….Baltimore at 11:00 a.m.. The vast array of naval vessels have already begun their departure this morning. Ships will be leaving throughout the day. So wherever you are, maybe driving over one of the bridges, be sure to catch a glimpse. It may be a while before we see them again. Check out this video. […]Read More Tall Ships Leaving….
Baltimore celebrates its 200 year anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner and the War of 1812. The Star-Spangled Sailabration will take place in the Baltimore Inner Harbor this week, June 13-19. More than 40 tall ships and naval vessels will be on parade for the national launch of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 and the […]Read More Star Spangled Sailabration
Sean Simmons (Partner) Started in the marine industry in 1988 working for Harbor Yacht Rigging in Baltimore, Md as a Riggers Apprentice under the tutelage of gentleman named Tom Snow. Then was later promoted to another job in 1990 at the nearby, Get-a-way Sailing School as the Chief Technician. Around 1993 he was hired at the old Tidewater Marine Center, also […]Read More The ‘Riggers’ of the Sailboat World
Sean Simmons – 08/30/1970 – 11/12/2017, 29 years rigging experience, and 35 years sailing experience. Sean started in the marine industry in 1988 working for Harbor Yacht Rigging in Baltimore, Md as a Riggers’ Apprentice under the tutelage of a gentleman named Tom Snow. A few years later, he was promoted to a new job at the nearby Get-A-Way Sailing School […]Read More Annapolis Yacht Rigger Will Be Missed!
Well, wish I was out sailing today. Instead it’s another day at the office. Today’s forecast just to make me more jealous is, Crispy Clear 60 degrees with a slight breeze out of the west. I don’t know about you but I’m ready for a booze cruise into the Baltimore Inner Harbor. Should get there in about 2 hours from Pasadena. Wish […]Read More Stunning Day For a Sail!