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The anchorage in Chesapeake City is not a big one, but it is well protected. We got there with only two boats ahead of us. I saw what looked like the city wall with one sailboat on it, but I had read that you can no longer tie up there. We moved to the back of the anchorage and dropped anchor in a corner. We were soon joined by two Quebec boats about our size. They had come from Cohansy Cove as well, but they had been smart and gone up the river. They said it was still not ideal ...
Today we cruised up Delaware Bay and through the C&D canal. The bay is about 51 miles to the entrance and the canal itself is approximately 14 miles long. The C&D canal connects the Delaware River to the Chesapeake Bay.
Millions of tons of cargo are transported by container and barge annually. Every guide book warns of ...
... time to explore the boat before we left, so I looked around a bit and saw all of the rooms. On the top floor there was a rectangular area where you could get some sun and the boat captain could drive. I forgot to say the name of the boat, but it is call Miss Trish Won. It is named after the wife of the couple that owns the boat, Trish. When you go 1 floor down, there is ...
... the coast from Cape May, NJ, down to Norfolk, VA, or should we take the long way up the Delaware Bay, through the C&D (Chesapeake & Delaware) Canal, and down the Chesapeake Bay. He immediately suggested we should go inside the Bay as, once out in the North Atlantic, there are not a lot of places to pull in to safety if the going gets rough.
We had our breakfast, got a few necessary supplies, filled up on diesel, and we were on our way. We motored through ...
... at 6 knots on both engines at around 1600 rpm.
Skye was a little unsure when we entered the bay and set the sails, but soon settled in OK.
We headed up the bay on a reach and soon hit 7 knots in around 10 knots of breeze as we played chicken with ...