Chesapeake Bay Yacht Charters
offer a wide range of port attractions in Maryland. Major areas accessed by the Chesapeake Bay are metropolitan Baltimore, and “America’s Sailing Capital” – Annapolis. Yacht recreation abounds in this largest estuary in the United States of America, with outlets into the Atlantic Ocean. The Chesapeake Bay is famous for crabbing and fishing, noticed extensively in the local cuisine. This region especially flourishes during the months of April through October. Off the northwest shores of the Chesapeake, the historic resort city of Havre de Grace has plenty of water activities, museums, tours, antiques, and shopping, as well as the Baysail School. Only 35 minutes south of Havre De Grace lies the bustling city of Baltimore. The Inner Harbor, offering serenity amidst liveliness, is replete with daytime and nighttime activities: home to the National Aquarium, sports stadiums, and a major concert pavilion. Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is a major collection of yacht marinas close to a wealth of attractions. Mid-way down the Chesapeake Bay is the city of Annapolis: the capital of Maryland, and the first capital of the post-American Revolution United States. Annapolis is home to the oldest sailing school for the public in the United States as well as the historic U.S. Naval Academy. The harbor celebrates the largest “floating” boat show in the United States each fall. Annapolis is regarded as one of the finest yachting locations worldwide and has several active yacht clubs. Near the southwestern tip of the Chesapeake Bay region is Solomons Island, at the mouth of the Patuxent River. Its harbor is noted as being a principal boating center.