Home to more than 235,000 residents, the city of Norfolk spans across 66 square miles, with seven of those miles being Chesapeake Bay beachfront and 144 miles-worth of shoreline along a variety of lakes, rivers, and the Bay. With so much water-access, it’s no wonder that Norfolk, Virginia, is home to the world’s largest naval … Continued
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As autumn approaches, many boat enthusiasts may worry that their time enjoying the sunshine and open water will be coming to a close shortly. But for others, excitement builds as October and November creeps closer every day. Once hurricane season has finally passed, many transient adventurers will load up their vessels and aim south down … Continued
Have the winter blues hit you just yet? February and March are notoriously difficult winter months to get through, no matter where you live. Now that the holidays and the new year excitement have worn off, it can be particularly hard to find that much-needed motivation during these cold, dark days. Plus, your Vitamin D … Continued
Summer is finally here – and the season for boating and camping has finally begun! And for true outdoor enthusiasts, these warmer days also indicate it’s time to get the gear out in preparation for all of those exciting overnight boat camping activities. Summer is the nicest time to venture out on an overnight journey, … Continued
It’s that time of year: time to venture out on the water, exploring all that the Intracoastal Waterway – or ICW – has to offer. Many boating enthusiasts are heading out into the open water for some much-needed nautical adventuring. Of course, any traveling mariner understands that a comprehensive boating plan is the most important … Continued
Fall is quickly approaching, forcing boat enthusiasts to start thinking about the winterizing and storage process that lies ahead for their beloved vessels during the chillier months. But for many, October and November mark the beginning of a new adventure. Once hurricane season has passed, transients (also often nicknamed “snowbirds”) will begin their migration pattern … Continued