See the Bay
Each month, our See the Bay section features a Chesapeake Bay destination in either Maryland or Virginia. We let boaters know top places to visit in the area, where to eat, and anything you need to know if visiting by boat.
October 21, 2019
Just up the Rappahannock River, past Deltaville and Irvington, is the historic colonial port town of Urbanna, home of Virginia's official oyster festival.
September 30, 2019
For the nearly 15 years PropTalk Magazine has been in business, our staff has manned a booth at the U.S.
July 10, 2019
I knew my waistline was in trouble when I pitched a story about Crisfield, the Crab Capital of the World, to my e
June 12, 2019
What makes the Chesapeake Bay so special is that all the rivers, coves, and creeks have beautiful scenery, abundant varieties of wildlife, and superb fishing.
May 18, 2019
Among Middle Bay boaters, the Kent Narrows waterway is a well-known and popular dock-and-dine destination. It’s also the most direct water route between the Chester River and the Eastern Bay.
May 6, 2019
Bordered by the Bay on the west and Kent Narrows on the east, Kent Island is a fast growing community at the foot of the eastern end of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
March 25, 2019
On March 25, 1634, European settlers from the ships the Ark and the Dove first stepped foot onto Maryland soil at
March 13, 2019
The Memorial Day weekend Chestertown Tea Party Reenactment pays homage to the 1774 event with pageantry, fun, and festivities.
December 12, 2018
As the holidays wind down, conversations turn to New Year’s Resolutions. Boaters, rather than resolutions, let's make boating plans. Here are our top 10 ways to get on the water more in 2019.
November 13, 2018
Just because your boat has been hauled for the winter does not mean that you can’t get out and explore Chesapeake country. There’s much to do along and near the waterfront during the holidays for the…
October 9, 2018
There are many distinctive neighborhoods that make Annapolis so special. Here are a few you'll want to explore.
September 12, 2018
First founded in 1682 and within 100 years known as the “Colonial Capital of the Eastern Shore,” Easton, MD, today remains Talbot County’s “big city.” All year long, this town of 17,000 attracts ar
August 15, 2018
A great many cruisers travel to and through Hampton Roads who would never think to turn west at the mouth of the harbor, but there’s a hidden little gem at the Old Point Comfort Marina.