A Pilot Pioneer
These Boots were made for Painting
For Captain Alison Buckler, there are no limits to her career as a Bay Pilot.
To Build a Boat
In homage to local watermen in Kilmarnock, Va., one group decorates the town with enormous painted boots.
Gem of the Nanticoke
Going nowhere . . . isn’t about turning your back on the world; it’s about stepping away now and then so that you can see the world more clearly and love it more deeply—Leonard Cohen
A Life of Art and Fun
Like fishermen with their favorite fishing holes, Vienna, Md., gives boaters a special place on Maryland’s Eastern Shore to call their own.
Willie Crockett is a well known Eastern Shore artist who has enjoyed more than his share of fun over his 78 years.
Row Like an Irishman
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Rising Tide Program expands, giving kids boatbuilding and STEM skills.
Ancient Nanticoke Shipwreck Update
History, Salt Water and Grit: Currachs and the Annapolis Irish Rowing Club
Gone for Gold
State Archaeologists Sink Her Again
Frank Havens can hardly remember a time in his 92 years when he didn’t have a paddle in his hands.
Crabbers, fishermen and herons be on notice— You no longer own the dawn on the Tred Avon.
Learning the Life Outdoors
Racers gather on the Rappahannock for the Typhoon Nationals, where good fun and good sportsmanship prevail.
The Old Man and the Bay
Echo Hill Outdoor School aims to give students of all ages lessons in nature.
Captain Eldridge Meredith honored for lifetime of work on the Chesapeake.