VOLUME 32 - NUMBER 3 - July 2002
Looking for Deltaville
Managing editor Jane Meneely
went looking for Deltaville, Va.,
and found plenty of boats,
boaters and boaty stuff in
this waterfront town at
Stingray Point, between
the Rappahannock and
Best of the Bay
Whether its for eating, anchoring, fishing or just hanging around and having fun, our readers once again reveal their favorite places to go and things to do on the Bay.
Following the Nanticoke River, writer Diana Prentice and her husband Ray meandered all the way to Vienna, Md., aboard their sailboat Strider. The quiet village near the Route 50 bridge gave them a heros welcome.
The State of Our Bay
In our annual environmental report, writers Tom Horton,
John Page Williams, Wendy Mitman Clarke and Joel McCord
report on the Chesapeakes most pressingissuesfrom
air pollution and stormwater runoff to sick rockfish,
stream buffers and crab harvest restrictions.
Eye, Eye, CaptainSummer glare can spell real trouble for a boaters eyes. Tom Dove takes a look at sunglasses to see just how they protect us.
Threes the CharmThe F27 trimaran from Corsair Marine offers speed as well as comfort to sailors who want to get there in style. By Tom Dove
Portsmouth RocksPaul Clancy pulls into Ocean Marine on the Portsmouth waterfront to check out the new facility, and the Lyle Lovett concert going full tilt at the Telos Pavilion next door.
Bless this MessHe tries, but being tidy just isnt one of Jerry Renningers many talents. Fortunately, he doesnt mind the mismatched socks.
Cruise of the Month
No-see-ums, Ghosts and Great FishingKaren Moore and her family got a surprise dose of history when they trailered their boat to Point Lookout State Park, at the mouth of the Potomac River. The great fishing went without saying.
Me & My Boat
SmittenMary K. Reid took one look across a crowded boatyard and saw the boat of her dreams.
Dream BuilderPeter Boudreau
has built plenty of beautiful boats
in his day, the Pride of Baltimore II
By Wendy Mitman Clarke
Grass is a GasWith the Bays underwater grasses gradually recovering, says John Page Williams, it makes sense to learn the tricks of grass-bed fishing.
Color Us JulyKatherine Brown recalls the delight of a Fourth of July evening on the hook, when notions of romance were just a firecracker away.
On the cover: The log canoe Persistence under sail. Photograph by Michael C. Wootton.
Last updated: Tue, Apr 6, 2004