Family weekend trip prep and five ways to make it easier on a busy family who's committed to sailing but still needs to get stuff done.
Maple sugaring is one of many water to keep kids connected to nature during winter. Photo courtesy of Oregon Ridge Nature Center.
Until young sailors return to the waterfront, keep them busy and happy with some nature-based fun. Here are just a few of the many options.
The Jones Family: Ken, Kaylee, and Danielle.
"In our travels, we've encountered several couples who do better than others at getting past these tense moments." --by Scott Neuman
Even with tropical breezes and turquoise waters calling seductively from the South, Bay sailors this October can find their own patch of paradise on the Chesapeake. By Tracy Leonard
Even when the chapters of your adventure wander into unexpected plot twists, happy endings are still possible. By Cindy Wallach
Photo courtesy of Pirate Adventures of the Chesapeake
The several maritime museums along the Chesapeake Bay are one option for shore excursions, but there are plenty of others to take advantage of all over the Bay while still remaining...
We were supposed to set sail in September. By November, we would be exploring historic St. Augustine. January, oh January in the Bahamas! Instead, we will remain in Baltimore.
Back in 1998 my boyfriend and I bought a PDQ36 catamaran together, moved aboard, and started sailing around the Chesapeake.
Although you may feel wrapped in winter’s grip, it’s already time to start planning summer camps and activities for kids.

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