The Chesapeake Bay has so many unique places we can only give you a sample of our favorites. Maybe you are hoping for a quiet anchorage followed by a quaint town visit. Possibly it’s a visit to Baltimore’s busy port or downtown Annapolis. Drop us a note so we can help design your adventure.


Annapolis… Home to the US Naval academy, Maryland State House and 18th century architecture. Spend the afternoon taking in the sites or enjoying a few of the many restaurants along the colonial seaport.


Baltimore… Spend a weekend at the Inner Harbor with attractions that fit everyone’s agenda. Visit the National Aquarium or a few Historic warships then take in Orioles Park for a baseball game. If your looking for nightlife check out Power Plant Live.


St Michaels… Known for its ship building and tobacco this Chesapeake Bay settlement should not be missed. Walk the town when you arrive then spend the afternoon finishing off a half bushel of crabs.


Kent Island… On the cruise to the largest island in the Bay take in the sites of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge that opened in 1952. Cruise the narrows and dock at one of the many restaurants for a meal and boat watching.


Rock Hall… Watermen and their families have worked the Bay for generations calling this charming village home. Musians and Artists come for the inspriational surroundings so why not join them for an afternoon of local fare and music.


Oxford… This quite town is home to the oldest working full service Inn established in 1710 (Robert Morris Inn). Stroll the town and view the restored homes from the 18th, 19th and 20th century but make sure to stop at the Scottish Highland Creamery for a bite of ice cream.


Severn River… Is a beautiful waterway dotted by waterfront estates and great anchorages. Enjoy food and drinks aboard while cruising the river finishing at the US Navel Academy.


South River… A 10 mile tributary offering anchorages, restaurants and amazing scenery. Just around the corner from the mouth of the South river is Thomas Point lighthouse. Another landmark you don’t want to miss.