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Masts & Rigging- Schooner Days in Olde Towne Portsmouth, Va
Finale event to the Annual Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race
Photo by Joe Elder
Beautiful! This shot captures the essence of the canal! I have many of these in my collection as well.
Our son, daughter in law, grandson and granddaughter were with us for 2 weeks over the Christmas/New Year’s holiday on our 35′ sailboat. We sailed from Duck Key to Key West and back over the two weeks. My daughter in law took this great photo on a beautiful winter day in the Keys!
Saint James City lighted boat parade, 2010.
Bill Fuller & Barb Riordan
Saint James City, FL
The Little Washington Sailing Club offers children ages 10-17 an opportunity to learn to sail in the harbor in Downtown Washington/Pamlico River. The small sail in this picture is one of the racing class vessels during a recent summer session.
Tourism Development Director
Washington, NC ~ Heart of the Inner Banks
The Hog Island Lighthouse Fresnel lens lights the way and is on display on the Elizabeth riverfront next to the High Street Landing (basin) at historic Olde Towne Portsmouth, Va.
Photo by Joe Elder
Sunrise at River Dunes
Dec 20th 2010
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Photo taken on 11/29/2010
Marathon Marina Sunset
Entrance to Boot Key Harbor
Olympus FE-230 digital camera
Photo taken by: John Schwab
Calibogue Sound, SC
Nov. 18, 2010
M/V Live Wire II
Sheila Dixon, S/V Neverbored
Nov.25,2010 in St.Mary’s, Georgia
Off Blackbeard Is. Ga
Hillsboro inlet, Pompano Beach
Taken by Nicholas Von Staden during a summer storm coming in from the gulfstream
Nikon D200 on tripod with a long exposure 17-55 2.8 lens
Photo by: Win Jones
Looking down the dock from Hopetown Lodge
As one of his first official acts, incoming president Kennedy selected Manitou, the 62-foot Sparkman & Stephens yawl designed in 1936 to replace the 92-foot powerboat that was then the Presidential yacht. She had been donated in 1955 to the Coast Guard Academy. She was brought to the Chesapeake Bay and equipped with communication equipment so the President would never be out of touch with his office (or the Kremlin) while on board.
Kennedy sailed Manitou often on the Bay and in New England. Kennedy was so fond of the boat that he deemed her the ‘floating Whitehouse.’ She was named after Manitou Passage in Lake Michigan. ‘Manitou’ means ‘Spirit of the Water.’
October 26, 2010 - great photo sheila!! congratulations on winning read more
This is a photo of the Elizabeth City, North Carolina waterfront on the morning of Oct.23/2010
Photo by: Sheila Dixon
I bought Sheila a new camera a couple of months ago. We found out your site when we were in Elizabeth City on Oct 22 at the Rose Buddys reception. We have been full time cruising for the last 2 years, 20,000 miles so far, first sailing from Cape town, South Africa then to Maine and back a couple of times. On our way south again. Haven’t decided how far. – Chris Bartlett
Cape Lookout Summer
No Name Harbor Sunset
Jack Kamer, S/V Glisse