Boating Towns

Boating Towns

Author: Chesapeake Bay Magazine
Published: November 2, 2021

The big boating boom of 2020 introduced a new breed of boaters to the industry. Increasing sales with all major manufacturers and dealers. Now that you have a boat and knowledge of the water, where should you venture off to next? The best part about boating – there are no limits. Check out these must-visit locations:

“What’s a boater to do? Now that you and your family are having to spend more time at home, why not take this opportunity to take “home” with you. Explore some new places on the Chesapeake Bay and even beyond—hey, the winter is warmer down south, you know. With that in mind, we’ve picked a few of our favorite places for you to discover, or rediscover. So come on, let’s go!

We’ll start at the top, with this charming city at the gateway to the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal. You’ll want to come here for the old-world charm (it’s on the National Register of Historic Places) of its homes and shops. Dock the boat at one of its marinas or take an excursion along the canal. Antiques shops, delightful restaurants and ice cream too. What’s not to love? For a bonus, try out nearby Havre de Grace.”


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