Very nice boat!
Power boat traffic intense on Sassafras and North East Saturday and Sunday. Looks like pandemics boat sale reports are true. Not sure there was much trading for those new owners.Great four days on the upper bay... More or less a motor boat though.
No landings for dingys in Have De Grace... And not much protected places to anchor so we left and went to the Sassafrass. I wouldn't go back anytime soon... And the power boat traffic was insane in the channel up the Susquehannaa.
Saw these two in Whitehall bay on Saturday night. Watched another come screaming up Eastern Bay and down the Miles and turn into the Wye on Friday. On plane, towing about a 22ft center console. Impressive. They spent more in fuel in that run than my boat cost I think...I've noticed what might be a new trend on the Chesapeake - mega yachts anchoring overnight. I've been used to seeing them tied up in Annapolis and Baltimore but rarely seen them moored anywhere else. Two weeks ago I saw one anchored in the bay near the eastern shore just south of the Rock Hall harbor. This weekend I saw a different one anchored on the Chester just north of the Queenstown Creek entrance. These are big boats, at least 100'. Has anyone else had any sightings? I guess this is a new way of "gunkholing" for the .01%.
I am far from being a Kent Narrows expert but as far as I can tell, restaurant-wise everything is happening North of the bridges anyway. I seem to remember a new rather big place South but the ones North seemed more 'authentic' whatever that means.We’d prefer to stay north of the bridge, since passing under twice in one day is more excitement than I need. 😉
Thanks Chef, it hasn't been easy getting the family on board with my sailing plans. We are all landlocked midwesterners, (except for my wife, who grew up in Eastchester New York, 15 minutes from parts of Long Island Sound, but never set foot on a sailboat. I don't even know how something like that is possible.)Thanks for sharing... Great hear you're getting the next generation out 😃