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Annapolis sailor and retired Naval officer Rob Taishoff developed an interest in sailing after working at the U.S. Naval Academy and taking sailing lessons while stationed in San...
"Susan has clearly made significant contributions to Maryland boaters, marine businesses, and to the environmental well-being of the Bay" The Marine Trades Association of Maryland’s (...
Meet Ken Comerford. He’s figured it out. Instead of trying to squeeze time in to feed his passion for sailing, he has successfully built boats and boating into his everyday life.
Congratulations to Steve Maddox, who was recently awarded the Timothea Larr Trophy by U.S. Sailing. Maddox is well-known and respected around the Chesapeake as the force behind...
The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) has been selected to build a new Maryland Dove, a representation of the late 17th-century trading ship that accompanied the first European...
The Annapolis Sailing School staff will celebrate its anniversary with festivities come summertime. John Cosby, managing director of Annapolis Sailing School, started working...
Performance Yacht Sales makes a big splash introducing the new...
BENETEAU America and Annapolis Yacht Sales (AYS) unveiled the first Oceanis 46.1 sailboat built in the United States at the AYS Spring Sailboat Open House on March 23, 2019.
Through the generous support of nearly 500 local individuals and companies, the 2017 Gowrie Group Challenge has raised more funds for The Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries than

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