Ben Ellison frets about Hurricane Florence's impact on the marina's he favors in the Carolinas.
Sailfeed contributor, Tom Hale, offers his thoughts on what the ICW will look like post Florence
My favorite Crown Jewel on all the Chesapeake is St. Michaels. This charming village with a fabulous anchorage overlooking the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is without peer.
It happened again. She stepped off and called him an “Animal.” He tossed her bag on the dock and accused her of being a “Dog.” They were both wrong. The problem was not that he was an animal or that she was a dog, but that they weren’t.
Expect yacht captains to breathe more easily with three or four additional feet of water under their keels as they make their way up the Intracoastal Waterway to the Bahia Mar and Las Olas marinas.
My expectations for the recently announced On The Water ChartGuides were high, but darn if checking out a whole 120 page review copy didn't blow me away.
Technically, the bitter end is the part of a rope that’s tied off. And from that definition has sprung more dire meanings. But for Amy and I, its meaning is something else altogether.
Cruising guide and PassageMaker 'Frugal Fav' authors, Mark & Diana Doyle, have published their new, two-volume “ChartGuide” series including over 3,000 guidance notes and annotations for the Intracoastal Waterway.
Arthur is heading our way as we're anchored in Connecticut, which leaves us to play a game of "find the boat hidden in the storm radar."
On their way from Sag Harbor, New York, to coastal Connecticut, John and Amy endure a day-long visit from Foghorn Leghorn.