Sailboats checker the Chesapeake Bay horizon en route to the Atlantic while big barges head north for port cities like Baltimore, passing quaint rural towns on the Eastern Shore and time-forgotten islands along the way.
Big boats, from submarine to sloop-of-war, steal the show at the Baltimore Maritime Museum. Visitors can explore the bowels of a World War II-era decomissioned sub, the USS TORSK, walk the deck of a Coast Guard cutter (USCGC TANEY), and have a peak in at the crew quarters of the Lightship 116, "Chesapeake" as they take in these historic ships. Be sure to have a look at the screw-pile Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse before sailing away home.
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