Sailing and Boating Links

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In need of a Naval Architect or Marine Consultant? Visit my friend, Iver C. Franzen, N.A.

Ships Company brings you Shantys and historic interpretation of life on the USS Constellation

The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race

Visit the new American Sail Training Association site. Or E-Mail ASTA at

Bayshore Discovery Project

U.S.S. Constellation in Baltimore, Maryland's Inner Harbor

My current employeer Living Classrooms Foundation

And try Baltimore's very own Pride of Baltimore II

U.S.S. Constitution Museum

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum - St. Michaels, Maryland

Mariners Museum - Newport News, Virginia

Mystic Seaport

Nauticus - Norfolk, Virginia

Thanks to Stephanie and Alexander for this website. You can Donate a Car, Boat, Motorhome, RV, or Truck to charity and receive the Maximum Legal Tax Deduction and possibly a Partial Cash Payment - fast handling of Car Donations and more! Action Donation Services

United States Coast Guard's National Maritime Center if you are interested in learning more about obtaining your own maritime credentials, boating safety, regulations and much more.

The John W. Brown is another ship that is of historical significance to Baltimore. This vessel can still be seen in Baltimore's harbor and occasionally traveling around the Chesapeake Bay.

For an enormous number of links to everything that has to do with sailing, check out Mark Rosenstein's Sailing Page. The Tall Ship's links are very impressive.

Sailing Ships
SchoonerMan: Schooner and Tall Sailing Ships

For sailing items aimed at women try Womanship

Why not learn alittle about knots, rope handling and become a better "marlinspike" seaman at:
Rope Works

BoatUS is a good source for your boating needs.

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Last updated 28 June 2012