Ship Watch Inn
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... the travel going across and the Chesapeake had a slight river flow with us. We decided to stay at the Georgetown Yacht Basin at the end of the Sassafras two nights so we can recuperate from the three-day push to get here and there is a small national park site about the war of 1812 we want to see. It is a nice place and cheap at $45 per ...
... time of the year. It adds about 100 miles to our trip, but we've decided to apply the "better safe than sorry" theory.
We even had a pod of dolphins play with us in the bay.
... living space, a kitchen, and a dining room. There a many fancy sofas and chair in the living space that I really liked. When you walked to the kitchen, there are 2 little doors a tiny little bit past it where you could go outside to the front of the boat. My favorite part of the boat was the lowest floor, and I liked it because it was nice and cozy. There were 2 ...
... May Canal to the Delaware Bay, turned to the north and started sailing. It was a nice long sail up the Bay, cloudy skies but not too cold. As we were heading to the C&D Canal, we knew we wouldn't have much trouble for our first time sailing after dark. Kevin had told us that we would see a big nuclear cooling tower when we neared the top of the Bay, and that would be our heads up that the C&D was coming up. We saw it on the horizon for several hours before ...
... with a stiffening breeze gusting to 20 knots. We reached 9.5 knots before we decided to take a reef in the main and settled back in to 7 to 8 knots again.
Skye was getting confident by now and wanted to jump off to chase the flags on the crab pots, so ...