent a lot of summers sailing on the skipjacks that my great-grandfather and grandfather built. On the powerboat side, as a kid and teen, I enjoyed exploring the rivers and Bay aboard my dad’s center console.

What was your first boat, and what type of boating do you do now?

place to raise a family than here on the Chesapeake Bay. During the summer, we’re out boating almost every weekend, and we especially enjoy cruising to St. Michaels, the Cambridge Hyatt, and Annapolis. We’ll bring along inflatable SUPs to paddle around, and we really like to jump in the water and swim behind the boat.

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I bought my first boat, every summer weekend. a 24-foot Regal, as a young adult and used it to explore the Potomac When we’re out with the boat, it River and the greater Chesapeake. In my seems like people always want to stop us experience, there’s nothing better than the and talk to us about the boating lifestyle, freedom that owning a boat brings. You which is great—we love it, and I’m can do what you want and go wherever always happy to share with people how the water allows. taking the family out on a boat really Now I live and work in Baltimore affords parents the opportunity to relax, and love cruising the Bay with my wife escape work, and create memories with and two children, who are seven and 14 their children and grandchildren. years old. I don’t think there’s any better 42 May 2019 PropTalk.com

Tell us a little about opening Chesapeake Yacht Center.

Over the years I had purchased several new boats, and I had experienced disappointments with the products and services. My current business partner, Ryan Dobb, also experienced similarly unsatisfactory transactions. We wanted to start a business through which we could provide the kind of products and services that we would have liked to have received. We cater to all boat buyers, first time boaters, and those with a ton of experience, and help them every step of the way. We hang our hat on our branded white-glove, concierge sales and service. The goal is for our clients to enjoy easily their new boats. We offer an unparalleled delivery service with up to 40 hours of professional captain’s training and offer our new owners the use of two slips at the Cambridge Hyatt, plus free weekly boat washes. Basically, we treat our customers like family. Learn more at chesapeakeyachtcenter.com.

Any passions off the water?

My wife Laura and I are passionate about dog rescue. We actively support Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (barcs. org), and we have three rescue dogs of our own: Skipjack, Matey, and Scooter, who sometimes go boating with us.


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Settled in 1684, Cambridge is one of the oldest colonial cities in Maryland. The English colonists began farming on the Eastern Shore, with the largest plantations devoted to tobacco and mixed farming. The town pier was the center for slave trading in the region, and Cambridge later became a stop on the Underground Railroad, which had an extensive network of safe houses in the area. During the late 19th century, the development of food processing industries in Cambridge led to a great deal of growth in the town. This was led by the Phillips Packing Company, which eventually became the largest employer in the area. As many as 10,000 workers were employed during its peak, but by the 1960s the company shuttered. Today, Cambridge is currently in the midst of a comprehensive revitalization of the downtown Main Street PropTalk.com May 2019 43


See the Bay district, which helps to preserve the rich history of the area and boost tourism to the city. Blackwater Wildlife Refuge, located just 12 miles south of Cambridge, protects more than 28,000 acres of woodlands, tidal marsh, freshwater ponds, and managed cropland. The refuge is home to a full service visitor center, a butterfly garden, observatory, and the four-mile Wildlife Drive and walking

trails, popular with hikers, paddlers, and cyclists. The Choptank River Lighthouse is located on Pier A at Long Wharf Park. The screwpile lighthouse is a faithful replica of an earlier beacon that once guided vessels up and down the Choptank. From May to October, the lighthouse, which is home to a small museum, is open daily for selfguided tours. The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center, located just 15

##Along much of the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Scenic Byway, the landscape remains largely unchanged since Tubman’s time. Photo courtesy of Dorchester Tourism

minutes out of town, serves as an orientation center and gateway to the larger Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Scenic Byway. The Byway’s landscapes, marked by rural roads, dense forests, vast marshes, and acres of farm fields, remain largely unchanged since Tubman’s time. The Byway offers more than 30 points of interest—from the Dorchester County Visitor Center, to the marshes of Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, and on to more places where Tubman lived and

The Cambridge Municipal Yacht Basin is located on the Choptank River near the mouth of Cambridge Creek. This is the only marina with direct access to the heart of downtown Cambridge and can accommodate boats big and small, even super yachts up to 200 feet. Find daily and weekly slip rates, and book a slip online at cambridgeyachtbasin.com. Cambridge Yacht Club is adjacent to the Yacht Basin, and offers transient slips for those visiting town. Reservations are required. Learn more at cambridgeyachtclub.org. The 150-slip River Marsh Marina is part of the larger Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort. Boaters who choose to dock overnight at the marina can enjoy guest’s privileges throughout the resort. Slips range from 30-feet long and 16-feet wide to 80-feet long and 25-feet wide, and have electric, cable, wireless internet, and water hookup available. Visit hyatt.com and search ‘Chesapeake Bay’ for more information and to book a slip.

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Chesapeake Bay Beach Club: Hit the spa, have lunch at the gourmet cafe, and visit the gift shop. Or, grab some dinner at Knoxie’s Table, which features indoor and outdoor seating, then spend the night. You might just see one of the many wedding celebrations that take place here. baybeachclub.com Bike Trails: Kent Island boasts miles of beautiful flat trails. The main arteries are the Cross Island Trail and the South Island Trail. Find a trail map

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his past winter I traveled to the Baltimore Boat Show with absolutely no intentions of purchasing a boat of any kind. I allowed three hours to achieve my usual boat show goal, which is to see and learn about something I didn’t know existed in the boating world, regardless of its size, cost, and/or my desire or ability to own it. As I walked into the Baltimore Convention Center, the very first display that I came upon had at least 40 different PWCs. I decided that it might be fun to learn what differences existed between all of these models. Suffice it to say that compared to my 1988 Yamaha, the machines are much larger, faster, more agile and stable, quieter, smoother riding, and safer. I spent over an hour learning what features each model had but left the display without any urge to purchase one. I was impressed with the fact that the most expensive model, with all the “bells and whistles” including a stereo system and trailer, was less than $16,000. While traveling home that evening, I began trying to remember which winter boat show it was where I first saw the Yamaha WaveRunner. I do remember that I was so impressed with the “sit-down” capabilities of this new style jet ski, that it didn’t take me long to part with $4200 at a local dealer. 58 May 2019 PropTalk.com

On any given weekend, we literally used more gas in the WaveRunner than our twin engine cruiser. I fondly reminisced about the years that we rode it for countless hours and had an immeasurable amount of fun riding around the Upper Bay. Our sons would follow us in our cabin cruiser to anchorages like Still Pond and Fairlee Creek, where everybody we rafted with, young and old alike, would get a chance to take a ride. On any given weekend, we literally used more gas in the WaveRunner than our twin engine cruiser.

Unfortunately, our four plus years of fun ended when it got loose from its mooring one evening in Piney Creek Cove on the Elk River. It was last spotted the following morning floating in the middle of the channel at Schaeffer’s Canal House in Chesapeake City some six miles away. Most disappointing was the fact that even though my owner’s card with my name and address was in an onboard storage compartment, I never was contacted by whoever was seen tow-


ing it from the center of the canal. For the next several weeks, I spent countless hours trying to find my beloved WaveRunner with no success. To this day, some of those early machines are still being used on the Bay, and I always give close scrutiny to see if it might be my long “lost” WaveRunner. With all those great memories flooding through my mind, minus the last one, I thought that perhaps a new PWC would be a great addition to my “fleet.” After all, three people could cruise the Bay at 35-mph in relative comfort and get the excitement of speeds up to 70-mph. In addition, I could keep my current Boston Whaler and save between $45,000 to $60,000! I couldn’t wait to get home and see what the Craigslist “Gods” might offer up. I was not disappointed by the number and variety of used PWCs that were for sale. Not being deterred by common sense, I spent quite a few weeks traveling what seemed like the entire eastern seaboard to look at more than 20 used machines. Most were in very good condition, and

ranged in price from $3200 to $9000. Since I didn’t feel that I needed some of the fancier options, I decided to revisit purchasing new and found a great deal on a leftover model for $13,500 in Toms River, N.J. The evening before I was going to the dealer, I sat at the kitchen table and counted out the cash that I had removed from the bank earlier that day. Somehow seeing all of that money on the table and remembering all the Jet Skis with so little use made me question how impulsive this purchase might be. In disgust, I told my wife that I had just decided that I didn’t really need a Jet Ski and that I was not going to get one after all. Having been party to the purchase of 44 boats over our 46 years of marriage she instinctively knew my next move before I did. At bedtime that evening, I decided to look at Craigslist just one more time, and to my surprise I found a 2016 model that was exactly like the new one I had just decided not to buy but for $8500… I had to check it out!

I excitedly called the owner at 7 a.m., not wanting to miss them before they went to work, and made an appointment to see the Jet Ski that very morning. Time was of the essence because Philadelphia was expecting a major snowstorm to arrive by mid-afternoon. The icing on the cake was that it had only 29 hours of run time and three and a half years of a transferable factory warranty remaining. When I arrived, I met Debbie whom I had spoken with earlier. She showed me to the yard where the Jet Ski was sitting on a trailer. To my dismay, it had been professionally shrink wrapped. Knowing how indecisive I had been the evening before, I didn’t want to portray my purchase as a foregone conclusion. I let her know that in order to make a buying decision, I would have to see the machine uncovered and that I was making no guarantee that I was definitely

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going to buy. I explained that I would not be upset if she chose not to uncover her machine, considering that it was still February with a snowstorm on the way. Things have a way of working out. Debbie agreed to assimilate the risk of me not buying and uncovered the Jet Ski. Thankfully, it was in like-new condition and had all the paperwork from the dealer where she had had the oil changed, winterization, and shrink wrapping done in September of 2017. We went to a local notary to transfer the titles, and I was back at home before noon. A few hours later, the area received over eight inches of snow, while I had my new purchase in the protection of my garage in Maryland. My wife laughingly told me that when she pulled into the garage that it only took her a few moments to discover why the garage seemed so full of stuff. Not knowing of my late night Craigslist

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discovery, she had mistakenly believed that it was a brand new Jet Ski in the garage. She rolled her eyes when I informed her how “smart” I was to have just saved $5000 compared to what I had intended to spend, and how there was just enough money saved so I could now purchase a new lift at the dock for the Jet Ski. Now all I had to do was wait for spring! If you haven’t experienced the new PWC technology, or more importantly never ridden one before, you need to put that on your 2019 boating list as

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he Chesapeake Bay Grand Banks Owners Association (CBGBOA) participated in the club’s “Asphalt Cruise,” by taking a trip to Smith Island for a Murder Mystery Weekend, March 8 to 10. Michele Davidson, owner of The Smith Island Inn, was instrumental in helping to put together this fun-filled, informative weekend. The first event was a hands-on Smith Island Cake baking demonstration and class given by Kathy and Darren Jones. As this is the state dessert of Maryland, we all had great fun baking and icing this many-layered, mouthwatering cake. That evening, after a delicious dinner prepared by a local resident and served at Michele’s house, we enjoyed a talk given by Mark Kitching about life on Smith Island and the watermen who work on the water for their living. The next morning after breakfast, Mark met us, and we all walked to his “crab shanty” for another talk about the soft-crab industry. We learned how the softcrabs are harvested using the crab scrape, getting the crabs back to the tanks in the crab shanty, and preparing them for market. There is such a

Murder Mystery Weekend small window of time to complete all these tasks before the crabs become hard crabs again, and it seems like back-breaking work. We all had a much better appreciation of the lives of the watermen from Mark’s presentation! The weekend’s main event got underway late Saturday afternoon. After an audio introduction, we began sleuthing: questioning each other and casting accusations to determine who had the motive to commit murder.

We took a break for dinner and then the mystery continued until we were out of questions and took a vote. However, no one guessed the correct culprit! It didn’t matter; we all had a great time. Sunday morning we all took the Captain Jason boat back to Crisfield, MD, with fun-filled memories of our winter cruise. Please visit cbgboa. org for more information about the Chesapeake Bay Grand Banks Owners Association.

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Cruising Club Notes

Becoming a Vessel Examiner John Bailey is the current vessel examiner for the Wilmington Sail and Power Squadron (America’s Boating Club). Here Bailey explains why he took on this important volunteer job:

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Kingsway Power Squadron. Working with Edward was educational and fun. He stressed to me that not many boaters feel they need this service. That day I realized firsthand what he was talking about. “When we would offer a courtesy safety check, many declined, referencing the number of years they had spent on the water. They said they felt good about their boat’s safety. This is a belief many veteran boaters have. Edward pointed out to me that it is our

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Larry Lauterbach Champion Racer and Renowned Boat Builder By Kaylie Jasinski

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arry Lauterbach needs no introduction in the racing circuit. The Lauterbach name has been building boats since 1947, and the father-son duo of Henry and Larry built boats together for 25 years. Henry Lauterbach raced for about five or six years during the late 1950s and early 1960s, but his primary focus was boat building. Larry says, “I was the third of

four sons and the only one who wanted to build boats.” The two often worked 18 hour days, but Larry says they didn’t mind. “We cut back to about 40 hours a week when I got married,” he adds, chuckling. The family business officially began in 1947, the year Larry was born, when Henry built his first hydroplane race boat.

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It wasn’t long before Lauterbach boats quickly began dominating the sport. Prior to that, Henry was building Hampton one design sailboats. He quit high school during his senior year to pursue his passion for boat building. “He was smart,” says Larry. “I’m not anywhere near as smart as my dad, but I got his genes.” The Lauterbach shop was originally based in Portsmouth, VA, and then moved to Chester, MD, in 1990 after Henry retired. “I’ve been on the Bay my whole life,” Larry says. Larry raced for 44 years, set nine world records, was a 12-time national champion (garnering his last award when he was 58 years old), and was inducted into the American Power Boat Association (APBA) Hall of Champions in three different decades. He got his start back in the early 1960s, racing and showcasing the families’ boats. They would build a boat for a particular racing class, race it (and perform well), and then they would


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be able to take orders all on word of mouth. Back then, he says, if you didn’t have a Lauterbach boat, you weren’t competitive. A lot of that has changed now. “It used to be you’d go to a race and half the boats would be homemade, built in back yards,” says Larry. “Back in the 60s you could get a boat, motor, and trailer for $4000. Nowadays the cost is too great for a lot of people. Modern safety features and composite materials have greatly escalated the costs.” The last competitive race boat Larry built was in 2001, and it sold for $175,000. Nowadays he focuses on vintage race boats. Of his long career, Larry says, “It’s been very rewarding. I started racing when I was 16, got drafted when I was 19, and did two tours in Vietnam.” He later returned to racing, and while he had a few bad crashes over the years, his mindset was always: “If Vietnam couldn’t kill me, racing certainly couldn’t.” He can recall two bad accidents when he was younger,

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Racing News but emphasizes “you have to crash a time or two to learn how to drive.” After those two early accidents, he never had another for 30 years. Larry adds, “I was either pretty good or pretty lucky!” He retired in 2005, feeling that he had nothing more to prove. “I’ll let the young guys do it now,” he says. Looking back, one of his favorite aspects of racing was the camaraderie and family nature of the events. “You can bring the wife and kids and make a day of it. There were rivalries, sure,” he adds, “but if you ever had a problem, someone would always help.” Currently in the Lauterbach Custom Boats shop is a 1947 Ventnor. Larry has been working on this restoration for about two years now; after modifications were made in the past, the current owner wants to go back to the original design, using original hardware. Also in the shop are boats number four and

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five of the Lauterbach Special, a 22-foot custom recreational hydroplane, based off of a 1980s Lauterbach hydroplane design. These boats have become very popular, because they look like a genuine hydroplane race boat, with speeds over

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100-mph, but are recreational in nature with comfortable seating for two, and a transmission with neutral and reverse (which a real race boat does not have). “This has been my bread and butter for the last 20 years—vintage race boats and restorations,” says Larry. “I didn’t make a lot of money, but I made a good living and a lot of friends. I wouldn’t change a thing.” ■

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he Red Baron is a blown quarter mile dragster that raced in the 1970s on Lake Marble Falls in Johnson Park, TX—highly popular events promoted by the Flat Bottom Association. Fred Corigliano is the boat owner as well as her driver. He shows her off proudly as she sparkles from a two-year restoration, and jokes about how “she has a boy’s name, but she’s really a girl.” She is a 1968 model year Stevens Hydroplane—one of three Stevens Hydros left in existence. I saw this fully restored boat at a recent ACBS (Antique & Classic Boat Society) event in New Jersey. The local ACBS chapter, recently renamed the Mid-Atlantic Chapter after the Philadelphia and Barnegat Bay clubs merged, hosted this event. Stevens Boat Manufacturing started advertising in 1962. They were a Gardena, CA, boat builder. Boats offered were a 16-foot outboard, a 17-foot V-drive, and 18-foot V-drives; all flatbottom designs. Plus they built a few of these 18-foot hydroplane models. Rudy Ramos and his Rayson-Craft brand, that began back in the 1950s, was also a Gardena, CA, boat builder. The southern California area was a hot bed of fast boat designs and builders. The hydroplane’s cockpit seats two in bucket seats separated by a vinyl-covered box over the driveshaft and V-drive. There is a tach plus just three other gauges on the dashboard, along with five switches to control the boat’s functions. The Chevy engine is mounted “backwards” at the rear of the boat. The drivetrain goes forward between the two seats to the V-drive, where the power is redirected rearward under the boat and to the two-blade racing prop. She also has a separate rudder. There is a full width cavitation plate that on a quarter-

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mile race course acts quicker than trim tabs. The cavitation plate is controlled by an “up and down” pedal that looks like a gas pedal as well as a “cavitation plate limiter” hand control. This system needs to be adjusted in each quarter mile run. The plate is used to set the boat on the race course in the very early part of each given run and adjusted as speed builds. The pedal acts to add “take-off” bite to set to the boat, and then the driver lets the pedal and cavitation plate relax to its top speed set, as set by the handle setting. She uses an 8-71 Kuhl blower (supercharger) on her original L-88, 427 Chevy engine block as displayed here. While the engine block is original to the boat, the blower is not. Over the years, she has been naturally aspirated with a 4 bbl carburetor and also had a hidden or “cheater” NOS (Nitrous Oxide system). The boat has raced in several classes over the years. Since she no longer races, she now uses 115 aviation grade gasoline to operate. Everything in the drivetrain and its accessories has been polished, chromed, or anodized. These parts are heavy-duty

to handle the horsepower generated by the engine and transmitted by the driveshaft. The V-drive is a racing design, as is the rest of the driveline. The separate rudder is a spade design. The boat hull is all fiberglass with a wood deck. The wood deck feature is “asbuilt” back in 1968, made from Monkey Pod wood that was the most expensive wood available back when she was built. The distinctive quality of the wood adds to this beautiful boa. She rides on a custom tandem trailer. It is a low rider design painted in the boat’s accent colors, complete with mag wheels. Overall, it’s truly a show-stopper package. What kind of speed? She exceeded 130-mph in the speed trap at the end of a quarter mile run. She uses two parachutes that are deployed to slow her down after a high-speed run. Those parachutes are the same design and packaging used on a land-based dragster. I’d like to thank Bill Irving—a past race announcer and racer himself, both on land and on the water—for the rich history he shared about racing this boat. If you ever have a chance to attend one of his presentations, don’t miss it! #

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ost would agree that as winters go, the just-completed one was relatively mild, except for a few cold snaps. It did seem like a dreary one though, with lots of cloudy, drizzly days. But, all of that is in the rearview mirror. Spring has arrived! The ospreys are back and so is daylight savings time. And, the spring boat shows and the start of rockfish season are approaching rapidly. If the amount of work going on in Chesapeake boatshops is any indication, it is going to be another good year for boating.

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oe Reid of Mast and Mallet in Edgewater, MD, has moved his completed winter projects out of the shop and has started two big spring projects. “We’re well along into the restoration of a rare 1964 Bertram 20 Sportsman. The interior has been totally removed as well as all thru hulls. The thru hull openings are glassed over. The new structural members are getting glassed in place. There will be no Vberth forward. The deck will be all one continuous level like a modern center console. In preparation for paint, all the hardware was removed on deck and all holes will be filled. Another vessel in the 70 May 2019 PropTalk.com

shop is a Maynard Lowery 28-foot bay built. The deadrise is receiving some new planking for her bottom. New paint and upgrades will also take place. After the work, she returns to her native Eastern Shore. Also, spring work has begun on five Thomas Point Boats that were stored onshore this past winter.” n Galesville, MD, Alex Schlegel of Hartge Yacht Yard has caught the spring spirit. “As we are cheered up by the arrival of spring, winter work is getting finished. We have done a great deal of work refurbishing a Californian 43: soda blasted bottom, Awlgrip top to bottom, some rewiring and re-hosing,

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new hatches and ports, new solar panels on the aft deck hardtop, new davits. We removed a radar arch to get the height down and remounted everything that was on the arch so it will clear the low bridges. The owner plans to do the Great Loop and then maybe the canals of Europe. Following is some of the work done this winter, which is typical of what we do year-round. A Mabry 35 had some soft plywood replaced under the side and aft decks. A Sea Ray 420 Sundowner had all of the hoses replaced and the heat exchangers cleaned on the Cummins 6CTA8.3-M3 engines. (We installed


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##Wayne Dixon working on a 1979 Sisu 22 center console at Hartge Yacht Yard in Galesville, MD.

a new generator just a few years ago, so its hoses are in good shape.) We repaired some cracks in the fiberglass-covered wood cabin on an Ernest Tucker designed Lippincott 32 power boat. The props on an Eastbay 49 were removed, reconditioned, and reinstalled after hitting something in the Bay which caused a vibration. We did a tune up, pumped old gasoline out of the fuel tank, and fixed miscellaneous hose and electrical problems on a nice looking 1979 Sisu 22 center console with a Chevrolet straight 6, designed by Royal Lowell. One thousand hours of maintenance on a Back Cove 29s Yanmar 6LPA-STP engine was done. A new teak bowsprit was brush painted with Awlgrip and had the hardware installed. Fiberglass spray panels and plywood decks and furniture were brush painted with Awlgrip for a 1970s Egg Harbor 48 cruiser. “On the 55-foot Trumpy Manatee, the cabin top lost some of its crown due to the weight of an added air conditioner, a military mast with the shrouds tightened too much and, long ago, a 13-foot Boston Whaler. There is not much room to add structure without lowering the overhead and changing the look. Naturally that was not acceptable. We decided to remove the 68-year-old Homasote fit between the beams and add structure there. Naturally it crumbled, and naturally matching texture is no longer made. We molded the texture off an adjacent panel of Homasote and layed up a 3/16-inch fiberglass panel that gave us a perfect match. Then in the shop we layed up a 7/16-inch thick panel of unidirectional carbon fiber with slightly more crown than the original cabin top. Under the tongue and groove fir decking

we used epoxy glue to layer in an eastern white cedar cross plank as a spacer, the carbon fiber plank, and the fiberglass with the Homasote pattern. When the struts were removed, the cabin top held its original shape, not dropping a millimeter, and there is no sign of the work we did.” on Clarke of Higgins Yacht yard in St Michaels, MD, sends us this timely reminder for our readers. “Spring is just around the corner and everyone is anxious to be on the water. But, don’t forget to check everything, every year! We have calls every spring from sailboats that never had their rigging checked before leaving the dock or from a boat with a terrible vibration that needed to be hauled out, only to find that they need a new cutlass bearing. It’s the little things that cause the problems, and preventative maintenance costs less than an emergency mechanic! In the Boat Shed, our restoration work on the 1894 Chesapeake Log Canoe, Magic, is moving along and she should be ready for racing soon. This will be my (Jon Clarke’s) 9th year at her helm. And, we are finishing up a whole new top-of-the-line Garmin electronics installation, custom paint job, and detailing on a Sabre 34.” eorge Hazzard of Wooden Boat Restoration in Millington, MD, checks in. “Ralph Cataneo’s 1948 25 foot Chris Craft Sportsman has just received its coat number 10 out of 15 coats of varnish. The chrome was sent out to Don Burch of Polished Treasures to be re-chromed. We are also working on a 1958 16-foot Elgin, which is a molded plywood boat built by Wagemaker and

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sold through Sears. Other projects are a 30-foot Owens for Mitch and Molly Owens. We are redoing all the brightwork and paint, plus many upgrades to the systems. Two Chris Sea Skiffs and another Elgin 14-foot fishing boat are also in the shop.” rom St Michaels, MD, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Floating Fleet Captain Christian Cabral reports that 1920 buyboat Winnie Estelle has been fully prepared for her busy spring and summer. “Winnie’s maintenance program included a number of rig, mechanical, and cosmetic projects. With those completed, CBMM has been able to expand the availability of scenic river cruises aboard her to run each day of the week except Tuesdays. Additional specialty cruises and private rentals aboard Winnie have also been created, with details at cbmm.org/ cruises. To learn more about CBMM’s working shipyard, including regular photos and progress reports on its projects, visit cbmmshipyard.org. To learn how you can get out on water with CBMM this spring and summer, visit cbmm.org.” e had asked Charlie Petosa of Hinckley Yacht Services in Whitehall Marina in Annapolis, MD, when we were going to see the first outboard powered Hinckley in our area. His reply just came in. “I just found out that we will have our outboard powered 40-foot Sport Boat at the Bay Bridge Boat Show, along with a few others on dock H2, with a floating dock. This is in addition to the service booth I mentioned.” ank Reiser of Marine Service LLC in Edgewater MD, reports that early spring work in the marina is

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Screw hole plugs on new planks on the 1951 Chris Craft Commander being restored at Marine Service LLC in Edgewater, MD. Photo by Rick Franke

A 1957 17 foot Thompson Sea Coaster restored at Marine Service LLC in Edgewater, MD. Photo by Rick Franke

Brent Anderson making a frame for a solar panel on a Californian 43 at Hartge Yacht Yard in Galesville, MD.

keeping his team busy, but they are making steady progress on the restoration of the 1951 Chris Craft Commander 43 and the Stand Fast, a 1957 Lyman 23. Hank says they still are on schedule to have both restorations on display at the Annual Antique and Classic Boat Festival at CBMM in June. Also, just completed is a restoration of a 1957

Thompson Sea Coaster, now owned by the son of the original owner. ancy Noyes reports that the Chesapeake Light Craft workshop is abuzz this spring with buildyour-own boat classes, as well as prototype building and custom work. During the week of March 18-23, CLC started work on a new 15-foot runabout

of traditional style as a private design commission and class project, under the guidance of CLC designer Dillon Majoros. At the end of the week, the family loaded the hull onto a trailer and headed home, where they will complete the build on their own, using skills honed in the class. CLC’s approach to the new runabout design was to apply

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modern prefabricated stitch-and-glue boatbuilding techniques to the complex and beautiful hull shapes of 1950s runabouts. As the team was developing the design in 2018, a prospective builder called to inquire if such a design were available. The result was a family spring break spent building the boat with instructors in CLC’s classroom.

Hinckley’s first outboard powered offering, a Sportboat 40, will have its area debut at the Bay Bridge Boat Show in Stevensville, MD.

This design is a development project for CLC. No release date for a kit has been announced. The design features CLC’s patented LapStitch topsides with a vee bottom (12.5 inch deadrise at the transom) on an overall hull length of 14 feet nine inches, and beam of five foot five inches. The dry weight of the finished boat should come in at about

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AM 04:15 0.4 0.2 12 0.0 AM 05:17 0.6 0.3 18 -0.19 7-3 02:25 04:37 AM 6 04:24 01:53 AM AM 0.3 73 03:50 22 7 01:05 220 08:41 AM AM AM 7 10:23 22 AM 7 AM AM 2.0 1.7 61 2.6 1.7 1.7 52 2.6 AM 52 10:54 52 1.7 AM 79 AM 11:19 AM 79 09:08 10:42 AM 49 10:2407:48

0.09 52 2.5 12 0.0 34 3.1

0.2 9 1.458 0.212 1.034

AM AM 0.4 23 6 03:57 23 02:25 10:43 AM 1.8

0.212 1.655 0.415 1.037

AM 04:55 0.5 0.2 15 0.1 AM 06:05 0.6 0.3 18 AM 6 05:20 AM 86 04:57 23 8 01:49 233 02:41 AM AM 8 AM 23 AM 11:1908:34 AM 1.9 1.658 49 11:3609:26 AM 1.6 1.649

0.4 AM 1.9 AM 0.4 PM 1.2 PM

0.212 1.458 0.312 0.937

AM AM 0.5 24 6 04:51 24 03:15 11:30 AM 1.6

04:58 AM 0.4 10 11:33 10 03:03 AM AM 1.8

AM 0.5 PM PM 1.2 AM 0.6 AM 1.5 PM 0.5 PM 1.3 AM 0.6 AM 1.5 PM 0.5 PM 1.4 AM 0.7 PM 1.4 PM 0.5

0.215 1.549 0.415 1.0 37 0.318 1.446 0.515 1.0 40 0.318 1.346 0.515 1.0 43 0.421 1.343 0.515

1.4 AM 0.7 AM 1.3 PM 0.5 PM

43 1.121 0.440 1.215 0.4

1.5 AM 0.7 AM 1.3 PM 0.4 PM

46 1.221 0.440 1.212 0.4

6 04:2609:05 Th PM AM 1.3 40 10:38 Tu 03:08 PM PM 0.4 9 09:14 PM

49 1.218 0.440 1.112 0.4

1.7 0.6 1.2 0.3

52 18 37 9

L. Ht *1.17 *1.59 *0.83 *1.08

Spring Range 1.5 1.9 1.1 1.4

F

02:2501:04 AM 7 07:26 09:03 AM Tu 04:31 PM Su 01:58 09:3607:37 PM 03:0801:40 AM 8 08:07 09:48 AM W 05:21 PM M 02:43 10:2608:14 PM 03:5802:19 AM 9 08:51 10:38 AM Th 06:13 PM Tu 03:31 11:2108:56 PM

07:0509:41 PM W 04:23 09:44 12:19 AM 11 06:10 AM 11 03:55 Sa 12:3310:37 PM Th 05:20 07:57 PM 10:42 01:20 AM 12 07:29 AM 12 04:56 Su 01:3711:39 PM F 06:19 PM ◐ 08:48 ◐ 11:49 02:22 AM 13 08:49 AM 13 06:04 M 02:4112:45 PM Sa 07:18 09:37 PM

AM 0.4 PM PM 1.2 AM 0.4 AM 1.7 PM 0.4 PM 1.3 AM 0.4 AM 1.6 PM 0.4 PM 1.4 AM 0.4 PM 1.6 PM 0.4

12 0.255 1.412 0.3 0.9 37 0.212 1.452 0.412 0.9 40 0.212 1.449 0.412 0.9 43 0.212 1.349 0.412

03:23 AM 14 10:04 14 12:59 AM Tu 03:4207:15 PM Su 01:50 10:23 PM 08:14

1.6 AM 0.4 AM 1.5 PM 0.3 PM

49 1.012 0.246 1.3 9 0.3

AM 1.4 PM 0.3 PM

52 1.1 9 0.243 1.3 9 0.3

F

04:22 AM 1.7 15 11:12 15 02:07 AM AM 0.3 W 04:4008:24 PM M 02:51 11:06 PM 09:06

3 11:28 AM Sa PM PM 0.3 34 02:09 Th 05:28 PM PM 1.3 ○6 07:1211:26 6 12:22 PM Su PM PM 0.3 34 03:02 F 06:14 6 08:00 ○ PM 1.2 6 06:44 AM M PM PM 0.4 34 03:52 Sa 01:15 08:4806:59 PM PM 1.2 40 07:32 AM Tu PM PM 0.4 6 04:39 Su 02:05 PM PM 1.2 30 09:3707:44

43 08:20 AM W6 05:25 PM PM 0.4 M 02:54 PM PM 1.2 30 10:2608:29 43 09:09 AM Th PM PM 0.5 6 06:09 Tu 03:43 PM PM 1.2 30 11:1709:15

43 09:59 F9 06:50 PM W 04:32 27 10:05 12:10 AM 25 6 05:52 AM 25 04:08 43 12:1910:52 Sa PM 9 07:30 Th 05:22 PM 27 11:00 01:04 AM 26 6 06:59 05:06 AM 26 43 01:0911:46 Su PM 12 08:10 F 06:11 PM ◑ 27 ◑ 11:59 02:00 AM 27 6 08:09 AM 27 06:07 43 02:0012:41 M PM 12 08:48 Sa 07:00 PM 27 02:54 AM 28 28 01:00 6 09:18 AM 40 02:5007:09 Tu PM Su 01:34 12 09:25 PM 07:47 03:46 AM 29 30 10:22 29 01:58 AM W6 03:3908:09 PM 40 10:02 M 02:23 PM 9 08:32

04:33 AM 1.6 30 34 11:21 30 02:52 AM AM 0.6 AM 31 05:17 12:16 PM F

dIFFEREnCEs

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

05:13 PM 11:14 PM

Low –3:50 +3:30 –0:10 –1:58

H. Ht *1.18 *1.59 *0.82 *1.08

09:48 AM 2.6 79 10:34 AM 2.8 49 Th PM 0.4 0.4 12 0.1 F PM 0.5 0.4 15 -0.2 M 01:45 PM 12 05:29 Tu3 02:36 PM 12 Sa 03:44 PM Su 04:31 PM 6 05:05 PM 10:04 1.2 1.0 37 2.9 PM 10:54 1.3 1.0 40 3.3 PM 30 10:48 PM 30 PM 88 07:59 PM 30 10:1207:06

85 10:00 AM Th PM 0.4 -6 03:05 M 03:52 PM PM 1.1 101 08:29 10:17 PM

F9 05:52 PM 0.4 0.4 12 0.1 Sa PM 0.5 0.5 15 0.0 Tu 02:31 PM 12 06:02 W3 03:19 PM 15 Su 04:20 PM M 05:16 PM PM 10:40 1.3 1.0 40 2.9 PM 11:39 1.3 1.0 40 3.1 PM 30 11:37 PM 30 PM 88 08:46 PM 30 11:0807:50

F 0 03:54 PM 0.4 Tu 04:36 PM PM 1.1 94 09:31 11:01 PM

0.19 49 2.5 15 0.2 30

AM 0.4 8 3 03:26 AM 8 05:24 10:00 AM 1.6

12 0.0 49 2.5 0.19 37 3.0

2.9 12 0.3 46 2.3 15 0.4 34

AM 0.4 9889 04:32 AM 9 06:14 10:55 AM 1.5

12 0.1 46 2.4 0.29 40

2.7 15 0.4 43 01:16 PM M 1.6 PM 49 2.4 Tu 01:03 PM 1.4 PM 43 43 W 12:27 73 05:31 Th 01:42 F 05:05 PM 12 07:45 Sa PM 0.512 2.2 15 15 08:14 PM 06:31 0.3 0.4 9 PM 0.4 ◐ ◑ PM 0.2 6 11:28 07:48 PM 0.5 10:41 PM 1.1 34 PM 1.1 34 30 02:1104:42 AM 12:54 1.6 0.4 49 2.9 AM 02:08 1.5 0.5 46 2.5 11 26 AM 88 05:28 AM AM 12 02:13 AM 15 11 07:22 26 11 11:17 26 9 08:49 AM 0.5 15 08:40 AM 0.8 24 AM 0.3 9 11:44 08:42 AM 0.6 AM 1.5 46 AM 1.3 40 40 02:15 PM Tu 1.5 0.4 46 2.3 W 01:50 PM 1.4 0.5 43 2.1 Th 01:21 PM 70 06:16 F 02:38 PM Sa 06:00 PM 12 Su PM 15 15 09:01 PM 07:29 0.3 1.1 0.4 PM 12 0.6 PM9 0.3 11:50 PM 34 08:23 ◑ 08:49 ◑ 9 PM 30 03:1205:53 AM 01:52 1.7 0.4 52 2.8 AM 03:08 1.6 AM 49 2.4 12 27 AM 85 12:28 AM 12 03:04 AM 37 12 08:23 12 12:19 27 09:38 27 12 10:03 AM 0.5 1.4 15 0.3 AM 0.8 1.2 24 0.6 AM 9 06:30 PM 43 09:51 AM AM 18 40 03:13 W PM 1.4 0.4 43 2.3 Th PM 1.3 0.6 40 2.2 F 02:22 PM 70 12:31 Su 06:54 PM 12 02:40 Sa 03:40 PM M PM 1.2 37 15 09:46 PM 0.3 PM9 0.3 09:01 PM 09:52 0.4 PM 12 0.6 9 07:00 ◐ 08:34 ◐ PM 0.4 12

82 05:43 AM AM 0.5 10 12:41 10 12 11:51 07:10 AM AM 1.4

3.0 15 0.1 43 2.49 0.2

11:01 AM 49 Sa PM 0.4 0.4 12 W 03:20 PM M 04:59 PM 12 06:40 08:40 11:20 PM 1.0 PM 30 12:07 AM 1.4 43 96 06:12 AM 0.3 9 02:39 05:39 AM AM 0.5 1.6 15 9 11:41 AM AM 46 12:1709:24 Su PM 1.7 52 Th 04:11 PM 0.4 Tu 05:42 PM 12 07:27 PM 0.4 1.0 12 09:36 PM 30

2.5 76 12:04 PM Su PM 0.5 0.5 15 12 06:35 Th3 04:03 PM 0.1 Tu 06:03 PM 30 2.9 88 09:35 PM 1.0 12:28 AM 1.4 43 24 243 03:33 AM AM 0.4 24 12:25 0.19 06:21 AM 0.7 1.5 21 06:54 AM 49 AM 2.4 73 10:11 M 12:19 PM 1.5 W 12:51 PM 12 F 3 04:47 PM 0.546 0.1 PM 06:53 0.5 1.1 15 PM 30 07:0910:29 PM

01:09 AM 12:04 1.5 AM 46 2.9 AM 01:14 1.4 AM 43 10 25 01:21 88 04:28 03:37 AM AM 10 06:27 25 07:46 10 10:19 25 9 07:30 AM 0.5 0.3 15 0.29 07:29 AM 0.8 0.5 24 AM 6 10:57 AM AM 1.6 49 AM 1.4

76 11:27 AM Sa6 04:45 PM 0.3 W 05:25 PM 10:38 11:49 PM 1.2 PM 12:17 PM 70 05:36 Su PM 0.3 Th 06:18 PM 12 11:47 PM 1.3

67 06:27 F 01:13 PM M PM 0.3 07:19 PM

◐15

76 12:56 AM AM 1.4 11 01:40 11 18 06:56 08:10 AM AM 0.5 64 12:49 Sa 02:16 PM Tu PM 1.3 18 07:18 08:26 PM PM 0.2

2.9 43 0.2 15 2.4 40 0.26

AM 73 02:00 AM 1.5 12 02:45 12 AM 18 08:08 09:13 AM 0.5 Su 03:25 PM 67 01:47 W PM 1.2 PM ◐ 09:37 18 08:07 PM 0.2

2.8 46 0.1 15 2.5 37 0.26

2.3 40 0.6 Th 04:09 PM 1.3 PM 40 2.4 F 03:33 PM 1.2 PM 37 18 Sa 03:32 73 01:18 Su 04:40 37 10:29 M 01:20 PM 43 09:42 Tu PM 1.2 9 2.2 37 PM 09:45 0.3 1.4 9 PM 0.3 PM 0.29 6 07:43 10:52 PM 0.6 12 07:47 PM 0.3 PM 0.4 12

70 02:59 AM AM 1.6 13 03:53 13 18 09:16 10:16 AM AM 0.5

2.7 49 0.1 15 2.7 37 0.16

2.3 43 0.5 18 2.4 34 0.59

70 03:53 AM AM 1.7 14 05:02 14 15 10:18 11:15 AM AM 0.5

2.7 52 0.0 15 2.9 34 0.06

04:11 AM 02:59 1.9 AM 58 2.8 03:53 AM 04:10 1.7 AM 52 13 28 85 01:27 34 11:12 37 10:57 AM 13 AM 28 10:32 13 01:00 28 AM 0.5 1.2 15 0.3 AM 0.7 1.3 21 AM 9 07:32 AM 12 07:05 09:30 AM 0.4 12 AM 0.6 05:06 AM 04:10 2.0 AM 61 14 37 12:15 AM 14 10:36 14 02:06 PM 0.5 1.3 15 AM 12 05:0408:16 AM F PM 1.3 0.4 40 Su 04:45 PM 37 11:11 Tu 02:19 PM PM 0.3 1.3 PM9 12 08:36 10:56 PM 0.3

04:38 AM 05:09 1.8 AM 55 29 2.8 85 02:21 40 11:57 AM 29 11:20 29 AM 0.7 1.4 21 0.2 6 08:32 AM 12 04:28 AM Sa PM 1.2 0.6 37 2.5 76 M 05:35 PM 40 W 02:05 PM PM 11:45 0.3 1.1 PM9 0.19 10:24 3 08:26 PM 0.3

05:57 AM 05:21 2.0 AM 61 2.8 05:22 AM 06:00 2.0 AM 61 15 30 85 03:11 37 01:12 46 12:50 AM 15 AM 30 12:02 15 03:07 30 PM 0.4 1.5 12 0.1 PM 0.6 1.5 18 AM 3 09:28 PM 12 09:22 11:38 AM 0.4 12 AM 0.6

2.4 46 0.4 18 Sa 05:57 PM 1.2 PM 37 2.7 Su 05:23 PM 1.1 PM 34 2.5 M 05:53 82 02:51 Tu 06:22 34 11:52 W 03:15 Th PM PM 0.3 1.2 9 37 11:09 PM PM 0.3 1.1 9 34 12 09:24 PM 0.2 6 09:07 PM 0.3 9

AM 31 03:56 10:20 AM F

dIFFEREnCEs

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

03:36 PM 09:48 PM

Low +1:40 –1:15 –3:13 –3:47

H. Ht *0.88 *1.12 *1.33 *1.37

Tu Times and heights of high

ChEsApEAkE BAy MayBRIdgE TunnEL June

cm 43 3 46 9

cm 1376 Sa 40 6

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

Times and heights of high and Low Waters

AnnApOLIs June MayApril

ft 1.4 0.1 1.5 0.3

MAy 2019 TIdES

m 32 11 09 45

4

1.6 0.6 1.1 0.2

L. Ht *0.88 *1.14 *1.33 *1.33

67 02:44 M 04:35 PM Th PM 1.2 18 08:55 10:47 PM PM 0.2

Tu 05:39 PM F73 03:39 PM 1.1 15 09:42 11:52 PM PM 0.2

73 04:43 AM AM 1.8 15 06:05 15 12 11:14 12:10 PM AM 0.5 76 04:30 W 06:37 PM Sa PM 1.0 10:28 PM 0.2

49 18 34 6

Spring Range 1.0 1.1 1.4 1.4

2.7 55 -0.1 15 3.1 30 6

April 10H

Time Time HeightHeight

Time

ftcm cm cm h m h m ft h m 12 05:29 AM -0.1 01:21 Slack -3 Maximum AM 1.8 55 16 12:51 1 07:24 16 73 12:05 07:02 AM 2.7 82 PM 0.5 15 h m h m knots Th 01:01 PM -0.2 -6 Sa 01:15 Su9 05:18 PM 1.0 30 01:00AM 0.6F 82 11:12 07:29 PM 3.2 9803:48AM07:46 PM 0.2 6 06:48AM 09:36AM -0.6E 12:36PM-603:48PM02:05 0.8F 6 06:13 01:45 AM AM 1.8 55 M -0.2 17 2 17 07:00PM -0.9E 76 12:50 07:54 AM 2.7 8210:12PM08:09 PM 0.5 15 F 01:49 PM -0.2 -6 Su 01:59 M 6 06:04 PM 1.0 30 PM 3.36 101 08:29 PM 0.2 ○85 11:57 08:17 01:36AM 04:24AM 0.7F 07:36AM-910:30AM -0.7E 3 06:55 02:36 AM -0.3 02:49 AM 1.8 55 18 3 18 01:24PM 0.8F 76 01:32 08:43 AM 8204:36PM08:53 PM 0.5 15 Tu 2.7 07:48PM-610:54PM -0.9E Sa 02:35 PM -0.2 M 02:44 Tu3 06:48 PM 1.0 30 104 ● 09:13 91 ○ 09:03 PM 3.4

1 2

Onancock Creek Stingray Point Hooper Strait Light Lynnhaven Inlet

16 11

17 12

12:41 03:24 AM 0.2 193 07:35 AM 19 AM 1.7

6 02:12AM 0.8F -0.2 -605:06AM 4 03:34 52 76 08:18AM -0.7E 09:28 AM 2.6 7911:12AM09:38 W3 02:12 PM 0.5 15 02:18PM-305:18PM 0.8F Su 03:20 PM -0.1 Tu 03:31 W PM 1.0 30 94 07:32 09:46 08:24PM -0.8E PM 3.3 10111:30PM09:58

01:4 AM ID: -0.1 Station 18 13 08:1 AM 2.5 02:3 PM -0.1 Source: NO Th Sa PM 08:2 3.2 Station Typ 01:26 04:10 AM 0.3 9 200 08:14 AM -0.2 -6 04:21 AM -0.2 20 10:13 5 Time Zone AM 1.7 52 79 AM 2.6 7905:42AM10:26 2.5 02:42AM 0.8F AM 02:1 Th0 02:51 PM 0.5 4 0.015 19 14 M 04:04 PM W 04:20 -0.1 08:54AM 011:54AM -0.8E PM 09:0 08:18 PM 1.1 34

3

94

10:29 PM 9806:00PM10:46 03:06PM 0.8F PM Th 3.2 F 09:06PM 12 ○ 0.0 0 6 05:10 AM 49 76 10:56 AM 2.5 76 11:15 AM F 0 03:30 PM 0.5 15 Tu 04:48 PM 0.1 312:06AM Th 05:13 -0.8E PM 09:06 PM 1.1 34 94 11:12 PM 3.0 9106:18AM11:37 03:12AM 0.9F PM 09:36AM 12:36PM -0.9E Sa F 0.1 AM 0.4 12 220 03:01 05:39 AM 306:42PM 06:02 Slack Maximum 03:54PM 0.7F AM 22 7 AM 1.5 46 76 09:31 11:38 AM 73 12:09 PM ● 2.4 09:42PM Sa0 04:09 PM 0.5 15 h 9m F h 06:10 m knots W 05:33 PM 0.3 PM 09:59 PM 1.1 34 01:00AM 03:48AM 0.6F 94 11:55 PM 2.8 85 12:42AM -0.8E -0.6E 06:48AM 09:36AM 03:42AM 06:54AM 0.9F AM 12:31 AM 0.5 15 12:36PM 0.8F 8 03:48PM 230 03:53 AM 0.2 601:18PM M 23 06:23 10:12AM -0.9E -0.9E 06:57 AM AM 1.4 43 Sa 2.3 Su 07:00PM 10:12PM 76 10:10 12:22 PM 7007:24PM 04:42PM 0.6F PM Sa 01:07 Su3 04:50 PM 0.4 12 Th 06:20 PM 0.4 12 10:18PM 07:12 PM 37 91 10:55 PM 1.2 01:36AM 04:24AM 0.7F -0.7E -0.7E AM 2.6 7901:12AM 01:29 AM AM 0.6 18 07:36AM 24 12:40 9 10:30AM 243 04:49 04:12AM 1.0F AM AM 0.4 1207:30AM 07:55 AM 1.3 40 01:24PM 04:36PM 0.8F 73 10:49 07:08 Tu 10:54AM -0.9E -0.9E F 01:09 PM 2.2 6702:00PM Su 02:09 PM M 6 05:31 PM 0.4Su 12 07:48PM M 10:54PM 05:36PM 0.6F PM PM 0.5 1508:06PM08:19 11:52 07:11 PM 1.3 40 10:54PM 91 05:50 AM 2.5 76 10 02:30 AM AM 0.7 21 02:12AM 25 01:27 25 05:06AM 0.8F 3 11:31 07:55 AM 0.5 1501:48AM 08:54 AM AM 1.3 40 08:18AM -0.6E -0.7E 73 06:13 Sa 01:59 PM 2.2 6708:06AM M11:12AM 03:15 Tu PM 0.3 9 02:18PM 04:42AM 1.0F PM 05:18PM 0.8F W 09:29 PM 08:07 PM 0.6 1802:48PM ◐11:30PM -0.9E -0.8E ◑6 M 11:36AM Tu 08:24PM 06:30PM 08:54PM 0.5F 88 12:49 02:18 AM 2.3 70 11:36PM 03:35 AM AM 1.3 40 26 08:44 11 266 06:52 AM 0.5 15 09:53 AM AM 0.7 21 05:42AM 0.8F 73 12:14 Su 02:54 PM 2.2 6702:30AM Tu 04:21 PM W PM 1.2 37 02:42AM -0.6E -0.8E 11:54AM 6 06:55 PM 0.6 1808:48AM ◑ 09:06 10:37 PM 0.3 9 08:54AM 05:12AM 1.0F PM 03:06PM 06:00PM 0.8F Th 12:24PM 03:36PM -0.9E Tu W 09:06PM 85 01:44 AM 2.3 7009:42PM 04:41 AM 1.4 43 07:24PM 0.4F AM 27 03:12 12 27 3 07:55 09:33 AM 0.5 15 10:51 AM AM 0.7 21 76 01:01 M 03:49 PM 2.3 70 W 05:23 PM Th PM 1.1 34 12:06AM -0.8E 6 07:39 10:04 PM 0.6 1803:06AM 11:41 PM 0.3 9 12:18AM -0.5E PM 03:12AM 06:18AM 0.9F 05:54AM 09:36AM 1.0F -0.9E 09:36AM 12:36PM F 82 04:07 AM 2.2 67 05:45 AM 02:36 AM 1.5 46 28 13 01:12PM 04:30PM -0.8E 283 08:55 10:20 W Th 03:54PM 06:42PM 0.7F AM 0.5 15 11:45 AM AM 0.7 08:24PM 10:30PM 0.4F ●21 Tu 04:43 PM 2.4 73 Th 06:20 PM F82 01:52 PM 1.1 34 09:42PM 3 08:23 10:59 PM 0.56 15 PM 0.2 12:42AM -0.8E 01:06AM 04:00AM -0.5E AM 12:39 03:42AM 06:54AM 0.9F 14 82 03:25 AM 2.2 6710:30AM AM 1.6 49 29 05:01 29 06:42AM 0.9F -0.9E 06:43 AM 10:12AM 01:18PM 0 09:52 11:06 AM 0.4 12 AM 0.7 21 Sa 02:06PM 05:24PM -0.8E PM F 07:24PM 12:36 Th F 04:42PM 0.6F 88 W 05:33 PM 2.6 79 Sa 02:44 PM 1.0 30 09:18PM 11:30PM 0.3F 07:11 PM 0 09:08 11:50 PM 0.46 10:18PM 12 PM 0.2 ◑

AM 0.4 210 02:12 AM 21 04:55 08:53 AM 1.6

6 1

21 16 03:4 3.0

Tu 10:3 -0.1

05:2 2.6 10:4 0.1

2.9 22 17 04:2 0.0

W 11:2 2.6 di

06:1 0.1 11:3 G 2.7 0.0 2.7 05:1 Th 0.2 12:1 07:1 2.6 0.0 2.8 12:3 0.1 06:0 F01:0 2.5 ○08:0 -0.1 2.9 0.1 01:3 06:5 Sa 2.5 01:5 -0.1 09:0 3.1

8 3

23 18

9 4

24 19

10 5

25 20

11 6

02:3 0.0 26 21 07:5 2.4

01:32 -0.7E AM 15 01:12AM 07:36 AM

82 04:12 AM AM 1.7 30 05:52 30 -3 10:45 11:49 AM AM 0.6

2.2 67 52 02:06AM -0.5E 1.0F 0.3 905:00AM 04:12AM 07:30AM 18 Sa 01:25 PM 07:42AM 0.9F -0.9E 94 03:37 Th 06:19 PM 2.7 8211:24AM 10:54AM 02:00PM Su PM 1.0 30 Su 07:59 03:06PM 06:24PM -0.8E PM Sa 08:06PM 0.6F 09:54 PM 0.2F 6 05:36PM 10:12PM 10:54PM ◐ 0.3 12:36 AM 9 31 06:39 AM 2.3 70 01:48AM -0.6E F 12:32 PM 0.2 612:36AM 0.4F 1.0F 04:42AM 08:06AM 07:03 PM 2.9 8806:12AM 03:18AM -0.5E -0.9E 11:36AM 02:48PM M 08:54AM 12:30PM 0.9F 0.5F Sa Su 06:30PM 08:54PM Spring 04:00PM 07:18PM -0.8E 11:36PM 11:00PM High Low H. Ht L. Ht Range

12 7

Su 02:4 -0.1

09:5 3.2

-0.1 2.4 -0.1 03:4 M 3.2 09:0 03:4 10:4

27 22

28 23 04:4

Tu 10:1

04:3 11:2

+4 :15 *0.70 *0.83 2.2 02:30AM -0.6E 01:36AM 0.5F 1.0F 24 904:24AM 05:12AM 08:48AM +2 :29 *0.48 14*0.83 1.4 29 05:4 07:18AM -0.5E -0.9E 12:24PM 03:36PM Tu W +6 :04 *0.66 2.0 10:06AM 01:36PM 0.8F 0.4F Su *0.67 M 11:1 07:24PM 09:42PM 05:00PM 2.4 08:12PM -0.8E 05:3 +1 :08 *0.77 *0.83 11:42PM

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dIFFEREnCEs

Wft AM Sla 0.1 AM 2.3 h PM 0.1 PM 12:2 3.0 06:3 12:3 AM 0.0 Tu Th AM 06:4 2.4 PM 0.0 PM 3.1 01:0 07:2 AM -0.1 AM 2.5 W F01:3 07:3 PM -0.1 PM ◐3.2

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01:48AM 08:30AM 03:00PM 08:30PM

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Station ID: ACT4996 Depth: Unknown

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Fish News By Lenny Rudow, FishTalk editor

New Fly Fishing Addition to Tochterman’s

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t’s finally ready, folks—the second story fly fishing fantasyland at Tochterman’s Fishing Tackle in Baltimore, MD, is ready for business. Tochterman’s will be holding the grand opening on Saturday, May 18, and there will be seminars on fly fishing for stripers, fly tying demonstrations, fly casting demonstrations, and manufacturer’s reps on hand to help you understand the latest and greatest in modern fly gear. There will even be a demo on the mechanics and kenis-

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thetics of fly casting. (We had to look that one up: Google says it’s a tactile learning style). Just in case you haven’t heard about it yet, this new addition to Tochterman’s—the oldest continuously operated tackle shop in a single location in the country, first opened in 1916— takes up the second-floor equivalent of more than two row homes. In it you’ll find over 150 fly rods, 200 fly lines, a mind-boggling selection of reels made by 14 different manufacturers, 11 dif-

##When it comes to fly fishing gear, if you want it, Tochterman’s has got it.

ferent types of waders, and everything from a $120 starter fly fishing kit to a $1200 hand-painted work-of-art fly reel. From beginner to expert, the fly gear you need can be found here whether you plan to cast in the Gunpowder for trout, take a trip to Alaska for salmon, or fly fish for tarpon in the Keys. You can visit tochtermansfishingtackle.com to learn more, but we suggest showing up on the 18th if fly fishing is your thing.

American Boating Congress

he American Sportfishing Association (ASA), of which FishTalk is a proud member, will join a coalition of boating and fishing industry organizations on May 13 to 15 to co-host the American Boating Congress (ABC). As we shake off the remnants of a chilly spring and dust off our fishing gear, this group of advocates for recreational boating and fishing will be meeting with congress members and staffers to be sure our representatives understand the issues that are important to us. Visit asafishing.org to learn more about the different policy and legislative actions ASA is tackling on our behalf.

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Youth Angler Events

aryland’s DNR has announced a healthy youth fishing rodeo and derby schedule for this summer and fall. Many of the events include gear and bait. Most are geared towards youth anglers ranging from three to 15 years of age, and are held at numerous parks with easy shoreline fishing access. There are dozens of these events

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throughout the state, so visit dnr. maryland.gov and go to the Fisheries pages to find the complete schedule and learn more about individual events. In Virginia the kids also get a leg up, thanks to the youth-only trout stocking program. This started in April, and there are five May stocking dates as well. Fishing is limited to

kids under 15 years of age. Adults can assist with baiting hooks, casting, and taking off the fish. Assisting adults aren’t required to have a license or trout stamp. Meanwhile, there’s also a long list of Kids Fishing Days across the state, many of which include tackle loaners, food, and prizes. Visit dgif. virginia.gov to get the complete scoop on all the different events.


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group of saltwater fishing guides and recreational fishing business owners has coalesced to form the American Saltwater Guides Association (ASGA), with the purpose of promoting sustainable business through conservation. Cofounded by light-tackle guide Captain John McMurray and fisheries policy expert Tony Friedrich, the organization plans to begin with a focus on issues regarding striped bass, bluefish, menhaden, and the reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Act. To learn about the ASGA, its mission, board members, and focus, go to saltwaterguidesassociation.com.

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vinrude announced this spring that it will donate a jaw-dropping $2 million worth of engines to the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) Foundation to help train the next generation of marine technicians. A shortage of skilled outboard service techs has been hampering the industry lately, and to help solve this issue Evinrude is not only donating the engines but also their entire training curriculum. Both will be available to member schools of the ABYC Marine League of Schools, a nation-wide network of post-secondary technical education institutions that meet standards-based curriculum development and instructor training/ certification. Visit evinrude.com or abycfoundation.org to learn more.

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The Evan Foundation Tournament

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y the time you read this, the EVAN Foundation tournament, benefitting the EVAN Foundation (dedicated to neuroblastoma, a pediatric cancer) and put on by the Annapolis Anglers Club, will be underway. It runs April 20 through May 5, and new anglers can jump into the fray at any time up to April 30. This is a catch-and-photo tournament with entries checked in via the iAngler app. You can register via the app or at Marty’s Bait and Tackle in Edgewater, Alltackle in Annapolis, or Island Tackle in Chester, MD. All funds raised go to benefit the foundation, and there’s a long list of sweet prizes to be won by competitors. The awards cookout takes place on May 11 at the Annapolis Maryland Capitol Yacht Club. Visit annapolisanglersclub.com and click on the Evan Foundation tab to learn more.

Cinco de Mayo Fishing Tournament

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he Grand National Waterfowl Association has announced its Cinco de Mayo Fishing Tournament. We think you can guess the date, and Palm Beach Willies in Taylor’s Island, MD, is the location. After the 3

p.m. weigh-ins there will be food, a DJ, prizes, a 50/50, and raffles. The Grand National is a non-profit Dorchester County Maryland organization founded in 1982 by a group of local men and women dedicated to promoting sound

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VA Croaker Tournament

he 16th annual Tappahannock Rotary Croaker Tournament happens May 18 out of Garrett’s Marine in Bowers Warf, VA. This is a rather big-time tournament for a relatively small fish with 81 boats competing in the Rappahannock River last year, and the first-place winner taking home $2000. Cash prizes are awarded to the top three fish by weight, plus for the top three croaker caught by youth anglers, ages 16 or younger. Tournament proceeds go to charitable causes, and there will be door prizes and hot dogs at the weigh-in. Visit bigcroaker.com, for more info.

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admission to the dinner and party for five, it also comes with a set of tournament T-shirts. Prizes are awarded for the largest fish by length, but the real winner in this tournament is the team that tops the Captain’s Challenge, which is the fundraising competition. Win that, and you’ll really have something to be proud of. Visit caseycares.org and click on “Fundraisers” to learn more.

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his year the Casey Cares Foundation is back for more fun with its fourth annual fishing tournament on May 31. All proceeds benefit Casey Cares’ programs for critically ill children and their families. After the fishing is done, the action takes place at The Inn at Chesapeake Bay Beach Club on Kent Island, including dinner, live music, cocktails, and dancing. Entering the tournament not only gets you

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##Last year, team PropTalk/FishTalk enjoyed a day of trophy fishing with Captain Billy Gee aboard Ebb Tide Charters. Photo by Capt. Billy Gee

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pring trophy season for striped bass kicks off April 20 in Maryland and May 1 in Virginia’s portion of the Chesapeake Bay. We spoke to a few local charter captains who shared with us a little of their game plan for Opening Day. You can find contact information and more charter captains up and down the Chesapeake on page 83 and at fishtalkmag.com. And don’t miss the 18th annual Boatyard Bar and Grill Catch and Release Spring Fishing Tournament, April 20! Register online by April 17 at boatyardbarandgrill.com. ##Photo courtesy of Vickie Ann Charters

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Captain Bob Flynn of Vickie Ann Charters operates out of Deale, MD, on a 38-foot Evans Somerset. He can accommodate six people for spring trophy rockfish charters. Captain Bob says his strategy will be trolling 22-25 rods on a full planar board spread. He plans to start in the main channel of the Bay, starting with what worked last year and then adjusting accordingly. We asked Captain Bob what anglers can expect from a charter, and he says: “You can be as much or as little involved as you like. Some people just want a boat ride and others want to learn about the trolling spread; we’re open to everything. We’re happy to teach if they’re interested in learning.” He added that guests should make

sure to bring sunblock, food, and soft soled shoes (preferably deck shoes), and that hard work boots would not provide good traction for a day on the water. Learn more at vickieanncharters.com. Captain Mike Smolek runs Penny Sue Charters out of Anchor Yacht Basin on the South River in Edgewater, MD. The boat is a 40-foot Robbins and can accommodate six passengers. Captain Mike plans to fish out in the deep channel between the Severn River and Deale, running 22 rods on planar boards with parachute lures and nine inch shads. Regarding last year’s slow season, he says: “Either the fish are here, or they’re not. We’re trying to intercept them, and if you’re lucky you hit the fish.” For charter customers, Captain Mike highly


encourages everyone to ask the captain lots of questions when booking a charter. That way you know what to expect regarding the type of fishing you will be doing and where you will be. “It’s best for the person booking the trip to ask a lot of questions and then tell their crew, so they know what to expect,” says Mike. “Some people get mad when they show up and learn they will be trolling.” We also asked Captain Mike what his go-to snack is for a long day on the water—Pop Tarts and peanut butter crackers—and whether he had any boating superstitions. Right away he said, “No bananas!” Of his crew he adds: “If we haven’t caught anything in a while they like to throw a quarter out to pay the fish gods; sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn’t!” For more information, visit pennysuecharters.com. Captain Bobby “Mack” McCormack of Obsession 45 Sportfishing Charters leads fishing charters aboard his custom 45-foot sportfishing boat out of the Happy Harbor Restaurant in Deale, MD. His boat can accommodate 12-15 people, with a minimum of six for a charter trip. Regarding where he will be fishing on Opening Day, Captain Bobby says, “It depends on where the fish are. A lot can happen between now and Opening Day.” He adds: “I’d like to stay right out in front of Deale but I’m being realistic; I have a faster boat, so we’ll run from Point Lookout to Baltimore to find the fish.” Any boating superstitions aboard the Obsession? You guessed it—no

Maryland Spring Catch and Release Season: March 1-April 19—No harvest.

Fishing locations allowed: Chesapake Bay from the Brewerton Channel to the Virginia line, including Tangier and Pocomoke Sounds (spawning areas and the Upper Bay spawning area are off limits until June 1 to striped bass fishing). Spring Trophy Season: April 20-May 15—one fish per person per day, minimum 35 inches. Fishing locations allowed: Chesapeake Bay from Brewerton Channel to the MD-VA Line, excluding all bays, sounds, tributaries, creeks, and rivers, except Tangier Sound and Pocomoke Sound. eregulations.com/maryland

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Spring Trophy Season: May 1-June 15—one fish per person, minimum size 36 inches.

Areas open: The Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, except the spawning reaches of the James, Pamunkey, Mattaponi, and Rappahannock Rivers. Coastal: the area that includes Virginia’s portion of the Territorial Sea, plus all of the creeks, bays, inlets, and tributaries on the seaside of Accomack County, Northampton County (including areas east of the causeway from Fisherman Island to the mainland), and the City of Virginia Beach (including federal areas and state parks, fronting on the Atlantic Ocean and east and south of the point where the shoreward boundary of the Territorial Sea joins the mainland at Cape Henry). Potomac River tributaries: one fish per person. The area open for this fishery shall be those tributaries of the Potomac River that are within Virginia’s jurisdiction beginning with, and including, Flag Pond thence upstream to the Route 301 bridge. The minimum size limit for this fishery shall correspond to the minimum size limit as established by the Potomac River Fisheries Commission for the mainstem Potomac River spring trophy-size fishery. mrc.virginia.gov

bananas. And their go-to boat snack? Royal Farms fried chicken. Captain Mike’s last charter on the Bay this season will be toward

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the end of May, and then he will be moving the boat to Ocean City to fish offshore. Learn more at obsession45sportfishing.com.

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##John O’Donnell, Zach Ditmars, Jeff O’Donnell, and Paul Clagett had a successful summer trip aboard the Tricia Ann II chumming for rockfish.

Captain Wayne Schuhart operates Tricia Ann II Charter Fishing from the Rod ‘N’ Reel Restaurant in Chesapeake Beach, MD. The Tricia Ann II is a 46-foot Markley that can carry up to 24 people. Captain Wayne says they will be running 22 rods with planar boards, and using umbrella rigs and parachutes. Regarding last year’s across the board slow season, he says, “We hope we can find the fish this year!” For charter customers, Wayne suggests bringing enough food to eat and drink for the day (but no bananas!), and says, “We supply the rest! We explain everything and the mate is very helpful, so it’ll be a fun day on the water.” For more information, visit triciaanncharterfishing.com.

Last year, Team PropTalk/FishTalk spent an awesome day of spring trophy fishing with Captain Billy Gee of Ebb Tide Charters. Check out the video of our fishing experience, along with another video with Tricia Ann II Charter Fishing, at youtube.com/c/PropTalkMagazine.

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ne of the most difficult ways to learn how to fish the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean is trial and error. Then there’s the boat issue; we don’t all have one. Luckily, the Bay is full of knowledgeable guides and charter captains ready to show you the ropes. Below you will find a directory of professional guides, charter boats, and head boats to get you started on your quest for the perfect fish. Whether you like to fly fish, troll, or bottom fish, there’s likely a local expert who can lend a hand.

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he Chesapeake Bay used to draw large numbers of big bluefish every spring, and even larger numbers of fishermen trying to catch them. I fished out of Chesapeake Beach, Tilghman Island, Kent Island, Point Lookout, and Sandy Hook during those days and either trolled, chummed, or cast surface lures to large schools of hungry blues. Today, big blues are hard to come by in the Bay, but there are plenty of them in the ocean, so it is always possible they could return. There are several unproven theories as to why the big blues left the Bay. One states that a fleet of purse seiners entered the Lower Bay, scooped up all the big blues and left. Then we have Maryland’s excuse for everything that’s wrong with every fishery—Virginia. The Virginia menhaden fishery catches all the menha-

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den in the Bay, thereby removing the foodfish required for blues to enter the Bay. Since I am just as qualified to an opinion as most of those who give theirs around the docks or on social media, here it is. Bluefish don’t follow anyone’s rules. They go where the water temperature suits their body and there is plenty of bait for their bellies. We had unprecedented runs of big blues in the lower Delaware Bay for a couple of years, and then in 2018 only a few showed up. Naturally, we are all hoping they come back in 2019, but I have my doubts. During the February sea bass season in Virginia, reports indicated plenty of big blues over wrecks beyond 20 fathoms. Tog fishermen working structure closer to shore did not encounter any big blues. When I moved to Virginia Beach in 1989, they had an excellent fishery for big blues around the tunnels of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. It was all on surface lures, and a friend Dr. Trent made them out of dowels with

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a wire run through ending with a treble hook (a tad primitive, but effective). During my time there I saw something I had never seen before or since. I had my son Roger and friend Keith Kauffman on my 24-Albemarle trolling for rockfish, and we had no luck. We started at the Concrete Ships on the Eastern Shore and ended over the tube at the Fourth Island. We were wire-line trolling when Keith’s rod bent over, and I thought he had a big rockfish. Turned out, he had a big blue. As he was fighting that fish, I noticed surface activity closer to the island. Once the fish was in the cooler, I ran over to see what was going on. The big blues had small rockfish herded into balls and were picking them off one at a time, much like a party guest biting a carrot stick in half from a vegetable tray. When I say small rockfish, they were all 20 to 26-inch fish. There were at least five or six of these bait balls that I could see. Many years ago, Bob Pond gave me several of his Atom poppers that had come out of the mold disfigured. He said if I ever ran into a bluefish blitz, these

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lures would be perfect. I broke them out, and we all began catching big blues as fast as we could drag one of Bob’s disfigured creations across the water anywhere near the bait balls. I have no idea how many big blues we caught and released, keeping only a few that were hooked deep. I do know we lost all of the Atom plugs, and the mono on my reels had to be replaced because it was stretched beyond its limit. I am afraid if you want to tangle with big blues in 2019, you will have to go out to the ocean. As much as I would love to see them move back into the Chesapeake Bay, I don’t think it will happen. I have no idea why; that is just the way of the bluefish. We are covered up with menhaden in the Delaware Bay and near-shore waters of the ocean and yet we haven’t seen big blues in two years. As I said before, they just go where they please with no apparent reason to the logical human mind. Keep checking the fishing reports in Lenny Rudow’s FishTalk, and if you hear of big blues showing up somewhere, head there as soon as possible.

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Tidal River

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here is a very good fishery available to Chesapeake boaters just about 365 days a year, and except for those die-hard bass fishermen, very few others take advantage of this option. Largemouth bass inhabit the upper reaches of the tidal rivers and creeks on both sides of the Bay and behave pretty much like their freshwater cousins found in local ponds. They will attack the same lures and baits and they hang out around the same type of structure, but unlike those pond bass, the tidal fish seem to be a bit feistier. If you cruise the Bay in a 50-foot trawler, you won’t be able to reach the better bass fishing locations, but those of us with trailer boats can take full advantage of this fishery. The bass will move down the Bay in the winter and spring when the rain has pushed freshwater further south. In the summer, if we ever have another dry summer, the salt wedge will push the bass further north. I covered a B.A.S.S. Tournament out of the Gunpowder River several years ago, and one angler had pre-fished the area in the spring. By tournament time it was late summer, and he fished the same location where he had caught bass and ended up with a bluefish. Not knowing exactly what he had, he picked the blue up by sticking his thumb in its mouth. Fortunately, it was small bluefish so stitches were not required. That tournament was won by an angler who fished right off of Turkey Point in the Elk River. Since the same number of bass inhabit the rivers in the spring and the summer, when they move up the rivers, they can be quite concentrated and fishing will be good. As the freshwater returns, they will spread out again.

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Nothing beats local knowledge when it comes to fishing for tidal bass. I have fished the Nanticoke River with my brother-in-law Paul Coffin who lives in Seaford and fishes there on a regular basis. He knows where the underwater structure lies, and this is a major advantage when it comes to finding bass. He also knows what type of bait ##A typical tidal bass. the bass are likely to be on depending on the season. Just about any bass lure will work The other critical concern when fishing on tidal bass. I like crank baits, but my our tidal creeks and rivers is, of course, the brother-in-law Paul uses jigs. If you are tide. Most experienced bass fishermen will sure the fish are feeding on shad or bunsay a falling tide is the best time to fish as ker, then go with crankbaits. Otherwise, the bass and the bait will be moving away experiment with everything until you from the cover along the bank and out of find out what they like. the feeder streams and into the main river. The hardcore bass guys will start the Here again, local knowledge is a big help. day with a half dozen rods and reels For instance, knowing where a submerged rigged with a half dozen different lures. I tree lies in relation to a feeder creek where may have two outfits, one with a cranka bass can lie in wait for bait to swim by in bait and one with a jig. I am not above the dropping tide is a big advantage. using live minnows or nightcrawlers. Getting back to that B.A.S.S. TournaAccess to most of the tidal bass fishment, I was on Mark Davis’s boat as he ing rivers is very good. There is a boat ran almost to Millington up the Chester ramp in Seaford for the Nanticoke River River. He fished around blown down trees and one in Laurel for Broad Creek. The and hooked a nice bass, but it got hung ramp at Phillips Landing provides acup on the tree branches. Mark, who is by cess to both bodies of water. The Ramp no means a small man, was able to climb at Federalsburg is in on Marshyhope along the trunk, free the bass and get back Creek. in the boat. I was impressed. There is also some good bass fishing Mark knew he had to move pretty far in sight of Washington, DC. Ramps at up the river to make up for the salt wedge Colchester on the Occoquan River and that was pushing the bass away from the on Dogue Creek near Fort Belvoir proBay. I thought that was pretty good for a vide good access to the Potomac River guy from Arkansas. and all the various coves and creeks. ■


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Big Lures for Big Rockfish By Eric Burnley

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he spring run of big rockfish consists of females that have completed spawning in the upper reaches of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries and are heading for the ocean. They will be hungry and looking for a big meal to fill their empty bellies. While we all know that elephants do eat peanuts, they would much rather have an entire tree. The same is true with rockfish. They will eat minnows, but would much rather have a nice, juicy menhaden. To this end, it is going to be more productive to troll big spoons, shads, and

plugs rather than bucktails. Umbrella rigs with a big shad trailer are going to out-produce anything smaller. Big MOJOs were made for just this purpose. My personal favorite has been either a big Crippled Alewife in chartreuse or a 4-1/2 Huntington Drone in silver. I run either spoon on a 30-foot leader of 50-pound mono behind a ball bearing swivel that is attached to a trolling sinker heavy enough to get the lure into the strike zone. Quite often I will employ wire line when trolling these spoons. I have never used the umbrella rigs that carry spoons instead of tubes or shads, but I expect they would work well on the early run rockfish. Rigged with Drones or Crippled Alewives, they would imitate a school of menhaden and should ring the dinner bell for any big rockfish in the neighborhood. I don’t see many anglers using big plugs during the spring run, but they cer-

tainly should work. The Mann’s Stretch 25 and 30 plugs were deadly on rockfish when I ran charters in the Lower Bay, and so were the big Rapala deep diving plugs. The number one striped bass lure along the New Jersey Coast is the bunker spoon, and the Tony Maga model is the top producer. This lure does take special tackle and a learning process, but the results will be worth the time and effort. With potential changes coming to striped bass regulations in 2020, you’ll want to get out there and give some big lures a try.

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Clarks Landing Boat & Yacht Sales has recently become the Mid-Atlantic dealer representing Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York for Cutwater Boats. Cutwater Boats produces nine different models, each a contemporary interpretation of the classic downeast style. Cutwaters utilize a revolutionary new hull form that combines a range of hydrodynamic design elements to deliver superior ride, comfort, speed, economy, range, and handling. All Cutwaters are trailerable providing added versatility and making these boats perfect for exploring the East Coast’s many waterways. “Expanding our offerings here at Clarks Landing Boat & Yacht Sales to include the Cutwater line fits perfectly into what our customers have recently been looking for. We already sell a huge range of new and used boats at all our marina locations, so it’s an exciting addition,” explains Michael Longhi, vice president of Clarks Landing Boat & Yacht Sales. clarkslanding.com; cutwaterboats.com

New Location

Sirocco Marine Annapolis and BRIG Boats announce the opening of Sirocco Marine’s new Annapolis superstore. Due to the tremendous expansion in Annapolis, Sirocco Marine has moved to a new location at 529 Defense Highway, just one mile from Westfield Annapolis Mall. “We will continue to give our customers the same friendly service as before. Our massive two-story showroom will have the newest models on display, ready for immediate delivery,” stated Sirocco Marine. Celebrate the expansion at the grand opening, May 4 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with food, fun, and prizes; rain or shine. siroccomarine.com

Top Salesman

Last year, Grande Yachts was named Boating Industry’s Dealer of the Year for the second year in a row, and Ned Dozier was named number one in yacht sales for the entire company. Grande Yachts has grown to 1050 employees and was just named to the Hall of Fame. And, Ned Dozier was again named top salesman for all of Onewater. “It is truly humbling what so many people have done for me and Lorrie,” says Dozier. “What a life this is! Thank you all, and here is to an even greater 2019.” grandeyachts.com

New Location

S&J Yachts is pleased to announce the grand opening of its new location in Deltaville, VA! The new location is very easy to find on the main road as you come into town: 17387 General Puller Highway. Join S&J Yachts for the grand opening and for Deltaville Dealer Days on May 4 and 5. sjyachts.com

Awarded Management

Oasis Marinas announces that the firm has been awarded management for Goose Bay Marina & Campground in Welcome, MD. They officially took over the management on March 1. “Goose Bay Marina & Campground is an exciting addition to the Oasis Marinas portfolio as it extends our footprint even further down the Potomac River,” said Dan Cowens, founder of Oasis Marinas. As part of its management agreement with Goose Bay Marina & Campground, Oasis Marinas will oversee the day-to-day slip and marina management activities, boat services, fuel and retail services, facilities and grounds maintenance, marketing activities, and new development. oasismarinas.com; goosebaymarina.com

Acquisitions

Boatyard operations at Cape Charles Yacht Center in Cape Charles, VA, are now controlled by long-time industry professionals JB Turner, president and coowner of Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, ME, and Nicole Jacques, owner of Rhumbline Communications in Belfast, ME. The new principals of Cape Charles Yacht Center intend to expand the Chesapeake Bay shipyard into a premier superyacht refit and service facility. The property is located in a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ), eliminating many duty costs for visiting vessels. Turner and Jacques, who have more than half a century of combined first-hand experience growing shipyards and attracting vessels, are developing a multi-year expansion plan with the support of investors, which includes a 30,000-square foot facility, 600ton mobile hoist, and additional floating docks. Cape Charles Yacht Center remains in full operation as the expansion plans continue to develop and construction of the service facility begins. For more information or to offer feedback on the expansion, email info@ccyachtcenter.com. ccyachtcenter.com

Revitalized Marina

When the Chestertown Marina fell into disrepair after years of deferred maintenance, the Town of Chestertown purchased the marina in 2012, and began making plans for crucial revitalization, repair, and redevelopment to ensure the sustainability of the marina as a public waterfront amenity. “The Chestertown Marina plays an important role as the last working marina in the town,” says Gil Dissen, president of Dissen & Juhn Company, the Stevensville firm that was ultimately hired to rebuild the marina. “The marina is the home port for the schooner Sultana and hosts a fleet of tall ships annually during Downrigging Weekend. The public boat ramp stands as the only deep-water launch site for 10 miles in either direction on the Kent County side of the Chester River, so this project held particular importance for the town,” Dissen adds. Two major objectives of the marina project were to raise the existing public use and commercial areas up above the high tides to eliminate nuisance flooding, which limited the marina’s use, and to improve the new town-owned marina and boat ramp. The upcoming 2019 boating season will be the first full boating season for the new Chestertown Municipal Marina. chestertownmarina.com

Corporate Name Change

CMP announces that as of April 1, its legal corporate name will be changing from Canada Metal (Pacific) Ltd., to CMP Group Ltd. This name change will give CMP the ability to better present its brands globally and to continue its reputation for innovative product and industry solutions worldwide. CMP Group Ltd. is a leading provider of marine products, including Rocna anchors, and is made up of many individual brands. cmpgroup.net

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BROKERAGE & CLASSIFIED SECTIONS

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17’ Bowrider ’86 130-hp MercAlpha1 hull excellent cond, never bottom painted. New trailer tires/wheels. Extras eng runs great. New eng components, tuned/set timing. Complete maintenance records Clean Titles $3,500, Text 410-279-1287. dlittle048@gmail.com

BOATs4HEROEs.ORg Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (A 501-C3) is looking for “no longer needed” boats of all sizes as well as leftover gear to help support our preservation of the heritage of the Bay. Full IRS compliance. We offer free pick up & paper work. Quick service. Please contact Taylor Williams (410) 745-4990 or email twilliams@cbmm.org Donate Your Boat, Planet Hope  Is a local 501(c)3. Teaching youth Chesapeake Whalertowne Is MD’s from DC, Maryland and Virginia to exclusive Boston Whaler Dealer sail for over 15 years. (800) 518-2816. servicing the Annapolis, Washington www.planet-hope.org D.C, Baltimore and the Eastern Shore BROKER SERVICES communities for over 40 years. Call or visit us online to check out our extensive new and pre-owned inventory. Grasonville location: (410) 827-8080, Annapolis location: (410) 267-9731, www.whalertowne.com

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S&J Yachts Representing New Delphia motoryachts & a wide range of brokerage power boats. 5 locations strategically located from the Chesapeake Bay to Florida with full time experienced brokers to promote your boat & get her sold! Ask us about free storage for brokerage listings. 410-639-2777 info@sjyachts.com www.SJYACHTS.com

Yacht View Brokerage LLC We invite you to list your very well maintained yacht with us! John Kaiser Jr. has been aggressively selling only well maintained power and sailing yachts in Annapolis for the past 31 years! John will market your yacht from her current location or will personally deliver her to our complimentary dockage (25 - 80 ). National advertising including Yachtworld.com internet exposure with hundreds of high resolution photos! Our average listing to sale time is under 90 days! Located in Annapolis, 15 minutes from BWI airport, your yacht will be easily inspected and demonstrated to the prospective buyer. CALL: John @ 443-223-7864 Cell/Text, EMAIL: john@yachtview. com WEBSITE: www.yachtview.com Yacht View Brokerage LLC. john@ yachtview.com www.yachtview.com

18’ Boston Whaler ’01 Dauntless w/ Evinrude E-Tec 150-hp motor RePower with ~130 hrs on the motor. Center console comes with a trailer, Garmin GPS/Fishfinder. Very clean. Asking $19,900 Waterfront Marine 443-949-9041.

Grady-White 180 Fisherman ’17 W/150 Yamaha (5yr. warranty), VHFAIS, Grmn 9 echoMap CHIRP GPS/ FF(W/ Side Scan), Livewell, bimini, EzLoader trailer (w/Foldable tongue), console/seat cover, Asking $35,000. 410-212-2323 Lv. msg or svnhsedocks@aol.com

20’ Chaparral ’98 - $18,500 David Robinson (410) 310 8855 david@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

22’ Sweetwater 2018 2286 BF W/Yamaha 115, Twin 27 Tubes, lifting straps, depth finder, ski tow, brand new $34,999 Call Kellie 443-867-0065 www.rhoderiverboatsales.com

23.6’ Key Largo CC ’05 Twin 115-hp 4-stroke Yamahas. Full electronics/3 GPSs, FF/VHF/C.G. Package, very clean. 2005 Venture Tandem trailer. Asking $25,000 443-907-8399 Dave Murphy64@comcast.net 23’ Dusky 233 ’01 Custom built center console features: T-Top w/ rod holders, in-hull baitwell & custom leaning post. New Yamaha F250XB Saltwater Series II outboard in 2017. $29,999 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022 Grady White 232 Gulfstream ’13 Low hrs & loaded. Twin Yamaha 150-hp w/ warranty. Outriggers. autopilot. Twin Raymarine CPUs, radar, windlass. Indoor stored. Deltaville VA. Reduced $112,000. Call (804) 436-4484 or email jonathan@annapolisyachtsales.com

2006 Eastern 24 W/ 2014 Yamaha F150 w/ low hours. Never fished or run hard. $21,000 Composite Yacht 410-476-4414. 24’ Edgewater 245CX ‘11 Powered with Yamaha 250-hp O/B with Less then 275 hrs. One owner and always rack stored. Like NEW! Asking $73,000. Call Mike Skreptack at 443-336-6243 or email mike@annapolisyachtsales.com

20’ Shamrock ’95 $13,000 David Robinson (410) 310-8855 david@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

24’ Chaparral 244 Sunesta ’11 Located in Edgewater Great condition 5.7L Volvo 120 hours $44,900 Waterfront Marine 443-949-9041

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Brokerage & Classified 24’ Chapparral 246 SSI ’18 Located in Edgewater beautiful condition custom GPS unit - $77,900 Waterfront Marine 443-949-9041

24’ Chesapeake Bay ’17 - $25,000 David Robinson - (410) 310 8855 david@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

28’ Southport 28 Center Console ’06 Yamaha F250s with only 450 hrs, lift kept, autopilot, radar & electronics. One owner. $110,000. Contact Brad Herndon 910-367-2627 or Brad@northpointyachtsales.com

27’ Four Winns 275 ’16 - Vista 275 in Beautiful cond., less than 30 hrs on engine. Shows close to new Many options/ upgrades. Great bay family cruiser Asking $89,900 Call Team Townley - 410-269-0939

27’ Rinker Q7 BR ’18 Red. Equipped w/ a Four Stroke Mercury Verado 300XL 300-hp. Features: Marine Mat flooring, 24’ Wellcraft Walkaround. ’87  cockpit & swim platform -canvas, Black bow & cockpit cover - bow doors, walk Mercury 260 sterndrive runs great and thru & latchable. Stevensville $74,385 sounds awesome. Boat is in very nice Hawk s Marine 410 291-1992.. shape. Call Taylor Williams, Boat Donation Program Dir. 410-745-4992 or twilliams@cbmm.org

25’ Formula ’95 - $19,500 David Robinson (410) 310 8855 david@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

25’ May-Craft ’17 $99,900 Mark Welsh (804) 577 7227 mark@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

27’ Shamrock ’01 - $25,000 - David Robinson (410) 310 8855 david@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

30’ Alura ’87 $32,450 Mary Catherine Ciszewski (804) 815 8238  m a r y c a t h e r i n e @ c u r t i s s t o k e s . n e t  (Four Seays) www.curtisstokes.net

29’ Luhrs ’98 $29,900 David Robinson (410) 310 8855 david@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

30’ Mainship ’99 $54,900 Bill Boos (410) 200 9295 (Escape Hatch) bboos@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

29’ Ranger Tug CB ’16 In FL now or owner will pay to transport to your location in U.S. Almost new cond.! Save big $$ over new. Lift kept. Eng 300 hrs w/transferable warranty $245,000 S&J Yachts 410-639-2777 www.sjyachts.com 29’ Sea Ray 290 Amberjack ’05 New Listing Great blend of cruising or fishing, preferred 350 MAG MPI V-Drive engs w/ 600 hrs, Genset option & other popular options. Clean & maintained well. Middle River $53,950 Hawks Marine 410 291-1992.

28’ Bayliner ’07 $44,500 Mark Welsh (410) 645 0007 mark@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

29’ Tiara Coronet Harbor Edition ’02 Crusader V-8s, only 485 hrs, lift kept in boathouse, fresh water cooling. $79,900. Contact Rick Casali 410-279-5309 or Rick@northpointyachtsales.com

25’ Regal ’86 $2500 260 IO, low hours. Sleeps 4, or trade for smaller boat. 410-437-1483.

26’ Edgewater 268 ’07 Twin 250 Yamaha Four Strokes, no bottom paint, local boat stored indoors. Asking $69,000. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (M), www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com

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28’ Crownline ’16 - $104,900 Mark Welsh (410) 645-0007 Proud Papa 29’ Luhrs ’00 $29,900 mark@curtisstokes.net David Robinson - (410) 310 8855 www.curtisstokes.net david@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

28’ Mako ’03 $46,000 David Robinson (410) 310 8855 david@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

Rinker 290 FiestaVee ’03 Low hour Merc 5.0s. Roomy, comfortable and loaded with options. Motivated Seller wants it gone! Aggressively priced at $24,900 Composite Yacht 410-476-4414.

30’ Regal ’11 $79,900 Bill Boos (410) 200 9295 bboos@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net 30’ Sea Ray 300 Sundancer ’05 A super clean, well maintained Sundancer w/ Optional floorplan featuring curved sofa bed w/matching table. $64,900 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022 Wellcraft 302 Fisherman ’18 White/ Liquid blue EZ Loader trailer Alum Triple w/Brakes & Spare. Equipped w/ twin Mercury 350XL Verados 350-hp options:-US-EPA compliant fuel tank/ system -Reed flooring, Kent Island $179,900. Hawk s Marine 31’ Sea Ray 310 Sundancer ’15  Lightly used, 100 hrs on twin MerCruisers, Mercury joystick control, dry stored inside, showroom clean, one owner cruiser. $169,000. Contact Brad Herndon 910-367-2627 or Brad@northpointyachtsales.com

31’ Stamas 2004 310 Express W/ Yamaha225, Exhaust just completed, GPS, Loaded $67,900 Call Kellie 443-867-0065 www.rhoderiverboatsales.com 31’ Tiara 3100 Coronet ’12 Crusaders w/ 475 hours, cabin & helm deck AC, full mooring cover, new risers 2017. $189,000. Contact Peter Bass 757-679-6991 or Peter@northpointyachtsales.com


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Brokerage & Classified

31’ Tiara Coronet ’15. Local boat in perfect shape. Diesel engines & generator, cockpit air conditioning, electric sun shade, Flag Blue painted hull. A terrific dayboat. $349,000 Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (M), www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com

32’ Sea Ray ’03 $69,500 Lollygagger Low hour, well maintained and exceptionally clean. A great looking boat that is well equipped and priced right! Call Chuck 703.999.7696 or cmeyers@bluewateryachtsales.com

33’ Sea Ray 2009 $121,900 A Little More Green. One owner. Equipped with Twin Mercruiser 350 Magnum engines. Creature comforts galore! Call Troy 804.878.9097 or twaller@bluewateryachtsales.com

34’ Sea Ray 2001 $132,000 One Moore Great boat for fishermen who love to cruise & cruisers who love to fish! Immaculate vessel. Must see for anyone looking for the best value in her class. Call Roger 410.456.3659 or rmooney@bluewateryachtsales.com

32’ Legacy 32 ’08 $279,000. Pasadena, MD. Single Cummins QSB5.9 425-hp (820 hrs) Downeast Red custom hull paint. pilothouse enclosure. custom nav & TV. To schedule a showing please contact Bob Wagner at 484-832-3331 or bob@cyc.yachts 32’ Wellcraft 1990 $27,995 Pacemaker 33’ Sportfisherman ’79  Well Adjusted. Stylish profile & $17,000 twin Crusader 320-hp, spacious interior. Family cruiser. Well generator, custom flybridge, out equipped too! Call Hank for your riggers, large cockpit with 2 fish private showing. 804.337.1945 or boxes, fishing machine! Coan River hsibley@bluewateryachtsales.com Marina, Matt Miller 804-529-6767 matt@coanrivermarina.com

32’ Legacy 32 ’15 Beautifully equipped, blue hull, Traditional layout w/ Island Bunk, stall shower & more Fridge drawer & top load freezer. Cummins single, genset, Air con - Ready to go! Freshwater use only - Asking $299k 410-269-0939 Mike@Crusaderyachts.com 32’ Luhrs Open Tournament ’99 $60,000  Everything works, 5 star fishing machine, not your average Luhrs contact Mike DeRycke at 240-602-7495 or mderycke@annapolisyachtsales.com

32’ Ocean Yachts Super Sport ’89 Classic Sport fish lines. Extremely well kept & updated! Twin 454 Crusaders. Westerbeke generator. Fish ready (Down Riggers Included). A/C. new bimini / full enclosure 2015. $53,000 S&J Yachts 410 639-2777. www.sjyachts.com 32’ Pacemaker Sedan Bridge. ’73  Great boat, ready to go. Twin 360 s with 988 hours, generator, A/C. Call Taylor Williams, Boat Donation Program Dir. 410-745-4992 or twilliams@cbmm.org 32’ Rinker 320EX ’19 Silver Cloud equipped w/Twin Mercruiser 6.2L 300hp B3 DTS -Joystick control SystemMercruiser Axius -Mercruiser SeaCore Drive -Digital Throttle Control -Bow Rail-Forward Open Access - $227,121. Stevensville Hawk’s Marine 410-291-1992

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33’ Formula 2004 $64,900 Gott Five High-style family sportboat! Open-air entertainment with comfortable interior. Fresh bottom paint and ready to go! Call John 252.342.5668 or jpainter@bluewateryachtsales.com

33’ Invincible ’18 Only 35 hrs on White 350 Verados, Garmin, JL Audio, custom seating, every option and more. Full warranty, better than new and available Now. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (M), www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com

34’ Mainship ’05 $179,900 The Treasure Chest Turnkey! Professionally maintained. Economical cruising. Easy to handle around the dock! A must see! Call Chuck 703.999.7696 or cmeyers@bluewateryachtsales.com

34’ Menorquin 100 ‘02 Mediterranean lifestyle appeals to us all! Twin engine. Semi-displacement. Inside/ outside living. Very elegant yet built to handle rough weather. Awlgripped in 2018. A/C, Gen... $138,600 S&J Yachts 410-639-2777 www.sjyachts.com

34’ Pursuit 345 Offshore ’09 Big Price Reduction, This Late Model Super Clean 345 Pursuit has it all from top notch electronics including newly upgraded Garmin dual touch screen displays. Middle River $199,995 33’ Monterey 2016 335 SY  Hawk’s Marine 410 291-1992. $198,000, Like New, Make Offer, Call Kellie 443-867-0065 www.rhoderiverboatsales.com

34’ Sea Ray 2001, 340 Sundancer W/Twin Merc V-Drives 8.1, Clean fully detailed, records to show engine maintenance. $67,900, Call Kellie 443-867-0065 www.rhoderiverboatsales.com

34’ Sea Ray 340 Sundancer ’07 Popular twin eng cruiser features dual bucket helm seats, extra-large control station, cockpit wet bar, awesome sound system, wide open cabin, flat-screen TV. Recent upgrades. $125,000 S&J Yachts 410-639-2777 www.sjyachts.com

34’ Wilber 34 ’96 Beautifully cared for & updated. Newer electronics, Cat 3208, updated canvas & bow thruster. Professionally maintained and shows like a much newer boat. Asking $149,000 Call Rod 410-269-0939 35’ Monterey 330SY ‘08 Super clean trade in w/Volvo Penta Ocean X, Duo Prop, canvas enclosure, chartplotter, bow sunbed, swim platform, more. Asking $91,500. Call Mike Skreptack at 443-336-6243 or email mike@annapolisyachtsales.com 35’ Chaparral 350 Signature ’07  Low hrs, well cared for, private rear cabin, 2 convertible main salon berths. $122,500 Contact Jack McGuire 401-290-7066 or Jack@northpointyachtsales.com


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35’ Markley ’10 - $175,000 David Robinson (410) 310 8855 david@curtisstokes.net www.curtisstokes.net

35’ Marlago ’01 Verados with 50 hrs and warranty until 2020, new tower, trailer, amazing boat. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732, www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com 35’ Sea Ray Sundancer ’11 Clean, lightly used Sundancer. T-MerCruiser 8.2 MAG SeaCore, Bravo IIIx w/Axius Joy Stick & SmartCraft vessel display. $180,000 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022. Carolina Classic 35 ‘08 Tower, FLIR, excellent condition, original owner. New to market $315K. Contact Dyson at 410-310-6607 or dyson@martinbird.com

Marlago SF 35 ’01, Center Console W/ Cuddy Low hrs 420, under maintenance and in very good condition. Located at Flag Harbor, St Leonards Md. Call Brian at 703-517-2620 $48K

36’ Legacy 36 ’19 Hull #8 Just completed Now in Annapolis! Galley up, convertible dinette below, great island owner’s cabin. Single Cummins dsl, Rip-Wake tabs, Genset, thrusters! & MORE! Available Now! Call CYS Broker today for more info. 410 269-0939. 36’ Meridian 341 ’13 $239,000. Baltimore. Exquisite cond.. Only 90 hrs. Like new. Motivated seller. To schedule a showing please contact Ian Dimka at 410-693-7386 or ian@cyc.yachts

36’ MJM Yachts 36z Express ’11 Lovely solid glass on pilothouse sides, well maintained example of the sought after Express model. $449,000. Contact Jack McGuire 401-290-7066 or Jack@northpointyachtsales.com

36’ Riviera Sport Yacht ’17 Brand New Boat at a brokerage price, Volvo IPS400s, joystick, Garmin glass cockpit. Amazing layout & performance. Full warranty. $479,000. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (M), www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com

36’ Zimmerman ’08 $368,000 Montrose Ready to travel anywhere. This vessel was purposely built with no cut corners. Call Kelly 910.231.8890 or kwhite@bluewateryachtsales.com Monterey 360 Sport Coupe ’18 $335,000 760-hp Merc with Bravo IIIX drives & Axius joystick control, generator, AC/Heat, Very low hrs, An awesome boat for entertaining or weekending! Call Gordon Bennett at 410-739-4432 or Gordon@AnnapolisYachtSales.com 37’ Albin Palm Beach Trawler ’87  $45,000, twin Cummins 210 hp, generator, new canvas, quiet and comfortable boat for cruising or live aboard, two cabins, Coan River Marina, Matt Miller 804-529-6767 matt@coanrivermarina.com

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37’ Egg Harbor SportYacht ’03 Powered by T-Caterpillar diesels. Comfortable accommodations w/new carpet 2016. $204,900 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022

37’ Riviera Flybridge ’08 Lift kept on the Chesapeake Bay, larger engines, most loaded 37 ever built. Lying VA. $288,000 Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (m), ned@grandeyachts.com www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com,

37’ Sea Ray 370 Sundancer W/T Mercruiser 8.IL W/only 98 HR. Like new: $346,900. Call Kellie 443 867-0065 www.rhoderiverboatsales.com

38’ Monterey 360 Sport Coupe ’15 Twin Volvo 320-hp V8 Only 260 hrs, Volvo joystick control, generator, cabin & cockpit heat & AC, grill, Ice maker, stereo $266,900 Contact Chris Beardsley 315-447-3063 or Chris@northpointyachtsales.com 37’ Sea Ray 370 Sundancer ’96  Incredibly popular design that offers 2 couples overnight privacy. Capable cruiser w/excellent handling & seakeeping. Well maintained & many significant upgrades. Call for details. $55,000 S&J Yachts 410 639-2777. www.sjyachts.com

38’ Pursuit 385 ’15 Premium offshore boat, well maintained, Yamaha helm master, bow thruster, Rupp outriggers, Raymarine hybrid touch screen. $379,000 Contact Jack McGuire 401-290-7066 or Jack@northpointyachtsales.com

39’ HCB 38 Speciale ’18 DEMO MSRP $777,000. Baltimore. Triple Yamaha 350 engines. Custom T Top. Transom Bait/Prep Station. To schedule a showing please contact Chesapeake Yacht Center at 410.823.BOAT or sales@cyc.yachts

38’ Tiara ’01 Super clean. All recommended services up to date. $179,900. contact Jeff Martini at 301-502-8615 or Jeff@martinbird.com

38’ Grand Banks ’98 $209,000 Double Yoke Gently used. Extensive records & upgrades all around, complete electronics package. She is ready to go to a new home & enjoy a new owner. Call Chris 757.509.0742 or chall@bluewateryachtsales.com

Echo 38 Cruising Trawler ’86 Dudley Dix design built by Howdy Bailey, 1/4” Steel Hull, Alum structure, mahogany interior, Full Galley, A/C, Lehman SP135, 4.4k Gen, bow thruster, Garmin w/ radar, Ready to Loop! 910 524-5438, liftechcrane@gmail.com

38’ Sabre 2005 $269,995 Zephyr All the right options, including the Yanmar 440s, bow thruster, teak helm deck, A/C system, and L shaped lounge. She s ready for YOU! Call Chris 757.509.0742 or chall@bluewateryachtsales.com 39’ Mainship 390 ’03 Excellent cond., Single Yanmar, Bow thruster, Genset, same knowledgeable owner since 04 See her at our docks $134,000 Call Salt Yacht Brokerage Co. (410) 639-9380

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53’ Regal Sport Coupe ’15 - $749,000

35’ Carolina Classic ’08 - $315,000 66’ Ocean Alexander ’88 ...................... $139,000 58’ Hatteras CMY ’79 ........................... $159,900 53’ Hatteras CMY ’71 ........................... $149,000 50’ Cranchi MY ’03 ............................... $229,000 50’ Fantail MY ’88 ................................ $240,000 48’ Meridian PH T/Dsl ’74 .................... $159,000 47’ Bayliner MY ’00 .............................. $209,900 46’ Post 46 ........................................... $129,000

34’ Wilbur Flybridge ’86 - $99,950

46’ Grand Banks Stabilized ’89 - $199,500 42’ Nova Sundeck ’85 ............................ $59,500 42’ Heritage East ’89 .............................. $74,500 42’ Carver ’90 ......................................... $84,000 41’ Rinker ’06 ....................................... $145,000 40’ Meridian MY ’05 ............................. $169,900 38’ Tiara Open ’01 ................................ $189,900 38’ Hatteras Conv ’89 ............................ $89,750 38’ Bayliner ’93 ...................................... $67,000

46’ Markley ’18 - $419,000

38’ Tiara Open ’02 – $219,000 37’ Cruisers Yachts ’06 ........................ $129,750 37’ Larson Cabrio ’05............................. $89,000 36’ Nova Heritage East ’88 .................... $69,000 33’ Cruisers ’00 ...................................... $49,000 32’ Regulator ’10 .................................. $159,000 28’ Legacy Exp ’00................................. $69,900 28’ Baha Cruisers ’95 ............................. $24,900

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Brokerage & Classified 39’ Tiara 39 ’16 Low hrs, excellent care, like new, Engine warranty through 2022. $649,000 Contact Grady Byus 410-533-9879 or Grady@northpointyachtsales.com

42’ HCB 42 Siesta ’18 DEMO MSRP $999,000. Baltimore. Quad Yamaha 350 engines. Helm Master joystick. To schedule a showing please contact Chesapeake Yacht Center at 410.823.BOAT or sales@cyc.yachts 42’ Sabre 42 Hardtop Express ’04  Gorgeous new Awlgrip hull, twin 500-hp dsl, Yanmars with 1,000 hr service done. Asking $339,000. Call Keith Mayes at 301-503-4634 or email keith@annapolisyachtsales.com

40’ Island Pilot ’06 Fast Trawler over 30 knots. Twin engines, Heat/Air freezer, washer, generator, Luxurious appointed interior, flybridge. Owner must sell. MUST SEE!! Call Offshore Atlantic, John Chandonnet 410-200-1681

42’ Silverton 42 Convertible ’04 Looking for a late model Silverton 42 convertible? Your search is over, Proven hull design that provides a spacious interior & large cockpit, twostateroom interior. $209,900 Havre de Grace, Hawk’s Marine 410 291-1992.

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40’ Sea Ray Sundancer ’17. One local owner, literally better than new. 52 hrs on Cummins dsls with joystick, full warranty to 2024, every option, must see to believe. $519,000 Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (M), www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com

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40’ Wesmac Pettegrow 40 ’92 1998 Volvo diesel. New generator & AC. Motivated seller encouraging offers! Price Reduced $95,000. Composite Yacht 410-476-4414.

43’ IP SP Cruiser MKII Switching from sail to power? Sit inside in comfort & trim all sails at the push of a button. Enjoy sailing or power like a displacement trawler. New boat. S&J Yachts 410 639-2777.

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

42’ Grand Banks Trawler. ’69 Well kept wooden classic. Twin Lehman diesel’s w/ diesel generator. Call Taylor Williams, Boat Donation Program Dir. 410-745-4992 or twilliams@cbmm.org

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42’ Carver. ’89 Immaculate cond.. Twin Cat 3208s w/ 1300 hrs. Too many extras to list. Must see to appreciate. Call Taylor Williams, Boat Donation Program Dir. 410-745-4992 or twilliams@cbmm.org

42’ Legacy 42 ’18 Available Now in Annapolis. Twin Volvo IPS - thrusters genset. Lots of Std equipment & easy to add your custom specs prior to completion. . Tartan quality build, $925,000 (over 1m to replace)! Contact CYS. 410-269-0939 CrusaderYachts.com

44’ Riviera Sport Yacht ’09, IPS600s, Amazing boat with $100,000+ in recent upgrades, FLIR, hydraulic platform, much more. $495,000 Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732, www. neddoziergrandeyachts.com 44’ Tiara 44 Coupe ’15 $650,000. Annapolis. x2 Volvo IPS 600s (590 hrs). Powered sunroof. cockpit entertainment center. Garmin Glass cockpit technology. To schedule a showing please contact Bob Wagner at 484-832-3331 or bob@cyc.yachts 44’ Tiara 44 Coupe ’19 New Demo/ Show/Stock Boat. Twin Volvo Penta IPS drives, luxury extras, joystick control, top electronics, sunroof. Call for special pricing. Call 410-280-2038 or info@northpointyachtsales.com


47’ King Yacht Sea Ranger ’87 Shed kept in fresh water. Three staterooms plus sofa/bunk in pilothouse. T-3208 Cats. Priced to sell $97,500 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022

44’ Tiara Q44 ’17. One owner, custom built, 32 hours on IPS600s. Full teak decks, hydraulic platform, the new cockpit layout, every option. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (m), www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com. 46’ Grand Banks Classic-stabilized ’89  Recent price reduction. Galley Down, CAT 3208. Now $199,500. contact Dan at 757-813-0460 or dan@martinbird.com 46’ J. Allen Custom ‘01 450-hp Cummins-1660, 20 hrs. $150,000 obo. USCG documented for Fisheries 21 GRT/17NRT, ZF Trans w/trolling valve, windlass, hydraulic steering, radar, autopilot, many extras. Call 410-310-2508.

46’ Maxum ’98 $164,000.00 Seastolic Cruising Perfection! Elegant performer. Tons of upgrades. Please make an appointment to see this impeccable vessel today. Call Scott 703.307.5900 or smacdonald@bluewateryachtsales.com Markley 46-$419k ‘18 Discounted at almost half of build price. 20 hrs Cat C18, 1050-hp eng. Bow-thruster, ACHeat, refrigeration, deep freezer, electric head. Contact Scott at 410-703-0263 or scott@martinbird.com

46’ Ocean Yachts Sunliner ’86 Restoration by prof boatbuilder, new fuel tanks, refurbished engines, generator rebuilt, all windows resealed. $124,500 Price Reduced! Composite Yacht Contact Peter Bass 757-679-6991 or CY46CB ’18 Built on the Markley 46 Peter@northpointyachtsales.com hull, no expense was spared on this project. C18 Cat, Genset, inverter, 2 zones of AC. Heavily optioned. $419,000 Composite Yacht 410-476-4414.

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47’ Riviera ’08 Caterpillars, Fighting Lady Yellow, davit, $25,000 Furuno sonar, loaded, one owner, very custom. $495,000 Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732, www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com

50’ Cherubini Independence ’03 Luxurious long distance semidisplacement cruiser. In 2016 - Major electronics refit, new helm seat, whole boat fully detailed. Twin Yanmars 221 hrs. Generator 97 hrs. Asking $859,000 S&J Yachts 410-639-2777 www.sjyachts.com

48’ Sabre 48 Salon Express ’15 Ready to go. Eng 1000 hr service completed, pods rebuilt, Freedom lift, captain stateroom w/ work station & washer dryer, twin captain chairs. $899,000. Call for special pricing. 410-280-2038 or info@northpointyachtsales.com

50’ Marine Trader 1981 $180,000 Homeless Wonderful 3 stateroom layout. Tremendous space. Powered by Greenline 48 Flybridge Solar ‘17  twin 165-hp Perkins dsl engines, 2850 Factory Demo w/ all options, full hrs. Features galore! Your home away electronics. Low hours and Warranty. from home. Call Scott 757.570.3944 or $889K. Call 410-268-1086 for info! sjames@bluewateryachtsales.com 50’ Beneteau Monte Carlo MC 5 ’15  50’ Prestige 500S ‘16 $799,000. $749,900. Charleston, SC. x2 Volvo Middle River, MD. x2 Volvo IPS 600s IPS 600s (300 hrs). Cockpit docking (215 hrs). Cockpit docking station, station. hydraulic swim platform w/ hydraulic swim platform, Williams Jet In-laid chalks. custom stereo system. Tender in tender garage. To schedule a Motivated sellers. To schedule a showing please contact Brad Heil at showing please contact Ian Dimka at 443-262-1760 or brad@cyc.yachts 410-693-7386 or ian@cyc.yachts

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Brokerage & Classified

51’ Vicem ’03, Custom one-owner cold molded Downeast yacht. Upgraded MAN diesels, gorgeous Mahogany interior, great sea boat. Lying Annapolis. $535,000. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (m) www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com 52’ Sea Ray 52 Sedan Bridge ’06  $450,000. Baltimore. Upgraded MAN 700-hp engs. 3 strms, 2 heads. Best maintained 52 Sedan Bridge on market. Motivated seller. To schedule a showing please contact Chesapeake Yacht Center at 410.823.BOAT or sales@cyc.yachts

53’ HCB 53 Sueños ’18 DEMO MSRP $1,823,000. Baltimore. Quad Yamaha 350 engines. Helm Master joystick. Seakeeper. cockpit summer kitchen. To schedule a showing please contact Chesapeake Yacht Center at 410.823.BOAT or sales@cyc.yachts

55’ Prestige 550 Fly ’14. $874,900. Kent Island. Like new cond, Only 230 hrs. Engine/Pod warranty through July 2019. 3 strms, 2 heads. Single owner, motivated seller. To schedule a showing please contact Ian Dimka at 410-693-7386 or ian@cyc.yachts

Regal 53 Sport Coupe ‘15 Sea Keeper Stabilizer, Sky Hook w/ pod drives. Like New $749K. Contact Chet at 443994-8093 or chet@martinbird.com

56’ Prestige 550HT Fly ’17. $1,120,000. Kent Island. Hard Top. Engine Warranties through 10/21, Pods through 10/22. Well maintained. Only 150 hrs. To schedule a showing please contact Brad Heil at 443-262-1760 or brad@cyc.yachts

54’ Riviera Sport Yacht ’17 45 months of Volvo warranty, optional lower lounge layout, boat is loaded with Brig tender, spare props and more. Asking $1,450,000. Ned Dozier, 443-995-0732 (m), ned@grandeyachts.com www.neddoziergrandeyachts.com

53’ Elco Marine ’37 $159,000 Crown Goose Meticulously restored & true to the era of mahogany trim & Art Deco furnishings. Constantly updated & maintained! Call Jud 757.846.7909 or jblack@bluewateryachtsales.com

15’ Crab Alley 1500 Tender ’12 Honda 15-hp, Karavan Trailer, full cover, White Oak Lifting Rig, GOST Immobilizer, $9,500. Chester, Tom 410-643-3452 http://craballeycustomboats.com

56’ Prestige 560 Fly ’17 TRADE $1,150,000. Baltimore. Like new cond.. Yacht/Engine warranty though November 19. x2 Cummins 600-hp. 380 hrs. To schedule a showing please contact Chesapeake Yacht Center at 410.823.BOAT or sales@cyc.yachts

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17’ Chris Craft Concept 17 Bow Rider Volvo Penta 4.3 Liter V6 Stern Drive. 2014 Four Star Trailer w/ surge brakes. Full Upholstery good 55’ Californian Cockpit MY ’86  condition. cash $5000 after inspection. 410-224-4155 Three stateroom upscale interior. Nice live aboard potential. Powered by T-DD 6V92 & Onan generator. $169,900 Sassafras Harbor Marina Yacht Sales 888-221-5022

32’ Legacy Express ’08 480-hp Cummins 130 hrs, 5 kW generator, bow and stern thruster, swim platform, transom door. $200,000. Chester, Tom 410-643-3452 http://craballeycustomboats.com

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shallow that it was commonly called “The Wading Place.” As the population on the Eastern seaboard grew, the seafood industry flourished, and numerous oyster houses and seafood packing houses popped up along the western shoreline, ready to receive the bounty of the Bay, brought in by local watermen. In Colonial times, a small ferry crossed the waterway. A causeway, which blocked boating traffic, was built in the 1820s. It was constructed from locally sourced materials, such as logs, stones, and shells. Some 50 years later, that primitive causeway was removed,

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