The Schooner Kathryn B.

A traditional Chesapeake Skipjack.

The Chesapeake

Cruise the Chesapeake's sandy, placid bays where generations of fishermen have plied their trade in traditional oystering workboats like skipjacks and bugeyes. Explore wonderful villages on the Eastern Shore and visit the shops of expert decoy carvers and other Maryland craftsmen.

Join us for a barbecue at anchor, or a crab and oyster feast on the beach. Go rowing and sailing in the skiff, or bike down winding country roads.

On the shoulders of the season, we also invite passengers to come with us as we wend our way along the Intracoastal Waterway between Virginia and South Carolina. You'll enjoy widely varied scenery, a never-ending parade of vessels of all sizes and descriptions, and ports of call that include both hard-working fishing communities and polished resorts. There are terrific golf courses along our route, too.

Schedule and Fares
Spring 1999
Sailing From Annapolis, Maryland

The Kathryn B. sails on three-night weekend getaway cruises along the Eastern Shore from May to mid-June.
Guests board after 5 pm. You will be greeted with a chilled glass of wine and hors d'oeuvres and dinner will be served at 7 pm. We depart for the Eastern Shore after breakfast the next day. The Kathryn B. returns to Annapolis around 3 pm on the last day of the cruise.


Chesapeake Fall 1999
Oct. 4 to 7 Fall Special: $550
Oct. 7 to 10 $675 pp double occupancy
Oct. 13 to 17

Great Schooner Race, Baltimore to Norfolk
$895 pp DO

Fares do not include gratuities. It is customary to give the crew a gratuity equal to 10% of your fare at the conclusion of the cruise.

Please ask about multiple-booking discounts.

Photographs this page: © Rick Maloof

Atlantic Coast Schooner Company
1-800-500-6077 207-763-4255

391 Hatchet Mountain Rd., Hope, Maine 04847

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