Anchors Aweigh on Long Island Sound

Millions of years ago, glaciers buckled, folded and fractured the bedrock shores of what is now Long Island Sound. This ancient activity underlies the crook-and-cranny beauty that attracts boaters from around the world. It’s a popular body of water, yet you can still find quiet pockets surrounded by the bounty of nature, particularly with the Read More

Tobermory, Canada

Ask any Great Lake boater about their fantasy trip and they will tell you a cruise to the North Channel and Georgian Bay. Known as God’s Country to the avid boater, this waterway covers U.S. and Canadian waters, beyond comparison in splendor to any other body of water in the Great Lakes. Tobermory Canada is Read More

What’s New at Oasis Marinas & More!

Marina Updates Oasis Marinas has been awarded the management contract for Coles Point Marina and RV Resort in Hague, Virginia. The property, which is nestled along the Potomac River, has something to offer everyone! From Tim’s Tiki Bar and Restaurant on-site, to its private beach and luxury waterfront cottages, Coles Point has an extensive list of Read More

Martha’s Vineyard vs. Nantucket

Two seaside towns that embody New England’s quintessential beauty and charm go toe to toe. Who wins in the Martha’s Vineyard vs Nantucket showdown? Beaches Martha’s Vineyard Carved by glaciers millions of years ago, the epic Aquinnah Cliffs line the half-mile stretch of pristine coastline that makes up Moshup Beach – a prime destination for sunning Read More

The Renaissance of the Baltimore Harbor

Much has changed since 1608 when John Smith first explored the banks of the Patapsco River, whose tidal portion forms Baltimore’s harbor and flows into the Chesapeake Bay. From trading posts dotting the shores rose a thriving industrial giant in the 18th, 19th and first half of the 20th centuries. Along the way, the region Read More

2018 Destination Guide: New England

Bar Harbor, Maine Surrounded by Acadia National Park’s pine-covered mountains and granite cliffs, this New England seaside gem has attracted visitors since the mid-1800s. Artists chose this beautiful port for painting dramatic seascapes, and America’s wealthiest tycoons (Rockefeller, Ford, Vanderbilt and more) built grand summer homes along West Street. Historic lighthouses along the shore keep Read More

2018 Destination Guide: Mid-Atlantic

The Hamptons, N.Y. The Hamptons is a unique amalgamation of seaside hamlets and villages, surrounded by white sand beaches with dramatic dunes. Old World charm peacefully coexists with upscale glitz, producing some of most expensive ZIP codes in America. Land that once grew potatoes now yields grapes for vineyards such as Martha Clara, Duck Walk Read More

2018 Destination Guide: Southeast

Cape Charles, Va. We start on Southeast boating guide in Cape Charles, Virginia. On Virginia’s Eastern Shore, this exquisite little getaway town awaits your arrival. Located on the southern tip of the Delmarva Peninsula between the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean, this dreamy destination delivers rural hospitality eager to slow down the pace of hectic Read More

2018 Destination Guide: Florida

St. Augustine, Fla. In 1513, Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon landed his ship on this part of Florida in search of the fountain of youth. He didn’t stay long, but he did lay the groundwork for what would become America’s oldest city. For almost 400 years, St. Augustine’s 42 miles of white sand beaches would Read More

Boating Destination: Washington, DC Riverfront

Winds of change bring a renaissance to the Washington DC riverfront As the Boomerang pirate tour boat cruises past the Lincoln Memorial filling the air with lively music and contagious laughter, you almost expect Old Abe to vacate his big marble chair and walk down to the banks of the Potomac River to join the Read More