Exploring the Hidden Gems of the Lower Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay is the nation’s largest estuary. While known for its expansive waters, ideal for sailing and cruising, it is also encompassed by over 100,000 navigable rivers, creeks, and coves. We may be tempted to hurry past those tucked away places, many of which are less than a few hours apart, but the coastal towns and serene settings of the Chesapeake’s southern shores are worth the slowdown.

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Sailing from Croatia to the Caribbean Part 1

By Rob McLean What do these individuals have in common: • A medical doctor working in family medicine in Orillia, Ontario, Canada. • One of the world’s leading experts on growing…

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Kit & Skip Fry

I used the term O.G. in a conversation with my father (67 yrs young) the other day and realized the acronym, which was a commonplace term for my generation, did not exist in his vocabulary. So let’s start there: Before Ice-T was a household name for being a bad actor on Law and Order SVU, he was a rapper, and in 1991, he had a song named 'O.G. Original Gangster.’

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The House of Heat

La Cruz de Huanacaxtle definitely holds a special place in our hearts. After all, it was where my partner Chris and I spent a good chunk of our 2023 cruising season. Not only does the town offer lively music, incredible restaurants, and a laid back vibe but it’s also incredibly friendly which is how we came to meet Dakota.

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