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Gearhead: Seacock Installations
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By Steve D’Antonio
See the Bay: Fort Monroe and Old Point Comfort, VA
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While seeking a safe harbor, these cruisers are pleasantly surprised by this charming, historic place. By Elizabeth Kelch
Boat Notes: Cruisers 42 Cantius Cruisers Yachts continues to explore groundbreaking design territory with the 42 Cantius.
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One couple explores the Trent Severn Waterway in Ontario by houseboat, while another couple relishes the cruising life aboard a trawler.
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54 Boatshop Reports By Capt. Rick Franke sponsored by Bay Shore Marine
60 Fish News By FishTalk editor Lenny Rudow 62 Cool New Fishing Gear: ICAST 2018 By Zach Ditmars
64 Fall Fishing By Eric Burnley 67 Fishing Tip: Spare Parts, Part One By Eric Burnley
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Surviving a Weekend Aboard with Your Family By Kaylie Jasinski
rowing up my family would spend many a vacation camped out somewhere along the East Coast, from Florida to Maine. When we weren’t camping, we were out cruising the Bay on the family boat. Over the years, be it camping or boating, I learned a thing or two about surviving in close quarters.
for just a night, and live in the moment. You can post pictures of your adventure after you’re back on shore.
8. Don’t forget the dinghy and water toys. With several people all crammed into one space, you’re going to want to escape. Hop into a raft and float around the boat or take the dinghy into shore to stretch your legs.
2. Bring plenty of snacks. There’s nothing worse than dropping anchor in a secluded anchorage and realizing you didn’t bring enough food. Have something salty on hand for when the sea air gets your stomach grumbling. Better yet, bring a grill to cook meals on the boat. 7. 3. Prepare for camping, not glamping. Unless you’re staying on a bona fide yacht, better get used to fewer amenities. On family cruises, my “shower” often consists of diving off the boat, followed by a freshwater rinse on the deck. When you get back to shore, you can take that long, hot shower you’ve been craving.
During one overnight stay I was startled awake by hundreds of glowing lights in the sky, and just as my sleep-addled mind was conjuring images of aliens descending from above, I realized it was only lightning bugs.
will probably bicker with your companions over who is washing the dishes and who gets the good bunk. But in the end, you get a chance to get away from it all if even just for a night; to feel the wind in your hair, the brackish water on your skin, and catch a sunset at sea.
5. Stake out your sleeping quarters ahead of time. In a tent there’s no good or bad sleeping space; you’re both on the floor. But on a boat, there may be a real bed 9. Bring something relaxing; be it a versus a bunk to fight over. You probabook, a fishing pool, or your trusty boat bly won’t want to leave the dock without dog. And grab onto that thing when figuring out who’s sleeping where. I tend 1. No backseat driving. You have a “capyou’re feeling stressed in close quarters. to opt for the settee on deck. tain” for a reason. Many a skipper needs 10. Have fun! Sure, it probably won’t be quiet in stressful docking situations, and 6. Bring bug spray. The bugs will follow the best night’s sleep you’ve ever had. needless chatter or “advice” will only you from shore, you can bet on that: You might not be able to stream Netmake matters worse. mosquitoes, flies, even lightning bugs. flix or take a long shower (if any). You
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Roll with the punches. On that same night with the lightning bugs, I had finally fallen asleep when I was startled awake once again, this time by a spotlight. First it was the threat of aliens; then possibly a… police raid? I dragged myself up once again and realized it was only a crabber searching for his pots in the wee hours of the morning. You can spend your time grumbling or you can accept that there will be many sounds and smells out on the Bay that are just part of the experience.
Take advantage of these dog days of summer because before you know it, fall will be here and then Christmas, and we’ll be kicking ourselves for letting a little hot weather keep us off the Bay. That being said, I’ve only spent one night at a time aboard with my family and I’m about to spend a whole week with them… If I survive, I’ll let you know my updated survival tips.
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ollowing the opening of the Conowingo Dam flood gates at the top of the Chesapeake at the end of July, we received many photos of debris from readers. Most of the time, when we ask for photos, it’s all for fun—but in this case, reader photos helped us to assess the situation and make PropTalk (and FishTalk) readers aware of the safety hazards out there on the Chesapeake for powerboaters. Thank you to readers who sent us photos and posted them to our Facebook page. Hopefully, there will be fewer such photo opportunities by the time you read this.
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The name of our 42-foot Sonic is Rip Off. The secretary used to shorten our last name, Ripple, to Rip. And when she would post on the company’s email, it would read “Rip off” to show that my husband was “off” for the day/week. So, every day on the boat was Rip … off. The boat was custom built, and when we told Sonic the name of the boat, they weren’t too happy! ~Robert Ripple, Edgewater, MD
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o see the looks on boaters’ faces when they realize just how low the prices can go—so low that it feels like a crime—is a good reason in itself to visit the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s (CBMM) Charity Boat Auction, Saturday, September 1, during Labor Day weekend. You don’t need to be a boat shopper to enjoy the auction. You can just drink beer, look at pretty boats and relics from the past, and enjoy the festivities among boating enthusiasts. Those who want to peruse the boats before the big event may visit the museum Thursday, August 30, and Friday, August 31, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. You may make an advanced bid by Friday, August 31 at noon by calling (410) 745-4942.
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On September 1, the gate opens at 8 a.m. rain or shine. There’s a cashonly tag sale at 9 a.m. in which guests are able to purchase a variety of used boating gear, including ground tackle, electrical equipment, hardware, rope or chain, ladders, fishing tackle, motors, and more. Grab some barbeque at 10 a.m. and a beer when the taps open at 10:30 a.m., and make your way to the tall ladder where the live auction begins at 11 a.m. along the museum’s waterfront campus. More than 100 boats ranging in size and performance from sailing dinghies to cabin cruisers will be auctioned off to the highest bidders. The professional auctioneers are sure to hold your attention—and even if you’re not bidding, spectating is very entertaining.
CBMM’s Boat Donation Program staff takes donations and resells boats throughout the year, holding aside some of the inventory for the annual auction, which is the museum’s top fundraiser. Attendees come back year after year. If you love boats and the museum, especially if you’re in the market for a “steal” of a deal, don’t miss this event. To donate a boat or items for the tag sale or for an updated listing of the boats up for auction, contact (410) 7454942 or email Karen Walpole (email@example.com). For safety reasons, non-service dogs need to be kept home or on boats during CBMM festivals. Learn more at cbmm.org.
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ine students graduated in April from Charter Captain Courses. They earned their certificates in the 12-week course taught by Captains Ken Daniel and Bill Tyndall of Cambridge. Graduation was held on the Dorothy Megan paddle wheeler at Suicide Bridge Restaurant. The course, originally started in 1951 by Capt. E. L. Thomas, was the first Coast Guard approved captain school in the area. It still differs from other courses on the market because of its quality instruction and its thorough coverage of all areas for professional captains. The school is Coast Guard approved to teach and test for the OUPV (six pack) license and up to 100 gross ton Masterâ€™s Near Coastal license. Students are taught navigation rules, weather, anchoring and mooring, maneuvering and handling the vessel, emer-
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Small Craft and Comfy Trawlers
oin other small boat enthusiasts at the Mid-Atlantic Small Craft Festival, which is one of the nation’s largest gatherings of small boats. The event is planned for Saturday October 6 and Sunday October 7 at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) in St. Michaels, MD. Here professional and amateur boatbuilders from across the region will display their kayaks, canoes, sailing skiffs, and other traditional small craft. This family-oriented event attracts small boat lovers from around the country for the opportunity to share knowledge and boating experience. Saturday CBMM shipyard staff and Chesapeake Wooden Boat Builders School instructors will offer workshops and maritime demonstrations. At 1 p.m. a small craft race can be viewed from the waterfront. Sunday a nautical “swap meet” will be open to all festival-goers. Bring your nautical items to trade. Scenic cruises of the Miles River will be available on the 1920 buyboat Winne Estelle. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Admission costs $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, and $6 for children ages 6 to 17. Children under age 6 and museum members may enter for no charge. Learn more and purchase tickets at cbmm.org. For boaters interested in much bigger vessels, Trawlerfest returns to Baltimore September 25-29. This in-water show also features seminars on everything from boat handling to diesel engines and weather. The show’s return to Baltimore coincides with the completion of renovations at Harbor East Marina. The show’s schedule includes time to speak with industry pros and have informal discussions with experienced cruisers. Learn more, buy tickets, and register for seminars at passagemaker.com.
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he Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) now offers visitors to Janes Island State Park in Somerset County free use of fishing gear and tackle as part of a new pilot project between Fishing and Boating Services and the Maryland Park Service. The state park in Crisfield is a wellknown fishing destination on Maryland’s ##Fishing gear loaned here. Photo courtesy of Maryland DNR
Lower Eastern Shore, and provides boating and fishing access to Annemessex River, Daugherty Creek, and Tangier Sound. The park also has a fish cleaning station in its marina, making it an ideal location for this innovative department program. “Janes Island is a family-friendly state park with a good shoreline and license free fishing area,” says recreational fishing and public access outreach coordinator Erik Zlokovitz. “We believe this program will encourage both children and adults to learn about fishing and pursue it as a hobby and sport.” The loaner program began this summer with eight to 10 rods available at the camp store. Each rod is rigged with simple top-bottom rigs for croaker, perch and spot. The rods
were donated by Bass Pro Shops to help support the department’s recreational conservation, education and outreach efforts. “People are really enjoying the loaner tackle program,” says Janes Island assistant park manager Curtis Dale. “The island park with over 30 miles of water trails is perfect for anglers looking for a remote and tranquil setting to fish marshy or open waters.” The department is exploring expanding the program to additional state parks as well as enhancing gear and tackle options. DNR’s Aquatic Resources Education Program has also provided five libraries in Anne Arundel, Carroll, Frederick, and Harford counties with rods and reels, tackle, and fishing books, specifically geared toward children. The success of a 2017 pilot program at Mountain Road Community Library in Anne Arundel County prompted the department to expand the program to four additional libraries, which are all in close proximity to public fishing areas. dnr.maryland.gov.
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To Swim or Not To Swim By Sharon Praissman Fisher
he Fourth of July fell smack in the middle of the week this year. Obviously, that was a sign for an extended boating trip. My husband got the outboard working again, and the girls proved themselves seaworthy on earlier excursions including a raftup, so we were feeling pretty confident in our plans. We would go out for five nights, spending most at anchor. Then, I turned on the news and saw Baltimore’s Inner Harbor had taken on a whitish hue of undeterminable origins. This brought up old fears of water quality and flesh-eating bacteria. Before ditching the whole trip of committing to marinas every night to use their clean pools, I decided to do some research. Fortunately, the data is available fairly easily due to the BEACH act passed by congress in 2000 that provides federal funding to coastal states to monitor their beaches. The Maryland Department of the Environment administers the program, and county health departments do the actual scientific work and reporting. You
can find data on any of Maryland’s beaches here: marylandhealthybeaches.com/ current-conditions.php. Virginia posts its data here: vdh.virginia.gov/environmentalepidemiology/beach-monitoring. It’s fairly safe to extrapolate the data to the nearest creek you may be anchored in. The Anne Arundel County Health Department (AACHD) recommends that you never go in after a heavy rainfall and that anyone one with a compromised immune system, open cut, perforated ear drum, or active ear infection take caution. You should also avoid swallowing water. AACHD further recommends avoiding areas with fish kill or other dead animals, but I would hope that one’s pretty obvious. As of early July, the water was swimmable, and the source of the Inner Harbor spill has been found and contained. My fears are calmed. I plan on using this experience as a teachable moment for myself and the girls. While we are out boating, I can start a discussion with them about Chesapeake Bay health and how we can all contribute to it.
Find more information and ways to help through the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay (allianceforthebay.org) or the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (cbf.org). This article was written before the Conowingo Dam gates were opened in late July. As of this writing, the water in many parts of the Bay is not swimmable.
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Lovin’ the Pax
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CLC Annapolis In-Water Demo Demonstrations are held at Jonas Green Park on the Severn River from 5:30 p.m. to sunset. The events are free, but RSVPs are requested, particularly from those interested in a specific boat model to try out. Chesapeake Light Craft.
“A Plastic Ocean” Film Screening 7 to 9 p.m. at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, Havre de Grace, MD. Presented as part of the Environmental Film Series. Free event, discussion after the film is greatly encouraged.
Tides and Tunes Summer Concert Series 7 p.m. at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Live music by Pressing Strings (American roots). Free, donations gratefully accepted. Food and drinks available for purchase.
Poor Girls Open Ladies-only billfish release tournament benefiting breast cancer research. Out of Bahia Marina in Ocean City, MD.
10th Annual Dream Fields Spanish Mackerel Fishing Tournament Weigh station at Chesapeake Boat Basin in Kilmarnock, VA. Entry fee $175 after July 1. $5400 in cash prizes. Proceeds to benefit Lancaster Co. Little League and Dream Fields.
CCWBRA National Championship Rock Hall Yacht Club, Rock Hall, MD. Cocktail Class Wooden Boat Racing Association.
Children’s Day at St. Clement’s Island Museum 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the museum in Colton’s Point, MD. Snow cones, balloons, children’s activities, games, face painting, and more.
Kent Island Regatta Kent Island Yacht Club, Kent Island, MD. Smith Island Crab Skiff Association.
Anglers White Perch Open At Podickory Point Yacht Club, Annapolis. Fishing from shore, boat, kayak, or any other location in the Chesapeake Bay is accepted. Anglers will submit five fish, caught the day of the tournament. $40 per angler.
Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking 1 p.m. Suicide Bridge, Hurlock, MD.
Live Music at the Shanty Beach Bar Phillip Dutton & The Alligators. 1 to 5 p.m. at the Shanty Beach Bar, Tolchester Marina, Chestertown, MD.
Rock the Bay Poker Run Presented by Poker Runs America in North East, MD. Help support Ryan’s Hope Charity (fighting childhood brain cancer).
Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking 1 p.m. Mallards Restaurant, Pocomoke, MD.
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National Hard Crab Derby This annual Labor Day weekend event in Crisfield, MD, features crab races, crab cooking and picking contests, carnival rides, arts and crafts, vendors, live entertainment, beauty pageants, a parade, fireworks, and more. Many events are free ($3 admission on Saturday).
Live Music at the Shanty Beach Bar Red Dirt Revolution. 1 to 5 p.m. at the Shanty Beach Bar, Tolchester Marina, Chestertown, MD.
CBMM Charity Boat Auction Gates open at 8 a.m. at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD. General admission is $5 per person for non-members until 11 a.m. when the auction begins.
Crisfield Crab Derby Regatta Crisfield, MD. Smith Island Crab Skiff Association.
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Historic Sunset Supper Cruise 90-minute sunset cruise aboard the Wm. B. Tennison. 5-7 p.m. departing from the Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons, MD. A museum educator and historian will share fascinating facts about Solomons while guests enjoy appetizers. After the cruise, participants will return to the museum for a short presentation and light supper (BYOB). $50 per person. Call (410) 326-2042 ext. 41 to reserve your spot.
CBPBA Center Console Poker Run Red Eyes Dock Bar, to Jelly Fish Joel’s, to a floating card stop, to an overnight in Baltimore Harbor. Must be a CBPBA member (open to all members, do not need a center console). Chesapeake Bay Power Boat Association.
MD Sportsman Show At the Howard County Fairgrounds, West Friendship, MD. The show features some of the most innovative hunting, fishing, camping and outdoor guides and outfitters. Some of the most well-known TV personalities in the outdoor industry will be present.
Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking 1 p.m. Crisfield City Dock, Crisfield, MD.
Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking 2 p.m. Deal Island Harbor, Deal Island, MD.
FSFF Club Meeting Free State Fly Fishers Club of MD. 7:30 p.m. 3789 Queen Anne Bridge RD, Davidsonville, MD. Speaker Lenny Rudow. FishTalk Angler in Chief: Casting in Shallows for Stripers, Specks, and Reds.
APBA Baltimore Harborfest IOGP APBA/UIM Championship Races, poker fun run, live entertainment. Baltimore, MD.
Kalmar Nyckel Visiting Baltimore The 141 foot long Tall Ship from Lewes, DE, will be docked at Pier 1 in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Presented by Sail Baltimore.
Lighthouse Adventure Cruise with CMM Departing from the Drum Point Lighthouse, the cruise includes Cove Point, Thomas Point, Sandy Point, Bloody Point, and Sharps Island lighthouses. Lunch is on Kent Island. Meet at the Calvert Marine Museum at 7:45 a.m., board a private charter vessel, and return by 5 p.m. $130, pre-registration required: (410) 326-2042 ext. 41.
Live Music at the Shanty Beach Bar 21 Horses. 7 to 11 p.m. at the Shanty Beach Bar, Tolchester Marina, Chestertown, MD.
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11th Annual BRRC Rockfish Tournament 21 Horses. Hosted by Back River Restoration Committee. Lines in at daybreak; fish must be brought in to Weaver’s Marine in Essex by 3 p.m.
Pasadena Sportfishing Kid’s Fishing Derby 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Downs Park (Fernwood Pavilion), Pasadena, MD. Open to the public: ages 4-8 and 9-13. No walkins. $5 per child pre-registration that you will get back the day you show up and sign in. Rain or shine.
51st Annual Maryland Seafood Festival Sandy Point State Park, Annapolis. Delicious seafood, cooking demonstrations, competitions, local craft beer and wine, kids activities, and more. On-site parking only available for those who pre-purchase a parking pass ($10). GA tickets $15.
Taste of the Chesapeake 6 to 9 p.m. at Belcher Pavilion Rooftop, Anne Arundel Medical Center, Annapolis. Chesapeake-inspired food, open bar, live music, silent auction. Presented by Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay. Showcasing progress toward Chesapeake restoration and raising funds for the Bay.
Norfolk In-Water Boat Show 12 noon to 7 p.m. daily at the Waterside Marina, Waterside District, and Town Point Park in Norfolk, VA. $10 for adults per day.
14th Annual Boatyard Beach Bash 5:30 to 10 p.m. at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Grilled buffet dinner by the Boatyard Bar & Grill, signature cocktails, and live music by the Coral Reefer Band. Tickets $85 online, $95 at the door.
35th Annual Antique and Classic Boat Show 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. New Jersey Boating Museum, Point Pleasant, NJ. Judged show with more than 50 boats expected, plus marine vendors, artists, and a flea market. Free admission and parking. Presented by the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society. Rain date September 16.
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CCWBRA Union Lake Race Union Lake Sailing and Tennis Club, Millville, NJ. Cocktail Class Wooden Boat Racing Association.
Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking 1 p.m. Brew River Restaurant, Salisbury, MD.
PSG White Perch Open Presented by Pasadena Sportfishing Group. Rain date September 16. $50 entry fee for four anglers. All teams must be in line for weigh-in at 2:30 p.m. at Cheshire Crab in Pasadena, MD.
Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking 12 p.m. Solomons Island, MD.
ARA Libertad Visiting Baltimore The 340-foot Argentine Navy tall ship training vessel will be docked in Baltimore, location TBD. Presented by Sail Baltimore.
CLC Annapolis In-Water Demo Demonstrations are held at Jonas Green Park on the Severn River from 5:30 p.m. to sunset. The events are free, but RSVPs are requested, particularly from those interested in a specific boat model to try out. Chesapeake Light Craft.
Mermaid’s Kiss Oyster Fest 6 to 8 p.m. at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. Bay-themed silent auction, photo booth, live music, creative bites, and a boatload of freshly shucked oysters. Presented by Oyster Recovery Partnership. Proceeds go right back into the Bay.
Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking 1 p.m. Nick’s Fish House, Baltimore, MD.
The Mariners’ Gallery Crawl 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Mariners’ Museum and Park, Newport News, VA. View rarely-seen artifacts from ports around the world up-close, and enjoy delicious bites and spirited beverages as you travel through each gallery. Tickets $55.
Now Hear This: What the Coast Guard Wants You to Know CAPCA monthly meeting. Social hour begins at 6:30 p.m. Meeting starts at 7:15 p.m. at the Annapolis Elks Lodge, Edgewater, MD. Open to the public. Captain Joseph B. Loring, USCG, tells operators of small passenger vessels what the Sector wants to see from them over the coming months.
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t’s a clear cut case of old habits dying hard. Somehow, somewhere many years ago someone decided, instead of using currently available off-the-shelf parts that it was okay to mix disparate plumbing components to make a seacock assembly. In some cases this type of creative field engineering results in an improved design. Sadly, in the case of seacocks it didn’t. The arrangement to which I’m referring is the through-hull fitting, the threaded, mushroom-shaped part whose head can be seen on the outside of the boat, and an in-line ball valve, the part that’s accessible from within the vessel. Perhaps the greatest danger in this faulty arrangement is its shear ubiquity; so many boats have been and continue to be built and serviced using this arrangement that it’s become commonplace, leading many to believe it’s correct.
Proper seacock selection and installation tips Before delving into a critique of this unseacock, it’s important to understand how a proper seacock installation is arranged and installed. Seacocks are, or should be, designed to afford the user a quick, easy ##To comply with ABYC guidelines, seacocks must be able to endure 500 pounds of static load, for 30 seconds, without failure.
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##The black line shown on this through-hull fitting represents the meager engagement between it and the accompanying common ball valve.
method of stemming the flow of water into the vessel in the event of a failed hose or plumbing component. For instance, if the hose between the seacock and the engine or generator raw-water strainer or pump fails, closing the respective seacock stops the water flow until a repair can be carried out. Seacocks are also used for routine maintenance of plumbing components located below the waterline including sea strainers and pumps. A typical, correct seacock installation includes the seacock body itself; this is a valve whose design includes a load-distributing flange and typically two female threaded holes. Seacocks should be built to meet the UL 1121 approval for “Marine Through-Hull Fittings and SeaValves,” which is paralleled by American Boat and Yacht Council Standards chapter H-27 ”Seacocks, and Thru-Hull Fittings.” It’s important to note the UL distinction “Sea-Valves” rather than simply “Valve.” Many types of valves carry a UL approval; however, the approval covers the valve’s ability to convey various liquids, not its ability to work as a seacock or sea-valve. The hole in the seacock that faces down or towards the hull utilizes parallel or
NPS threads while the hole on the top of the valve, the one that faces into the vessel, typically uses tapered pipe or NPT threads. A through-hull fitting, the aforementioned mushroom-shaped device, uses straight NPS threads that mate with like threads in the seacock. Most seacock installations include a backing block that’s designed to further distribute the load of the seacock’s flange. Ideally, backing blocks are made of half- or quarter-inch fiberglass sheet, a product known as GPO 3, and they are a minimum of one inch larger in diameter than the base of the seacock’s flange. The backing block should match the shape of the seacock flange’s base. An alternative, and the product that was used for many years before the advent of GPO, calls for the use of epoxy-encapsulated marine plywood. Marine plywood is rot resistant and equally as important, and it is void-free, making it strong and compression resistant. As durable as it is, if it’s exposed to bilge water for long enough, especially fresh water, along with fuel, oil, or bilge cleaning chemicals, it may fail; thus it’s best to encapsulate it
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##By virtue of its thread incompatibility, this combination ball valve and throughhull fitting assembly lacks ABYC compliance. A sure give away of this type of arrangement is the presence of visible threads.
in several coats of two-part epoxy. Once treated in this manner marine plywood backing blocks are reliable and long-lasting if not more labor intensive. Common backing block materials that should be avoided include solid timber, even teak and mahogany. As desirable as solid hardwoods may be for interior joiner work, they are not appropriate for backing blocks and other high compression loads because of their propensity to split. Equally as undesirable are non-reinforced
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plastics such as high Ultra High Molecular Weight or UHMW, also known as Starboard. While this material has many attributes, because of its flexibility and slipperiness, it can be problematic when used as a seacock backing block. Additionally, in many cases backing blocks must be set in thickened epoxy during installation to account for hull irregularity or curvature. Because of its slick surface epoxy will not bond well to Starboard and other similar materials, making this process difficult if not impossible to accomplish. The area over which the seacock and backing block are to be installed inside the hull should be free of gelcoat. If the interior of the hull is gelcoated, it must be ground off in a footprint that matches the size and shape of the backing block. This ensures that the epoxy the backing block is set in bonds with the fiberglass rather than gelcoat. It’s important to understand the role of the backing block: it is designed to distribute load and thus must be larger than the seacock flange, usually by about 1.5 times. A backing block that matches, or nearly matches, the foot print of the seacock flange offers no advantage and is actually problematic in that it raises the height of the seacock, thereby increasing leverage and failure potential. Sealant used in the installation process must of course be designed for below the waterline applications; this is typically polyurethane-based and includes 3M 5200, Sikaflex 291, and others. During the installation the sealant must be applied to surfaces that have been thoroughly cleaned of all grease, oil, wax, and paint. This means all seacock, through hull parts, and hull surfaces should be washed in solvent such as denatured alcohol or mineral spirits. Most metal components ##The goal of a backing block is to distribute load; it should therefore be generously sized and ideally made from rigid material such as fiberglass or encapsulated marine plywood.
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three revolutions before seizure occurs. While it seems as though this should be obvious for any mechanical installation, ABYC Standards call for, among other things where seacock installations are concerned, the use of compatible threads.
If the threaded section of a through-hull fitting is visible on a completed installation, it’s a sure sign that a “seacock” utilizes the improper through hull and ball valve arrangement. ■
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##It’s not unusual for removal and replacement of a proper, flanged seacock with backing block to require between six and eight hours. If it takes much less time than this, chances are good a shortcut has been taken.
are heavily contaminated with cutting oil or wax, so it’s important that it be removed from sealing surfaces. Additionally, bottom paint must be removed from the sealing area beneath the through hull fitting’s head. While this is not a full description of a seacock installation, it covers important aspects and areas where errors frequently occur. Installing a new seacock where none existed before, using the above described method, typically takes six to eight hours. While that may sound like a lot of time, it’s necessary. If it takes less time, it’s probably not being installed correctly.
Wrong revisited Back to the all-too-common incorrect seacock installation: regrettably, what frequently passes for a seacock is in fact the aforementioned through-hull fitting mated to an in-line ball valve. There are essentially two problems with this approach. One, it’s unlikely such a flange-free installation could pass the ABYC-recommended 500-pound static load test, in which 500 pounds is applied to the inboard end of the installation for 30 seconds, during which a failure must not occur. Two, and this is an especially insidious flaw, the threads of a NPS through hull and an NPT in-line ball valve are by their very definition incompatible. When mated, “engagement” is typically two to Follow us!
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Fort Monroe & Old Point Comfort A Gem Hiding under Our Noses By Elizabeth Kelch
ack in the early 1600s, when Captain John Smith first explored the Chesapeake Bay, he called Old Point Comfort, “A little isle fit for a castle.” As ships enter the Bay, the island that became home to Fort Monroe lies straight ahead, on the north side of the entrance to Norfolk Harbor, and throughout our nation’s history, until just recently, army leaders have used its strategic location to great advantage. On our trip up the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW), we were looking at some weather on the Bay that made us decide to stay put and wait it out. We wanted to be in a safe harbor, but we wanted to be as close to the Chesapeake as we could to make our break just at the right moment. Upon investigating marinas in 32 September 2018 PropTalk.com
the Hampton area, we found Old Point Comfort Marina. This whole island has had major significance throughout our nation’s history, and the island’s crown jewel is a seven-sided star fort, the largest ever built in the United States, that’s open for the public to stroll through free of charge. The fort, which is a National Park, houses the Casemate Museum, with all the details of its history. Construction of the current fort began in 1819 was completed in 1834. Named for President James Monroe, the stone fort is known as the largest built in the U.S. It’s well-known for its role in the Civil War. Although Virginia was a Confederate state, Fort Monroe continued to be within Union control. Its com-
mander took the position that escaping male slaves who made it to Union lines would be deemed contraband and not sent back to bondage. The determination gave rise to thousands of slaves fleeing to Union lines around Fort Monroe, and it grew to be known as “Freedom’s Fortress,” as any slave reaching it would be free. Though this place is rife with historical significance, another great thing about this place is the community growing here. Until 2011, this site and the whole island belonged to the Army, which maintained a working military base here. On this island, you’ll find a beautiful little community of old brick duplexes, indicative of military housing. The housing here is “for rent” to all
##Fort Monroe National Monument encompasses nearly 600 acres. Courtesy NPS
Arriving by water… Arriving by boat to this pretty little community, you’ll need to turn off the main channel through Norfolk Harbor and head northwest. About a mile up you’ll find green #3 marker. Turn east into the marina. They have a breakwall to protect the marina at an unusual angle and depending on which end of the marina you’re going to, you’ll need to negotiate that.
comers, no military background required. The buildings are available for rent only, as a means of keeping some control over the historic significance. However, anybody who appreciates safe, tree-lined
streets with well-built brick homes and facilities nearby is welcome to apply to rent one of these homes. The Army’s old offices are available for rent, too, and architects, lawyers,
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able on site. Since the Army gave up control over this island, the services are run as civilian businesses. The old firehouse has been turned into a coffee shop out of which Segway tours are run. One of the old buildings has been turned into a craft brewery. Next door to the marina there’s a casual seafood restaurant. This little island boasts churches, a bank, a YMCA, a childcare facility, a movie house (we heard it is being turned into a community theater), and senior living in the form of a grand old hotel. And, of course, the museum. A great many cruisers travel to and through Hampton Roads who would never think to turn west at the mouth of the harbor, but there’s a hidden little gem at the Old Point Comfort Marina on the island where Fort Monroe stands. We were pleasantly surprised to find a charming community and a long and storied history. After our stay, we decided we will definitely be back. #
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Cruisers 42 Cantius Breaking New Ground
By Lenny Rudow
ruisers Yachts has earned a reputaolder Cantius line and is designed to reflect Another new development for the tion for ground-breaking interior changes in the way people tend to use their Cantius line can be found up forward on design, and they continue to explore boats. These days, less cooking goes on the bow. While the older Cantius design had a (mostly) flush deck, the new 42 new territory with the 42 Cantius. inside the cabin and more takes place at Look at almost any model of a modern outdoor grills; hence, the minimalist galley incorporates a rather well-developed bow cruising boat in the 40- to 60-foot range inside the cabin and the large electric grill lounge. It’s not just a sunpad, as is often and you can find design elements that are built into the transom of the boat. The the case on boats of this size, but has twin traceable to the original Cruisers Cantius galley has also moved back to abut the aft pads with swing-up backrests that convert them into loungers and a recessed center 48 Sports Coupe, introduced in 2010. cabin bulkhead on the port side, and the The atrium design, which brings natural dinette is in the same position to starboard. section with cup holders and a table. The lighting belowdecks? That was first seen on Slide open the huge cabin doors, and that hatch for the forward cabin is in the recess, modern cruisers in the Canius 48. A saloon so wise owners will warn everyone aboard surrounded 360-degrees by not to walk on it. (Yes it windows? Ditto. Designed can support the weight, but over time stepping on these specifically for Volvo Penta hatches does take a toll). IPS drives? Well, maybe The cockpit is unique to the Cantius wasn’t the first, but it certainly was an the 42 as well, though there early adopter. Considering aren’t any shocking developthe importance of all these ments here. There’s a large L-shaped settee, and you trends in boat design, it can opt to have a refrigerashould be completely clear tor and/or ice maker in the that Cruisers Yachts is a cockpit. It’s capped off with leader, not a follower. And a massive swim platform that it’s proved this once again with the new 42 Cantius. can be lowered hydraulically First, for what hasn’t (if you opt for the upgrade) and a set of swing-down changed: the 42 still features steps that connect it with bright natural lighting inLOA: 43’2” | Beam: 13’8” | Draft: 3’4” the cockpit, even when the side courtesy of 360-degree Displacement: 28,469 LBS | Max HP: 740 | Fuel Capacity: 300 gal. platform is underwater. windows, a glass aft cabin Water capacity: 80 gal. | PRICE: APPROX. $1,000,000 A pair of 370-horsebulkhead and doors, and power IPS 500 Volvos is a huge sunroof that slides back at the press of a button. And it still standard fare for the Cantius 42. Most dinette is essentially connected to the open boaters will find this to be plenty of power has the atrium over the companionway, cockpit. Shuttling back and forth between allowing sunshine to penetrate belowdecks the galley, grill, and dinette with your fresh for a cruiser of this nature, with cruising to the lower cabin. The master stateroom is mahi-mahi fillets and burgers is a piece of speeds in the mid 20-knot range and a topa full-beam mid-cabin, with full headroom cake. end in the low to mid 30s. And, of course, with this package you get that phenomenal throughout except for over portions of the Forward and across from the helm, IPS pod drive handling. king-sized berth. It also has a settee, cedar- where the dinette was located on the origilined hanging locker, and flat-screen TV. Is the new Cruisers 42 Cantius as nal Cantius, there’s a large center-facing ground-breaking as that original 48? No, The forward stateroom is for guests with settee. On the forward end it’s capped off but few boats—very few—are. It is, howa queen berth and similar amenities. One with a convertible seatback that can face nice surprise: both staterooms have private ever, a significant refinement of the original forward or aft. The starboard-side helm heads, a rarity on a 42-footer. concept which so many builders have has a large electronics flat screen with twin mimicked. And it represents an evolution In the saloon, however, some major monitors plus a digital engine monitor that makes the Cantius better matched to changes become apparent. The interior display, a custom Cruisers steering wheel, layout is completely different from the today’s boaters. # and a double-wide helm seat.
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hare your club’s activities here. We welcome Club Notes from recreational boating groups, owners associations, power squadrons, Bay cruising clubs, and others. Send us your clear photos of smiling faces and pretty boats and tell us in approximately 350 words about your cruises, social events, and low-cost educational events. Send all to email@example.com.
Lobsters, Fireworks, and Pirates, Oh My!
ack Creek Yacht Club members have enjoyed a busy schedule of summer events and boating. We had a large turnout for our annual Lobster Feast Weekend, held June 24
By Betsy Beyer
and 25 at Wally and Molly Stone’s on Crab Creek. The lobsters on Saturday were great, and Flip, Flop, and Drop, otherwise known as club officers, made their usual delicious omelettes for break##Matti and John Yates enjoy their lobsters.
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fast Sunday morning before the boats left for their trip home. The club’s July events included a weekend gathering at Cindy and Westbrook Murphy’s home on Almshouse Creek featuring fireworks and a picnic. July 12 a small group enjoyed supper and music at the Annapolis Maritime Museum, and July 20 a picnic to celebrate Hot Dog Month was held at Tony Cook’s house on Spriggs Pond off the Magothy River. August 10-12 the group plans to cruise to Lankford Bay Marina in Rockhall, MD, for Pirates and Wenches Fantasy Weekend. Next we’ll be off to Maryland Yacht Club August 17-19, and in late August we have a planned cruise to the Oxford Yacht Club. A full-week fall cruise is planned for early September, and another gathering is scheduled on the Magothy River for later in the month. As most know, our club includes powerboaters and sailors. Although I am now a confirmed trawler cruiser, I took the opportunity to crew aboard a 17-foot sailboat in the 2018 Day Sailer World Championships hosted by Severn Sailing Association in Annapolis July 23-25. After 14 years away from the O’Day Day Sailers, I was reminded that trawler cruising is much easier than crewing on a sailboat. Sixteen legs of racing in one day is too much for a confirmed cruiser, but the sailing was glorious! Check out backcreekyc.org, and arrange to join the fun!
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Bay Boaters Trailer to the 1000 Islands
By Jimmy Jernigan
n Thursday, July 18, several members of the Chesapeake Bay Powerboat Association (CBPBA) trailered their powerboats from Maryland to Clayton, NY, to attend the 1000 Islands International Charity Poker Run. We quickly learned that Clayton is known as “The Fresh Water Boating Capital of the World.” The community openly welcomed the 138 registered power boats from all over the U.S. and Canada. The committee, volunteers, staff, and sponsors did a wonderful job organizing this exciting event. On Saturday July 21 the run headed west toward Bartlett Point stopping in Cape Vincent, NY, and Ogdensburg, NY, along the way. Some CBPBA members were even able take a ride through beautiful Lake Ontario. The proceeds from this event were donated to Make A Wish Foundation and the River Community Wellness Program. The CBPBA was given the “Largest Boat Club to Participate” award, for our 11 registered boats. CBPBA members proudly donated to this charity event and look forward to attending again in the future.
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Cruising Club Notes
Great Loop Cruisers in the Bay
##Bill and Kellirae with Ocean Dancer.
piece of paper, and I saved it. At the time, we owned a 26-foot Chris-Craft, a great boat, but not one for the Loop. Time passed, and eventually computers and Google made it easier to learn about the entire Great Loop route. With easier access to information, we began making a plan.
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or many boaters, completing the 6000-mile Great Loop is a oncein-a-lifetime accomplishment, but once wasn’t enough for Bill and Kellirae Adcock, who are halfway through their second trip around the famed Loop, which circumnavigates the eastern half of the U.S. After completing the Loop, the couple, who are Michigan residents, was only home for about 30 days before they headed back to the boat and started out again. We caught up with them in July, while they were staying at Solomons Island Yacht Club (SIYC), while spending the summer exploring the Chesapeake Bay before attending a local wedding (Kellirae was raised in Baltimore and still has family in the area). Bill explains how the dream began. “In the late 1980s I found a little, quarter-column write-up about the Great Loop,” he recalls. “I tore out that little
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“In 2004 we bought our current boat, a 48-foot Ocean Motor Yacht, for the purpose of doing the Loop. Downturns in the economy delayed us for a while, but finally, in September of 2015, we were ready to get underway. By that time we had been boating on Lake Michigan for 23 years and had accomplished sev-
eral 450-mile trips from our homeport in Michigan City north to Mackinaw Island.” After attending a family wedding in Baltimore this October, the couple plans to head south on the Bay, then into the ICW or open ocean (depending on weather) and on to the Bahamas for the winter. After initially jumping off from the Florida Keys during their first trip around the Loop, they have found that they really love exploring the Bahamas while it’s colder up north. Before starting the Loop, the Adcocks joined the America’s Great Loop Cruisers Association (AGLCA) and attended one of its seminars held in Chicago. “The AGLCA and Marine Trawler Owners Associations both have wonderful forums with all kinds of maintenance tips and advice on mechanical and electrical systems and engines,” says Bill. “Some of the people offering advice are retired engineers and ship captains, with a wealth of information, which they share freely. In 10 minutes you can get five opinions.” To those considering the Loop, Bill says, “Get out as soon as you can! Many people are a little scared of the navigation, but it can be learned. I got my education from the U.S. Power Squadrons. Once you begin, take your time. Never make a time schedule, so you can adjust for the weather and the amazing scenery. It’s indescribable what you’ll see along the way. Your pictures will never do it justice. We have really enjoyed the company and attitudes of the many, happy, married couples that we have met and traveled with along the way. We’ve met hundreds, and nearly all of them seem to really enjoy one another’s company.” Thanks to Solomons area AGLCA Harbor Host Doug Smith for connecting PropTalk with the Adcocks. Smith adds, “Bill and Kellirae are both musical performers and put on a small show while they were at SIYC. Just a few years ago Bill had a Bluegrass band and Kellirae had a country music band. She opened for big name performers several times. They performed five songs at the club, and they were great!”
##Loopers and musicians Bill and Kellirae Adcock perform while visiting Solomons Island Yacht Club. Photo by Doug Smith
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Trawler Cruising Fun
t was good preparation for our summer cruises when 27 members of the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the Marine Trawler Owners Association (MTOA, CBC) attended a half day seminar “Suddenly in Command” pre-
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sented by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary early in the season. On our June 15-17 cruise we were off to lovely St. Leonard Creek for a relaxing weekend. We enjoyed swimming in the pool and kayaking on the creek. Saturday afternoon MTOA’ers Leslie and Terry Byrne on Orient Moon cruised by, saw our burgees, and turned around and tied up, which was terrific! The fun weekend included plenty of time for boat tours and war stories. Our biggest cruise of the year was a Potomac River–Washington, DC, cruise June 17-30. What a fantastic time we had with seven boats. We began at Solomons Island Yacht Club, and every single day of cruising, except one, was gorgeous with flat seas and great weather. Highlights included anchoring on Port Tobacco River and happy hour aboard Caldonia, exploring the National Harbor port and DC Wharf Marina, and a tour of Mount Vernon.
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Houseboating on the Trent Severn Waterway By Paula E. Schnabel
he first rule is: Forget everything you thought you knew about boating. Upon embarking on our four-day journey on the Trent Severn Waterway (TSW), my husband and I quickly realized that we needed to erase the hard-earned lessons we had learned over the years about being shipshape boaters. Brought up through the ranks of junior sailing (my husband was an Annapolis Yacht Club kid, me a Severn Sailing squack) we had always been taught to appreciate boat-handling finesse. Well, painfully, this is the first lesson left behind. When one is trying to drive a 36-foot (or larger) pontoon houseboat which is propelled with an outdrive mounted to the stern, one is satisfied with making it to a dock or lock with the bow still pointing in the direction one is going. Yes, it is very easy to get sideways in these less than graceful crafts. Fenders/ bumpers are a must and are continuously deployed. Appreciating the cushion these necessary accoutrements provided Follow us!
made me rue every snide comment I ever levelled at a Bay boater trailing bumpers. Bay cruising requires certain deprivations. Not so houseboat travel on a pristine lake. Conserve water? No need. Shower and do dishes with limitless hot water? Go ahead. Swill wine out of glass glasses? Who wouldnâ€™t? Grill a feast? Please do so on the full-sized grill screwed (screwed!) onto the front deck. Beach her on rocks? Doesnâ€™t everyone? While these craft are not particularly sleek or graceful, their utilitarian nature provides an excellent platform for an enjoyable boating vacation. So, how did we Chesapeake Bay sailors end up in Ontario for a big chunk of our vacation? After attending one of the winter lectures at Fawcett Boat Supply in Annapolis, my husband and I became enchanted with the idea of boating on the Trent Severn Waterway. The Trent Severn is a series of lakes connected by locks and frequented by vacationing Canadians and Loopers. Begun in the early 19th and finished in the 20th century, the TSW at its inception exemplified
what we in the U.S. refer to as the Canal Craze. Shortly after steam power was applied to ships and it became possible to travel against current, tide, and wind, folks in the U.S. and Canada became obsessed with constructing canals to facilitate inter-regional trade and travel. The emergence of this type of trade corresponds to early industrialization, and these canals fed burgeoning economies in the U.S. and Canada. Today, the TSW is a haven not for commercial ventures but for pleasure boaters. It connects Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay and is one of the ways that those seeking to do the Great Loop can navigate between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River. While we hope to someday join the ranks of the Loopers, we contented ourselves with doing a part of this great journey during our summer vacation. The only kind of boat that is easily charter-able on the Trent Severn Waterway is a houseboat. There are three companies that offer a range of
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Cruising houseboats for vacationers. We were very pleased with our 36-foot Happy Days rental. It offered two small bedrooms, a fully stocked galley, and a commodious upper deck that one could descend using the ladder or slide. Another real pleasure is to experience Ontario and its people. Canada on the whole seems to be a very tidy place. Humble cottages and grand mansions are neatly kept, and most sport the attractive Canadian flag. Red, therefore is the predominant accent color for dock ensembles. More than once, I mistook an Adirondack chair for a distant channel marker. The lock masters are true ambassadors for the waterway and their province. Instead of a derisive sneer, Canadian lock masters greet unstable houseboat patrons with a jaunty wave and an, “Oo no we lav house booters.” While this may be said with a winking nod to sarcasm, not enough can be said about the patience and kindness of these individuals. There is nothing graceful about a houseboat underway. Bringing one into a crowded
lock means that there will be rubbing, bouncing and jittery nerves. The lock master handles this with good humor while being sure to compliment each captain on his adept boat handling skills While house boating on the TSW does present some interesting challenges and stark differences from sailing on the Chesapeake, there are a few universal
truths to both experiences. The comradery of the boating community remains constant. A friendly wave between passing craft is the universally accepted signal that one is a part of this community no matter where you are. And “messing about in boats” no matter the type or location is a singularly wonderful way to pass time. ■
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When Your Work Is Your Play By Beth Crabtree
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hat’s that saying—Do what you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life? That phrase comes to mind when talking to Larry Polster, an active trawler cruiser and vice president at Kadey-Krogen Yachts. For many who work in the marine industry, work-life balance lines can get a little blurred. And so it seems talking to Larry about the new boat he and his wife Janet took delivery of last December. He’s so excited to share details about his new Kadey-Krogen 50 Open and all the cruising opportunities it will afford that it’s difficult to tell where the enthusiastic cruiser ends and the Kadey-Krogen executive begins. But that’s okay. In fact, it’s how Larry landed his job at Kadey-Krogen Yachts. Larry grew up boating with his family on the Great Lakes. After college graduation, a job with a consulting firm brought him to the Washington, DC, area, and then took him to Florida Follow us!
where for a period of time he lived aboard a sailboat. When business called him back to the DC area 27 years ago, he moved to Annapolis. “I sailed into the Chesapeake Bay, and I’ve been here ever since,” he declares. Larry and his wife, Janet, continued to sail for a time and in the late 1990s even spent a year cruising with their then toddler-aged daughter. When the family made the decision to move to a powerboat in 1999, they purchased their first KadeyKrogen, a 42-footer… and the die was cast. Larry’s love for the boat eventually inspired him to join the Kadey-Krogen team. Although the couple also owned a Pearson True North 33 for a time (a very nice Bay boat according to Larry), they were ready to move back to a full displacement cruiser when their daughter went to college. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Larry was so pleased with his 42-footer that while still working as an IT con-
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sultant, he volunteered to help KadeyKrogen Yachts at the 2002 Annapolis Powerboat Show. His knowledge and enthusiasm must have won them over, because at the end of the show he was offered a job at the company’s home office in Florida—a job that he politely declined. However, the wheels were now spinning, and by the next year, 2003, Larry had opened the Annapolis Kadey-Krogen office. A few years later, he became a partner in the business. Over the years Janet and Larry met many owners, listened to their cruising stories, and glimpsed their lifestyle. When Janet retired in 2015, she dreamed of going to the Bahamas. Larry was all in, and the two embarked on the adventure of building their newest boat, Together, hull number one of the new Kadey-Krogen 50 Open Series. The building process took two years, and Larry and Janet were intiPropTalk.com September 2018 43
Cruising mately involved in it all along the way. The couple took delivery in Florida in December 2017. They began living the dream by cruising to the Bahamas in May of 2018. “That trip just whet our appetites,” says Janet. “We can’t wait to go back.” Larry agrees, saying “During that trip and afterward bringing the boat to Annapolis, I learned that I can run my business from the boat.” Which means there’s not much holding them back. In fact, as you read this, the couple plans to be on an extended cruise on the waters off New England. They will be back in the Bay this fall, return to Florida in the winter, and head to the Bahamas again in April. Because of their input all through the design process, Together is just to their liking. “I thought we would miss our house, but when we get home, I can’t wait to go back to the boat,” says Janet. “We’re even talking about selling the house, because living on this boat is so comfortable. It’s not at all like camping, which is what some might think of about cruising.” Larry explains, “Owning this type of boat is like owning a vacation house as a second home, except you can move it from place to place. You have waterfront property everywhere you go, and if you don’t like your neighbors, you can move.”
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Larry and Janet say the full displacement hull is what makes life aboard so comfortable. “You can slip the dock lines and conduct your morning routine while underway,” says Larry. “We shower, dress, and prepare breakfast while we’re making headway to our next destination. If we’re not moving as fast as some other boats, that’s okay, because we saved time at home or at the dock because we didn’t need to get everything done before we left the slip.” With seven feet of headroom, a saloon that opens into the pilothouse, and a generously sized engine room, the layout makes it practical for the Polsters to live aboard and to do their own maintenance, if they would so choose. “Many Krogen owners maintain and troubleshoot their own boat systems,” says Larry. “System maintenance on a boat is like caring for a car or a house. You can hire someone to take care of it, but sometimes it’s fun to do it yourself.”
Dozens of Kadey-Krogen boats live around the Bay, and in the summer, transient cruisers exploring the area increase that number substantially. The annual rendezvous in Solomons, MD, usually draws 30 or 40 boats. Krogen’s Cruisers, the independent owners’ group, connects owners by region with other cruisers to share social events, maintenance tips, and more. “Owning this type of boat is something that even a novice can dream about and then really do,” says Larry. “Relatable things from most people’s backgrounds will help them learn to manage a boat. Some cruisers become virtually self-sufficient.” ■
Bertram 24 Resto-mod Old Bert By Chris “Seabuddy” Brown
She is a 24-foot Bertram center console. Or is she?
ctually, Bertram never made a 1970 center console. But it did build a few 24-foot Moppie Camper cuddy cabin boats that offered a unique feature. Via a hinge at the front of the deck, a five-foot-long section of the fiberglass deck opened up to a 45-degree angle in front of the windshield, creating nearly seven feet of headroom for the companionway entrance to the cuddy cabin below. This boat style became known as a Pop-Top Bertram. The other end of the five-foot-long fiberglass section was either latched or loose at the windshield and helm area. Screens, weather cloths, and/or eisenglass filled the unique space between the angled fiberglass, the windshield, and the fixed deck area of a Pop-Top Bertram, creating a comfortable all-weather “camper” area. The cuddy cabin accommodations featured berths six feet and two inches in length along with a small toilet, shelving, and storage. Retired Captain Bill Mullin was on the hunt for a Bertram when he found this Moppie Camper. He wasn’t interested in the Pop-Top, but it was a Bertram, so he got creative. He salvaged the Bertram hull plus a center console from another boat. He ordered a T-top from Dave Miller’s Welding in Northeast, MD, and found a leaning post helm seat from another boat, reincarnating it all into the resto-mod he named Old Bert. All of these elements blend so cohesively that it’s easy to presume that Old Bert was born as a center console at the Bertram factory. Follow us!
In her new life—evolving from a boating wrecking yard boat as a Moppie Camper to her current life as a center console—Bill has re-powered her from twin four-cylinder engines to a single Mercruiser/Chevrolet V-8. He used an Alpha drive inboard/outboard sterndrive. Although this drive came with builtin power trim, Bill doesn’t use it when
operating Old Bert, nor does he need it. A deep vee without trim tabs? Yes, Old Bert is one boat that matches that specification. We didn’t need trim tabs coming on plane or on top of the water from the six-mile-per-hour speed zone limit. She has a beautiful cruising speed ride angle. A Bertram 24 has a 24-foot LOA with a beam of eight feet. Be careful not to confuse it with a Bertram 25, which is nearly two feet longer (25’ 11”) and nearly two feet wider on the beam (9’ 11”). Although both the Bertram 24 and the 25 typically have twin four-cylinder I/Os for power, the Bertram 25 is otherwise a very different boat.
I’ve known Captain Bill for a number of years now. He spends time boating between Pennsylvania and Jupiter, FL. This was the first time I had the opportunity to experience his superb boat-handling skills. Bill skippers a boat so smoothly that riding with him is seamless. From casting off, pulling away from a float, through the no-wake zone and into open water, you can enjoy a running conversation that holds one’s attention rather than being distracted by the action taking place. Bill and I cruised on the Delaware River covering both the Pennsylvania and New Jersey shorelines. Our starting port was Riverside, NJ, (near Philadelphia). We were attending an Antique and Classic Boat Society event that included classic boats, classic cars, boat rides, food, and music: a full day of events and activities around boats and boating as well as collectible cars. With the V-8, the boat is very well balanced in getting on plane (high teens/ low 20s mph), as well as at cruising speed (say high twenties in mph) as Bill opened her up. The location of major weights and the lifting strakes on the 21-degree bottom was perfect. The legendary Bertram stories proved to be true. She runs sweet! 2700 rpm was a comfortable cruising speed. Everything was solid on the boat. The hull rode cleanly on top as she had at lower speeds. The wind cooled us on that warm day, which made our speed ideal. An old advertising slogan for the brand was, “The sun never sets on the Bertram Empire,” and this resto-mod 24 model certainly showed off her design lineage, along with her owner’s design talent, renovation expertise, and skippering abilities. # PropTalk.com September 2018 45
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e have compiled a PropTalk and reader-suggested list of some of the best dock bars in Bay Country so that you can make the most of the summer boating season. We’ve sorted the bars alphabetically by Upper (north of the Bay Bridge), Middle (Bay Bridge to Virginia line), and Lower Bay, but we understand that we may have missed a few. Always remember to take along a designated skipper/driver for your adventures, and if we missed your favorite spot, email email@example.com for inclusion. For links to restaurant websites, as well as an interactive dock bar map, click proptalk.com/dock-bars.
Hard Yacht Café Bear Creek, Anchor Bay East Marina 8500 Cove Road, Dundalk (443) 407-0038
Schaefer’s Canal House Back Creek 208 Bank Street, Chesapeake City (410) 885-7200
Island View Waterfront Café Browns Creek 2542 Island View Road, Essex (410) 687-9799
Seahorse Inn Oakleigh Cove 710 Wise Avenue, Dundalk (410) 388-1150
Brewer’s Landing Bar and Grill Back River 801 Woodrow Avenue, Essex (443) 231-5037
Jellyfish Joel’s Tiki Bar Fairlee Creek, Mears Great Oak Landing Marina, 22170 Great Oak Landing Road, Chestertown (410) 778-2101
The Seasoned Mariner Bear Creek 601 Wise Avenue, Dundalk (443) 242-7190
Broken Oar Bar and Grill Nabbs Creek, Nabbs Creek Marina 864 Nabbs Creek Road, Glen Burnie (443) 818-9070
Lee’s Landing Dock Bar Susquehanna River 600 Rowland Drive, Port Deposit (443) 747-4006
Carson’s Creekside Restaurant and Lounge Dark Head Creek 1110 Beech Drive, Middle River (410) 238-0080
Nauti-Goose Restaurant Northeast River 200 W Cherry Street, North East (410) 287-7880
The Beach Bar Curtis Creek 1750 Marley Avenue, Glen Burnie (410) 553-0600 The Boathouse Canton Patapsco River, Baltimore Marine Center’s Lighthouse Point Marina 2809 Boston Street, Baltimore (410) 773-9795
Chesapeake Inn Restaurant and Marina Back Creek 605 2nd Street, Chesapeake City (410) 885-2040 The Crazy Tuna Bar and Grille Hopkins Creek 203 Nanticoke Road, Essex (443) 559-9158 Dock of the Bay Miller’s Island 9025 Cuckold Point Road, Sparrows Point (410) 477-8100 Harbor House Restaurant Worton Creek, Worton Creek Marina 23141 Buck Neck Rd, Chestertown (410) 778-0669 Harbor Shack Rock Hall Harbor 20895 Bayside Avenue, Rock Hall (410) 639-9996 46 September 2018 PropTalk.com
Signals Caribbean Grille Sassafras River, Skipjack Cove Yachting Resort 150 Skipjack Road, Georgetown (410) 275-1352 Sue Island Grill and Crab House Sue Creek 900 Baltimore Yacht Club Road, Essex (410) 574-0009
Nick’s Fish House Middle Branch Patapsco 2600 Insulator Drive, Baltimore (410) 347-4123
Sunset Cove Frog Mortar Creek 3408 Red Rose Farm Road, Bowleys Quarters (410) 630-2031
Rams Head Dockside Furnace Creek 1702 Furnace Drive, Glen Burnie (410) 590-2280
Shanty Beach Bar Tolchester Marina 21085 Tolchester Beach Road, Chestertown (410) 778-1400
River Watch Restaurant and Marina Hopkins Creek 207 Nanticoke Road, Essex (410) 687-1422
Tidewater Grille Susquehanna River 300 Franklin Street, Havre de Grace (410) 939-3313
Row Boat Willie’s Dock Bar Miller’s Island 9031 Cuckold Point Road, Sparrows Point (410) 477-5137
Tiki Barge Baltimore Patapsco River 500 Harborview Drive, Baltimore (410) 246-6501
Rusty Scupper Restaurant and Bar Baltimore Harbor, Inner Harbor Marina 402 Key Highway, Baltimore (410) 727-3678
Waterman’s Crab House Restaurant and Dock Bar Rock Hall Harbor 21055 W Sharp Street, Rock Hall (410) 639-2261
MIDDLE BAY Abner’s Crab House and Marina Fishing Creek 3748 Harbor Road, Chesapeake Beach (410) 257-3689 Angler’s Seafood Bar & Grill Back Creek 275 Lore Road, Solomons (410) 326-2772 Annie’s Paramount Steak and Seafood House Kent Narrows 500 Kent Narrow Way N, Grasonville (410) 827-7103 Big Mary’s Dock Bar West River, The Inn at Pirate’s Cove 4817 Riverside Drive, Galesville (410) 867-2300 Big Owl Tiki Bar Kent Narrows 3199 Kent Narrow Way S, Grasonville (410) 827-6523 Blue Point Provision Company Choptank River, Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay 100 Heron Blvd, Cambridge (410) 901-6410 Boardwalk Café Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa 4003 Carousel Way, Chesapeake Beach (410) 257-2735 The Boathouse at Anchored Inn Rockhold Creek, Hidden Harbour Marina 604 Cabana Blvd., Deale (410) 867-9668
Cantler’s Riverside Inn Mill Creek 458 Forest Beach Road, Annapolis (410) 757-1311
Dockside Restaurant and Sports Bar Rockhold Creek 421 Deale Road, Tracys Landing (410) 867-1138
Capsize OXMD Town Creek 314 Tilghman Street, Oxford (410) 226-5900
Dockside Restaurant and Tiki Bar Monroe Creek 1787 Castlewood Drive, Colonial Beach, VA (804) 224-8726
Capt. Tyler’s Crab House Somers Cove 923 Spruce Street, Crisfield (410) 968-1131
Drift Inn Crab House Patuxent River 41310 Riverview Road, Mechanicsville (301) 884-3470
Charles Street Brasserie Back Creek 120 Charles Street, Solomons (443) 404-5332
Fisherman’s Inn Kent Narrows, Fisherman’s Marina 3116 Main Street, Grasonville (410) 827-8807
Cheshire Crab Restaurant Bodkin Creek, Pleasure Cove Marina 1701 Poplar Ridge Road, Pasadena (410) 360-2220
Fitzies Marina Restaurant and Pub Breton Bay 21540 Joe Hazel Road, Leonardtown (301) 475-1913
Courtney’s Seafood Restaurant Smith Creek 48290 Wynne Road, Ridge (301) 872-4403
Foxy’s Harbor Grille Miles River 125 Mulberry Street, St. Michaels (410) 745-4340
The Crab Claw Restaurant Miles River 304 Mill Street, St. Michaels (410) 745-2900
Happy Harbor Restaurant Rockhold Creek 533 Deale Road, Deale (410) 867-0949
Deep Creek Restaurant and Marina Deep Creek 1050 Deep Creek Avenue, Arnold (410) 757-4045
Harris Crab House Kent Narrows 433 Kent Narrow Way N, Grasonville (410) 827-9500
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DOCK BAR GUIDE (cont.) Hemingway’s Restaurant Bay Bridge Marina 357 Pier 1 Road, Stevensville (410) 604-0999 Hidden Harbour Café Back Creek 14755 Dowell Road, Dowell (410) 326-1100 The Island Hideaway Back Creek 14556 Solomons Island Road S, Solomons (410) 449-6382 The Jetty Restaurant and Dock Bar Wells Cove 201 Wells Cove Road, Grasonville (410) 827-4959 Kentmorr Restaurant and Crab House Kentmorr Marina 910 Kentmorr Road, Stevensville (410) 643-2263 Ketch 22 Herrington Harbour South 7153 Lake Shore Drive, North Beach, MD (443) 646-5205 The Lighthouse Restaurant and Dock Bar Back Creek 14636 Solomons Island Road S, Solomons (410) 231-2256 Madigan’s Waterfront Occoquan River 201 Mill Street, Occoquan, VA (703) 494-6373 Mike’s Crab House South River 3030 Riva Road, Riva (410) 956-2784 Mike’s Crab House North Rock Creek, White Rocks Marina 1402 Colony Road, Pasadena (410) 255-7946 Morris Point Restaurant Saint Clements Bay 38869 Morris Point Road, Abell, MD (301) 769-2500 Palm Beach Willies Floating Dock Bar and Grill Slaughter Creek 638 Taylors Island Road, Taylors Island (410) 221-5111 The Pier Restaurant and River Bar Patuxent River 14575 Solomons Island Road S, Solomons (410) 449-8406 The Pier Oyster Bar and Grill South River 48 South River Road S, Edgewater (443) 837-6057 Pirate’s Cove Restaurant West River, Pirates Cove Marina 4817 Riverside Drive, Galesville (410) 867-2300
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##Tim’s Restaurant and Crab House at Coles Point Marina in Hague, VA. Photo courtesy Coles Point
The Point Crab House and Grill Mill Creek, Ferry Point Marina 700 Mill Creek Road, Arnold (410) 544-5448
Snappers Waterfront Café Cambridge Creek 112 Commerce Street, Cambridge (410) 228-0112
Portside Seafood Restaurant Cambridge Creek 201 Trenton St., Cambridge, MD (410) 228-9007
St. Michaels Crab and Steak House Miles River 305 Mulberry Street, St. Michaels (410) 745-3737
Pusser’s Caribbean Grille Ego Alley 80 Compromise Street, Annapolis (410) 626-0004
Stoney’s Kingfishers Seafood Bar and Grill Back Creek 14442 Solomons Island Road S, Solomons (410) 394-0236
Red Eye’s Dock Bar Kent Narrows, Mears Point Marina 428 Kent Narrow Way N, Grasonville (410) 827-3937
Stoney’s Seafood House at Broomes Island Island Creek 3939 Oyster House Road, Broomes Island (410) 586-1888
Reluctant Navigator Restaurant Herring Creek, Tall Timbers Marina 18521 Herring Creek Road, Tall Timbers (301) 994-1508
Stoney’s Seafood House at Clarke’s Landing Cuckold Creek 24580 Clarke’s Landing Lane, Hollywood (301) 373-3986
Riverside Bistro Carthagena Creek, Dennis Point Marina 46555 Dennis Point Way, Drayden (301) 994-2233
Suicide Bridge Restaurant Cabin Creek 6304 Suicide Bridge Road, Hurlock, MD (410) 943-4689
Ruddy Duck Seafood and Ale House St. Mary’s River 16810 Piney Point Road, Piney Point (301) 994-9944
Sunset Cove Waterfront Restaurant and Snorkel’s Bar Smith Creek 16244 Millers Wharf Road, Ridge (301) 872-5020
Sam’s on the Waterfront Severn River, Chesapeake Harbour Marina 2020 Chesapeake Harbour Drive E, Annapolis (410) 263-3600 Sandgates Inn Restaurant and Crab House Patuxent River 27525 N Sandgates Road, Mechanicsville (301) 373-5100 Sea Breeze Restaurant and Crab House Patuxent River 27130 S Sandgates Road, Mechanicsville (301) 373-5217 Skipper’s Pier Restaurant and Dock Bar Rockhold Creek 6158 Drum Point Road, Deale (410) 867-7110
Tim’s II at Fairview Restaurant and Crabhouse Potomac River 5411 Pavilion Drive, King George, VA (540) 775-7500 Tim’s Restaurant and Crabhouse Potomac River, Coles Point Marina 190 Plantation Drive, Hague, VA (804) 472-4011 Tim’s Rivershore Restaurant and Crabhouse Potomac River 1510 Cherry Hill Road, Dumfries, VA (703) 441-1375
Thursday’s Steak and Crabhouse West River 4851 Riverside Drive, Galesville (410) 867-7200
Lead Bellys Restaurant Cockrell Creek, Fairport Marina 253 Polly Cove Road, Reedville (804) 453-5002
Vera’s White Sands Beach Club Restaurant and Marina St. Leonard Creek, 1200 White Sands Drive, Lusby (410) 586-1182
Mallards at the Wharf South Branch Onancock Creek 2 Market Street, Onancock (757) 787-8558
The Wharf Ferry Cove, Lowes Wharf Marina 21651 Lowes Wharf Road, Sherwood (410) 745-6684
LOWER BAY Capt. E’s Hurricane Grill and Tiki Bar Starling Creek 9104 Starling Creek Road, Saxis (757) 854-0807 Chicks Oyster Bar Wolfsnare Creek 2143 Vista Circle, Virginia Beach (757) 481-5757 Cutty Sark Marina Restaurant Little Creek 4707 Pretty Lake Avenue, Norfolk (757) 362-2942 Dockside Seafood and Fishing Center Wolfsnare Creek 3311 Shore Drive, Virginia Beach (757) 481-4545
Marker 12 Pop-Up Bar Mile Marker 12 on the ICW, Atlantic Yacht Basin 2615 Basin Road, Chesapeake (757) 296-3404 One Fish Two Fish Wolfsnare Creek, Long Bay Pointe Marina 2109 W Great Neck Road #102, Virginia Beach (757) 496-4350 The Oyster Farm at Kings Creek Kings Creek, Oyster Farm Marina 500 Marina Village Circle, Cape Charles (757) 331-8660 Restaurant at Smithfield Station Pagan River, Smithfield Station Marina 415 S Church Street, Smithfield (757) 357-7700 Rudee’s Restaurant and Cabana Bar Lake Rudee 227 Mediterranean Avenue, Virginia Beach (757) 425-1777
The Shanty 33 Marina Rd., Cape Charles, VA (757) 695-3853 Surf Rider Blue Water Sunset Creek 1 Marina Road, Hampton (757) 723-9366 Surf Rider Marina Shores Long Creek 2100 Marina Shores Drive, Virginia Beach (757) 481-5646 Surf Rider Poquoson White House Cove 105 Rens Road, Poquoson (757) 868-0080 The Tides Inn Carters Creek, The Tides Inn Marina 480 King Carter Drive, Irvington (844) 244-9486 Tommy’s Restaurant Crockrell Creek 729 Main Street, Reedville (804) 453-4666 Windows on the Water Café Myer Creek, Yankee Point Marina 1303 Oak Hill Road, Lancaster (804) 462-7635
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Cocktail Class Wooden Boat Racing Association
Kent Island Yacht Club Regatta By Charlie Iliff
ust as forecast, it was raining. So why were a bunch of people smiling and laughing as they rigged a bunch of little outboard boats at Kent Island Yacht Club (KIYC)? It wasn’t as big a group as might have been there if it were sunny, but almost on schedule Lee Edmonds inspected boats which didn’t have 2018 safety stickers; someone passed around a box of doughnuts, and Kim Shubert divided the entrants into the various classes in the CCWBRA book. (That’s the Cocktail Class Wooden Boat Racing Association. Just short of eight feet long, the boats race with 8-hp and 6-hp motors.) Commodore Grand Poobah Keith Carew conducted the mandatory drivers’ meeting, with course diagram and safety briefing by Pete Urbani, and the boats hit the water. Racing was close and fast, despite the rain. There were close finishes in a number of classes, with some new competitors improving in each heat race, leading to predictions of even better performance with increasing experience and better weather. The spectators’ attention, however, became focused on two of the most experienced racers.
Russ Bowler, driving Flying Kiwi, and Art Gompf, in Snafu apparently decided that NASCAR tactics could be employed in Cocktail Class Skuas. Rub and bump incidents are clearly prohibited and penalties are harsh, but Russ and Art managed to get together not once, but twice. There were no personal injuries, but Art’s boat will need a bit of patching before Nationals August 18 at Rock Hall Yacht Club. As usual, KIYC’s hospitality was wonderful. Lunch was served inside, and a number of racers, crew, and spectators repaired to the bar afterward to watch the continuing rain through the windows and debate whether Art’s boat is so fast because of his secret ingredient: Marvel Mystery Oil in his fuel. And someone noticed what was playing on the television above the bar. It was women’s rugby, with the US team playing the New Zealanders. And there they were again: transplanted New Zealander Bowler explaining the difference between a try and a touchdown to his sometime nemesis Gompf and proposing a high-dollar bet on the outcome. Actually, it was one dollar, which Russ claims to have won. On to Nationals.
##Russ Bowler (blue) in #40 and Art Gompf (yellow) in #1314 coming around a mark in rainy conditions. Photos by Paul Denbow
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Results 8 HP - Mixed 1. Art Gompf, 1314, SNAFU 2. Jeff Weeber, 1100, High Gravity 3. Russ Bowler, 40, Flying Kiwi Post ’79 - Women’s 1. Kaylie Jasinski, 67 Molotov 2. Christine Sanguinetti, 41, DRAM 3. Annaliesse Cantera, 114, Rolling Thyme Post ’79 - Heavy 1. Zachary Ditmars, 67, Molotov 2. Mike Serio, 1066, Battle of Hastings 3. Jeff Weeber, 1100, High Gravity Post ’79 - Mixed 1. Art Gompf, 1314, SNAFU 2. Nick Huber, 67, Molotov 3. John Sanguinetti, 41, DRAM Late Classic - Women’s 1. Kaylie Jasinski, 67, Molotov 2. Annaliesse Cantera, 114, Rolling Thyme Youth 2 - Late Classic 1. Frank Cantera, 115, Ball Breaker Late Classic - Heavy 1. Zachary Ditmars, 67, Molotov 2. Mike Serio, 1066, Battle of Hastings Late Classic - Mixed 1. Russ Bowler, 40, Flying Kiwi 2. Nick Huber, 67, Molotov 3. Benjamin Cantera, 113, Iceman
Thunder on the Choptank
he Kent Narrows Racing Associationâ€™s second annual Thunder on the Choptank race was held July 28-29 in Cambridge, MD. At the time of printing race results had not yet been published. This is an APBA-sanctioned race, so stay tuned for race results at apba.org. Photographer Dennis J. Falkowski (FareFoto) sent us these photos from the event. ##Thankfully the driver came out of this wreck okay.
##Photos by Dennis J. Falkowski (FareFoto)
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Racing News ##Tuffy Garrett in Swamp Rat races with Randy Silvers in Fiddler on the Bay and Rick Loheed in Muddy Oyster.
Smith Island Crab Skiff Association’s
Jeff Swanson Memorial Race Story and Photos by Paul Denbow
fter two weather-related race cancellations, the Smith Island Crab Skiff Association headed to Tall Timbers Marina July 14 with blue skies and warm weather greeting the racers. It was a bittersweet day as members of the Smith Island Crab Skiff Association gathered for the first event since the passing of Capt. Jeff Swanson. Members reminisced about Jeff and gave their support to Laurie Bradford. To honor Capt. Jeff, the event’s name was changed to the Jeff Swanson Memorial Race at Tall Timbers. After a meeting of the Captains and a systems checkout, it
was decided to let Capt. Jeff ’s skiff, the Twisted Oyster, race with John Mazuc at the controls. Six skiffs were on hand for this event including Muddy Oyster, Twisted Oyster, Slippery Eel, Fiddler on the Bay, Hot Crabs Cold Beer, and making its debut, Swamp Rat. If Swamp Rat looks somewhat familiar, it was previously campaigned as Shady Lady. Swamp Rat is now owned and captained by Carleton “Tuffy” Garrett out of Fredericksburg, VA. Race one was a handicap race with the slowest skiff starting up front. John Mazuc in Twisted Oyster led all the way
##Mike Porter in Slippery Eel, Randy Silvers in Fiddler on the Bay, and Pete Ginocchio in Hot Crabs Cold Beer race around turn 4.
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with no challengers. Race two was a NASCAR-style side-by-side start. John Mazuc jumped to an early lead, but near the end, Rick Loheed in Muddy Oyster was closing fast before he ran out of laps. The only casualty of the day was Pete Ginocchio’s Hot Crabs Cold Beer when the fuel pump ceased operating. A great time was had by all. See the Smith Island Crab Skiffs in action at the Kent Island Regatta on August 18 at the Kent Island Yacht Club. For more upcoming races, click to Facebook and search for Smith Island Crab Skiff Association.
##Jeff Swanson (1949-2018) at Tall Timbers 2017. Photos by Paul Denbow
##The Smith Island Crab Skiff Association remembers Capt. Jeff Swanson.
##Tuffy Garrett in Swamp Rat mixes it up with Mike Porter in Slippery Eel.
##John Mazuc in Twisted Oyster leads Rick Loheed in Muddy Oyster around turn 4 as they head for the finish.
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s we go to press in early August, it is beginning to look as if we might have a summer after all. After the soggy spring and a series of heat waves interrupted by monsoons, we are all looking forward to a quiet late summer and fall. It is somewhat traditional for boatshops to have a summer lull between the frantic commissioning season and the winter lay-up season. This year seems to be an exception.
s Rob Hardy from Composite Yacht in Trappe, MD, puts it, “There is no summer slump this year.” Probably one of the reasons that Rob’s shop is so busy is that he and his crew are completing three new models this summer. The custom CY55 project is moving forward one step at a time. The limited use foam hull mold being built by ATI in Virginia is complete, except for some final fairing and should be delivered to Rob’s Cambridge location and bolted together within the month. The CY46 hull is completed and is in 54 September 2018 PropTalk.com
the shop having electrical and plumbing systems installed. The Seakeeper stabilizer is ready for installation. The cabin and deck assemblies are being built and a system to allow easy access to the engines is being worked out. The CY34 is also out of the mold and is having her cockpit deck installed and a plug made for the express deck. Add to all this the frustration involved in trying to build an additional building and repowering a small surplus landing craft for the U.S. Veterans Fishing Adventures with a Suzuki 350, and it’s no wonder Rob doesn’t feel a slump.
oe Reid at Mast and Mallet in Edgewater, MD, sends us this newsy update. “Part of our indoor space is occupied by a Cape Dory Typhoon. This 18foot wonder of a sailboat, with a full keel and classic lines, is receiving a makeover inside and out. All hardware and teak wood are removed for cleaning and repairs to the gelcoat. Fresh paint is to be applied throughout. All teak wood trim will be replaced and the original bronze hardware reinstalled. Another classic in the shop is a 1956 Chris Craft Holiday model. It is in for new floors and vinyl
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##The Calvert Marine 1936 draketail departs for her annual haul out at Washburn’s Boat Yard in Solomons, MD. Shown here are shipwright George Surgent (L) and volunteer Ed Richard.
##The 32-foot side wheeler P Y Fubbs in the yard after a new engine installation at Gunther Marine in Edgewater, MD. Photo by Rick Franke
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flooring to be installed. Fresh varnish in the interior is to be applied. On a larger scale we are replacing a lower section of a main bulkhead on a DeFever Trawler which suffered from water saturation. All new ply and fiberglass to be coated with WEST epoxy. Anyone following our job on the Rhodes sailboat (on which) Mast and Mallet recaulked the foredeck and side decks can see that we’re rebuilding the aft deck to install new hatches and seating. Afterwards, new decking will complete the re-caulked deck job.” raci Cimini of the Calvert Marine Museum (CMM) in Solomons, MD, checks in with the following update: “The iconic Hooper Island draketail that was donated to CMM in 1989 by the son of the builder, Alpheus Sewell, went off for its annual refit at Washburn’s Boat Yard in June. Initially built at Broomes Island in 1936 for his son Clarence, the boat was used extensively for crabbing, oystering, eeling, and fishing on the Patuxent River until 1988. The draketail was rebuilt over the period of nearly 10 years by museum boatwrights Jack Krolak and George Surgent and volunteers. The venerable craft has been used extensively in museum educational programs and serves
##Tom Gunther explaining how the adjustable paddle wheels work at Gunther Marine in Edgewater. MD. Photo by Rick Franke
as a reminder of the unique Maryland marine heritage.” Shepherd is not a boat manufacturer name you hear much about in our area. The Shepherd Boat Company was founded in 1928 in St. Catherines, Ontario. While marketed primarily in Canada, after 1949 Shepherd began an aggressive sales campaign in the upper midwest states. The company was known for innovative design and well-constructed mahogany runabouts, offered in either direct drive or VEE drive configurations. In 1966 the company was sold to Trojan in Pennsylvania, and the name pretty much disappeared. Recently the company name has reappeared in Wisconsin and specializes in custom wooden runabouts. Dave Hannam’s report describes a Shepherd 17-footer, hull # 74. This is most likely one of the last wooden Shepherds to be built. ave Hannam with Classic Watercraft Restoration (CWR) in Annapolis reports on the extensive recovery of a classic wooden 1966 Shepherd Runabout 17-footer that actually sank on land! “Her water level had exceeded the exhaust manifolds at time of pump out. When left to dry out, this ole woody’s hull was well on her way to wracking, so CWR started to straighten her out, first by stripping the
inside and a very messy pressure wash job to remove two gallons of spilled oil. In addition, she has now been stripped of all exterior coatings, has had over 300 fasteners removed, counter sunk, and re-plugged again, all this to tighten up the wooden planks on her deck just get her stable again. Next up includes: re-seaming, staining, sealing, and lots of new varnish. I know, even wooden boats are supposed to be water tight—but the water needs to stay on the outside, not on the inside, next time!” hesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) Shipwright Joe Connor reports that final preparations are underway now on the restoration of Edna E. Lockwood, with the 1889 bugeye and National Historic Landmark set to relaunch in St. Michaels at CBMM’s OysterFest on Saturday, October 27. “This spring, Edna’s hull was finished and her whiskey plank installed. Since then, attention has turned to the deck where the main and cargo cabins have been rebuilt. Most of the deck planking was in good shape, so shipwrights only needed to replace roughly 12 feet of her king plank and less than 10 percent of her deck planks. The deck has been caulked (with oakum on cotton), and coats of paint are starting to build up. The hull has also
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A 1985 Marine Trader 43 having all her windows replaced at Phipps Boat Works at Herrington Harbour in Deale, MD. Photo by Rick Franke
been faired, and the first coats of paint applied. The outer stems on both bow and stern have been fabricated and installed.” “In the coming months, shipwrights and apprentices will be rebuilding the gammon knee (chicken beak), caulking planks, installing rudder, steering gear, stepping masts, and rigging. Above Edna’s log section sits two-inch yel-
A 1966 Shepherd runabout with a newly refastened deck at Classic Watercraft Restoration in Annapolis, MD.
low pine planking fastened to five-inch double-sawn white oak frames. The existing fasteners were steel square boat nails, which are very effective but not conducive to future restoration work as they are permanently installed. For this reason, it is common museum practice to fasten with Frearson head bronze screws for ease of maintenance.”
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A Grand Banks 48 ready for a barrier coat after a bottom peel and re-lamination at Osprey Marine Composites at Herrington Harbour North in Tracys Landing, MD. Photo by Rick Franke
“The team has been restoring CBMM’s queen of the fleet by replacing her nine-log hull, in adherence to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Historic Vessel Preservation, since 2016. Shipwright apprentices working on the project are generously supported by the Seip Family Foundation and the RPM Foundation. To learn more, visit ednalockwood.org or cbmm.org.”
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n the yard next to Gunther Marine in Edgewater, MD, sits a 32-foot side paddle wheeler that looks straight out of the 19th century. Tom Gunther explains, “This boat is not as simple as it appears. The smoke stack is a dummy, just for looks. She is actually powered by a diesel engine. We just installed a new 250-horsepower Cummins diesel in her. The diesel drives a
The Smith Brothers steel-hulled tug Captain Kenneth being prepped for soda blasting, a new barrier coat, and bottom paint at Osprey Marine Composites at Herrington Harbour North in Tracys landing, MD. Photo by Rick Franke
transmission with a shaft coming out either side. The shafts each drive a hydraulic pump. The pumps provide the pressure to the hubs to drive the paddle wheels. Even the paddle wheels are more complicated than they look. Each paddle is hinged and controlled by connecting rods connected to an off-center hub. As the wheels revolve, the off-center hub acts as a cam and adjusts
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the angle of each paddle to the surface of the water, so the descending paddle strikes the water at the correct angle to produce drive, rather than slapping down flat. Pretty neat. I understand that down somewhere on the Mississippi where these boats are built they race them.” That’s it for this month. Enjoy the rest of the summer. ■
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7 AM 03:17 5 PM 09:38 6 PM 02:40 7 PM 08:50
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7 AM 04:04 0 PM 10:29 4 PM 03:32 09:37 5 AM 04:45 3 AM 11:12 1 PM 04:20 7 PM 10:22 0 AM 05:23 7 AM 11:51 0 PM 05:05 8 PM 11:05 4 AM 05:59 9 AM 12:27 8 PM 05:49 8 PM 11:47 8 AM 06:33 2 AM 01:03 5 PM 06:32 6 PM
1.8 AM 0.6 AM 1.3 PM PM 0.5 AM 1.8 AM 0.6 PM 1.4 PM 0.5 AM 1.8 AM 0.6 PM 1.4 PM 0.6 AM 1.8 PM 0.5 PM 1.5 PM 0.6 AM 1.8 PM 0.5 PM 1.6
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2 AM 12:28 6 AM 07:06 4 PM 01:38 6 PM 07:15
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1 AM 01:10 3 AM 07:38 3 PM 02:14 7 PM 07:58
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0.4 21 1.6 52 0.5 12 1.2 52
5 AM 01:52 3 AM 08:10 6 PM 02:49 3 PM 08:43
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September 2018 Tides
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Height TimeTime Height
ft cmft cm cm
05:22 PM05:01 0.4 PM Su 12:18 PM05:51 1.3 PM Su 0.312 9 04:08 M -0.2 9 W 03:25 PM 0.4 12 Th PM 0.3 40 PM PM 0.4 1.6 12 49 82 10:50 09:3111:20 PM PM 1.3 2.740 ◐ 06:20
08:49Tu AM12:42 0.8 PM 24 11:59 AM05:43 1.4 PM 2.9 9 M 0.412 12 Th 04:02 PM 0.4 43 F 04:56 PM 0.3 37 M 01:15 PM06:51 1.2 PM 06:06 PM11:59 0.4 PM 0.0 2.643 07:12 79 11:51 10:21 PM 1.4 12 PM PM 0.5 1.6 15 49
2.624 0.340 88 Th 12:38 Su 04:51 PM PM 0.3 2.7 9 0 11:4606:46 PM 0.5 PM 1.7 52
AM AM 1.6 17 01:26 17 9 12:11 06:2707:37 AM AM 0.8
88 06:11 3 12:49 AM AM 0.8 3 -3 11:0007:02 AM AM 1.2 88 F 01:24 M 05:45 PM PM 0.3 3 07:40 PM
76 AM 18 02:22 18 9 01:09 08:30 AM 82 07:26 Sa 03:02 Tu 12:34 PM 15 ◐ 09:34 06:55 PM
12:39 2.521 76 19 01:58 AM 2.6 79 4 01:37 AM 01:55 2.0 AM 4AM06:56 05:24 AM 0.7 61 03:19 AM08:14 1.8 AM AM 1.6 55 AM AM 1.7 4 19 19 0.340 9 12:53 0.049 40 12:4907:50 09:31 AM AM 0.7 AM 10:34 1.3 21 10:38 AM AM 0.7 0.8 21 24 07:03 07:18 AM 0.8
82 F 02:04 PM M 11:34 AM 1.2 15 06:0008:31 PM PM 0.4 AM 1.6 AM 0.8 PM 1.2 PM 0.4
W 2.4 9 73 Th 02:40 PM 2.9 02:00 PM01:12 1.3 PM Sa 05:25 PM 0.3 40 PM PM 1.2 PM Su 12:13 1.2 37 0.337 0.5 W 03:18 15 08:00 PM07:16 0.4 PM 12 ◐PM09:00 09:13 0.6 0.3 18 ◑ 06:38 PM 9
2.4 0.352 88 Sa 02:15 PM 2.824 Tu 12:08 PM 1.2 9 ◑ 08:38 PM 0.537 06:46 PM 0.3 9
AM AM 1.6 19 03:23 19 9 02:03 08:2009:27 AM AM 0.8
Th 2.5 76 F 03:41 PM 2.8 03:07 PM01:59 1.3 PM Th 04:16 PM PM 1.3 1.1 40 34 Su 11:24 AM 1.2 40 M 01:10 0.537 15 09:09 PM08:10 0.4 PM 0.3 9 PM10:05 0.6 PM 06:14 PM 0.3 12 9 10:13 07:30 PM 0.3 18
2.455 0.324 85 Su 03:13 W 01:22 PM PM 1.2 2.937 9 07:4909:42 PM 0.4 PM 0.3 9
73 02:5204:27 AM AM 1.6 20 10:24 20 9 09:09 AM AM 0.7
FPM02:51 2.6 04:13 1.3 PM F M 12:23 PM 1.2 40 0.437 10:20 0.4 PM ◑PM09:09 07:07 PM 0.2 12 6
2.355 0.221 85 M 04:15 Th 02:35 PM PM 1.2 3.037 12 08:5210:46 PM 0.3 PM 0.3 9
01:22 2.4 73 20 02:57 AM 2.4 02:57 2.0 AM 73 01:52 5AM07:40 5 02:31 04:12 AM AM 1.7 1.7 52 52 5 12:14 AM 1.5 61 AM AM 1.8 20 20 5 0.346 9 01:52 10:32 AM AM 0.7 AM 0.124 3 08:2308:45 AM09:09 0.7 AM 06:30 0.8 21 24 11:22 08:07 AM 0.8 21 AM AM 0.8 02:11 2.3 70 21 04:00 AM 2.3 03:59 2.0 AM 70 02:52 6AM08:28 6 03:33 04:58 AM AM 1.7 1.7 52 52 6 01:14 AM 1.6 61 AM AM 1.8 21 21 6 0.249 6 02:46 11:26 AM AM 0.6 AM 0.224 6 09:2209:45 AM10:04 0.6 AM 07:38 0.8 18 24 11:59 09:04 AM 0.8 18 AM AM 0.7 79 Sa 04:41 PM 2.8 05:09 PM PM 1.3 1.1 40 34 Tu 02:07 12 0.412 11:09 PM11:06 0.6 PM 08:22 PM 0.4 18
04:59 AM03:05 2.0 AM 2.352 05:39 70 03:33 2.252 7PM 22 AM05:02 1.7 AM 02:14 AM 1.7 61 AM 1.7 52 22 22 7 12:15 0.5 AM 09:20 0.221 6 09:53 0.324 12:32 PM10:57 0.6 AM 08:43 AM 0.7 15 AM 0.8 18 05:15 PM03:46 1.4 PM Sa 2.734 82 Su 2.834 Sa 05:57 PM05:36 1.4 PM Tu 01:30 PM 1.1 43 W 03:02 PM 1.1 43 11:28 PM10:10 0.3 PM 0.3 6 11:59 9 09:11 PM PM 0.6 0.4 18 12 08:05 PM 0.2 9 12:01 AM 0.4 23 05:56 AM04:03 2.0 AM 2.355 06:16 70 04:16 8 8 8PM AM05:59 1.7 AM 52 03:12 AM 1.8 61 AM 1.7 52 2.252 23 23 0.5 AM 10:15 0.121 3 10:35 01:02 PM11:48 0.5 AM 21 01:00 09:44 AM 0.7 15 AM 0.7 15 M 0.321 Sa 06:14 PM 1.6 49 Su 04:44 PM 2.9 88 Su 06:40 PM06:26 1.5 PM 34 W 02:40 PM 1.1 34 Th 03:54 PM 1.2 46 37 2.8 6 09:59 PM 0.4 9 09:0311:10 PM PM 0.2 0.2 6 12 12:32 AM05:05 0.3 AM 9 12:50 AM 0.3 9 24 12:47 AM AM 0.6 1.7 18 52 2.358 70 04:53 24 9AM11:11 52 9 04:08 AM 1.9 61 06:48 2.0 AM 06:50 AM 2.2 06:51 AM AM 1.7 0.7 52 21 0.018 24 0 11:14 21 10:40 AM 0.6 12 Su 01:42 PM05:43 0.4 PM Tu 0.3 PM12:36 0.5 PM M 3.1 M 01:31 94 34 Th 03:47 F 04:42 PM 1.2 15 PM PM 1.7 1.2 52 37 07:20 2.937 ● 07:09 PM07:11 1.6 PM 9 10:02 PM 0.2 6 10:44 PM 0.4 49 12 0.0 0 25 0.3 01:3310 AM12:09 0.3 AM 9 10 10 01:32 AM01:34 0.6 AM 25 25 52 05:01 AM 1.9 58 AM 1.7 18 2.458 73 05:28 2.352 07:37 AM06:07 1.9 AM 07:25 AM07:34 1.7 AM 18 11:31 AM 0.6 12 AM 0.6 52 Tu -0.118 -3 11:50 W 01:20 PM 0.318 M 02:22 PM12:08 0.4 PM Tu 01:59 PM 0.4 12 34 08:03 F 04:51 PM 1.2 55 Sa 05:2707:52 PM PM 1.3 2.940 3.337 101 PM06:41 1.8 PM PM PM 1.6 0.4 49 ○ 9 11:01 PM 0.2 6 07:59 11:27 12 -0.1 -3 26 02:12 AM 0.3 02:3111 AM01:06 0.4 AM 12 11 02:18 AM08:15 0.6 AM 26 26 52 11 05:51 AM 1.9 55 AM 1.7 18 2.558 76 06:01 2.452 08:23 AM07:07 1.8 AM AM02:02 1.6 PM 18 12:20 PM 0.5 12 PM 0.5 49 W -0.315 08:00 -9 12:26 Th 0.315 Tu 03:01 PM01:05 0.4 PM W 104 02:28 PM08:31 0.4 PM 34 08:55 Sa 05:52 PM 1.3 55 Su 06:10 PM 1.3 12 3.440 2.940 PM07:38 1.8 PM PM 1.7 52 9 ● 11:58 PM 0.2 6 08:37 ○
-0.3 -9 27 02:49 AM 0.2 03:3012 AM02:01 0.5 AM 15 12 09:08 03:07 AM08:53 0.6 AM 27 27 52 2.758 82 12:09 2.415 06:39 AM 1.9 52 AM 0.5 18 AM08:05 1.7 AM 12 01:06 08:36 1.6 PM 18 Th -12 FAM02:41 0.352 PM 0.4 -0.4 06:33 AM 1.7 49 W 03:39 PM02:02 0.3 PM 9 12 Th 02:57 PM09:07 0.3 PM 34 09:47 3.543 107 2.915 Su 06:52 PM 1.4 58 M 01:00 PM 0.5 9 PM08:33 1.9 PM ○ 09:16 PM PM 1.8 1.4 55 43 9 06:52 -0.4 -12 28 03:23 AM 0.2 04:29 AM02:55 0.6 AM 18 13 13 03:58 AM 0.6 18 12:55 AM 0.3 9 2.828 28 85 12:5109:29 52 13 AM AM 0.5 2.515 09:52 AM09:01 1.6 AM 09:16 AM AM 1.5 1.6 46 07:26 AM 1.8 49 FPM02:58 -0.455 -12 15 07:05 Th 04:17 0.3 PM Sa 0.349 F 107 03:29 PM03:19 0.3 PM M 01:51 PM 0.4 9 3.512 37 10:40 Tu 01:35 PM 0.5 9 1.9 PM ●PM09:27 09:43 PM 2.915 PM 1.9 07:51 PM 1.5 58 46 09:58 07:34 PM 1.4 58 43 05:31 AM03:48 0.6 AM -0.412 -12 0.2 14 14 14 29 04:55 AM03:56 0.7 AM 12 01:53 AM 0.4 18 29 29 AM 0.6 21 AM09:56 1.5 AM 2.952 88 01:34 2.518 10:00 AM10:06 1.4 AM 52 10:38 08:11 AM 1.7 46 07:36 AM 1.6 43 F 04:55 PM03:55 0.4 PM Sa -0.4 Sa Su 03:57 PM 0.349 04:05 PM 0.3 9 15 Tu 02:36 PM 0.3 12 9 -12 W 02:0910:18 PM PM 0.4 2.812 PM10:21 1.9 PM 3.546 107 10:45 PM PM 1.9 1.5 58 37 11:33 08:49 PM 1.5 58 08:17 46 06:37 AM04:40 0.7 AM -0.415 -12 04:30 AM 21 0.2 15 15 15 30 05:57 AM 0.7 12 02:51 AM 0.5 21 30 02:2010:42 AM AM 0.6 2.618 11:26 AM 1.4 43 10:51 AM 2.9 88 30 AM AM 1.3 1.5 40 46 49 08:56 AM 1.6 49 10:49 Sa 05:35 PM04:52 0.4 PM Su -0.3 Su -9 08:09 M 0.3 PM04:36 0.3 PM 15 W 03:22 PM 0.3 12 9 04:48 Th 02:45 PM 0.4 9 2.812 11:36 PM10:53 1.9 PM 37 09:4911:14 PM PM 1.6 3.349 101 09:03 PM 1.5 58 46 05:04 AM 0.2 31 11:18 15 AM AM 0.7 2.621 31 03:09 49 08:43 AM PM 1.5 0.446 Tu 05:16 12 F 03:22 PM PM 0.4 11:28 2.712 dIFFEREnCEs Spring 40 09:52 PM 1.6 49
High Sharps Island Light –3:47 Havre de Grace +3:11 Sevenfoot Knoll Light –0:06 St Michaels, Miles River –2:14
Low –3:50 +3:30 –0:10 –1:58
H. Ht *1.18 *1.59 *0.82 *1.08
L. Ht Range *1.17 1.5 *1.59 1.9 *0.83 1.1 *1.08 1.4
67 03:49 7 04:39 AM AM 1.8 7 9 10:1610:47 AM AM 0.6 85 Tu 05:19 F 03:43 PM PM 1.3 09:5411:48 PM PM 0.3 12 05:46 AM 8 04:41 AM 1.8 67 8 11:50 AM AM 0.5 9 11:05 W 06:22 Sa 04:45 PM PM 1.4 85 10:53 PM 0.3 9 9 12:48 AM AM AM 1.8 67 05:3006:51 9 AM PM 0.5 9 11:51 Th 12:50 Su 05:4407:22 PM PM 1.5 88 ● 11:50 PM 0.3 9 10 01:43 AM 70 06:1607:50 AM AM 1.7 10 9 12:34 F 01:49 PM PM 0.4 88 M 06:3908:19 PM PM 1.6
2.455 0.118 3.240 0.2 9
h m 9 h m 07:48 knotsAM 0.6h m 18h m knots h 91 Su 04:06AM 02:17 PM 88 12:06AM 0.8F 01:12AM 12:42AM 12:12AM 1.2F2.9 04:54AM 1.1F 1.0F
-0.7EPM 0.7 12:24AM 03:00AM -0.6E 12:4 6 02:00AM 21 15 08:55 21 06:24AM 04:24AM 07:24AM ◐03:42AM 26 11 16 11 1 -0.5E 16 -0.8E 07:42AM 10:54AM -1.0E 08:24AM 11:42AM -1.0E 04:48AM 08:12AM 09:30AM1.1F 12:06PM 05:54AM 0.4F Sa 09:06AM 10:48AM0.7F 01:12PM 06:5 0.4F F 02:42PM 02:48PM 04:54PM 0.4F -0.7E 03:30PM 05:54PM 0.5F -0.7E 11:30AM -1.1E 12:12PM 03:24PM -0.8E 12:3 W Th Sa W Th 02:48PM 06:12PM 03:48PM 07:00PM 76 02:43 70 07:18PM 10:18PM -0.7E2.3 08:30PM 11:18PM 06:12PM 0.8FAM 06:48PM 09:48PM 0.7F -0.6E 07:0 17 ◑ 09:06PM 09:24PM 10:06PM 12 ● 08:46 AM 0.7 21
91 M 03:16 PM 2.8 85 12:48AM 0.9F 01:36AM 18 09:56 PM 24 7 03:00AM 22 01:06AM 04:54AM 1.3F0.8 02:00AM 05:36AM 1.1F 04:30AM 07:24AM -0.6E 05:18AM 08:24AM 12:12AM -0.7E 01:12AM 03:54AM -0.6E 10:48AM 01:12PM 0.4F 09:06AM 12:00PM 02:18PM 08:30AM 11:42AM -1.1E 06:54AM 12:24PM -1.0E 05:54AM 09:06AM 1.0F 09:48AM 0.6F Sa Su 76 03:47 AM 2.3 70 03:36PM 07:00PM -0.7E 04:48PM 07:54PM 03:30PM 05:48PM 0.5F 04:06PM 06:36PM 0.5F 18 12:18PM 03:30PM -1.1E 12:48PM 04:06PM -0.8E Th 12 10:06PM Th F 09:47 24 10:54PM0.8F F 08:18PM 11:12PM -0.7E0.8 09:18PM 06:54PM 10:00PM 0.9FAM 07:24PM 10:30PM 94 Tu 04:18 PM 2.8 85 ○ 15 10:53 PM 0.8 24 01:42AM 1.0F 02:30AM
02:00PM 04:00PM 0.4F -0.8E 05:06PM 0.5F -0.8E 05:30PM 06:06PM Tu cm W 02:48PM F Th 02:06PM Fcm 02:48PM h m -0.7E ft 08:48PM 09:12PM 06:24PM 09:30PM 10:30PM -0.6E Slack Maximum Slack07:42PM Sla 79 16 01:44 AM 2.4 73Maximum
8 04:00AM 05:24AM 08:24AM 01:54AM 05:36AM 01:18AM -0.7E 1.3F
-0.8E 01:4 17 12 0.4F 08:0
-0.7E 06:12AM 09:24AM 12:06AM -0.6E 02:06AM 04:48AM -0.6E 12:00PM 02:12PM 0.3F M70 01:06PM 03:18PM 2.5 07:00AM 76 04:51 AM Su 10:00AM 09:12AM 12:30PM -1.2E2.3 02:42AM 06:18AM 1.0F 0.8F 08:00AM 10:36AM 0.5F 04:30PM 07:48PM -0.6E 05:48PM 08:54PM 0.4 01:06PM 12 10:47 AM 0.8 24 04:12PM 06:36PM 0.6F 09:42AM 01:00PM 04:18PM 01:24PM 04:48PM -0.7E -1.0E 10:42PM-1.0E F 11:42PM Sa W F Sa
-0.7E 01:3 Su
1.1F -0.9E 02:4 0.4F 09:1 -0.6E
Station Depth: 13 ACT4996 28 18 ID: 3 Unknown 18 13 19 02:2 Source: NOAA/NOS/CO-OPS M 3.1 07:42PM 94 W 05:17 85 09:12PM 04:42PM 07:12PM 10:54PM 1.0FPM 2.8 08:00PM 11:18PM 0.8F 0.6F 08:3 0.4 Type: 11:42 PM 0.7 10:06PM 21 ● 12 Harmonic ◐ 1.1F Station 02:30AM 1.1F 03:24AM 9LST/LDT Baltim 06:12AM 09:18AM -0.8E 24 07:00AM 10:12AM -0.9E Time2.5 Zone: 67 5 04:24AM 04:25-0.4E AM 76 05:47 AM 01:06PM 03:06PM 0.3F Tu73 02:00PM 04:18PM 20 12:06AM -0.7E2.4 12:48AM -0.6E 0.4F 01:54AM 02:18AM 05:12AM -0.7E 03:00AM 05:48AM -0.6E M 18 10:32 0.6F AM 19 0.3 14 9 11:06AM 11:41 AM 21 05:24PM 08:36PM -0.6E 06:48PM 09:42PM 29 14 4 19 02:54AM 06:30AM 1.3F0.7 03:24AM 07:00AM 1.0F -0.6E 07:06AM 10:18AM 08:12AM 0.6F 09:12AM 11:36AM 0.4F 03:4 85 W 05:03 PM 3.2 98 Th 06:08 PM 2.8 85 01:00AM 03:30AM -0.4E 70 4 09:30AM 03:14 0.7F AM 06:06AM 15 09:24-0.9E AM 12:42PM 04:06PM 85 Tu 03:54 0.6F PM 07:42PM 10:36PM 18 10:28 PM
2.249 0.621 88 M 05:01 Th 02:34 PM PM 1.2 2.837 01:24PM 04:48PM -0.8E 11:30PM 10:00AM 01:12PM 10:18AM 01:36PM 01:54PM 05:12PM -0.9E -1.2E 02:12PM 05:30PM -0.7E -1.0E 10:2 12 08:4411:31 W15 18 Sa Su Su Tu 11:32 0.7F PM Th 0.3 Sa 9 11:48PM PM PM 0.5 0.6 04:54PM 07:24PM 05:18PM 07:54PM 0.6F 03:2 08:18PM 11:18PM 08:30PM 1.0F 0.7F 08:36PM 03:18AM 1.2F 10:48PM 12:30AM 04:12AM 09:3 1.1F ◐ ◑ 0.6 10:12PM 70 03:3505:28 12:25 AM 18 10 25 21 07:00AM 10:12AM -0.9E 07:48AM 11:00AM -1.0E 82 AM AM 1.6 2.249 67 6 05:35 AM 2.7 21 11:19 21 6 09:52 06:34 AM 2.6 02:00PM 04:00PM 0.4F W79 02:48PM 05:06PM 0.5F 11:38 AM 0.2 6 AM AM 0.7 0.621 18 Tu 01:00AM -0.7E0.6 01:30AM -0.6E -0.6E 91 F06:24PM 12:28 PM 18 05:24AM 06:18AM -0.7E 12:12AM 0.9F 09:30PM -0.7E 07:42PM 10:30PM Tu 05:55 85 Th 06:09-0.5E PM 3.4 03:24AM 104 F 03:29 PM PM 1.3 2.840 02:48AM 03:48AM 07:18AM 1.2F2.9 04:12AM 07:36AM 09:30AM 12:06PM 0.5FPM 03:54AM 06:48AM -0.7E 0.9F 04:4 9 09:34 PM 0.5 06:52 88 15 08:12AM 11:12AM 0.5F 10:42AM 02:00PM 10:54AM 02:12PM 05:30PM -0.8E F 02:48PM 06:06PM -0.8E -1.2E 10:24AM 12:36PM 0.3F -1.0E 11:3 Su Th 02:06PM Su M M W Slack Maximum Slack Maximum Slack Maximum 05:30PM 08:12PM 0.8F 05:48PM 08:30PM 0.6F 04:2 08:48PM 09:12PM 03:00PM 06:18PM 12:12AM 04:06AM 1.2F 01:12AM-0.6E 04:54AM 1.1F 73 04:13 3 22 01:02 AM 0.5 15 22 12:20 AM AM 1.6 0.649 18 7 12:31 AM 0.1 22 11:12PM 11:36PM 11 26 09:18PM 10:2 07:42AM 10:54AM -1.0E 08:24AM 11:42AM -1.0E 3 10:3106:21 AM 2.3 70 06:40 AM 2.9 88 07:15 AM 2.7 82 h m h m knots h m 02:48PM h m 04:54PM knots 0.4F h m 03:30PM h m 05:54PM knots 0.5F AM 0.6 18 98 W 12:10 PM -0.5E 0.0 0 Sa 01:11 PM 15 W Th Sa 04:19 PM PM 1.3 0.540 15 F 12:41 01:48AM 02:00AM -0.7E0.5 12:24AM 03:00AM -0.6E -0.6E 07:18PM 10:18PM -0.7E 08:30PM 11:18PM 6 10:2106:43 07:09 PM 0.9F 3.5 107 07:31 88 02:18AM 12:06AM 0.8F 12:42AM 1.0FPM 01:00AM 1.0F -0.6E PM PM 0.5 2.915 88 04:24AM 08:00AM 04:48AM 08:12AM 1.1F2.9 05:54AM 09:06AM 0.7F 05:00AM 08:18AM 0.8F 05:4 03:42AM 06:24AM -0.5E -1.0E 04:24AM 07:24AM -0.8E -1.1E 04:48AM 07:54AM -0.7E -0.8E 11:24AM 02:48PM 02:42PM 12:12PM 03:24PM Su M 11:30AM W 11:30AM Th 02:48PM 09:30AM 12:06PM 0.4F 0.4FAM 11:36AM 01:42PM 0.3F -0.9E 76 04:49 01:03 AM 0.5 15 06:30PM 01:26 AM Sa 0.0 10:48AM 0 01:12PM 01:37 0.4 12 Tu F M Tu 09:06PM 0.6F 06:12PM 09:06PM 0.8F 06:48PM 09:48PM 0.7F 12:3 23 8 23 AM 1.6 49 01:06AM 04:54AM 1.3F 02:00AM 05:36AM 1.1F 23 06:18PM 09:12PM 02:48PM 06:12PM -0.7EAM 2.9 03:54PM 07:12PM -0.6E 0.7F 05:3 0 11:0807:06 73 07:38-0.7E AM 3.1 03:48PM 94 07:53 88 1207:00PM 08:30AM 11:42AM -1.1E 27 09:06AM 12:24PM -1.0E AM AM 0.5 2.4 ◑15 09:24PM 10:06PM 10:06PM 11:1 101 Th 12:56 PM 0.5 15 Sa 01:39 PM -0.1 -3 Su 01:51 PM 0.4 12 03:30PM 05:48PM 0.5F F 04:06PM 06:36PM 0.5F Su 05:05 PM 1.4 43 Th 08:04 PM 3.5 107 08:08 PM 3.0 91 09:18PM 08:18PM 11:12PM 11:0607:26 PM PM 0.5 2.915 88 12:06AM 02:36AM -0.4E 12:12AM 03:00AM -0.7E -0.7E ○ 01:12AM 03:54AM -0.6E 12:48AM 0.9F 0.8F 01:36AM 1.1F 1.0F 01:54AM 1.1F 0.6F 05:12AM 08:42AM 05:54AM 09:06AM 06:54AM 09:48AM 0 01:41 AM 0.449 04:30AM 12 12:00PM 02:16 AM -1.0E -0.1 05:18AM -3 02:11 0.3 9 07:24AM -0.6E 08:24AM -0.8EAM 05:42AM 08:48AM -0.8E -0.8E 06:3 24 9 24 03:24PM 12:18PM 03:30PM -1.1E 12:48PM 04:06PM 05:23 AM 1.6 82 M79 Tu Th F 24 11:4407:47 10:48AM 01:12PM 0.4F 12:00PM 02:18PM 0.4F 12:42PM 02:42PM 0.3F 01:2 AM 2.6 08:32 AM 3.3 101 08:30 AM 3.0 91 01:54AM 05:36AM 1.3F 12:06AM Disclaimer: These data are based upon the latest information Sa Su Tu W 07:06PM 09:48PM 0.6F 06:54PM 10:00PM 0.9F 07:24PM 10:30PM 0.8F -0.6E AM 0.5 15 -3 F 01:38 1307:54PM 28 09:12AM 12:30PM -1.2E 02:42AM-0.6E 06:18AM 06:3 1.0F 07:00PM -0.7E 05:00PM 08:12PM 12 Su 02:35-0.7E PM -0.2 04:48PM -6 M 02:30 PM 0.4 12 M 05:48 PM PM 1.4 0.443 03:36PM 107 04:12PM 06:36PM 0.6F 11:00PM 107 91 ● 08:55 PM 3.5 10:54PM 08:43 PMNov 3.0 F Sa91 09:42AM Generated on: Wed 15 19:36:12 UTC01:00PM 2017 -1.0E 11:5008:04 PM PM 0.5 3.015 10:06PM
02:37 AM -0.3 -9 02:49 26 09:01 3.012 26 91 12:34 AM 9 Sa 02:46 PM -0.352 -9 06:29 AM Su 02:56 Tu 01:17 PM 0.3 9 110 88 ● 09:12 PM 3.6 W 12:5409:15 PM ○ 07:33 PM 1.6 49 07:10 PM 6 12 03:28 AM -0.3 -9 03:22 AM 0.5 15 27 12 73 01:4109:40 01:19 AM AM 3.2 98 27 09:37 AM 1.6 49 9 07:43 AM Su 03:42 -9 07:02 M 03:33 W 02:00 PM PM 0.3 -0.3 9 Th 88 01:30 PM 10:04 PM 3.5 107 08:27 PM 1.7 52 07:5309:49 PM 6 02:36 04:18 AM -0.318 -9 13 03:55 AM 0.6 28 10:12 13 AM 76 08:2510:32 98 02:06 AM AM 1.5 3.246 28 AM 9 02:43 M 04:37 -6 07:37 Tu 04:11 Th PM PM 0.3 -0.2 9 F 02:06 PM 88 09:2110:54 PM PM 1.7 3.352 101 08:3910:24 PM 6 03:32 05:07 AM -0.218 -6 14 04:29 AM 0.6 29 10:48 14 AM 76 09:0711:24 98 02:57 AM AM 1.4 3.243 29 AM Tu 05:33 -3 08:15 W 04:51 F9 03:28 PM PM 0.3 -0.1 9 Sa 02:47 PM 85 10:1611:44 PM PM 1.7 3.152 94 09:2811:00 PM 6 04:28 05:56 AM -0.121 -3 15 05:06 AM 0.7 30 11:26 15 AM 79 09:5212:16 98 03:52 AM PM 1.3 3.240 30 AM 9 04:16 W 06:30 3 08:58 Th 05:34 Sa PM PM 0.3 0.1 9 Su 03:32 PM 85 11:12 PM 1.7 11:38 52 10:23 PM 6 05:45 31 12:07 79 12 F 06:22 82 dIFFEREnCEs
High Mtn Pt, Magothy River +1:24 Chesapeake Beach –1:14 Cedar Point –3:16 Point Lookout –3:48
ft cm cm h m ft 2.924 Slack 88 1 Maximum 12:22 AM 2.6 0.037 h 0m 06:30 AM 0.3 h m knots 3.112 94 Sa 12:54 PM 3.0 01:48AM 0.3 9 07:15-0.5E PM 0.5 04:24AM 08:00AM 0.9F 11:24AM 02:48PM -1.0E M Su 2.6 79 2 09:06PM 01:11 0.6F AM 2.5 49 06:30PM 0.224 6 07:21 AM 0.4 3.037 91 Su 01:47 PM 3.0 0.412 12 08:15 PM 0.6 12:06AM 02:36AM -0.4E 05:12AM 08:42AM 0.8F 2.449 12:00PM 73 3 03:24PM 02:08-1.0E AM 2.5 M24 12 0.4 08:19 0.6F AM Tu 0.4 07:06PM 09:48PM 2.937 88 M 02:48 PM 3.1 0.612 18 ◑ 09:21 PM 0.5
73 2.349 0.524 85 Tu Su 04:02 W 01:35 PM PM 1.2 2.8 37 15 07:5110:35 PM PM 0.4 0.612
2.555 0.015 3.343 9 0.0 2.755 -0.115 3.546 9 -0.2 -6 25 02:16 AM 2.952 25 88 05:56 08:25 PM -0.312 -9 12:19 Sa 02:18 Tu 06:29 PM 3.549 107 08:40
11 AM AM 0.4 11 73 12:4608:46 07:00 AM 1.7
ChEsApEAkE BAy BRIdgE TunnEL september 03:18AM 1.2F -0.5E 12:30AM 04:12AM 1.1F -0.7E 05:24AM 06:18AM 10 07:00AM 10:12AM -0.9E 25 07:48AM 11:00AM -1.0E 10 5 02:48AM 20 03:24AM Time July Height Time Height 08:12AM 11:12AM 0.5F 09:30AM 12:06PM 0.5F August
Height TimeTime Height
05:58 AM05:02 0.8 AM 12:27 AM05:33 1.9 AM 0.218 6 03:51 -0.418 -12 02:37 AM 0.6 24 AM 0.6 58 AM AM 0.7 16 16 1AM 16 1 05:40 1 1 04:04 11:08 1.5 AM AM11:46 0.8 AM 11:09 2.346 07:44 70 09:42 3.043 91 09:2111:57 08:43 AM 1.5 46 AM 1.4 24 AM AM 1.4
2.524 0.337 2.7 9 0.5
-0.7E Tu 1.0F -1.1E 06:54PM 10:00PM 0.9F
07:06AM 10:18AM 0.6F 02:00PM 08:12AM 11:06AM 0.6F 03:06PM 0.3F Tu 04:18PM 0.4F Th M 01:06PM 04:48PM 05:12PM Times and heights of high and Low01:24PM Waters W Th 01:54PM 05:24PM 08:36PM -0.6E -0.8E 06:48PM 09:42PM -0.6E -0.9E 08:18PM 11:18PM 0.7F 08:30PM 11:48PM 1.0F 11:30PM ◐ Times a
ft cm cm h mh m ft 0.221 16 6 05:27 AM AM 0.8 16 12:34 2.643 79 10:4006:46 AM AM 1.2 -6 04:04 W 05:59 Th 01:09 Sa PM PM 0.4 0.412 12 Su 05:06 PM PM 0.4 07:29 PM 10:46 PM 1.6 49 ◐ h
AnnApOLIs August september
TimeTimeTime Height Height Height TimeTimeTime Height Height Height
01:42AM 1.0F 02:30AM 1.1F 8 05:24AM 23 8 08:24AM -0.7E 09:24AM -0.9E -0.7E Station ID: ACT4996 Depth: Unknown 03:30AM -0.4E 06:12AM 04:00AM 12:00PM 02:12PM 0.3F M 03:18PM 0.4F W 3 01:00AM 18 01:18AM 06:06AM 09:30AM 0.7F 01:06PM 07:00AM 10:00AM 0.8F Su Source: NOAA/NOS/CO-OPS 04:30PM 07:48PM -0.6E -0.9E 05:48PM 08:54PM -0.6E -1.0E 12:42PM 04:06PM 01:06PM 04:18PM Tu W nOAA Tide predictions 10:42PM 07:42PM 10:36PM 0.6F 11:42PM 07:42PM 10:54PM 1.0F Station Type: Harmonic Baltimor Zone:Tunnel, LST/LDT 02:30AM 1.1F 03:24AM 1.1F P.O. BOX 437 |Time DEALE, MD01:54AM 20751 Chesapeake Bay Bridge VA,2018 04:24AM 02:18AM 05:12AM 9 06:12AM 24 07:00AM 9 09:18AM -0.8E -0.4E 10:12AM -0.9E -0.7E 4 19
Times and heights of high and Low Waters
BALTIMORE september July August
nOAA Tide predictions
01:36AM 1.1F 05:18AM 08:24AM -0.8E -0.4E 12:12AM 03:00AM 12:00PM 02:18PM 0.4F Su 17 0.8F 04:48PM 05:54AM 09:06AM 07:54PM -0.7E -1.0E 10:54PM Tu 12:18PM 03:30PM
Low +1:40 –1:15 –3:13 –3:47
H. Ht *0.88 *1.12 *1.33 *1.37
AM 1.6 AM 0.4 PM 1.5 PM AM 0.5 AM 1.5 PM 0.4 PM 1.5 AM 0.6 AM 1.5 PM 0.3 PM 1.6 AM 0.6 AM 1.4 PM 0.3 PM 1.6 AM 0.7 AM 1.3 PM 0.3 PM 1.7 AM 0.7 AM 1.3 PM 0.3 PM 1.7 AM PM PM
July 15 20
Augus 20 15
1 6 31
01:00AM 03:30AM 0.449 12 06:06AM 01:42AM 1.0F 03:05 AM 10 09:30AM 2.712 05:24AM 82 12:42PM 08:24AM -0.7E 09:22 AM 04:06PM Tu 0.4 12 12:00PM 0.3F M02:12PM 03:28 PM Su 07:42PM 10:36PM 46 3.0 91 04:30PM 07:48PM 09:44-0.6E PM 10:42PM 0.3 9 11 03:51 AM 04:24AM 2.815 85 01:54AM 10:10 AM 02:30AM 1.1F 10:18AM 0.346 06:12AM 9 07:06AM Tu 04:20 PM 09:18AM -0.8E 04:48PM 12 W91 01:24PM 3.0 10:31 PM 03:06PM 0.3F M46 01:06PM 08:18PM 11:18PM 05:24PM 08:36PM -0.6E 0.318 11:30PM 9 12 04:37 AM 2.846 85 02:48AM 10:58 AM 05:24AM 0.3 9 9 08:12AM W03:18AM 05:12 PM 1.2F 11:12AM 3.049 07:00AM 91 02:06PM 11:17 PM 10:12AM -0.9E 05:30PM Th 04:00PM 0.4F Tu 02:00PM 08:48PM 09:30PM 0.218 06:24PM 6 13 05:22-0.7E AM 2.943 88 11:45 AM 0.4 9 12 Th 06:04 PM 12:06AM 2.949 12:12AM 88 04:06AM 1.2F 03:42AM 06:24AM 07:42AM 10:54AM -1.0E 12:06PM 12:04 AM F 6 09:30AM 14 0.2 02:48PM 04:54PM 0.4F W21 02:48PM 06:12PM 06:08 AM 2.940 07:18PM 10:18PM -0.7E ◑88 09:24PM 0.4 9 12 F 12:33 PM 06:58 PM 2.852 85 12:48AM 01:06AM 04:54AM 1.3F 04:30AM 07:24AM 12:52 AM 15 0.321 08:30AM 9 10:48AM 11:42AM -1.1E 01:12PM 06:56 AM Sa 3.0 91 03:36PM 05:48PM 0.5F Th 40 03:30PM 07:00PM Sa 01:23 PM 0.4 9 08:18PM 12 10:06PM 11:12PM -0.7E 07:55 PM 2.752 82 01:42AM 0.3 9 01:54AM 05:36AM 1.3F 08:24AM 3.0 91 05:24AM 09:12AM 12:30PM -1.2E 02:12PM Su 0.5 15 12:00PM 04:12PM 06:36PM 0.6F F 04:30PM 07:48PM Spring09:12PM dIFFEREnCEs 10:42PM ●
10 5 11 6 12 7 13 8
● -0.4E 01:18AM 04:00AM -0.7E 02:06AM 04:48AM -0.6E 10:06PM 02:45 9 02:30AM 1.1FAM 02:48AM 1.1F 0.5F 12:0 -0.2 -6 25 09:05 0.7F 07:00AM 10:00AM 0.8F0.3 08:00AM 10:36AM 94 09:24AM -0.9EAM 06:30AM 09:42AM -0.9E -0.7E 07:1 3.4 06:12AM 104 -0.9E 01:06PM 04:18PM -1.0E3.1 01:24PM 04:48PM 12:06AM -0.7E 12:48AM -0.6E W -6 F Sa Tu 03:08 PM 0.3 9 01:06PM 03:18PM 0.4F 01:30PM 03:36PM 0.4F -0.2 14 M W Th 0.6F 07:42PM 10:54PM 1.0F 1.3F 29 08:00PM 11:18PM 0.8F 02:0 02:54AM 06:30AM 03:24AM 07:00AM 1.0F -0.6EPM 3.0 06:00PM91 09:06PM -0.7E 07:2 3.4 05:48PM 104 08:54PM ○ 09:19 ◐ Sa 10:00AM 01:12PM -1.2E Su 10:18AM 01:36PM -1.0E 11:42PM 04:54PM 07:24PM 11:54PM 0.7F 05:18PM 07:54PM 0.6F 10:12PM 10:48PM -0.2 -6 03:20 6 26 09:41 -0.4E 02:18AM 05:12AMAM -0.7E0.2 03:00AM 05:48AM -0.6E 3.5 107 98 03:24AM 1.1FAM 03:42AM 1.2F 0.4F 01:0 0.6F 08:12AM 11:06AM 0.6F3.2 09:12AM 11:36AM 01:00AM -0.7E 01:30AM -0.1 07:00AM -3 W 03:48 PM 9 10:12AM -0.9E 07:18AM 10:30AM -1.0E 08:0 -0.8E 01:54PM 05:12PM -0.9E0.3 02:12PM 05:30PM -0.7E -0.6E Th Sa Su 15 30 03:48AM 07:18AM 1.2F 04:12AM 07:36AM 02:4 0.9F 3.3 02:00PM 101 09:55 2.9 88 04:18PM 0.4FPM 02:18PM 04:30PM 0.5F Tu Th F -1.0E 0.7F 08:30PM 11:48PM 1.0F 08:36PM 10:42AM-0.6E 02:00PM -1.2E 10:54AM-0.7E 02:12PM 06:48PM 07:06PM 08:1 M 10:06PM ◐ Su 09:42PM ◑ 05:30PM 08:12PM 0.8F 05:48PM 08:30PM 0.6F -0.1 -3 27 03:56 AM 0.2 6 11:36PM 11:12PM 3.5 107 101 -0.5E 03:24AM 10:19 06:18AMAM -0.7E3.3 12:12AM 0.9F 0.1 12:30AM 3 04:12AM Th 04:29 9 1.1FPM 12:54AM 04:36AM 1.2F 01:4 0.5F 09:30AM 12:06PM 0.5F0.3 03:54AM 06:48AM -0.7E -0.6E 02:18AM 3.1 07:48AM 94 10:33 88 11:00AM -1.0EPM 08:06AM 11:18AM -1.1E 05:00AM 08:18AM 0.8F -0.8E 02:48PM 06:06PM -0.8E2.9 10:24AM 12:36PM 0.3F 08:3 F Su 31 M 05:06PM 0.5F F 02:54PM 05:24PM 0.6F 03:2 11:30AM 02:48PM -0.9E W 02:48PM Sa 09:12PM 03:00PM 06:18PM -0.6E Tu 11:00PM -0.8E -0.6EAM 0.2 08:06PM 0.1 07:42PM 3 10:30PM 04:35 6 06:18PM 09:12PM 08:5 0.7F 09:18PM 28 3.4 104 10:59 AM 3.3 101 0.2 6 F 05:14 PM 0.4 12 0.8F 12:42AMPM 1.0F 01:00AM 1.0F 11:15 85 04:54AM 1.1F -0.8E2.8 01:54AM 05:24AM 1.2F -0.7E 02:3 -0.5E 01:12AM 04:24AM 07:24AM 04:48AM 07:54AM 08:24AM 11:42AM -1.0E 0.4F 08:54AM 12:00PM -1.1E 0.3F 09:1 0.4F 10:48AM 01:12PM 11:36AM 01:42PM 2.8 03:30PM Sa 85 Mare based Tu Disclaimer: These data upon the 05:17 AM 0.3 9 05:54PM 0.5F 03:36PM 06:12PM 0.7Flatest 03:5 29 11:42 Th Sa Su inform -0.7E 03:48PM 07:00PM -0.7E 03:54PM 07:12PM -0.6E 0.3 08:30PM 9 11:18PM 101 -0.6EAM 3.3 09:00PM 09:3 10:06PM 10:06PM 3.2 98 Generated ●Wed ○ 2017 Sa 06:03on: PM 0.4Nov 15 1219:36:12 UTC 0.4 12 0.9F 01:36AM 1.1F 01:54AM 1.1F 05:36AM 1.1FAM 12:00AM -0.8E -0.8E -0.6E 05:18AM 08:24AM -0.8E2.7 05:42AM 08:48AM 2.6 02:00AM 79 82 30 12:01 09:06AM 12:24PM -1.0EAM 02:48AM 06:12AM 1.2F 0.3F 03:1 0.4F 12:00PM 02:18PM 0.4F0.3 12:42PM 02:42PM 0.5 Su 15 06:05 9 Tu W 06:36PM 0.5FPM 09:36AM 12:48PM -1.1E -0.6E F3.1 04:06PM Su 3.2 M 09:5 -0.7E 04:48PM 07:54PM -0.7E 05:00PM 08:12PM 94 Su 12:31 98 09:18PM 04:12PM 07:00PM 0.8F 04:2 10:54PM 11:00PM 18 06:58 PM 0.5 15 ○0.6 10:00PM 10:1
1.0F 02:30AM 1.1F 02:48AM 12:06AM -0.6E -0.9E 12:54AM -0.9E -0.7E 06:12AM 09:24AM 06:30AM 09:42AM 06:18AM 1.0F 0.4F 03:48AM 07:06AM 1.1F 0.3F 02:42AM 03:18PM 03:36PM M 01:06PM W 01:30PM 09:42AM 01:00PM -1.0E 10:24AM 01:30PM -1.1E Sa M -0.6E 05:48PM 08:54PM -0.6E 06:00PM 09:06PM Spring 04:42PM 07:12PM 0.6F 04:54PM 07:48PM 0.9F 11:42PM 11:54PM 10:06PM 10:54PM High Low H. Ht L. Ht Range
L. Ht Range *0.88 1.0 Onancock Creek 1.1F 02:30AM 12:06AM -0.7E -0.8E 06:12AM 09:18AM *1.14 141.19 Stingray Point 02:54AM 06:30AM 1.3F 29 01:06PM 03:06PM M Hooper *1.33 1.410:00AM Strait Light0.3F 01:12PM -1.2E Sa Su 05:24PM 08:36PM -0.6E 07:24PM Inlet 0.7F *1.33 1.404:54PM Lynnhaven 11:30PM 10:12PM
+3 :52 +4 :1503:24AM *0.70 1.1F *0.83 2.2 03:42AM 12:48AM -0.6E 01:48AM -0.9E 07:00AM 10:30AM +2 :01 +2 :2910:12AM *0.48-0.9E*0.83 07:18AM 1.4 03:24AM 07:00AM 1.0F 0.4F 04:48AM 07:54AM 1.0F 02:00PM 04:30PM Tu Th 02:18PM +5 :52 +6 :0404:18PM *0.66 *0.67 2.0 10:18AM 01:36PM -1.0E 11:06AM 02:18PM -1.1E Tu 06:48PM 09:42PM -0.6E 07:06PM 10:06PM 05:18PM 0.6F 05:36PM 2.4 08:36PM 1.0F +0 :47 07:54PM +1 :08 *0.77 *0.83 10:48PM 11:48PM
1.1F -0.9E 0.4F 04:0 Th Tu -0.7E 10:3 04:5 11:0
1.2F -1.0E 0.5F 04:5 F W 11:0 -0.7E 05:2 11:4
03:18AM predictions 1.2F 12:30AM 04:12AM by 1.1F 12:54AM 04:36AM 1.2F All times listed are in Local Time, Daylight Saving Time has been applied when appropriate. All speeds are in knots. Tides & Currents are provided NOAA.gov
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March February January March February January March Fe 03:24PM 06:00PM 0.6F 03:30PM 06:30PM 1.0F 09:24AM 12:24PM -0.8E 11:36AM Tu 01:54PM 0.4F 12:24PM 12:06PM 02:18PM 0.4F 02:06PM 12:36PM 03:18PM 0.5F 02:12PM -1.6E Sa 11:54AM 03:06PM -1.2E M 08:54AM -1.4E 0.8F 11:00AM -1.0E 1.1F 10:54AM 12:42PM 03:48PM -1.7E 1.5F 12:48PM 03:54PM -1.3E -0.9E M Tu M W 02:48PM Th 04:24PM W F Tu Th 11:48AM 01:00PM 12:24PM 04:18PM 1.2F M 02:24PM 05:48PM 1.0F W 02:12PM 05:54PM 09:12AM 12:12PM Th F -0.6E Su 04:24PM 07:30PM -0.6E 04:48PM 07:54PM 06:12PM 09:06PM -0.6E 08:54PM 11:42PM -0.6E 09:42PM 03:30PM 06:36PM 0.9F 03:42PM 07:18PM 1.8F -0.7E 08:30PM 1.4F -0.7E 06:00PM 09:24PM 1.5F -0.6E 07:12PM 10:18PM 1.6F 07:06PM 10:12PM 1.3F 1.1F 05:24PM 08:54PM 2.0F -0.7E 06:24PM 09:06PM 07:54PM 10:18PM 07:54PM 10:24PM 09:24PM 11:42PM 09:24PM 03:42PM 06:42PM Maximum Slack Maximum Maximum Slack Maximum Slack05:12PM Slack Slack Maximum Slack Maximum Slack Maximum Slack Slack Maximum Maximum Slack Slack Maximum Slack 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04:54AM -0.7E 03:42AM 12:36AM -0.6E -0.9E 04:00AM 01:06AM 01:48AM -0.9E 04:12AM 01:36AM 05:06AM -0.6E 04:54AM 12:18AM -0.7E 12:36AM -0.6E 03:42AM 04:00AM 01:06AM -0.9E 12:00AM 01:48AM -0.9E 04:12AM 0.5F 05:06AM 01:36AM -0.6E 12:18AM -0.7E 04:54AM 12:36AM 03:42AM -0.6E 04:00AM 01:06AM -0.9E 12:00AM -0.9E 04:12AM 01:48AM 0.5F 01:36AM -0.6E 05:06AM 12:18AM 04:54AM -0.7E 03:42A -0 02:36AM 06:00AM 1.0F 12:42AM -1.0E 12:48AM -0.8E 06:06AM 01:24AM -1.0E 04:18AM -0.7E 03:06AM 06:00AM 02:06AM -1.4E 05:12AM -0.8E 1.2F 01:06AM 1.2F 01:12AM 0.9F 02:00AM 0.7F 01:48AM -1.2E 12:06AM 02:54AM -1.1E 12:24AM 03:12AM -1.5E 01:06AM 03:48AM -1.1E 01:36AM 04:18AM -1.4E 01:18AM 04:06AM -1.1E 02:54AM 0.7F 01:42AM 04:36AM 0.6F 01:12AM 04:18AM 0.6F 03:18AM 05:54AM 0.6F 12:00AM -1.0E 01:00AM -0.8E 16 1 1 16 1 16 1 16 1 1.1F 1 16 1 16 0.8F 1 16 1 16 1 -0.7E 16 106:54AM 16 1 16 0.8F 1 16 16 1.1F 1 2110:12AM 6 21 07:24AM 10:36AM 0.8F 06:54AM 07:24AM 10:12AM 10:36AM 1.0F 0.8F 08:00AM 06:54AM 11:30AM 07:24AM 10:12AM 0.9F 10:36AM 1.0F 0.8F 08:06AM 08:00AM 11:36AM 06:54AM 11:30AM 10:12AM 07:24AM 0.9F 10:36AM 1.0F 07:12AM 08:06AM 10:48AM 0.8F 08:00AM 11:36AM 11:30AM 06:54AM 1.1F 07:24AM 10:12AM 0.9F 02:48AM 10:36AM 07:12AM 05:48AM 1.0F 08:06AM 10:48AM 0.8F 11:36AM 08:00AM 0.8F 11:30AM 1.1F 07:24AM 10:12AM 02:48AM 0.9F 10:36AM 07:12AM 05:48AM 1.0F 10:48AM 08:06AM -0.7E 08:00AM 11:36AM 0.8F 06:54AM 11:30AM 10:12A 02:48 0 -0.7E 05:42AM 08:48AM -0.8E 06:00AM 09:12AM -0.9E 06:36AM 09:48AM -0.9E 605:00AM 21 606:18AM 21 607:30AM 21 09:18AM 12:24PM -1.0E 03:54AM 06:54AM 1.0F 04:00AM 06:54AM 0.8F 12:00PM 07:48AM 0.7F 0.4F 09:24AM 12:12PM 08:54AM 11:18AM 1.3F 0.5F 03:42AM 07:00AM -0.9E 04:12AM 07:30AM -1.2E 03:42AM 07:24AM -1.0E 05:18AM 08:36AM -1.0E 04:30AM 06:54AM 0.7F 05:54AM 09:06AM -0.9E 07:24AM 10:30AM -1.0E 06:36AM 10:00AM -1.2E 08:42AM 11:54AM -0.9E 03:18AM 06:06AM 1.0F 07:30AM 0.9F-0.7E 06:18AM 08:48AM 0.7F-0.6E 09:12AM 1.3F 07:06AM 09:42AM 0.9F 10:36AM 1.5F 07:12AM 10:24AM 1.3F 02:12PM 04:54PM -0.5E 01:48PM 02:12PM 04:36PM 04:54PM -0.5E 03:12PM 01:48PM 06:06PM 02:12PM 04:36PM 04:54PM -0.7E -0.5E 03:18PM 03:12PM 06:24PM 01:48PM 06:06PM -0.9E 04:36PM 02:12PM -0.6E -0.7E 04:54PM 02:24PM 03:18PM -0.5E 05:30PM 03:12PM 06:24PM -0.7E 06:06PM 01:48PM -0.9E 02:12PM -0.6E 04:36PM 08:42AM 04:54PM 02:24PM -0.7E 12:18PM 03:18PM -0.5E 05:30PM 1.0F 06:24PM 03:12PM -0.7E 01:48PM -0.9E 06:06PM 02:12PM 04:36PM 08:42AM -0.6E 04:54PM 02:24PM -0.7E 12:18PM -0.5E 05:30PM 03:18PM 1.0F 03:12PM -0.7E 06:24PM 01:48PM 06:06PM -0.9E 04:36P 08:42 -0T 01:18PM 04:00PM 0.6F 0.3F 12:36PM 02:54PM 0.4F 12:54PM 03:18PM 0.5F Sa F M Sa F Tu M Sa F Tu Tu M Sa F W Tu Tu M Sa F W Tu Tu M Sa W Tu -0.8E Th F 03:54PM 06:36PM 0.7F 10:00AM 01:00PM -1.0E 10:00AM 01:00PM -0.8E 10:00AM 01:06PM 12:18PM 03:48PM 1.0F 01:54PM 05:30PM 1.2F 01:18PM 05:18PM 1.4F 03:24PM 06:30PM 1.1F 08:36AM 11:54AM -1.3E 05:48PM 12:54PM 04:06PM 03:00PM 06:06PM 02:06PM -1.3E 05:00PM 10:06AM 12:54PM 0.9F 10:36AM 01:36PM 1.3F 10:24AM 01:48PM 1.3F 11:48AM 02:42PM 0.9F 01:24PM -1.5E 11:42AM 02:48PM -1.1E 11:54AM 03:06PM -1.7E 12:30PM 03:42PM -1.2E 01:42PM 04:30PM -1.5E 04:30PM -1.2E 07:48PM 10:36PM 0.5F 07:48PM 07:48PM 10:24PM 10:36PM 0.5F 0.5F 09:42PM 07:48PM 07:48PM 10:24PM 10:36PM 0.5F 0.5F 10:06PM 09:42PM 07:48PM 10:24PM 07:48PM 10:36PM 0.5F 09:06PM 10:06PM 11:30PM 0.5F 09:42PM 0.3F 07:48PM 07:48PM 10:24PM 03:48PM 10:36PM 09:06PM 07:00PM 0.5F 10:06PM 11:30PM 0.5F-0.9E 09:42PM 0.3F 07:48PM 07:48PM 10:24PM 03:48PM 10:36PM 09:06PM 07:00PM 0.5F -1.0E 0.5F 11:30PM 10:06PM -0.9E 09:42PM 0.3F 07:48PM 10:24P 03:48 F10:00AM Sa M Tu Th F01:36PM Su Tu W M -0.6E Su W -0.6E Th -0.7E Sa -0.8E Su 07:00PM 09:54PM -0.6E -0.6E 05:30PM 08:24PM -0.6E 05:54PM 08:54PM -0.7E W Th Sa Su Tu W ◐ ◑ ◐ ◑ ◐ ◑ ◑ ◐ ◑ ◑ ◐ ◑ ◑ ◐ ◑ 04:24PM 07:24PM 1.2F 07:24PM 10:00PM -0.6E 09:00PM 11:24PM 08:48PM 11:24PM 10:18PM 03:24PM 06:48PM 1.6F 09:36PM 04:12PM 07:18PM 1.1F 04:00PM 07:12PM 0.9F 10:36PM 10:36PM 10:36 07:06PM 10:42PM 0.9F 09:24PM 08:00PM 11:30PM 0.9F 03:42PM 07:12PM -0.8E 05:06PM 07:54PM -0.9E 05:24PM 08:12PM -0.8E 06:42PM 09:06PM -0.7E 04:36PM 08:12PM 2.0F 05:48PM 09:12PM 1.5F 06:18PM 09:48PM 2.0F 06:42PM 10:06PM 1.5F 08:06PM 11:06PM 1.4F 07:54PM 10:48PM 1.2F 11:18PM 11:48PM 11:12PM 10:24PM ○ ◐◑11:48PM 10:36PM ◐ 10:30PM ●11:00PM ○11:00PM 09:54PM 0.9F -0.7E 0.3F Sa -0.6E
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1.0F 03:24AM 1.1F 12:48AM 04:06AM 0.9F 17 2 2 17 17 2 -0.7E 2 11:24AM 17 2 17 -0.7E 2 17 2 17 2 -0.6E 17 207:42AM 17 2 17 -0.9E 2 17 17-0.7E 07:42AM 08:06AM 11:06AM 11:24AM 1.0F 0.8F 17 02:24AM 07:42AM 05:42AM 08:06AM 11:06AM -0.6E 11:24AM 1.0F 2 0.8F 03:00AM 02:24AM 06:06AM 07:42AM 05:42AM 11:06AM 08:06AM -0.6E 1.0F 08:00AM 03:00AM 11:42AM 0.8F 02:24AM 06:06AM 0.8F 05:42AM 07:42AM -0.7E 08:06AM -0.6E 11:06AM 03:54AM 11:24AM 08:00AM 06:54AM 1.0F 03:00AM 11:42AM 0.8F 06:06AM 02:24AM 0.8F -0.7E 05:42AM 08:06AM 11:06AM 03:54AM -0.6E 11:24AM 08:00AM 06:54AM 1.0F 0.8F 11:42AM 03:00AM -0.6E 02:24AM 06:06AM 0.8F 07:42AM 05:42AM 11:06A 03:54 -02 12:48AM 03:48AM 0.6F 2 03:00AM 05:42AM 0.6F 02:30AM 05:24AM 0.7F 12:42AM 01:00AM -1.1E 02:00AM 7 22
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28 13 28 3 NOAA 3 Tidal 18 13 18 -0.6E 3 28 18 13 3 28 18 13 Current Predictions 28 08:30PM 11:24PM -0.7E 07:24PM 10:12PM 07:54PM Station ID: cb0102 Depth: 22 10:54PM feet -0.9E NOAA Tidal Current Predictions Source: NOAA/NOS/CO-OPS 04:42PM 07:42PM 04:42PM 04:42PM 07:42PM 05:36PM 04:42PM 04:42PM 07:48PM 07:42PM -0.9E 06:06PM 05:36PM 04:42PM 08:48PM 07:48PM 04:42PM -0.9E 07:42PM 05:00PM 06:06PM 08:12PM 05:36PM 09:18PM 08:48PM 04:42PM -1.0E -0.9E 07:48PM 06:36PM 07:42PM 05:00PM 09:48PM 06:06PM -0.7E 08:12PM 09:18PM 05:36PM -0.8E 04:42PM -1.0E 08:48PM 04:42PM 07:48PM 06:36PM 07:42PM 05:00PM -0.9E 09:48PM 08:12PM 06:06PM -0.9E 05:36PM -0.8E 09:18PM 04:42PM 08:48PM -1.0E 07:48P 06:36 -0 Station Type: Harmonic more Harbor (off Point), 2018 E 07:18AM 10:30AM Approach -1.0E 08:00AM-0.7E 11:12AM -1.0E 08:30AM 11:36AM -1.0E 08:42AM 11:48AM -0.9E 9 Sandy 24 9 -0.7E 24 -0.9E 904:42PM 24 AM 07:48PM AM -0.9E E -0.7E AM 08:48PM AM -0.9E AM 09:18PM AM -1.0E AM -0.7E AM -0.8E AM -0.9E AM -0.9E AM -0.9E AM -0.7E 11:18PM 11:30PM 11:18PM 11:30PM 11:18PM 11:30PM 11:18PM 11:54PM 11:30PM 11:18PM 11:54PM 11:30PM 11:18PM 11:54PM 11:30PM F Th 12:06AM 02:18PM 04:30PM 0.5F 02:48PM 05:18PM 0.6F 02:54PM 05:48PM 0.9F 04:48AM 03:00PM 0.8F 01:48AM -0.9E 01:36AM 01:54AM -0.7E 12:18AM 03:24AM -0.9E 12:00AM 03:06AM 1.0F 12:24AM 1.1F 1.0F 02:18AM 1.0F 02:18AM 0.7F 12:48AM 03:36AM 03:54AM 0.7Fof 02:24AM F Su M PM 01:24AM PM 0.8F AM PM 06:00PM E-0.9E AM 0.5F PM 12:54AM E F02:36AM AM N PM Cape E Su 05:24AM AM 0.6F Lt., PM E M PM PM E 01:30AM 04:12AM 02:06AM -1.1E 02:48AM 05:30AM -1.3E 05:24AM -1.0E 12:36AM 1.0F 2018 12:06AM 1.0F Chesapeake Bay Ent., 2.0 n.mi. Henry M Tu Th Time LST/LDT Latitude: 39.0130° N Longitude: 76.3683° W-1.6E E 04:48AM 07:06PM 10:06PM -0.7E 08:12PM 11:00PM -0.6E 08:48PM 11:54PM -0.9E 09:06PM 448AM 29 14 29 4 -0.8E 4 19Zone: 19 4 -0.8E 19 0.4F 4 0.6F 19 0.5F 07:54AM 1.0F 04:54AM 08:00AM 0.8F 06:48AM 09:24AM 0.7F 06:36AM 09:06AM 0.5F 14 29 14 29 14 PM-1.2E PM-1.1E PM PM-1.0E PM PM-1.2E PM PM-0.8E -1.1E PM 29 02:42AM 05:48AM PM PM 06:48AM 05:00AM 08:18AM 04:12AM -0.9E 07:18AM -0.8E 05:48AM 08:48AM 05:00AM 08:12AM 04:54AM 08:30AM 06:48AM 09:54AM 06:24AM 09:42AM 08:18AM 11:24AM 1.3F 08:30AM 10:48AM 0.8F 08:54AM 11:48AM 1.4F 08:42AM 11:36AM 1.1F 03:36AM 06:54AM -1.1E ● 01:36AM 0.4F 07:36AM 10:18AM 01:48AM 01:36AM 0.4F 0.4F 12:36AM 02:48AM 01:48AM 01:36AM 0.4F 0.4F 12:48AM 12:36AM 03:24AM 02:48AM 01:48AM 0.4F 01:36AM 0.4F 12:48AM 02:18AM 0.4F 12:36AM 03:24AM 02:48AM 0.6F 01:48AM 0.4F 01:12AM 01:36AM 04:00AM 0.4F 12:48AM 02:18AM 0.4F 0.7F 03:24AM 12:36AM 0.5F 02:48AM 0.6F 01:48AM 01:12AM 0.4F 01:36AM 04:00AM 0.4F 0.4F 02:18AM 12:48AM 0.7F 12:36AM 03:24AM 0.5F 02:48AM 0.6F 01:48A 01:12 0 ●10:00AM Latitude: N-0.7E Longitude: W 01:06PM PM 08:18AM PM 09:12AM 11:06AM 02:18PM -1.1E 11:06AM -0.8E 12:18PM 03:18PM -0.8E 11:54AM 02:48PM -0.6E 24AM 12:48PM 0.4F 11:24AM 02:06PM 11:06AM 01:18PM 0.8F 02:12PM 0.3F 12:06PM 03:00PM 02:24PM 1.2F(T) 0.5F 11:42AM 03:12PM 1.1F 01:24PM 05:00PM 1.0F 01:00PM 04:54PM 1.4F 02:48PM 06:00PM 1.0F 01:00PM 04:06PM -1.6E 04:36PM -1.1E 02:48PM 05:42PM -1.3E 05:36PM -1.0E 1.3F 09:06AM 12:36PM 1.4F Mean 25° (T) Mean Ebb Dir. 189° 5 Dir. 20 5 501:36PM 20 5 20 5 20 536.9594° 502:36PM 20 5 2076.0128° 20 5 20 5 -0.7E 20 5 20 5 20 -0.6E 5 20 20-0.7E W F11:48AM Sa 04:00AM 07:12AM -0.6E 04:12AM 04:00AM 07:24AM 07:12AM -0.6E 05:18AM 04:12AM 04:00AM 07:24AM 07:12AM -0.7E -0.6E 06:12AM 05:18AM 04:12AM 08:18AM -0.7E 07:24AM 04:00AM -0.6E 07:12AM 05:00AM 06:12AM -0.6E 08:00AM 05:18AM 09:12AM -0.6E 08:18AM 04:12AM -0.7E 04:00AM -0.6E 07:24AM 07:06AM 07:12AM 05:00AM -0.7E 10:00AM 06:12AM -0.6E 08:00AM 09:12AM 05:18AM -0.6E 04:12AM -0.7E 08:18AM 04:00AM 07:24AM 07:06AM -0.6E 07:12AM 05:00AM -0.7E 10:00AM 08:00AM 06:12AM -0.7E 05:18AM -0.6E 09:12AM 04:12AM 08:18AM 07:24A 07:06 -05 W Flood Tu Th W Sa -0.7E Su -0.6E Tu W Sa Su Tu W F5 Sa 05:36PM 08:36PM 1.0F 08:24PM 05:24PM 08:30PM 0.8F 06:18PM 09:42PM 1.0F 05:42PM 09:12PM 1.0F 24PM 06:30PM -0.6E 05:18PM -0.7E 06:54PM -0.6E 06:48PM 09:12PM 05:18PM -0.9E 08:06PM 07:00PM 09:24PM -0.7E 08:24PM 10:42PM -0.6E 08:24PM 11:00PM -0.9E 09:36PM 07:18PM 10:48PM 2.0F-0.5E 07:42PM 11:06PM 1.5F 1.1F 09:12PM 08:54PM 11:54PM 1.1F 04:36PM 07:30PM -0.9E 03:54PM 07:00PM -1.0E 10:12AM 01:48PM 1.0F 10:18AM 10:12AM 02:00PM 01:48PM 1.2F 1.0F 11:06AM 10:18AM 02:48PM 10:12AM 02:00PM 01:48PM 1.2F 1.0F 12:00PM 11:06AM 03:30PM 10:18AM 02:48PM 1.1F 02:00PM 10:12AM 1.1F 01:48PM 1.2F 10:48AM 12:00PM 02:18PM 1.0F 11:06AM 03:30PM 02:48PM 10:18AM 1.1F 10:12AM 02:00PM 1.1F 01:00PM 01:48PM 10:48AM 04:12PM 1.2F 12:00PM 02:18PM 1.0F 03:30PM 11:06AM 1.0F 10:18AM 02:48PM 1.1F 10:12AM 02:00PM 01:00PM 1.1F 01:48PM 10:48AM 04:12PM 1.2F 02:18PM 12:00PM 0.9F 11:06AM 03:30PM 1.0F 10:18AM 02:48PM 02:00P 01:00 1 Tu 03:42PM W Tu F W Tu Sa F W Tu Sa Sa F W 1.0F Tu Su Sa Sa F 0.9F W Tu Su Sa Sa 1.0F F W Su 1.1F S Mean Flood Dir. 297° (T) Mean Ebb Dir. 112° (T) F 12:54AM 04:36AM 1.2F 01:48AM 05:12AM 1.0F 02:54AM 06:00AM 1.0F 12:06AM -0.8E ◐ ◑ 11:48PM 11:42PM 05:30PM 08:36PM 05:36PM 05:30PM 08:48PM 08:36PM -1.0E 05:36PM 09:36PM 05:30PM 08:48PM 08:36PM 06:54PM 06:24PM 10:06PM 05:36PM 09:36PM 08:48PM 05:30PM 08:36PM 05:48PM 06:54PM 09:00PM 06:24PM 10:06PM 09:36PM 05:36PM 05:30PM -0.9E 08:48PM 07:30PM 08:36PM 05:48PM 10:30PM 06:54PM -0.8E 09:00PM 10:06PM 06:24PM 05:36PM -1.0E 09:36PM 05:30PM 08:48PM 07:30PM 08:36PM 05:48PM -1.0E 10:30PM 09:00PM 06:54PM 06:24PM -0.9E 10:06PM 05:36PM 09:36PM -1.0E 08:48P 07:30 -0 AM in E -0.8E 06:24PM AM -0.9E E -1.0E -0.8E AM -1.0E E -0.9E -1.0E AM -0.8E AM -0.9E E -1.0E AM -1.0E AM -0.9E E -0.9E AM -0.9E AM -0.8E E -0.9E 30PMand speeds 11:00PM 09:42PM 10:54PM mes of maximum and-0.8E minimum current, knots 10:30PM 10:00PM
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Fish News By Lenny Rudow, FishTalk editor
Water Quality Improvements Receive Funds
aryland announced recently that 18 recipients would be receiving funding via the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund, to improve water quality. “These 18 implementation-ready projects, totaling $22 million dollars of investments, will have a long-lasting, positive impact on the Bay and our environment and build on our historic investment in Bay restoration efforts,” said Maryland Governor Larry Hogan in a press release. Projects that made the list range from headwater stream restoration, to deepening stormwater management ponds, to
fencing cattle out of floodplain areas. Since its creation in 2007, the Trust Fund has supported over 2200 such projects, and while each may seem like a small step, they’re steps in the right direction that all add up in the long run. Also announced recently is the dedication of $2 million dollars annually from the Transportation Trust Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for oyster restoration. This is a new four-year agreement, the latest extension in Chesapeake Bay enhancement programs between the DOT and DNR first begun in 1996. The funding will go towards oyster
Two Million More Anglers?
ccording to the latest study by the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation (RBFF), in 2017 there was a year-over-year increase of two million anglers nation-wide. The jump from 47 to 49 million shows that 16.5 percent of the U.S. population participates in fishing, and Americans took a total of 885 million fishing trips. That averages just over 18 trips per person. The best news? 11.6 million youth participated in fishing, a 1.2-percent increase over the 2016 numbers, and new participants accounted for six percent of total participation. According to the stats, 84.2 percent of these trips resulted in a catch.
Keep Fish Wet Through September
hough the reminder came from the Maryland DNR this summer, this important information goes for Virginia and Delaware anglers, too: high water temps and low salinity levels this season have seriously stressed fish in the Chesapeake Bay, including stripers. If at all possible, try to keep fish in the water while de-hooking them, and avoid touching them. Handling the fish disturbs their layer of slime, which increases the chances of the fish developing those red sores we’ve been seeing on abnormally high numbers of stripers this year. Anglers are also asked to discontinue fishing if their limit has been filled, instead of catching and releasing additional fish. September should be the last month of the year in which these high water temps will cause continued stressing, but remember that whenever water temperatures are in the upper 70s or above, striped bass have a harder time getting by. 60 September 2018 PropTalk.com
## Stream restoration plays an important role in helping bring back the Bay; this section of Turkey Branch didn’t always look so nice but large sections were restored about a decade ago.
propagation and replenishment through 2023, with no less than $925,000 annually going to support the wild oyster fishery including the establishment of oyster seed areas, monitoring, sampling, seed and shell planting, surveying, and transplanting.
Kids Fishing Days in Virginia
irginia is hard at work to make that number of new anglers even bigger, with two Kids Fishing Days scheduled in September. On September 22 at Curtis Lake, kids 15 and under can enjoy fishing with loaner rods and reels, learn how to fly fish, and win door prizes given away every hour. Added bonus: free hot dogs!! On the 29th, a similar event takes place for kids 12 and under, at Lake Orange. There will be rods, reels, and bait, with concessions available for purchase. For more info, visit the Department of Game & Inland Fisheries Kids Fishing Days page at dgif.virginia.gov.
Free Fishing Gear at Janes Island Park
f you’ll be camping at Janes Island State Park in Somerset County, MD, any time this fall, note that the Fishing and Boating Service and the Maryland Park Service have a pilot program there offering the free use of fishing gear. The park has fishable shoreline (including a license-free area), and rods rigged with bottom rigs (all donated by Bass Pro Shops) are available at the camp store.
Meet the Angler in Chief
oin FishTalk angler in chief Lenny Rudow at the September 5 meeting of the Free State Fly Fishers. The meeting takes place at 7:30 p.m., at the Davidsonville Family Recreation Center, 3789 Queen Anne Bridge Road, in Davidsonville, MD. The topic of discussion will be casting in the shallows for stripers, specks, and reds. Best of all, the event is 100-percent free. Anglers in Virginia can meet with the angler in chief at the Eastern Shore of Virginia Anglers Club for yet another free fish-talking event, the first to take place on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m., at the Sage restaurant in Onley, VA. Visit esanglersclub.org, to learn more.
Rod & Reef Slam
n Saturday, September 8 the 11th annual Back River Restoration Committee Rockfish Tournament takes place. Sponsored by Riverside Marine, proceeds go to help clean up Back River and the Chesapeake Bay. Entrance fees cost $180 (there’s an early entry discount through the first of the month). There’s a captain’s meeting at Brewer’s Landing September 5 at 6:30 p.m., and check-ins are by 3 p.m. at Weaver’s Marine on Back River. The tournament is limited to 100 entries; visit savebackriver.org to learn more.
##The newly formed Frederick Saltwater Anglers club is now up and running, tournaments included.
Fredrick Saltwater Anglers
he Frederick Saltwater Anglers (FSA) held its first tournament this summer as a newly formed organization. Seventeen boats entered the Offshore Challenge to compete for a $5000 pay-out, and over $3000 in raffle prizes were given away at the captain’s meeting. Terry Conrad took the top spot, after reeling in a 79-pound bigeye tuna. The FSA may be a new fishing club, but it already has hundreds of members and is encouraging people to come to its meetings and become involved. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month, at the Frederick Moose Lodge, 828 E. Patrick Street, at 7 p.m.. FSA will also be holding many more tournaments throughout the season. Visit wefishsalt.com, or visit FSA’s Facebook page to learn more. Follow us!
he second Rod & Reef Slam, held by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, goes off on September 22 this year. Team FishTalk fished in this one last year (second place! second place!), and we felt it was one of the coolest tournaments we’ve ever participated in. The fun factor gets a serious boost because this tournament isn’t about how big a fish you catch; it’s all about how many different species you can bring in to your boat. It’s a catch-photo-release competition, and you get just as much cred for landing a minnow as you do for reeling in a monster. (Don’t laugh—one of the fish on our species list last year was a naked gobie, all two inches of it.) If there’s a tie in the number of species caught, length does come into play, but fishing for diversity is really quite a lot of fun. Entry costs a mere $50 and includes dinner at the after-party, give-aways, and a tournament T-shirt. CCA Youth members can enter for free. Visit CBF.org/slam to learn more, but we’re giving you fair warning: Team FishTalk plans on crushing this one!
September Bass Fishing
aryland Bass Nation has a SQT trail tournament going off on September 8, at Deep Creek Lake. Visit mdbassnation.com for the details. Also on September 8, American Bass Anglers VA will be fishing the Chickahominy from Riverfront Park. On September 22, American Bass Anglers Lynchburg/Roanoke will be at Smith Mountain, launching from Penhook. Visit drawtrail.com to learn more. PropTalk.com September 2018 61
ICAST 2018: New Product Showcase By Zach Ditmars
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very summer, the whoâ€™s who in the fishing realm gather in Orlando, FL, at the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades (ICAST) to exhibit the latest and greatest gear before it hits the market. ICAST is presented by the American Sportfishing Association and enables industry professionals, media reps, and wholesale buyers an opportunity to get up close and personal with these new products. Here is a short list of some of the coolest new fishing gear PropTalk saw at the show.
B e s t E l e c t r o n ic s a n d Best of show
Garmin Panoptix LiveScope
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This state-of-the-art transducer uses three independent frequencies to stitch together a highly detailed live image of swimming fish and structure contours in the water below. It features both Down and LiveScope modes with range of up to 200-feet and it will communicate seamlessly with your compatible Garmin chartplotter. garmin.com
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Minn Kota Ultrex with Humminbird MEGA Down Imaging Partnering with Humminbird has produced this new trolling motor from Minn Kota that has an integrated transducer built right into the lower unit giving you down-imaging sonar right beneath the bow of your boat. Combining the transducer into the motor also elimates the need for additional wiring. The unit also features a protective housing to protect these components from rocks and underwater debris. minnkotamotors.com
B e s t Sa l t w a t e r S o f t L u r e
LIVETARGET Fleeing Shrimp
their newly redesigned soft-bodied shrimp features a weighted jig head with a rattle. What makes this unique is the floating live skirting which will continue to provide action as the lure dives or even as it rests on the bottom. It is available in two sizes: one for shallow flats and one for deeper environments. livetargetlures.com
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Best saltwater reel
Shimano Tekota 500 Levelwind Reel
The newly designed Tekota features a S-Compact body which reduced the size of sideplate by 20 percent for a comfortable fit in your hand. It comes in both 500 and 600 sizes, with or without the integrated linecounter. The drag on these reels can be set for up to 24 pounds, and the 6.3:1 ratio gives you 38 inches of line retrieval per handle turn. fish.shimano.com
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Best saltwater Rod
Best fly Reel
St. Croix Mojo Yak
Seigler MF Fly Reel
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Hand-made in Burgess, VA, on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay, these reels are built strong to tackle a variety of saltwater fish species. This model, designed for medium flies, features a lever drag and an asymmetrical spool design to allow efficient line retrieval. The removable dovetail foot makes for easy stowage and transport. seigler.fish
The popularity of kayak fishing has exploded across the United States. St. Croix has designed a new series featuring six spinning rods and two casting rods specifically catered to the needs of kayak anglers. The handle was shortened for increased maneauverability and features a rubberized no-slip grip for wet handling. Made with traditional St. Croix quality utilizing SCIII carbon fiber and Integrated Poly Curve tooling for smoother action. stcroixrods.com
B e s t f i s h ii n g A cc e s s o r y
YETI Panga Backpack 28
New from their Panga series is YETIâ€™s 100-percent waterproof bag that is ideal for carrying rain gear, cameras, and other electronics. It is made to last with a high-density, abrasion-resistant ThickSkin Shell and HydroLok Zippers. The interior features a velcro patch for tackle storage and a mesh front compartment pocket for easy access and quick removal of items. yeti.com
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By Eric Burnley
nce we put Labor Day (September 3) in the rear view mirror, it’s time for some serious fishing. Most of the species in the Bay will be moving to find warmer water for the winter or out into the ocean to spawn. This results in large schools of fish that will be feeding in order to add weight to survive the cold weather. Chesapeake Bay anglers will be seeking rockfish until the season closes in December. This is the time of year when rock form large schools and chase bait to the surface. Anglers can intercept them by casting metal lures or by jigging close to the bottom. Surface lures will also produce, but after hook-
ing a few sea gulls, I have decided to stick with something that sinks. For whatever reason, it seems the fish feeding on the surface are small. The larger fish hug the bottom picking off scraps left by their smaller cousins. For this reason I use larger (one to threeounce) metal lures that sink fast without being attacked by the smaller rock and blues. Once I feel the lure hit bottom, I begin jerking it up and down in my attempt to imitate a wounded baitfish. As the water cools from its summertime high, rock will begin to move into shallow water. Eastern Bay and the Chester or Choptank rivers will have some good action for those who enjoy casting or fly fishing. This action is usually better in the morning or evening, but can ##Ric Burnley shows off a nice dolphin. last much longer into the Offshore fishing really day if we have a heavy cloud heats up in the fall. cover. In fact, casting in these Photo by Ken Neill sheltered waters can save the day when north or northeast winds make fishing the open Bay a bit uncomfortable. Rock are not the only fish that chow down in the fall. Speckled trout will be feeding hot and heavy in the marshes found around Crisfield. These fish will go after peeler crabs with wild abandon. They also hit jigs sweetened with peeler or peeler crab Gulp!. If you have any of the old Mr.Wiffle soft plastic, they attract specks like honey attracts Pooh Bear. Moving down the Bay, Hunger’s Creek in Accomack County, VA, is another speckled trout hot spot. The mouth of the creek has a lot of grass, and the trout will feed there as well as along the shoreline. The fall run offshore is usually fantastic. Every nor’easter gets the tuna, marlin, and dolphin in a feeding mood, and it is not unusual to find
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large schools of every species feeding like my in-laws at a family picnic. Depending on the location of the warm water eddies that break off from the Gulf Stream, the action can be as close as the inshore lumps such as the Hot Dog and Massey’s Canyon or out beyond the 100-Fathom Drop. The past few years has seen a good run beginning in the Wilmington Canyon and ending in the Washington. Unless you have a 70-foot Spencer, you are going to have to be very careful with the weather. While nor’easters can be good for the fishing, they can be very bad for anglers caught offshore as one develops. The best way to fish offshore is on someone else’s boat. Charters run out of Ocean City and Indian River Inlet, and the demand goes downhill fast once the summer is over. No matter the season the cost for a canyon trip ain’t cheap, but when you consider all the experience you are buying, the money is well spent. If you are looking to catch a really big rockfish, try drifting eels out of Cape Charles, VA. For reasons I do not fully understand, the largest rock of the season show up here every fall. I suspect they come in from the ocean after traveling down from New England rather than coming from the Upper Chesapeake Bay. Fifty pounders are not uncommon, and live eels are the top bait by a wide margin. Most trailer boats will launch from the public ramp in Cape Charles. The ramp is actually outside of town and can be a bit tricky to reach by going over a bridge that crosses the railroad. Pick up your eels at Chris’ Bait and Tackle on Route 13 and get the latest reports. It’s not hard to find the action, since every boat will be concentrated in one general area along the channel edge north of the ramp. Set the eels at several depths, and wait for a pickup. ■
##Harry Yingling with a chummed up rockfish from Hackett’s. Photo by Eric Burnley
Labor Day Hot Spots L
abor Day comes along when the water temperature in the Bay is as hot as it gets. Most of the fish will seek out deep water where they can find food, yet remain as close as possible to their preferred water temperature. They also tend to feed very early in the morning or late in the evening, especially in the shallows where they can trap small minnows against the banks. So far in 2018 chumming has been the top technique for catching rockfish. The usual suspects, such as Hackett’s Bar, Podickory Point, Eastern Bay, and
By Eric Burnley
Love Point, have all given up good numbers of rockfish. As this was written in July, these locations were very productive, but since nothing is certain in life or fishing, the rock may decide to move to other locations without notifying the fishing public. When planning a Labor Day fishing trip, nothing beats up to date information. Check Lenny Rudow’s online fishing reports at fishtalkmag. com, and then call the tackle shop or marina where you do business. Use that information to set a couple
of locations where the fish should be feeding. Always have a Plan A, B, and C depending on the weather and the tides. I know a few folks who still only fish one way—trolling, chumming or jigging—and while that may work some of the time, it is not going to work all of the time. It does not take a great deal of money to buy tackle for all three types of fishing, and then you are ready to set up for whatever works. Last fall I was chumming with a friend at Hackett’s Bar along with a few
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charter boats. The charter boats came and went between trolling and chumming. I kept an eye on them, and if they had started catching rockfish on the troll, we could have switched over in short order. My observation was they did not do anything while trolling, and they all came back to chumming. It is very important to be aware of what is going on around you and be willing to change tactics when called for. I like to begin fishing before dawn. There are fewer people on the water, as most fishing starts around 10 a.m. after the anglers have a nice breakfast. Being on the water early is especially important during holidays. My observation is fewer fishermen show up on Labor Day than invade the Bay on Memorial Day or the Fourth of July. School is starting with football practice, band practice, and all sorts of other activities to keep parents and kids busy. Summer is over,
and families are changing from waterrelated activities to those more centered near home. Even under these conditions there will be plenty of boats around. Your best bet is to get to the fish before the rest of the fleet. There are no secret spots on the Chesapeake Bay, so those who arrive first have a better chance of catching fish. I would suggest casting to breaking fish or to shorelines early in the morning. Rockfish like to feed in low light conditions and are most likely to be on the surface or along the shoreline before the sun gets too high. Once that bite slows, try jigging the various bridge pilings. The Bay Bridge and the Key Bridge pilings are always popular as is the rock pile around the Bay Bridge. I have had good luck over the oyster beds between the Bay Bridge and Love Point.
Chumming can be the first or last stop of the day. Choose a location with deep water and set up early or late. Rockfish are not the only fish in the Bay. Blues and Spanish mackerel should be available from the Bay Bridge south to Point Lookout. While it is possible to cast metal lures to these fish if you find them feeding on the surface, I have had much better luck trolling metal lures. Drone or Clark spoons are the most popular and should be pulled behind a one to three-ounce torpedo sinker or a #1 planer. My most successful set up is a 0 Drone behind a one-ounce sinker and a second 0 Drone behind a planer. It’s hard to beat silver, but on occasion I have had good results with red and yellow spoons. Spot and croaker should also be available. The mouth of the Chester River and any rough bottom in the Bay will attract these fish that just love bloodworms. ■
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Spare Parts P art
By Eric Burnley
am going to assume that everyone who owns a boat and travels the open Bay or ocean should carry certain spare parts. A set of spark plugs were standard when all motors were two-cycle, but today’s four-cycle motors are not as likely to foul as the old two strokes. Nevertheless, since I still run a two-stroke, I carry a set of plugs and a socket wrench of the correct size to replace a broken or fouled plug. Back in the day, when I ran a Volvo outdrive, I carried a water pump impeller. Volvo engines have the water pump in the engine box where it can be serviced without taking the boat out of the water. I replaced the impeller every year, and fortunately, I never had to do that job while at sea on a hot afternoon. I also carried a spare set of props, since having one spin off the shaft was not uncommon. It was possible to make forward
progress with a spun prop, but the speed was very slow. Replacing the bad prop at sea was possible and if needed, saved the crew a long ride back to the dock. In addition to the props, I carried all the necessary hardware because the chance of losing a part overboard while trying to replace the prop at sea was one of the things at the top of Murphy’s Law. Fuses are another spare part that should be on every boat. One little blown fuse can leave you stranded, just as bad as a blown motor. If you do blow a fuse at sea, make sure you buy another as soon as possible once you return to the dock. It’s a pretty safe bet that if something blows a fuse once, it will do so again, unless you discover the source of the problem. Those of us still running two-stroke engines should make sure we have a
##Having spare parts like fuses and oil is a good idea, as is having a few tools to do the replacement work .
supply of oil in case we forget to top off the tank before leaving the dock. I had to be towed back 50 miles to Rudee Inlet from the South Tower because the captain didn’t have more oil on the boat to top off the tank. ■
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Biz Buzz Tiara Dealer
North Point Yacht Sales has been newly named the authorized dealership for Tiara Yachts and Tiara SPORT for the Chesapeake Bay region. Tiara Yachts and Tiara SPORT are mid-sized luxury yachts, with sizes ranging from 31 to 53 feet, ideal for boating in this region. The following models are available at the North Point Yacht Sales offices in Annapolis and Portsmouth, VA: Tiara 39 Coupe, Tiara 4300 Open, and Tiara 44 Coupe. The Tiara SPORT 38 LS will arrive in a few weeks. North Point Yacht Sales also announces that Bob Oberg has joined the team as a yacht broker. With 20 years of professional experience in the boating industry, Oberg brings an abundance of knowledge and experience to the team. Starting his career in yacht services in Annapolis, Oberg made the transition to yacht sales seven years ago. His expertise spans a variety of sailing and power vessels. Contact Oberg at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (410) 320-3385. northpointyachtsales.com; tiarayachts.com
Nominations for the 2018 Sailing Industry Distinguished Service Award are currently being accepted. Created by the Annapolis Boat Shows in 2014, the award recognizes members of the sailing industry for their high standards of excellence, service, and commitment. The fourth annual 2017 Annapolis Boat Shows’ Sailing Industry Distinguished Service Award went to not one person but two. Olaf and Peter Harken, founders of Harken, Inc., joined an impressive group of recipients: Alistair Murray, John Arndt, and Margaret Podlich, all of whom make huge contributions to sailing both on and off the water. Nominated by their peers, the final selection is made by a panel of judges who also represent the industry. The Sailing Industry Distinguished Service Award comes with an inscribed Anniversary 8-Day Ship Bell Clock on a mahogany base that is a limited edition precision timepiece donated by Weems & Plath. The annual award is announced at the Sailing Industry Breakfast at the United States Sailboat Show in Annapolis on October 5. To make a nomination, please visit: annapolisboatshows.com.
New Director of Sales
Annapolis Yacht Sales (AYS) announces Bill Tilghman as its new director of sales. Tilghman will be responsible for sales team leadership, driving revenue, streamlining sales processes, and general management responsibilities. Tilghman brings over 25 years of sales and sales management experience to AYS, having worked for several global leading organizations including SDL plc, the Corporate Executive Board (now part of the Gartner Group), and the Nasdaq Stock Market. He helped develop Compass Languages from a small startup into a multimillion dollar business. Tilghman is a graduate of Virginia Tech and received his MBA from the University of Baltimore. He is also a chartered financial analyst. Tilghman’s addition to the AYS team comes after the organization’s move to a director-facing management structure earlier this year. annapolisyachtsales.com
Oasis Marinas has announced that the firm has been awarded the management contract for Annapolis Town Dock in Ego Alley. The company officially took over the management of the Annapolis Town Dock in late June and has since opened it up for online bookings, making advanced dockage reservations in Ego Alley available to boaters for the first time ever. “The Annapolis Town Dock is officially open for business, and we couldn’t be more excited to offer a new way to dock downtown,” said Dan Cowens, founder of Oasis Marinas. The Annapolis Town Dock is a 225-foot strip of alongside dockage on the left side of Ego Alley when entering the channel. Formerly the home of Fawcett Boat Supply, the Annapolis Town Dock is positioned in front of brand-new office space and a (soon to be announced) waterfront restaurant. As part of its management agreement with Annapolis Town Dock, Oasis Marinas will be responsible for day-to-day dockage, marina management activities, facility maintenance, marketing activities, and more. oasismarinas.com
HCB Center Console Yachts has added Chesapeake Yacht Center to its roster of annex partners. Since 2012, demand has grown for premium center consoles prompting HCB to expand its annex partner program. HCB believes strongly in the customer care experience, which starts at the first meeting and carries the customer through the boat building process, commissioning, and ownership. “We’ve found another like-minded factory annex partner in Chesapeake Yacht Center,” said CEO Elias De La Torre. “Annexes like Chesapeake Yacht Center understand how to deliver top-shelf service to a discerning clientele and are a great fit for our brand. We are excited to have them aboard.” Mike Yobe, HCB Center Console Yachts’ vice president of product strategy added: “These annexes will help extend the awareness, influence and customer experience of HCB Center Console Yachts to an even wider audience, while remaining factory-partnered with the HCB culture and spirit.” hcbyachts.com; chesapeakeyachtcenter.com
VP of Marketing
Evinrude announces the appointment of Nando Zucchi as vice president of marketing and international business development. In his role, Zucchi will spearhead initiatives leveraging the company’s existing team of global marketing and international business development professionals to drive recognition and build strong partnerships enabling the continuation of Evinrude’s position as a leading innovator in outboard engines. With extensive experience developing and executing strategies that drive results across various channels of distribution, Zucchi has demonstrated success leading effective channel and end-user programs including general management, brand development and market promotions, in-store events, digital marketing, trade and corporate communications; while tracking results to allow for continuous improvement. evinrude.com
Brig USA Awarded
At the Brig distributor conference in Kharkov, Ukraine, July 14-15, Brig USA, in its second full year of being a Brig distributor, was awarded largest percentage growth and number two largest distributor in the world. This is based on volume and dollar value of boats purchased. Australia is currently in first place and has held this title for five years. With the amount of new dealers coming onboard in the U.S., Brig USA CEO and longtime Annapolis resident Boyd Tomkies expects to beat Australia in 2019. siroccomarine.com
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EdgeWater 205CX ’15 Beautiful boat. Very well equipped. Less than 50 hrs. Hull warranty. Call 410-267-8181 or email@example.com 23’ Mako ’89 very good condition $15,000/best offer. Mercury Optimax 225XL outboard eng, replaced 2009. Full engine maintenance May 18 . 77 gallon fuel tank replaced 2012. New batteries May 18, Cushions recovered 12, Nav system/fish finder. Call 410 626-8636.
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30’ Chaparral ’05 - $58,700 Quentin Haynie 804 577 7227 firstname.lastname@example.org www.curtisstokes.net
31’ Mainship ‘94 $54,900 Mark Welsh (410) 645 0007 email@example.com www.curtisstokes.net 31’ Silverton Flybridge Convertible ’94 T 260-hp, Air, mint condition $24,900 (610-299-3598) Upper Chesapeake Yacht Sales.
31’ Tiara ’85 $17,000 Anthony Gerogosian (703) 606-2975 firstname.lastname@example.org www.curtisstokes.net 32’ Bayliner 3255 Avanti ’87 Express Port engine replaced 2007. Lower units new 2010 (port) and 2015 (stbd). Super value. Call Todd Taylor, Boat Donation Program Dir. 410-745-4990 or email@example.com
30’ Chaparral 330 ‘09 Recently bottom pained & detailed. Great family boat $109,500 Contact Mike Skreptack 443-336-6243 or firstname.lastname@example.org 32’ Legacy 32 ’19 Building for Fall Show 2019 - Special pricing on this Boat Show equipped model. Blue hull, tan & white deck, genset, bow thruster, upgraded Cummins and more. May 2018 delivery.. Call TODAY 410-269-0939 CrusaderYachts.com 30’ Evans ’01 $57,000 Quentin Haynie (804) 577-7227 email@example.com www.curtisstokes.net
32’ Legacy Express ‘08 480-hp Cummins 130 hrs, 5 kW generator, bow and stern thruster, swim platform, transom door. $220,000. Chester, Tom 410-643-3452 http://craballeycustomboats.com 30’ Regal ’11 $104,900 Bill Boos (410) 200 9295 firstname.lastname@example.org www.curtisstokes.net
32’ Monterey 328SS ‘14 Sale price $115,000 Contact Mike Skreptack 443-336-6243 or email@example.com
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42' Sabre 2008 - Call Mark: 757.406.1673
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35' Viking 1987 - Call Jeremy: 410.507.4150
35' Cabo 2002 - Call Roger: 410.456.3659
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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
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
33’ Picnic Cruiser ’07 Downeaster low hr single engine dsl, gps, auto pilot, bow thruster, vacu flush toilet, refrigerator, propane stove, tv, stereo, ac / heat. Excellent inside and out. $129,900 717 439-9730 firstname.lastname@example.org
Surf Hunter 33 ’07 Rare jet option on the popular Ray Hunt design is perfect for the shallow Chesapeake!! A beautiful boat with a great ride and shallow draft. Asking $275,000 Composite Yacht 410 476-4414.
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34’ Marine Trader ’74 $46,850 Quentin Haynie (804) 577-7227 firstname.lastname@example.org www.curtisstokes.net 34’ Sea Ray Sundancer 340 ‘06 Beautiful New canvas, just detailed $111,500 Contact Mike Skreptack 443-336-6243 or email@example.com
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FEATuRED BROKERAGE BOATS 52 Regal 5260 Sport Coupe 2008 ........... SOLD 50 Cherubini Independence 2003 .....$859,000.00 46 Bertram 46.6 1981 ...........................Enquire 45 Provincial 2006 ......................... $339,900.00 43 Mainship 2005 ................................... SOLD 43 Menorquin 130 2004 ........................Enquire 42 Provincial 2006 .................................. SOLD
42 Symbol 2010 .............................$237,000.00 41 Sea Ray 415 1988 ..................................U/C 38 Chung Hwa Trawler 1981 ...........$135,000.00 37 Great Harbour N37 Trawler 2007 ........ SOLD 37 Sea Ray 370 1997 .............................. SOLD 34 Mast & Mallet Rabbit 1996 ...................U/C 34 Mainship Pilot 2005 ...............................U/C
32 Tiara 3200 2008 ................................. SOLD 32 Ocean Yachts Super Sport 1989 ....$53,000.00 31 Bayliner Ciara 3055 1999 ...........$34,900.00 30 Custom Deadrise 2001 ................$62,000.00 29 Dyer soft top 2001 .................... $129,000.00 22 Shamrock Cuddy 2005....................... SOLD 21 Roth Bilt cabin 2009 ..............................U/C
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Brokerage & Classified 43’ Tiara Sovran ’06 New Listing, Well-Cared for. Owner is upgrading. Ready to Show in Annapolis. $299,000 Call 410-280-2038 or email@example.com
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42’ Sea Ray 2004 $229,000 Year round cockpit comfort! Impressive 2 stateroom and 2 head arrangement. Great boat for family cruising! Call Chuck 703.999.7696 or email@example.com
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SLIPS & STORAGE
Yacht haven of annapolis
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30’ - 35’ Slips Available Annapolis City Marina, Ltd. in the heart of Eastport. Includes electric, water, restrooms with showers, and gated parking. Give us a call at (410) 268-0660, www.annapoliscitymarina.com. 30’ - 50’ Deepwater Slips for Sale & Rent. Flag Harbor Condo Marina on western shore of Chesapeake in St. Leonard, MD. Slip sales & rentals 410-586-0070/ firstname.lastname@example.org. Storage & Repairs 410-586-1915/ email@example.com www.flagharbor.com 40’ Covered Slips Available, Lusby MD Water, electric, bath house, laundry. Close to Solomons MD. $2400 annual lease. Visit LuckyDogMarina.com or call (419) 610-1659 for details.
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PropTalk's September Issue 2005
n August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Louisiana. Levees separating Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans were breached by the surge, flooding roughly 80 percent of the city and costing the lives of 1600. Oil prices had been rising even beforehand; a gallon of gas averaged $3.18.
Less than a month later Hurricane Rita hit the Gulf Coast, devastating parts of Texas and Louisiana and re-flooding New Orleans. In Italy, Pope John Paul II died the same year. In Great Britain, Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, married Camilla Parker Bowles. Lance Armstrong won the Tour de France before his “retirement.”
In 2005 in the U.S., George W. Bush was in his second term as president. Clint Eastwood’s “Million Dollar Baby” was released and would later win the Academy Award. In the tech world, YouTube was founded, and Microsoft released the Xbox 360 gaming console. On the Chesapeake Bay that summer, two dozen Greenpeace activists gathered in Reedville, VA, to protest the Omega Protein Corporation and push regulators to enforce tighter control over the harvest of menhaden on the Bay. Fisheries managers were trying to sort out ways to protect blue crabs. Not everyone wanted to be “managed.” That summer on the Bay boaters enjoyed cruising rendezvous, Labor Day festivities, docking contests, seafood festivals, safe boating courses, fly fishing workshops, free summer concert series, fishing charters, and powerboat races. And PropTalk released its third-ever issue—68 pages long—with John Bildahl’s photo of the Bertram 31 Slainte on the cover and the work of a half dozen contributors and three editors inside. As we put together this month’s September PropTalk (our 159th issue) and look forward to next summer, which will mark our 15th year dedicated to Bay boaters, we are grateful for our staff, contributors, distribution team, and above all, our readers. Thank you for being a part of PropTalk. #
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What’s New on .com 30th Cruising Anniversary
This summer, the S.S. John W. Brown, the last surviving World War II Liberty Ship on the U.S. East Coast, celebrates the 30th anniversary of its restoration to operating status.
Safe Catch and Release Fishing During the hottest part of the season, anglers are advised to practice safe catch and release fishing when fishing for striped bass, as high water temperatures can cause fish to become sensitive and stressed.
Invasive Blue Catfish
To understand the invasive blue catfish’s impact, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources targets them during spring and summer to determine the fish’s exact diet.
These Great Businesses Make PropTalk Possible. S hop with them and let them know their ad is working ! Annapolis Gelcoat...........................................30
Porter’s Seneca Marina....................................53
Annapolis Yacht Sales......................................74
Automotive Training Center............................56
Bay Bridge Marina and Yacht Club..................39
Eastport Yacht Center.....................................42
Bay Shore Marine............................................54
Fish For a Cure................................................27
Bluewater Yacht Sales.....................................71
Grande Yachts - Ned Dozier............................23
Boatyard Bar & Grill........................................25
Harbour Cove Marina......................................58
Boatyard Beach Bash.......................................37
Broad Creek Marina........................................22
Hidden Harbour Marina..................................42
Chesapeake Yacht Center..............................4,5
City of Cambridge Municipal Yacht Basin.......38
Kent Narrows Marine & Boatel.......................13
North Bay Marina............................................18
Coastal Climate Control..................................19
North Point Yacht Sales...................................73
Oyster Farm at Kings Creek............................33
Wooden Boat Restoration...............................57
Crusader Yacht Sales.......................................76
Oyster Recovery Partnership..........................34
Worton Creek Marina......................................40
S&J Yacht Sales...............................................75 Scandia Marine Center....................................31 Shore Power Solutions....................................30 Sirocco Marine/BRIG Inflatables.....................6,7 South River Boat Rentals.................................38 Tolchester Marina............................................21 Trawler Fest.....................................................28 Trident Marine Group......................................20 United States Powerboat Show.......................11 Waterfront Marine.............................................9
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For the past 15 years we have been outfitting all the best boats on the bay! And we have won every customer service award in the process. If you want first class service from an established, family owned operation, then give us a try! • Electronic Installations (sell & install all brands) • Audio Systems • LED Lighting
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