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chesapeakebay Sail in July

I am going to be on a Dragonfly 26 on the chesapeakebay , I cant wait i have never been on this body of water before! It should be a great time! Is anyone going to be near the Magothy River on the weekend of the 4th, i never thought i would have to pay for a ride, but we are going to do this!Chesapeake Sailing Tours

Maybe we can meet anyone somewhere for dinner i do not know the area but i will learn it quickly!
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We are heading out on the 3rd for about a 7-9 cruise in the bay, mostly Southern portions most likely.

The fireworks that Gibson Island Marina puts on is pretty good, but nothing beats what we saw two years ago on Rock Creek. Drop the hook off Fort Smallwood Park or past the green outside of MYC and you'll see a show like no other. Last year many of the homes along the creek seemed as if they were competing for best in show. The fireworks last for a solid two hours, they were still going at 11:30...WTH


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SoS if you want come up to the harbor and i will take you out for a few hours if you want. my boat might not be as fast or even as great of shape but its free if you want to see the inner harbor area out to the bay
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