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Boating Destination Reviews for Travelers Along the Eastern Seaboard

St. Marys, Georgia

This jewel of a Southern village — an easy 3-mile cruise up the St. Marys River from Intracoastal Waterway Mile 712 — boasts friendly locals, picturesque gingerbread homes and buildings along five downtown blocks and hundred-year-old live oaks arching over the roads. Lang’s Marina’s two facilities bookend the busy commercial waterfront.

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Rockland, Maine

A spacious protected harbor, complete boating services, maritime industries and a growing number of great places to eat and fun things to do have transformed Rockland from a gritty commercial fishing port to a fascinating stop for boaters.

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Tilghman Island

Photos by Bob Grieser

It may be Tilghman Island’s highest accolade that when asked “What do people do around here?” third-generation waterman Capt. Wade Murphy answers, “There’s isn’t a lot to do on Tilghman.”

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Workboat regatta in Grenada

Photos by Bob Grieser

Brace  yourself. From the smack of sizzling barbecue to the din of sails snapping in a stiff breeze and a riot of boats so colorful even the tropical sun cannot tame their hues, Grenada’s Scotiabank Workboat Regatta is a full-on assault of the senses.

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The Circle of life

The Down East Circle Route rewards cruisers with spectacular scenery, fine food and friendly locals

A typical scene in the Canadian MaritimesCruising amid majestic scenery, foreign cultures, friendly locals and abundant wildlife: That’s how Chuck and Andrea Wistar sum up the Down East Circle Route. The Annapolis, Md., couple spent 90 summer days cruising the 2,400-mile circuit around New England and the Canadian Maritimes aboard their Selene 53, Celebrate.

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