Head east from the Hamptons to Nantucket with this guided east coast cruise. Begin your cruise at Sag Harbor Yacht Club, in the historic whaling village of Sag Harbor, NY, and continue east with stops including Montauk, Newport, Martha’s Vineyard, and more.
Take a cruise north beginning in Georgia, known as the “Empire State of the South,” to Virginia, “The Old Dominion”, and home of famous Virginians including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe and more! Take a cruise leaving from St. Simons Island, GA passing through historic Savannah, and Charleston, a gem of the south Read More
Head north from New Jersey to Maine with this helpful east coast cruise. Begin this cruise at Cape May’s South Jersey Marina, one of the top fishing spots destinations and head north with stops including New York, Newport, Boston and more.
The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AICW) is a continuous and mostly protected navigable route from Miami, Florida to Norfolk, Virginia. Originally conceived in 1802 for commercial use, today it is primarily used by recreational vessels, however light-draft commercial vessels along with small tugs pulling barges will make use of the AICW to avoid exposed open ocean Read More
Long Island Sound could busy mariners for years. Its glacially-sculpted namesake – Long Island – borders the south. Connecticut creates the northern shores. The Big Apple shines from the west. This 100-mile tidal estuary of the Atlantic Ocean carries boaters from working waterfronts to quiet coves and crannies, and everything in between.
The Chesapeake Bay is a spectacular North American cruising ground that was shaped by a big bang 35 million years ago when a comet or asteroid slammed into what is now the lower tip of the Delmarva Peninsula. That impact left a crater 55 miles wide that became a convenient depression for rivers to flow Read More