The recent closing of the Interstate 495 bridge and the resultant overload on I-95 have frustrated the summer crowd heading for popular destinations on the Chesapeake Bay and the Delaware seashore. Here are alternatives.
If you’re off on a spring cruise or overseas getaway, try putting some planning into your foreign bargain shopping.
If you’re tired of hocking the house for a bushel of crabs on a Maryland getaway, you’ll be pleased to know the do-it-yourself crab season opened on April 1st.
Whether your idea of a romantic Valentine’s Day getaway runs to the shore, the mountains, or the bay, here’s a trio of ideas to make the holiday memorable.
Today we say a seasonal bon voyage to a waterfront friend.
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.
While ocean temperatures at the Jersey Shore have been a little chilly lately just to the south, in the Chesapeake Bay, the water has been almost hot.
Chesapeake Bay waters are relatively placid compared to the Atlantic, but there’s still some big fish — including a lot of full-flavored rockfish waiting for an angler’s bait.
“Gunkholing,” one of the most expressive words in the English language, simply means cruising to a small sheltered cove that’s just perfect for anchoring your boat.
Dominion Resources has filed paperwork to convert a plant on the Chesapeake Bay that now imports gas into an export facility.
It’s bonanza time for crab lovers!
Jay’s close friend’s sailing cruise on the Chesapeake Bay has been named Maryland’s number one tour.
Power boaters may feel squeezed by stratospheric fuel prices, but it won’t keep them off the water.
This week, Civil War buffs will be observing a reënactment of the most significant naval battle in US waters -– the clash between the “Monitor” and the “Merrimack,” on the Chesapeake Bay.
A getaway to the nearby Chesapeake Bay this summer could put visitors on a working crab boat, on the trail of Captain John Smith.