|All red markers to port leaving Island Creek.|
The Dee of St. Mary’s left home today.
For 30 years her port of call has been Sea-Fruit Oyster House on St. George Island.
This morning she headed out to Calvert Marine Museum on Solomons Island, MD and docked early afternoon at the museum's Lore Oyster House exhibit.
Be that as it may, the Calvert Marine Museum remains committed to preserving the maritime heritage of the Chesapeake Bay. The organization is welcoming the freshly renovated and re-certified Dee of St. Mary's for an extended visit. In cooperation with the Chesapeake Bay Field Lab, the 501(c)3 that owns the Dee of St. Mary’s, the museum is exploring future opportunities for this youngest member of the last commercial sailing fleet in North America.
Please keep in touch with both organizations ( Calvert Marine Museum, Chesapeake Bay Field Lab ) for ways to help.
Rough sailing out there on a day like this. Hope all goes well and more 'smoother sailing' ahead. judy goddardReplyDelete