Annapolis Landing Marina, on the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis Maryland offers quality services with a yacht club atmosphere.
outstanding service, support, marine repair and maintenance forthe recreational boater at a full-service boatyard
Full-service marina in Maryland on 24 acres near the mouth of thePotomac River can accommodate vessel to 200 feet. 160 permanent andtransient slips (open and covered) in a deepwater well-protected cove,75 miles from Annapolis and Norfolk, 90 miles from Wash. D.C., dieseland gas, pumpout, towboat, two air conditioned bathhouses, pool,restaurant, picnic area with gr
Portsmouth Boat Club members own powerboats, sailboats, and R/C Boats and participate in a regatta, yacht races, sail races, powerboat races and cruises
Designed and built over a thirty year period as a modified replica of a 1767 Boston Schooner. Larinda is a unique vessel with modern safety features. yet she retains traditional wood appointments and museum quality. Much of her construction was done with recycled 100 year old hard pine. A restored 7-ton 1928 Wolverine 100HP diesel provides auxiliary power. Her 300 lb. bronze cannons add period excitement. Featured in publications worldwide, Larinda has also starred in several documentaries shown on national and local television. Awards have been won at boat shows including the 1997 Wooden Boat Show, the 1998 and the 1999 Boston Antique and Classic Boat Show.
SpinSheet is an Annapolis-based company founded in the summer of 1995 by two active Chesapeake Bay sailors, Mary Ewenson and Dave Gendell. This web destination is designed by, for, and about Chesapeake Bay Sailors