Captain’s Blog – Schooner Woodwind https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com Annapolis Sailing Cruises Thu, 15 Feb 2018 22:12:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.4 Sunset Cruise https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2016/11/sunset-cruise-3-2/ https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2016/11/sunset-cruise-3-2/#respond Tue, 29 Nov 2016 14:40:09 +0000 https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/?p=12184 Fathers Day weekend Photo by Nancy Mariotti of Plainfield, IL

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Fathers Day weekend

Photo by Nancy Mariotti of Plainfield, IL

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Our Day Today…..In The rain…. https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2015/06/our-day-today-in-the-rain/ https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2015/06/our-day-today-in-the-rain/#comments Wed, 03 Jun 2015 03:23:17 +0000 https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/?p=10469 We started the day off with a 5 hour charter from Annapolis to Cantler’s Crab house and back. While sailing up to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on the way we saw the Kalmar Nyckel sailing under the center span toward us. What a fun sight. Sailing under the bridge is always fun…. Here is a […]

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We started the day off with a 5 hour charter from Annapolis to Cantler’s Crab house and back. While sailing up to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on the way we saw the Kalmar Nyckel sailing under the center span toward us. What a fun sight.

Kalmar Nyckel

Kalmar Nyckel

Kalmar Nyckel

Kalmar Nyckel

Sailing under the bridge is always fun….

Almost there....

Almost there….

Getting Closer ......

Getting Closer ……

There!!!

There!!!

Here is a pic of my stalwart group that braved the elements today…

The Legacy Foundation Group

The Legacy Foundation Group

When you say free beer this is what happens…rain or shine!!

Styling the Woodwind rain ponchos

Styling the Woodwind rain ponchos

We make these look gooood….

Rain, Wind  and Beer..Oh what a night

Rain, Wind and Beer..Oh what a night

Our beer rep. from the Union Craft Brewery in Baltimore at the helm of the Schooner Woodwind…And a great job he did. Thank you Matt for a great evening.

And when I sail a schooner...it is the Woodwind!!

And when I sail a schooner…it is the Woodwind!!

Thanks to all who came out today. The day was not the best weather wise but the atmosphere was fantastic and the sailing even better. Next time I promise the sun..wink wink.

Capt. Mickey

 

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The Start of the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race….. https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/10/the-start-of-the-great-chesapeake-bay-schooner-race/ https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/10/the-start-of-the-great-chesapeake-bay-schooner-race/#respond Fri, 17 Oct 2014 00:01:45 +0000 https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/?p=9284 Go Woodwind…!!!!   Competing in her 21st race Woodwind got off to a good start today. We were out there on Woodwind II with a boat load of well wishers. The conditions were in Woodwinds favor with lighter winds coming from the south making it and upwind race to start. Woodwind does well in the […]

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Go Woodwind…!!!!   Competing in her 21st race Woodwind got off to a good start today. We were out there on Woodwind II with a boat load of well wishers.

Woodwind getting ready for the start

Woodwind getting ready for the start

The conditions were in Woodwinds favor with lighter winds coming from the south making it and upwind race to start. Woodwind does well in the light winds compared to some of the heavier bigger schooners. Let’s hope the conditions hold out for her.

Pride of Baltimore setting her sails off the bow of Woodwind II

Pride of Baltimore setting her sails off the bow of Woodwind II

There were about 36 entries in the schooner race this year and we got to see quite a few of them close up.

 

 

Lynx

Lynx

Summer Wind

Summer Wind

Norfolk Rebel

Norfolk Rebel

The Norfolk Rebel comes up from Norfolk every year to act as the committee/start boat. What a fun boat. The start was exciting and the traffic was close, we got right in on the action and were able to get some great pics.

Lots of action at the start

Lots of action at the start

As we headed in at the end of our trip we were barely able to make out Woodwind in the distance ..she looked like she was doing well. Good luk to her and all her competitors through the night tonight.

Woodwind heading down the bay as we head back to the docks(good luck)

Woodwind heading down the bay as we head back to the docks(good luck)

 

If you want to track them I will put the link up to the race tracker sight.

http://www.baltimoremarinecenters.com/About-BMC/Schooner-Race-Tracking.aspx I did it…

Have a great night everyone…

Of course the sun came out at the very end of the trip...aahhh.

Of course the sun came out at the very end of the trip…aahhh.

 

 

 

 

 

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Classic Boat Regatta https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/09/classic-boat-regatta/ https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/09/classic-boat-regatta/#respond Sun, 21 Sep 2014 15:42:35 +0000 https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/?p=9162 The Fifth Annual NSHOF Classic Sailboat was held Sunday.  It was sponsored by the National Sailing Hall of Fame which is adjacent to City Dock.  What a great event!  What makes this event unique and special is that all the boats are made out of wood.  No “plastic fantastics” here.  There are many reasons to marvel […]

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The Fifth Annual NSHOF Classic Sailboat was held Sunday.  It was sponsored by the National Sailing Hall of Fame which is adjacent to City Dock.  What a great event!  What makes this event unique and special is that all the boats are made out of wood.  No “plastic fantastics” here.  There are many reasons to marvel at this fleet.  First, nothing can match the beauty of wood.  The aesthetics of design is very evident.  Enjoy!

Elf moves swiftly by in the light breeze.

Elf moves swiftly by in the light breeze.

Elf is the oldest wooden race boat still sailing. She was built in 1888. She has been lovingly restored by her current owner, Rick Carrion (http://www.cyrg.org/elf.htm). This effort has been his life’s work.

William Gardner designed the Star and she became a class boat in 1932.

William Gardner designed the Star and she became a class boat in 1932.

One of the most important construction material innovation is the invention of plywood. William Gardner used this material to build the Star.  She is still considered a fast, light, durable vessel and is still actively sailed today. There are thousands of these vessels competing around the world.

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Two yawls with their spinnaker, main and mizzen set.  

Think of yawls and ketches as cousins. Both are 2 masted, but it is the position of the mizzen that makes the difference. If the mizzen is behind the rudder post it is a yawl.

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The lovely ketch (left) Spellbound was built and designed by Ed Cutts, Sr and launched in 1970.

Ed Cutts, Sr was an innovator in use of materials. His designs incorporate the use of Kevlar in between double planking, perpendicular to the grain. This produces a very stable and light vessel. His sons are still building vessels using this technique http://cuttsandcase.com/designbuild.html. If anyone is looking for beauty and speed for a dream vessel, contact the Cutts brothers.

Woodwind II overtaking the much smaller Star.

Woodwind II overtaking the much smaller Star.

Woodwind II is a staysail schooner design that was popular between 1920 and 1940. She was designed by John Scarano at the Scarano Boat Yard (http://www.scaranoboat.com/) and launched in 1998. If she looks familiar it is because she or her twin sister sails in Annapolis harbor every day and she was in the movie Wedding Crashers.

Captain Mark in light blue shirt, with Lisa feeding hungry James, while Ian watches patiently.

Captain Mark in light blue shirt, with Lisa feeding hungry James, while Ian watches patiently.

My thanks to Mark Faulstick, the owner of the highly competitive schooner, Adventurer, for letting me crew on his vessel. Congratulations on a second in class!

What does Ken do on his day off?  Go sailing!

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Star Spangled Sailabration https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/09/star-spangled-sailabration/ https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/09/star-spangled-sailabration/#respond Tue, 16 Sep 2014 20:03:21 +0000 https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/?p=9140 This past weekend was the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Baltimore which took place Sept 12 – 13, toward the end of the War of 1812.  It was one of the most significant battles of the war.  Francis Scott Key witnessed the event from on board a British warship while trying to secure the […]

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This past weekend was the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Baltimore which took place Sept 12 – 13, toward the end of the War of 1812.  It was one of the most significant battles of the war.  Francis Scott Key witnessed the event from on board a British warship while trying to secure the release of the non combatant, Dr Beanes.  He was so inspired by the event that he wrote the poem “The Defense of Baltimore” and set it to a popular English drinking song, “Anacreon in Heaven”.  It was immediately a success as a patriotic song, but didn’t officially become our National Anthem until 1931.

We took Woodwind with 36 guests to attend the last event of the Star Spangled Sailabration.  After an exciting sail up to the mouth of the Patapsco River, we then motored to see the vessels leave Baltimore Harbor.  The first vessels leaving the harbor were active duty Navy vessels from the US and various other nations.  What was interesting and left an immediate impression was what we did not see: There were no large guns or cannon.  Several years ago I was on the Battleship Massachusetts (now a museum piece).  One of the docents said that her 16 inch guns (diameter of the shells fired) could accurately hit a target 20 miles away.  I asked , with that accuracy, why would you stop using battleships.  He said that today, with our modern missiles and other weaponry,  in the unlikely event that you even see the enemy, one of you will be vaporized in less than 15 seconds!  Contrast that with the naval battles of 1812.  The range of the best guns was an inaccurate range of 2 miles and vessels did not open with full fire power until normally only yards away.  In fact I related to our guests that in the battle between the USS Constitution (Old Ironsides) and the HMS Guerriere, several of the broadsides (firing all cannon on one side at the same side) took place at a range of 15 yards!  The Constitution pumped the cumulative weight of over 400 pounds of metal with each broadside.  The two vessels slugged it out for two and a half hours until the Guerriere was dis-masted and surrendered.

USS Leyte Gulf (CG-55) is a Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser.

USS Leyte Gulf (CG-55) is a Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser.

USS Oak Hill (LSD 51) is a Harpers Ferry-class dock landing ship of the U.S. Navy.
USS Oak Hill (LSD 51) is a Harpers Ferry-class dock landing ship of the U.S. Navy.

HNoMS Fridtjof Nansen (F310) is a frigate of the Royal Norwegian Navy and the lead ship of the Fridtjof Nansen-class of warships. The ship’s namesake, Fridtjof Nansen (1861-1930), was a Norwegian explorer, scientist, diplomat, humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize laureate.

 

HMCS Athabaskan (DDG 282) is an Iroquois-class (sometimes referred to as Tribal-class) destroyer of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN).

HMCS Athabaskan (DDG 282) is an Iroquois-class (sometimes referred to as Tribal-class) destroyer of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN).

TCG Kemalreis (F-247) is a Salih Reis-class frigate of the Turkish Navy.

TCG Kemalreis (F-247) is a Salih Reis-class frigate of the Turkish Navy.

 

Pride of Baltimore II is an example of what would have been used during the War of 1812.

Pride of Baltimore II is an example of what would have been used during the War of 1812.

The Pride of Baltimore II and the Lynx are the only 2 vessels that replicate what would have been typical of the smaller warships used during the War of 1812.  They were often called Baltimore Clippers.  Built for speed, not cargo, they are schooner rigged.  Their advantage against often larger square rigged vessels would have maneuverability and speed.   Schooners can point higher into the wind and if faced with a large frigate like the Guerriere, would have escaped to windward.  The British were impressed with the design and when they could capture these vessels, would re-man them with their crews and use them against us.

The Lynx is rigged similar to the Pride of Baltimore II.  The original Lynx was a privateer built in Fells Point and was used during the War of 1812.  Notice her split lower square sail on her foremast.

The Lynx is rigged similar to the Pride of Baltimore II. The original Lynx was a privateer built in Fells Point and was used during the War of 1812. Notice her split lower square sail on her foremast.

In the photo of Lynx, she is sailing downwind. When she sailed up wind, the split lower sail would be furled and she would have used her fore, like in the photo of the Pride.

 

Lady Maryland is a Pungy Schooner.

Lady Maryland is a Pungy Schooner.

Lady Maryland is a schooner that would have been used for cargo in the mid 1800’s. She is much wider in the beam. The green and pink hull was very typical of the colors used to paint vessels at that time. Her rig is much simpler than the Pride for she would have had minimal crew.

The barque Eagle is heading away from us under power.

The barque Eagle is heading away from us under power.

The USCG Eagle is the only square rigged ship that is owned by our military.  She is a training ship for the United States Coast Guard.  She was built in Germany in 1936 and we obtained her as part of reparations from World War II.  Cargo ships like this were common for trans ocean passages during the mid to late 1800’s.  At the same time schooners like Lady Maryland were used for cargo coast wise.  The reason schooners were used for coast wise commerce is because the winds along the coast are unpredictable and windward sailing was common.  Trans ocean sailing was planned to make use of the predictable trade winds where down wind sailing is most common.

Finally, back in the harbor of Annapolis, I was able to capture the beautiful schooner Adventurer, built for pleasure in 1928.

Adventurer, was built in 1928 in Connecticut and is owned by our friend, Mark  Faulstick.

Adventurer, was built in 1928 in Connecticut and is owned by our friend, Mark Faulstick.

Just as I was about to leave Woodwind, I hear a shout from my daughter Jen (uhmm, that’s Captain Jen) who is on a pleasure cruise on a paddle board with some of her friends.

Captain Jen on her day off.

Captain Jen on her day off.

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Today on the Bay….. https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/09/today-on-the-bay/ https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/09/today-on-the-bay/#respond Fri, 12 Sep 2014 13:31:55 +0000 https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/?p=9111 We were lucky on our 1st sail today to time our arrival near the leeward mark just right to see both of the downwind legs in the J80 North American Championships. Look at all the fun spinnakers coming down wind to the mark with the bay bridge in view behind the fleet. Got right up […]

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J80 North Americans

J80 North Americans

We were lucky on our 1st sail today to time our arrival near the leeward mark just right to see both of the downwind legs in the J80 North American Championships.

Look at all the fun spinnakers coming down wind to the mark with the bay bridge in view behind the fleet.

More downwind J80 action...

More downwind J80 action…

Got right up next to this big guy and waved to some of the crew that were painting the cranes.

 

Sugar ship waiting to head to Baltimore

Sugar ship waiting to head to Baltimore

Some of our summer crews cousins visited us today while in town seeing family. It was a pleasure to meet you and I know we will see you again because you bought the koozie.

I guess we could call you Capt. Ron...Haha

I guess we could call you Capt. Ron…Haha

One of the guests taking a pic of another great sunset in Annapolis!!

It never gets old. My favorite part of the day

It never gets old. My favorite part of the day

 

 

 

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Stacey’s First Sail, Dramatic Sky https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/08/staceys-first-sail-dramatic-sky/ https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/08/staceys-first-sail-dramatic-sky/#respond Mon, 01 Sep 2014 02:25:52 +0000 https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/?p=9088 Sunday, the southwest wind  blew between 15 to 20 knots, producing ideal sailing conditions.  We tacked out of the harbor and then eased our course and toward the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.  Stacey had never sailed before, but she enjoyed the experience so much that she asked to take the helm a second time.  Later in […]

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Stacey concentrates on the distant shore, keeping Woodwind on course. Nice going, Stacey!

Sunday, the southwest wind  blew between 15 to 20 knots, producing ideal sailing conditions.  We tacked out of the harbor and then eased our course and toward the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.  Stacey had never sailed before, but she enjoyed the experience so much that she asked to take the helm a second time.  Later in the cruise she was given the opportunity which so changed her outlook that she has decided to take sailing lessons.

We sailed under the Bay Bridge and then turned around and headed back.  Woodwind II had also taken the same course but turned before us.  She had a charter with food on board and Captain Andy wisely opted not to carry full sail, so that the passengers could eat their food (instead of wearing the food), where as we pressed on with all available canvas.  Slowly we gained on them until they were just ahead and to our leeward as we turned for Annapolis Harbor.

We slowly catch up to Woodwind.

The last sail of the day started the same as the first three: Great sailing with both vessels racing to the Bridge. However, we notice the sky darkening and the cloud patterns change from puffy to menacing.  Both Captain Andy and I both decide to shorten sail and head back.  As the photo below illustrates, it looks as if Mother Nature decides to point a cloudy finger directly at Woodwind II’s rig.

The threatening cloud points directly at Woodwind under jib and main.

The threatening cloud points directly at Woodwind II under jib and main.

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History Monday and More…… https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/08/history-monday-and-more/ https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/08/history-monday-and-more/#respond Mon, 25 Aug 2014 13:45:01 +0000 https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/?p=9036 What a great day on the water we had today. We had lots of fun families join us and we put them right to work. And they did a great job. After helping with the sails they came back to the wheel and helped me steer the boat as well. Thank you guys for doing […]

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What a great day on the water we had today.

We had lots of fun families join us and we put them right to work.

Wyatt and Caroline helping dad with the stay sail

Wyatt and Caroline helping dad with the stay sail

And they did a great job. After helping with the sails they came back to the wheel and helped me steer the boat as well. Thank you guys for doing a wonderful job!!!

Wyatt and Caroline on the helm of the Schooner Woodwind

Wyatt and Caroline on the helm of the Schooner Woodwind

History Monday is always fascinating, and tonight proved to be no different. Dave Gendell,co-founder of Spinsheet Magazine came aboard and spoke about The Legends and Lore of Annapolis. What great stories. Thank you Dave.

Co-founder of spinsheet magazine Dave Gendell

Co-founder of spinsheet magazine Dave Gendell

We had a special treat tonight as one of our guests was Mrs. Carol Patterson of the community of Bay Ridge, Annapolis. Mrs. Patterson is the co-author of a book on the history of the community of Bay Ridge and she got up a gave everyone  a 5 minute spiel on some of the events that took place back in time in this wonderful community.

Thank you carol it was a pleasure to meet you and have you on board.

Author Carol Patterson speaking on the history of Bay Ridge

Author Carol Patterson speaking on the history of Bay Ridge

I can not resist posting sunset pictures. We get so many, but it never gets old. Enjoy…..

Another beautiful sunset over Annapolis

Another beautiful sunset over Annapolis

 

 

 

 

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Anyone Can Sail When It’s Sunny……. https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/08/anyone-can-sail-when-its-sunny/ https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/08/anyone-can-sail-when-its-sunny/#respond Sat, 23 Aug 2014 11:38:14 +0000 https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/?p=9025 But it takes a special type of person to come sailing when it’s raining. And that is exactly what I kept telling everyone all day as the rain continued to fall. But the winds were great and the sailing fantastic and all had a good time. The rains didn’t come until the 2nd sail of […]

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But it takes a special type of person to come sailing when it’s raining.

Welcome to the Woodwind Adventure.

Welcome to the Woodwind Adventure

And that is exactly what I kept telling everyone all day as the rain continued to fall. But the winds were great and the sailing fantastic and all had a good time.

The rains didn’t come until the 2nd sail of the day so our girl scout troop that came out on our early sail got lucky.

Troop #4651 got the opportunity to learn about the boat, did some navigation with the charts , and each scout got to steer the boat.

Girl Scout Troop #4651 in charge of the schooner Woodwind

Girl Scout Troop #4651 in charge of the schooner Woodwind

What a way to start the day. I hope your picnic lunch after the trip did not get rained out.

At the wheel of the Schooner Woodwind

At the wheel of the Schooner Woodwind

The rain gods decided to give us a break and we were able to sail the entire sunset without any rain. The wind picked up and it turned out to be a fantastic sail. It is nice this time of year as it gets dark earlier to come back into the harbor and see all the lights of the town..

Another big round of applause for all the troopers that sailed with us today…you are special!!!

Capt. Mickey

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Light Winds and History…. https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/08/light-winds-and-history/ https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/2014/08/light-winds-and-history/#respond Mon, 18 Aug 2014 11:44:46 +0000 https://www.schoonerwoodwind.com/?p=8993 The day started off with a good amount wind and the 1st trip was a 3 hour charter and we sailed all the way down to the Thomas Point Lighthouse. It is always a treat to have the right wind direction and speed to make it down here and back, it was nice to have […]

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The day started off with a good amount wind and the 1st trip was a 3 hour charter and we sailed all the way down to the Thomas Point Lighthouse.

Thomas Point Light

Thomas Point Light

It is always a treat to have the right wind direction and speed to make it down here and back, it was nice to have the extra hour to be able to show our guests this historic lighthouse.

The Annapolis Maritime Museum on 2nd street in Eastport arranges tours a couple of times a month if anyone is interested in touring the lighthouse.

There are several still on land that can be toured but Thomas Point Light is the last working screwpile lighthouse in the bay.

We snuck into Back Creek on our next sail looking for the elusive wind that died on us, we found a little.

McNasby's Oyster House

McNasby’s Oyster House

We sailed by the McNasby’s Oyster house, which is the home of the Annapolis Maritime Museum on our way into the creek. Many times when the winds die out on the bay we can find some back up in the creeks and today we were lucky.

Kids helping raise the staysail

Kids helping raise the staysail

We had lots of kids out on the boat today and Sam put them right to work raising the staysail. It is always fun. I think I touched the steering wheel for only 20 minutes during this sail because of the amount of help I had helming the boat. I did get a good nap though….just kidding!!

Monday night is always history night and tonight we had historian Heather Erst aboard. Heather spoke to us about the War of 1812 and some of the many battles that occurred in and around the Annapolis area.

Historian Heather Erst

Historian Heather Erst

Thank you Heather it is always a pleasure to have you come out with us.

Till next time ….Capt. Mickey

 

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