The shoreline beckons during these lazy days of summer, when relaxing hours on boats provide the body with a cooling bay breeze and the mind is lulled by the tranquility of protected waters.
If you want to see the city but dread traffic, take to the water!
For an almost gas free getaway, look no farther than the wind to carry a crew off to fun and adventure. Here’s a rundown of what to look for, where to charter and what you’ll need.
While vacationing aboard a modern cruise ship is supposed to be fun, a “Cruise to Hell” can provide a treasure trove of salty yarns to fuel happy hour conversations for years to come. In truth, very few disasters get in the way.
Athletes are preparing to show off their talents along the Schuylkill, for the annual regatta, which attracts colleges from across the country.
Being a good guest, whether you know stem from stern, can almost guarantee repeated invites. If you have friends with boats, just follow these simple ideas and you’ll be spending more than a few weekends on rivers, bays and shore points this summer.
Here’s a thumbnail sketch of some of the top destination marinas, chosen for location, access to interesting attractions, restaurants and nightlife, deep water and amenities.
If you have a power boat, you know this already, but the rising price of fuel that has plagued motorists may make those on the water seasick.
Just in time to chase those winter blues – it’s the Atlantic City Boat Show at the convention center.
During this Army-Navy weekend, some Naval Academy crafts are docked at Penn’s Landing for you to check out. And, there’s also a larger, Army vessel nearby.