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Chesapeake Bay Sailing #226206
05/07/2020 01:39 PM
05/07/2020 01:39 PM
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 962
Middleburg, VA
cwoody Offline OP
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cwoody  Offline OP
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Middleburg, VA
is on again.

Maryland just reopened recreation boating back up on the Chesapeake.

Effective Thursday, May 7, at 7 a.m., recreational boating activities, including motorized and non-motorized vessels and personal watercraft, are permitted, however:

Boaters must be with immediate family members or people with which they reside.
No more than 10 people can be on a boat at one time, including captain and crew.
Boats must be distanced from each other by at least 10 feet and are prohibited from rafting up, beaching, or having rendezvous events.
Boats are prohibited from docking at restaurants or bars.
Vessel and boat races remain prohibited.
Marinas can reopen to recreational boaters, but must adhere to the Maryland Departments of Commerce and Health guidelines.
Pump-out stations and boats may resume operations under the Departments of Commerce and Health guidelines.
Local jurisdictions may choose to open public boat ramps, but must ensure social distancing guidelines.
All normal boating rules and regulations are in effect and must be followed.
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Chuck W.

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Re: Chesapeake Bay Sailing [Re: cwoody] #226247
05/08/2020 12:13 PM
05/08/2020 12:13 PM
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Maryland
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....now to get the marina to put it in the water!


Kirk in Maryland
Re: Chesapeake Bay Sailing [Re: Kirk] #226371
05/11/2020 06:41 AM
05/11/2020 06:41 AM
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Annapolis
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Kirk, feeling your pain! We also need to get our mast re-installed. But at least there is hope for a Bay-cation this summer.


I've got a Caribbean Soul I can barely control... (JB)
Re: Chesapeake Bay Sailing [Re: cwoody] #226395
05/11/2020 12:52 PM
05/11/2020 12:52 PM
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Posts: 962
Middleburg, VA
cwoody Offline OP
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Middleburg, VA
Had mine splashed on April 1 only to have the Marina start enforcing the shut down. Finally got down to check on it yesterday and start de-winterizing.
All systems go...
Felt good to be back onboard! 80s this weekend and hopefully Sailing.
Got plans for a Bay-cation as well.


Chuck W.


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