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.


RC sailing has become popular over the years for a variety of reasons, but mainly because it is a lot of fun and quite satisfying.
The Chesapeake Bay Tartan Sailing Club (CBTSC) will meet January 28 in Galesville, MD, to lay out the sailing calendar for 2018
Singles on Sailboats (SOS) will sponsor “The Art & Science of Learning Sailing” Saturday, February 10 in Baltimore.
The Patapsco River Power Squadron (PRPS) invites the public to attend a navigation seminar Saturday, February 10, in Glen Burnie, MD.
Are you a Chesapeake Bay sailor considering a cruise in the Great Lakes this spring or summer? Webinars are an easy, affordable way to learn more about the area without...
Why sail across the Atlantic? I think all of our crew would say: “We haven’t yet done it, and it represents the next step in truly experiencing and enjoying offshore sailing.” 
You may dread your office holiday party, but a party with your sailing crew? That's a different story.
Cruisers are becoming citizen scientists and lowering round, 30 cm white disks into the sea to study the oceans' phytoplankton and the marine food chain. ~by Daria Blackwell
We became parents to oyster spat. They hang by our dock and we check on them. It's like having a mini oyster reef right next to our boat.

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