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.
Sailing is definitely a family affair. But what if your family includes furry, feathered, and spiny critters? Keeping your pets safe and happy on the water takes some planning.
The Chesapeake Bay Pearson Sailing Association plans spring sock burning and welcomes new club members to share sailing experiences and rendezvous.
Chesapeake Bay sailing clubs welcome new members, especially in springtime. Here are several events designed to showcase opportunities to connect.
Why choosing a "fast track" sailing school option could be the worst decision for most students. ~By Brenton Lochridge
There is comfort in knowing that even in moments of solitude, there is a network of sailors ready to lend a hand, provide advice, or share a drink, becasue sometimes sailors yearn...
A sailor moves 5000 miles across country, knowing no one and nothing about sailing on the legendary Chesapeake Bay. How does one find a sailing club to join?
Finding the right marina means figuring out what your needs and tastes are, and doing a little dock to dock shopping around to ensure a good fit.
Cruisers U alumni find that classroom learning experiences translated well in real life cruising situations.
The Salty Dawg Sailing Association invites all sailors to join a cruising rally from the Chesapeake to Maine and then, a second rally from Maine to Nova Scotia.