Department of National Resources New Initiative

“Many of the people who live along the Chesapeake Bay make their living out on the water,” Steve Hammond from WBOC says in the video shown below. The video, from WBOC’s website, discusses the Department of Natural Resource’s new initiative’s goal to try to show chefs across the state where the seafood that they use in […]

Bird-B-Gone Give Away Contest!

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Are you tired of birds leaving unwanted presents on your boat? PropTalk wants to help you keep the birds away by giving you a chance to win a Bird-B-Gone Spider and a Bird-B-Gone Scare Balloon! You can win one of these prizes by giving us some evidence of your bird problems by sending us a photo! […]

Built in America

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Unfortunately, that is not something we hear too often anymore. When it comes to Chris Craft boats, that is still the case.               To read the entire DailyFinance.com atricle about Chris Craft click here.

River Fest Celebration

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The first annual River Fest celebration will take place this Saturday, June 14, at Discovery Village in Shady Side, MD. The event unfolds from noon to 6 p.m. and will celebrate the “roots and tides” of Southern Anne Arundel County. “We’re reviving the traditional Blessing of the Fleet with local watermen’s workboats parading under an arc […]

Kayak Shooting Victim Recants Story, Shoots Self

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When we first reported on this story, PropTalk readers brought up the fact that there must be more to it. And they were right. David Seafolk-Kolp, 56, first broke into local news when he stated that he had been shot while kayaking on Bodkin Creekon April 12. In a story that made us all wary […]

Plan to Bring Cruise Ships to Solomons

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by Marty Madden for thebaynet.com The numbers seem daunting—1,000-foot cruise ships, hundreds of new jobs in the private sector and an estimated multi-million dollar impact on the local economy. The idea that is literally being floated could make Solomons—the small town located at the confluence of the Chesapeake Bay and Patuxent River—a destination for passenger […]

Phillies Catcher Aids in Rescue Effort

Phillies Catcher Aids in Rescue Effort

When the Phillies took to the field for their Sunday afternoon matinee game against the Dodgers on Sunday, May 25, veteran catcher Carlos Ruiz was set to ride the bench. But it wasn’t an injury or illness that was keeping Ruiz sidelined. It turns out the catcher was preoccupied thinking about friends back home in […]

The Water Wheel: Cleaning Up The Bay

The Water Wheel: Cleaning Up The Bay

This could be the future of our fight against water pollution. In an effort to battle the polluted water of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Clearwater Mills’ John Kellett and Daniel Chase helped design a solar-paneled, water-powered trash devourer that aims to make the harbor swimmable by 2020. The Water Wheel works by funneling debris in, pushing the […]

That’s One Way to Launch a Boat

That’s One Way to Launch a Boat

Here’s the story: an 85-foot yacht named Baden was built in Anacortes, Washington. The boat reportedly cost close to $10 million. When they went to launch the boat, something went very, very wrong. Speed up to the 2:30-minute mark to save some time. What exactly went wrong is currently under investigation. gCaptain has more photos of […]