If you’re interesting in charting a sailboat on the Chesapeake Bay or beyond, click through the buttons on this page for sailing resources, such as destination and how-to articles, tips for sailors on provisioning and planning, and charter company ideas.


For a successful chart experience, don't leave a charter base without getting answers to these five questions. 
Chartering with people who have never done it before? No problem, so long as you consider their needs, interests, fears, budgets, and passions. ~by Zuzana Prochazka
Life on a tropical island, sailing for a living... the ups and downs of living and working in paradise. by Cindy Wallach
Ideas and inspiration for chartering a sailboat on the Chesapeake. By Beth Crabtree
Ko Doc Mai is a typical limestone pinnacle, but this one is particularly good for diving. Photo by Michaela Urban
The bay’s 42 islands are home to majestic limestone pinnacles, hidden lagoons, and miles and miles of pristine beach and jungle. By Eric Vohr
To accompany Craig Ligibel's "Postcard from SW Florida's Charlotte Harbor--Rx for the Winter Blahs" in the March 2017 issue of SpinSheet, here's our Charlotte Harbor Guide.
Charter Sailing in Greece
To minimize surprises, pack two bags: one with personal items, and one as captain with a bevy of essentials. By Zuzana Prochazka
Sailors already have a justly deserved reputation for carousing. But a trip to the BVI seems to magnify that sort of behavior. --by Eva Hill
With a captain who’s geared toward teaching, a charter can be a learning opportunity for any sailor who wants to take it up a notch. --by Beth Crabtree

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