Each month, Chris “Seabuddy” Brown explores the history of a classic boat, on the Chesapeake Bay and beyond.
May 23, 2022
“Chesapeake Bay-Built Boats” is this year’s theme for the 34th Annual Antique and
April 29, 2022
Here’s a runabout whose popularity lives on.
March 22, 2022
What kind of boat does Stanley Boardman, the chief judge of the Antique & Classic Boat Society’s Chesapeake Bay Chapter, use in and around the Bay?
February 23, 2022
This 1937 Chris-Craft wooden cabin cruiser has been cared for by only three families in her 85 years
February 2, 2022
Imagine going 70 mph in a 19’ 9” long by 6’ 5” wide vintage 50s speedboat!
December 9, 2021
Found in a storage barn and then restored, this 1939 Chris-Craft Barrel Back won top honors at
November 11, 2021
Here’s a dual award winner, a rare Century inboard boat, that was recognized at the 2021 Antique Boat M
August 19, 2021
In the first few years after World War II, boat sales increased rapidly. Returning GIs wanted everything and had the savings to make big purchases.
July 29, 2021
With her open-back to the cockpit deckhouse design, this 37-foot Egg Harbor yacht was properly called a “sport fisherman” when she was built in 1962.
July 12, 2021
A young teenage boy eager to explore the world (and/or start dating) can see the years until he can get a driver’s license as an absolute eternity.
June 7, 2021
The Chris-Craft Constellation, the yacht of my dreams as a youth...
April 29, 2021
I was running across the water in a 14-foot Donzi with a big grin on my face. The Chevy engine’s tach was nudging 5000 RPMs.
February 15, 2021
“If you were anybody in the ‘60s, you had a Glasspar G-3.” After all, the Glasspar G-3s outboard-powered ski boat design was a milestone in the industry.
January 26, 2021
Fog! We were cruising in Ray Maule’s 22-foot fiberglass Lyman when the fog came out of nowhere.