News for and about cruising sailors, their regional clubs and club directory, the 100-day SpinSheet Century Club challenge, and favorite sailing destinations on the Chesapeake Bay.


In general, there are three types of sailing: day sailing, racing, and cruising. What kind of sailor are YOU?
The Dickerson Owners Association invites Classic Sailboats over 25 feet, whose first hull of the design was built no later than 30 years ago to come to the Chesapeake Classic Sailboat...
The 80th Wilmington Sail and Power Squadron (WSPS) Change of Watch highlighted personal recollections of happenings and people and was the semi-formal commemoration of the passing...
Do you love the idea of cruising the Chesapeake but don’t love the idea of owning your own boat? Then maybe membership in Parklawn Sailing Association is for you. 
Chesaeake catamaran sailor Jim Donnelly and his family circumnavigated the Great Loop. Here's how they handled the mast.
Two Chesapeake Bay Multihull Association boats traveled to Sarasota Bay FL, to compete in the 2019 Sarasota Sailing Squadron annual Sarasota Bay Multihull Regatta
Recently, we sat down with Donna Morrow, head of Maryland’s Clean Marina Program. While most readers will be familiar with the program, here are seven things you may not know:...
When it was too cold for most of us to sail on the Chesapeake, Crub Crabtowne members visited Sun Valley for a winter ski trip.
Too cold to sail? Singles On Sailboats offers plenty of alternatives to staying home during the winter.

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