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Wooden classics, vintage race boats, and other antique and Chesapeake Bay-related boats are coming to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museumfor the 28th annual Antique & Classic Boat Festival in St. Michaels, MD. Hosted by the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society (ACBS), this Father’s Day weekend event brings an era of by-gone days to the Miles River and CBMM’s waterfront campus.

31st Annual Antique & Classic Boat Festival & the Arts at Navy Point

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Father’s Day Weekend
Friday, June 15, 11am-5pm
Saturday, June 16, 10am-5pm
Sunday, June 17, 10am-2pm

Father’s Day Weekend, June 17, 18, 19, 2018
Fri. 11am – 5pm; Sat., 10 am-5 pm; Sun., 10am-2 pm

FRIDAY & SATURDAY ADMISSION

Individual Admission – Good for Two Days!
• $5 per person for CBMM Member Adults ages 18+ (CBMM Members at the Family & Friends level and above receive the $5 discounted admission for up to two adult guests.)
• $18.00 Adults
• $15.00 Seniors 62+ & students with ID
• $6.00 Kids 6-17
• Children ages 5 and under are free and CBMM Members ages 17 and under are free

SUNDAY ADMISSION
*(general admission rates apply due to limited festival hours of 10am-2pm)

$15 – Adults (ages 18-61)
$12 – Seniors (62+)
$12 – Students (age 17+ with college ID)
$12 – Retired Military (with ID)
$6 – Children (ages 6-17)
FREE* – Active Military
FREE – Children (ages five and under)
FREE – CBMM Members

 

BUY TICKETS HERE

 

 

A reminder, during CBMM festivals and special events and for safety reasons, only certified service dogs are permitted on CBMM grounds. Leashed dogs are permitted on CBMM grounds during regular business hours/non-festival days.

CBMM_ACBF18_1Wooden and fiberglass classics, vintage racers, and other antique and Chesapeake Bay-related boats are coming to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum June 15-17 for the 31st annual Antique & Classic Boat Festival and the Arts at Navy Point in St. Michaels, Md. Hosted by the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society, this Father’s Day weekend event brings a sense of nostalgia to the Miles River and CBMM’s docks and campus, drawing some of the area’s finest classic boats, nautical and maritime treasures, entertainment, food, and libations to this waterfront festival.

This year’s festival highlights the history of ski boats and water skiing, with more inside CBMM’s At Play on the Bay exhibition building.

“With a juried competition among entrants for best restored and preserved boats, this festival attracts the best of the best when it comes to classic and antique boats,” commented ACBS-Chesapeake Bay Chapter Festival Chairman Bob Hamilton. “Add CBMM’s beautiful waterfront, plus family activities, boat rides, great food and a rum bar, and this makes a nice day for everyone to enjoy.”

The show attracts the finest runabouts to yachts, including race boats, work boats, launches, hydroplanes, and utilities. Chris-Craft, Trumpy, Gar Wood, Donzi, and Lyman are among some of the boats represented.

Along with the mid-Atlantic’s largest gathering of antique and classic boats, the festival’s signature Arts at Navy Point pavilion brings more than 70 juried fine artists, craftspeople, and vendors offering nautical and maritime-themed items for boat and home.

Workshops and seminars, building demonstrations, family activities, and a nautical flea market will be available throughout the weekend, along with a selection of regional and grilled foods, music, and a waterside bar and deck for libations and other drinks. Times and information on all seminars will be announced at a later date and will be in the Festival program given out at the event.

Along the Fogg’s Landing side of CBMM’s campus, the festival’s Field of Dreams features an array of restorable classic boats and motors, along with other items in a nautical flea market sale.

While at the Antique & Classic Boat Festival, guests can also watch the log-hull restoration of the 1889 bugeye Edna E. Lockwood, now underway in CBMM’s shipyard through her re-launch at CBMM’s OysterFest on October 27, 2018. Special exhibitions include Exploring the Chesapeake: Mapping the Bay, and Kent’s Carvers and Clubs: Guides, Gunners and Co-Ops.

Festival hours are Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; and Father’s Day, Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The festival includes two-day admission to all of CBMM’s special and permanent exhibitions, including the 1879 Hooper Strait Lighthouse, where guests can climb to the top for views of the Miles River and St. Michaels harbor. The event is $5 for CBMM adult members, or $18 for adults; $15 for seniors and students with ID; and $6 for children 6-17.

Scenic river cruises aboard CBMM’s 1920 buyboat Winnie Estelle will be offered throughout the festival, with boat rides and food an additional cost. For safety reasons, non-service dogs are prohibited at CBMM festivals. Festival parking for all three days and a Saturday shuttle service are free, with CBMM a short walk to specialty shops, restaurants, inns, bed & breakfasts, and other attractions in St. Michaels’ historic district. For more information about the festival, visit bit.ly/oldboatscoolfun or call 410-745-2916. For information about CBMM, visit cbmm.org, and for information on the Antique & Classic Boat Society’s Chesapeake Bay Chapter, visit chesapeakebayacbs.org.

#5086/5087 PBK 10 Kayaks

PBK 10 Kayaks. Sibling skin on frame 10 ft. kayaks designed by Percey Blanford. One built 1965 and reskinned 2005, and the other built 2015. Custom 2 piece paddles included with each. Both in very nice condition with varnished wood cockpit coaming, rail, seat backs and floor with bronze stem fittings. Very cool. Original plans included. Sold as a sibling pair. Please don’t ask to break them up, they belong together. Untitled, unregistered smallcraft not intended for motoriziation. $1500 for both

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Throughout the year, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum makes the process of donating and buying a boat hassle-free.

For further information about CBMM’s Charity Boat Donation Program, or to inquire about a particular boat not listed here, please contact:

CBMM Charity Boat Donation Program

410-745-4942     boatdonation@cbmm.org

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Winter brings progress to CBMM’s Edna Lockwood restoration

CBMM_Edna_Centerboard CBMM_Edna_Clamp(ST MICHAELS, MD – February 21, 2018) Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Shipyard Manager Michael Gorman reports much work has been done over the winter on the log-hull restoration of Edna E. Lockwood. Queen of CBMM’s historic fleet of Chesapeake boats and a registered National Historic Landmark, the 1889 log-bottom bugeye is the last of her kind and set for re-launch at CBMM’s OysterFest in St. Michaels, Md. on Saturday, October 27, 2018.

CBMM_Edna_InsideEdna’s new log bottom has been permanently fastened to the original topsides with bronze bolts, each made from scratch out of ½-inch bronze rod, with soldered nuts and washers forming the head. CBMM shipwrights and apprentices will fabricate more than 300 bolts when the restoration is complete later this year.

Shipwright James DelAguila led new shipwright apprentice Zach Haroth in fabricating Edna’s new centerboard case. The case’s 4-inch thick sides were pinned every 18-inches with bronze, in the same manner that Edna’s logs are held together. The inside of the centerboard case was also lined with more than 200-feet of 16-gauge copper, for antifouling and preservation purposes.

Seip Family Foundation second-year apprentices Michael Allen and Spencer Sherwood have teamed up to install Edna’s new double-sawn frames and mast steps. Made of White Oak and bolted with custom bronze bolts, the frames and steps keep the masts in place and handle tremendous loads when the bugeye is underway.

Planking Edna has begun in earnest—all rotten hood ends have been staggered back, and the inner stem and sternpost replaced—thus the gap between old and new will be closed. Shipwright Joe Connor will be handling the stern, while Gorman will plank the bow, with the work of the two meeting in the middle. All new planking will be sawn out of the leftover Edna logs.

With the end in sight, Edna’s new sails have been ordered, with an estimated arrival date of August 1. Traditional Rigging Co. of Appleton, Maine, has been selected for their specialty in period sailmaking and handwork. Traditional Rigging Co. has also agreed to document the sailmaking process, with photos and progress reports posted on ednalockwood.org.

Next up for the team is constructing new cabin houses and hold hatches, with all work being done in full public view, now through October. A new deck beam will need to be made and king plank reinstalled, now that the centerboard case is completed. Once the
planking and final fairing is completed, sanding and painting will finish off the project.

Built in 1889 by John B. Harrison on Tilghman Island for Daniel W. Haddaway, Edna E. Lockwood dredged for oysters through winter, and carried freight—such as lumber, grain, and produce—after the dredging season ended. She worked faithfully for many owners, mainly out of Cambridge, Md., until she stopped “drudging” in 1967. In 1973, Edna was donated to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum by John R. Kimberly. Recognized as the last working oyster boat of her kind, Edna E. Lockwood was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1994.

“This type of boatbuilding is specific to the Chesapeake Bay,” said CBMM Chief Curator Pete Lesher. “Just as Native American dugout canoes were formed by carving out one log, a bugeye’s hull is unique in that it is constructed by hewing a set of logs to shape and pinning them together as a unit. Through October, museum guests will have incredible opportunities to watch the restoration progress and to see a boat built in a way you can find nowhere else, and in full public view.”

To learn more, visit the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on the Miles River in historic St. Michaels, Md., or at cbmm.org.

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National Historic Landmark and the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s queen of the fleet, the 1889 bugeye Edna E. Lockwood, has seen much restoration progress over the winter, including a new centerboard case, and the new log bottom now permanently fastened to the original topsides with bronze bolts. CBMM shipwrights and apprentices will fabricate more than 300 bolts when the restoration is complete later this year. All work is being done in full public view at CBMM in St. Michaels, Md., until Edna’s re-launch, which is scheduled for CBMM’s OysterFest on Saturday, October 27, 2018. To learn more, visit ednalockwood.org or cbmm.org.

 

#5084 O’Day Javelin

#5084 O’Day Javelin  MD 4455 AB on titled trailer- just in, more information and price to follow.

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#5084 O'Day Javelin

Throughout the year, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum makes the process of donating and buying a boat hassle-free.

For further information about CBMM’s Charity Boat Donation Program, or to inquire about a particular boat not listed here, please contact:

CBMM Charity Boat Donation Program

410-745-4942     boatdonation@cbmm.org

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May 12 brings 8th annual Elf Classic Yacht Race to Chesapeake Bay

CBMM_ElfClassic3_May2018 CBMM_ElfClassic1_May2018 CBMM_ElfClassic2_May2018(ST MICHAELS, MD – February 19, 2018) The Elf Classic Yacht Race returns to the Chesapeake Bay on Saturday, May 12, 2018, with the traditional yacht race departing from Annapolis and arriving at the finish line on the Miles River and the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md.

The May 12 race features a nautical Le Mans start, beginning with a captain’s meeting on land, followed by the sound of a whistle, signifying each yacht captain’s mad dash to a tied-up dinghy, or tender. Next, the captain’s row out to their moored vessels and waiting crews, before tying up their tenders and raising anchor, with up to 30 yachts racing off from Annapolis in a cloud of white sails across the Chesapeake Bay.

The Classic Yacht Restoration Guild, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, and Eastport Yacht Club are sponsoring the annual race, which includes a fleet of antique and classic sailing yachts, both large and small. Race proceeds benefit CYRG and CBMM, where race participants will be greeted along CBMM’s Fogg’s Cove and the winners announced at a trophy reception later in the day.

Organized by CYRG, the race features America’s oldest active racing yacht, the 1888 Elf. Restored to historically accurate condition and re-launched in 2008, Elf is a Lawley-built 30-foot class cutter. Elf pioneered offshore yacht cruising in 1893 by being the first small craft to race round-trip from Marblehead, Mass. to Halifax, N.S.

“It’s very unusual to see a single classic yacht on any given day, so watching a fleet of them sailing away from the anchorage and into St. Michaels is an incredible experience,” said CYRG President and Elf skipper Rick Carrion.

The event begins at 8:00 a.m. at the Eastport Yacht Club, where spectators can watch the fleet depart Annapolis against the scenic background of the U.S. Naval Academy. The race can be seen as it crosses the Chesapeake Bay to the Eastern Shore and into the Eastern Bay, and the Miles River.

The race concludes at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, where onlookers will greet the fleet of classic racing yachts as they arrive along CBMM’s Miles River waterfront, anchoring off in Fogg’s Cove. The race ends when all captains have rowed to shore, and signed the race log on land.

To see a documentary and race footage of the Elf Classic, go to bit.ly/ElfClassic. To register a yacht for the race, download a complete registration package at cyrg.org, or contact CYRG’s Rick Carrion at cyrg.elf@gmail.com or at 443-566-2212. The racing fleet is limited, with early registration recommended, giving preference to wooden, classic, and traditional yachts.

CYRG is a non-profit, member organization dedicated to the preservation of maritime heritage through the maintenance and operation of Elf. She was designed by George Lawley & Sons of South Boston, Mass., and built in 1888 for William H. Wilkinson. Over the warmer months, she can be seen dockside at CBMM, and under sail along the Miles River and Chesapeake Bay.

Established in 1965, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is a world-class maritime museum dedicated to preserving and exploring the history, environment and people of the entire Chesapeake Bay, with the values of relevancy, authenticity, and stewardship guiding its mission. Serving more than 70,000 guests each year, CBMM’s campus includes a floating fleet of historic boats and 12 exhibition buildings and historic structures. For more information, visit cbmm.org.

 

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The 1888 racing yacht Elf, shown here, is the flagship for the 8th Annual Elf Classic Yacht Race, which takes place on Saturday, May 12, 2018, departing from Eastport Yacht Club in Annapolis to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md. The annual race includes a fleet of antique and classic sailing yachts, with registration and more information at cyrg.org. Elf is a Lawley-built 30-foot class cutter that pioneered off-shore yacht cruising in 1893 by being the first small craft to cruise round-trip from Marblehead, Mass to Halifax, N.S. During the warmer months, she can be seen under sail on the Miles River or dockside at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md.

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Old boats, cool fun June 15-17 in St. Michaels, Md.

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Hosted by the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society, this Father’s Day weekend event brings a sense of nostalgia to the Miles River and CBMM’s docks and campus, drawing some of the area’s finest classic boats, nautical and maritime treasures, entertainment, food, and libations to this waterfront festival.

This year’s festival highlights the history of ski boats and water skiing, with more inside CBMM’s At Play on the Bay exhibition building.

“With a juried competition among entrants for best restored and preserved boats, this festival attracts the best of the best when it comes to classic and antique boats,” commented ACBS-Chesapeake Bay Chapter Festival Chairman Bob Hamilton. “Add CBMM’s beautiful waterfront, plus family activities, boat rides, great food and a rum bar, and this makes a nice day for everyone to enjoy.”

The show attracts the finest runabouts to yachts, including race boats, work boats, launches, hydroplanes, and utilities. Chris-Craft, Trumpy, Gar Wood, Donzi, and Lyman are among some of the boats represented.

Along with the mid-Atlantic’s largest gathering of antique and classic boats, the festival’s signature Arts at Navy Point pavilion brings more than 70 juried fine artists, craftspeople, and vendors offering nautical and maritime-themed items for boat and home.

Workshops and seminars, building demonstrations, family activities, and a nautical flea market will be available throughout the weekend, along with a selection of regional and grilled foods, music, and a waterside bar and deck for libations and other drinks. Times and information on all seminars will be announced at a later date and will be in the Festival program given out at the event.

Along the Fogg’s Landing side of CBMM’s campus, the festival’s Field of Dreams features an array of restorable classic boats and motors, along with other items in a nautical flea market sale.

While at the Antique & Classic Boat Festival, guests can also watch the log-hull restoration of the 1889 bugeye Edna E. Lockwood, now underway in CBMM’s shipyard through her re-launch at CBMM’s OysterFest on October 27, 2018. Special exhibitions include Exploring the Chesapeake: Mapping the Bay, and Kent’s Carvers and Clubs: Guides, Gunners and Co-Ops.

Festival hours are Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; and Father’s Day, Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The festival includes two-day admission to all of CBMM’s special and permanent exhibitions, including the 1879 Hooper Strait Lighthouse, where guests can climb to the top for views of the Miles River and St. Michaels harbor. The event is $5 for CBMM adult members, or $18 for adults; $15 for seniors and students with ID; and $6 for children 6-17.

Scenic river cruises aboard CBMM’s 1920 buyboat Winnie Estelle will be offered throughout the festival, with boat rides and food an additional cost. For safety reasons, non-service dogs are prohibited at CBMM festivals. Festival parking for all three days and a Saturday shuttle service are free, with CBMM a short walk to specialty shops, restaurants, inns, bed & breakfasts, and other attractions in St. Michaels’ historic district. For more information about the festival, visit bit.ly/oldboatscoolfun or call 410-745-2916. For information about CBMM, visit cbmm.org, and for information on the Antique & Classic Boat Society’s Chesapeake Bay Chapter, visit chesapeakebayacbs.org.

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The 31st annual Antique & Classic Boat Festival and the Arts at Navy Point brings old boats and cool fun to the waterfront Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in historic St. Michaels, Md. this Father’s Day weekend, June 15-17. Wooden and fiberglass classics, vintage racers, and other antique and Chesapeake Bay-related boats will be along the docks, plus boat rides, a rum bar, family activities, demonstrations, food, other libations, and more. This year’s festival highlights the history of ski boats and water skiing, with advanced tickets and more information at bit.ly/oldboatscoolfun.

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Boater safety courses begin April 18 in St. Michaels

CBMM_BoaterSafetyCourse2_2018 CBMM_BoaterSafetyCourse1_2018(ST MICHAELS, MD – February 12, 2018)  The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is offering five, two-day Maryland DNR-approved boater safety courses, beginning on select dates in April and continuing through August.

The courses will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. each day in CBMM’s Van Lennep Auditorium, and run April 18-19, May 23-24, June 20-21, July 18-19, and August 15-16.  The cost is $25 per two-evening session, with space limited and pre-registration required.

Participants completing the course and passing the test will receive a Maryland Boating Safety Education Certificate, which is valid for life. The certificate is required for anyone born on or after July 1, 1972, and who operates a numbered or documented vessel on Maryland waters. The course is also recommended for anyone looking to become a safer, more experienced boater or personal water craft operator.

Participants must be twelve years of age and older, with early registration recommended as classes fill fast. To register, go to bit.ly/safeboating2018 and pick from dates listed.

For information on Maryland DNR’s boating safety program, visit dnr.maryland.gov/boating.

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The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md. is offering Maryland DNR-approved Boater Safety courses for participants of all ages. The two-evening courses take place monthly April through August, and prepare participants to receive a Maryland Boating Safety Education Certificate, which is required for anyone born on or after July 1, 1972, and who operates a numbered or documented vessel on Maryland waters. The cost is $25 per person, per two-evening session, with space limited and pre-registration needed and course dates listed at bit.ly/safeboating2018.

Disappearing Islands: A Culture at Risk @ the Avalon Theatre

Disappearing IslandsA Dialogue by Island Leaders and Bay Experts

Please Note: This event takes place at the Avalon Theatre in Easton, MD

Hosted by Upstream Alliance, Salisbury University Environmental Studies Program, and the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Water is threatening two islands poised in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay: Smith Island and Tangier Island. Within a matter of decades, these islands, along with their culture, could vanish.

This celebration of Tangier and Smith Island culture told by the island’s leaders will be an emotional tribute to our bay heritage and its formidable challenges. Dialogue will include Tangier Mayor Ooker Eskridge,Tangier’s top waterman Lonnie Moore, famed Smith Island cake maker Mary Ada Marshall, Smith Island Pastor Everett Landon, and sea level expert Dr. Bill Boicourt with reflections by award winning author and former island resident Tom Horton. We will laugh, question, and cry. Horton will show clips of his and Dave Harp‘s yet to be released film on sea level rise in Dorchester County. The plight of these islands are emblematic of the vulnerability of our coastal communities worldwide, and a call to action for us all.

Reception follows the on-stage program, to include samplings of Mary Ada’s Smith Island layer cake, shucked oysters and other refreshments.

2:00PM-3:00PM Cake Baking Demonstration by Mary Ada Marshall-RSVP for $20 ticket OR pre-order $30 cake (by 2/1/18) here.
3:00PM-4:30PM Dialogue on the Future of the Islands – Purchase $20 ticket.
4:30PM-5:30PM Reception: Cake Tasting, Oysters

#5052 Cape Cod Senior Knockabout

CAPE COD SENIOR KNOCKABOUT.  Beautiful 23 ft. Spaulding Dunbar design built by Cape Cod Shipbuilding 1940’s.  Graceful c/b sloop with large cockpit and simple rig.  Quite similiar to a Sakonnet 23 with a counter stern, W Class 22, Hodgon 21, etc… all stunning boats with fabulous pedigree and sailing qualities.  Traditional wood planking on steam bent frames.  Very good overall condition with considerable structural work professionally performed on the boat and rig in recent years.  She’s very sound with a nice finish, yet she’s been on the hard for some time now and needs mostly minor refinishing, painting, varnishing and seaming.  Otherwise a georgeous boat well deserving of a new love affair.  Trailer not included.  Untitled, unregistered smallcraft not intended for motorization.   $16,500

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#5052 Cape Cod Daysailer

 

Throughout the year, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum makes the process of donating and buying a boat hassle-free.

For further information about CBMM’s Charity Boat Donation Program, or to inquire about a particular boat not listed here, please contact:

CBMM Charity Boat Donation Program

410-745-4942     boatdonation@cbmm.org

 

#5065 Imperial VC 230 Cruiser

IMPERIAL VC 230 CRUISER. Nice looking 23 ft. express with deep V hull and cuddy cabin in very clean, original condition. Mercruiser 200 hp I/O with low hours needs water pump and trim motor. Nice dual axle galvanized trailer included. MD 1768 AK  $2400

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Throughout the year, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum makes the process of donating and buying a boat hassle-free.

For further information about CBMM’s Charity Boat Donation Program, or to inquire about a particular boat not listed here, please contact:

CBMM Charity Boat Donation Program

410-745-4942     boatdonation@cbmm.org