Rock Hall Md.
This weekend, the pirates of the Chesapeake will be swarming ashore at the nearby port of Rock Hall, Maryland.
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For anyone dreaming of those summer getaways to the Chesapeake Bay for heaping trays of steamed Maryland blue crabs, there may be something new on the menu.
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.
This is the weekend when swashbucklers who live pirate fantasies set a course for Rock Hall, Maryland, on the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
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.
It’s exciting and dynamic, but not as sexy as it sounds.
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.
I saw at least one child running around loose at a busy waterside crab deck, where boats tie up. And a there’s sheer drop into ten feet of water, with no guard rail.
Thousands of buccaneer enthusiasts will be heading for the port of Rock Hall, Maryland, a week from Friday, for the fourth annual “Pirates and Wenches” weekend.