Getting through the trouble spots of the 1,200-mile trip from Annapolis, Maryland, to Stuart, Florida, requires caution and careful planning. Read the full story here.
April 22, 2011
The Corvette 340 arriving in Stuart, Florida after a 1200-mile trip from AnnapolisGeorge Sass Sr.
The Corvette 340 arriving in Stuart after a 1200-mile trip from AnnapolisGeorge Sass Sr.
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Norfolk’s U.S.S. Wisconsin and NauticusGeorge Sass Sr.
Enjoying a cup of Seattle’s best on Portsmouth’s waterfrontGeorge Sass Sr.
Locking through Deep Creek Lock on the Dismal SwampGeorge Sass Sr.
Doing the Ditch
Two powerboats and two sailboats heading down the Dismal SwampGeorge Sass Sr.
Fall foliage on the Dismal SwampGeorge Sass Sr.
Morning in Oriental, North CarolinaGeorge Sass Sr.
Welcome to Elizabeth City, North CarolinaGeorge Sass Sr.
The dinghy dock in Oriental encourages transients to stop and drop anchor in the small basin or up Greens CreekGeorge Sass Sr.
Oriental’s anchorage beyond the the private Oriental Harbor Marina and inside the breakwater has room for just a few boats, but for those who can fit under the 45-foot vertical clearance bridge, there is plenty of room up Greens Creek.George Sass Sr.
A stand-up paddler in Wrightsville Beach gets some exercise before the sun sets.George Sass Sr.
Corvette 340 cruising the ICW near Wrightsville Beach, NCGeorge Sass Sr.
The residential streets of Southport are lined with live oaks and charming homesGeorge Sass Sr.
When at the helm, be prepared to slow down to avoid swamping the many small boats along the waterwayGeorge Sass Sr.
A foggy morning at Dock Holiday’s Marina near Myrtle beach, SCGeorge Sass Sr.
After the morning fog lifted on Little River near Myrtle Beach, SCGeorge Sass Sr.
The Harborage at Ashley Marina in Charleston, SCGeorge Sass Sr.
Beautiful homes line the Charleston waterfrontGeorge Sass Sr.
Corvette 340 making 18-knots south of CharlestonGeorge Sass Sr.