Solomons, Maryland, is not a hidden gem or a secret sailing destination; it’s more like an old friend that you know is there and can always go visit.
Cruising the Southern Chesapeake, you'll find it's quieter, breezier, and less crowded than the mid- and Upper Bay. ~by Tom Hale
We asked SpinSheet readers to share their favorite Chesapeake Bay anchorages, and the top answer was “don’t tell everybody.”
The 400-year-old port city of Norfolk, Virginia, offers everything from history to fine food and art, as well as much to see by water.
The largest of the Chesapeake's Eastern Shore rivers, the Choptank is a haven for sailors, anglers, and watermen.
Venturing north of the Bay Bridge brings a different kind of fun and challenge for cruising sailors on the Chesapeake.
There’s plenty to see and do in the nation’s capital, especially if you plan to explore via the Potomac River, the second larges tributary of the...
Exploring the Southern Chesapeake Bay from John Smith's 1608 perspective and today.
We thought it would be fun to compare Captain John’s Smith’s Chesapeake with the one we sail on today... thanks to NOAA's Chesapeake...