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Nigel Calder headlines Newport Boat Show seminar series

CruiserPort University, from the people who bring you TrawlerFest, is the seminar series at the Newport International Boat Show in September. Calder and other great speakers will present seminars at the Newport Blues Cafe.



Waterfront home: River views and great sailing

wf0716_1jpgTom Anderson grew up on a quiet street in Noank, Connecticut, enjoying expansive views of the Mystic River from his family’s 1845 Greek Revival home and taking part in the local sailing scene. “[It] suited my parents just fine for over 60 years,” says the 68-year-old Stamford, Connecticut, sailmaker.



Seascapes: View of New Harbor

seascapes0716The scene is typical of Midcoast Maine. A snug harbor, lobster and fishing boats, wharves along the shore and the sturdy buildings of the village’s sturdy inhabitants. Blue water beckons beyond, and pine-clad islands dot the horizon.



The ethereal fleet Of Mallows Bay

mallows2Only 30 miles downstream from bustling Washington, D.C., lies Mallows Bay, home of the largest maritime burial ground in the Western Hemisphere. Here, in this somewhat peculiar, remote spot off the Potomac River, more than 100 World War I-era wooden steamships and other abandoned vessels rest eternally, cast off as obsolete, their working lives abruptly curtailed.



Waterfront home: A family property in Deltaville

deltaville1The boating lifestyle drew Bobby and Bonnie Weis to Deltaville, Virginia, the self-proclaimed “Boating Capital of the Chesapeake.”



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