Island Inn and Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIsland Inn and Suites Piney Point
The thing that stood out the most was the sunsets.The sky was so beautiful and full of color.Views from the balcony were breath taking and so peaceful. The staff was very helpful but gave the space to enjoy the property without being overly friendly.It was as if they treated us like friends in town for a visit.The facilities were
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... we suffered no fishing luck and were completely skunked catching any food fish. This was a first of all our passages. We arrived back in the Chesapeake Bay in mid May and quickly made our way to Dennis Point Marina in southern Maryland where Pas de Deux was hauled out of the water in early July. Thus we began some significant refitting.
Donna’s Dad (age 90) is no longer able ...
... and seasoned. They are cooked hole with the dead man (as Renn calls it) inside the gooyie green stuff , when we got them back Ren cleaned 1/2 of the. at the dock for us newbies...thanks Renn!
We sat outside and enjoyed smashing the crabs with mallets to open them ... a crab feast and they were delicious, followed by a great salad. We relaxed then it was time to try paddle boarding Oh what fun, I will buy one when we get back home. I didn't fall ...
... out well and we arrived at Dennis Point at 8:30 am on July 19.
Dennis Point was a new marina for us. We had visited several marinas off the Potomac River by car in both Virginia and Maryland, searching for an alternative to the yard further down the Bay where we had conducted our summer maintenance in 2010 and 2011. While visiting Dennis Point we discovered that their hauling capability permitted hauling a catamaran with the wide ...
... to the new rudders may be masked. Dave also installed the VHF remote microphone charger cradle on the helm and connected it to existing DC power. He reinstalled the compass and applied silicone sealant around the autopilot control head, windlass control, B&G display red button and the cradle for the remote microphone. He ran the engines and transmissions to confirm an okay startup as we readied for moving ...
... the Bahamas?!! We were prepared to leave as soon as they were aboard for one of our favorite nearby anchorages at Mill Creek off the Great Wicomico River VA. We were finally ready to leave around 1355 hours in light winds NNE on a very sunny and warm day. We sailed into Mill Creek under the main alone (always trying to minimize engine hours!). Thunderstorm about ...