This weekend marks the start of Commissioning Week in Annapolis. There are many activities and events surrounding the graduation of Midshipmen at the Naval Academy. One of these events is the Class of 2015’s Ring Dance. We were pleased to have Lindsey aboard today, a member of the class of 2015. Lindsey received her ring […]
As the Captain of the Boat & Breakfast this weekend. I was delighted by the sky just after sunrise. I love waking up and seeing this view! None of the guests were awake at the time, and it was a perfect moment to relax.
Today was an exciting day! The winds were beautiful and the temperature was mild. On every cruise other than the first one & sunset sail, we had a bachelorette party. On the 1:30, we had two groups. On the 4:00, we had another one. We made sure that the bride to be got a turn […]
YP stands for Yard Patrol. The midshipmen cruise these vessels near the YARD (it’s not a campus). These steel hulled vessels we saw were less than 2 years old. The Navy is gradually replacing their aging fleet of 40+ year old, wooden hulled vessels. Here we can see a MOB (man overboard) drill in progress. […]
Capt. Andy’s first day……! We had a wild and wooly day. About every type of wind condition we could see, we did. It went from a lazy light wind day to having to drop sails in front of and approaching storm. Good job Andy! We had birthdays. Jane brought her mom from PA down to […]
This Saturday I met Chris and Brad who live near the Severn River in Virginia. This Severn River is part of Mobjack Bay just North of Norfolk. There they keep their classic sailing Catalina 30. There are 3 Severn Rivers. The second, of course, forms Annapolis Harbor and the last is actually The River Severn, […]
Hosting the Boat and Breakfast gives me a chance to meet some of our guests in a more relaxed setting. This Saturday I met Chris and Brad who live near the Severn River in Virginia. This Severn River is part of Mobjack Bay just North of Norfolk. There they keep their classic sailing Catalina 30. […]
It started out as a very lazy day and ended up a very hazy day. The winds were supposed to be light in the morning and it surprised us and picked up to 12 knots. We were able to sail out to one of the coal carriers anchored in the Bay waiting to head up […]
It was an exciting start to the Wednesday Night race this week. We just finished our rules seminar with J World Sailing School, so we ready to practice using the rules. See all the photos on our Facebook page.
Living aboard is a lifestyle that is relatively common around the temperate mid-Atlantic coast. In Annapolis, there are folks that weekend on boats, some stay for a season, some for a lifetime. It’s a good place to be, the Land of Pleasant Living is what my favorite beer proclaims! I always look forward to staying […]