OCC Rally Day 3 - St Michaels and the maritime museum
Date 2359 – Thursday 2 June 2011 (UTC -4)
Yesterday we anchored and rafted up with Alice who
also had an anchor down. We should of course split up after the party and
anchored separately, but we did not. During the night a wind shift of 180
degrees meant that we had crossed anchor chains. We had both buoyed our
anchors which gave a clue as to what had happened on the sea bed. Having
realised that our anchor buoy line was trapped by
A short, brisk sail took us to the very attractive
Preservation of Chesapeake Skipjacks, formerly used for crab and oyster dredging as been a major objective. It is difficult to imagine this ruin:
Being reconstructed into this:
But they do achieve it.
In the evening we gathered in the St Michaels Crab and Steak House for a Rally dinner.