Hello from Rover! When I last left you we were in Quisset, Ma. a lovely, quiet and serene location. Our next venture started after meticulous piloting so as to enjoy a favorable current. Speeding through the Cape Cod Canal at 10 knots left us on the inside of the Cape with a sail to the next port of call, Provincetown, or Ptown (did they know I was coming?) Continue reading Whales, Workouts, and Weathervanes!
Alright readers! If you’ve ever anchored out in Annapolis for Blue Angels, the 4th of July, or Bands in the Sands, or if you’ve ever anchored … ummm …. anytime in the BVI, then you’ve no doubt seen some pretty heroically hair-brained stupidity by fellow captains trying to set or retrieve an anchor. Use the comments selection below (or PM me and I can post) and let’s see if we can select the winning story!
Just to kick things off, I’ll start with two stories: one I witnessed and one (because if you can’t laugh at yourself, you shouldn’t laugh at others) that I starred in! Continue reading Reader Poll! What Is The Dumbest Thing You’ve Seen A Crew Do When Anchoring?
Join us this Sunday for Part II of our three part webinar series. This week’s topics will be on our process for choosing the Hylas 54 as our passage making cruiser! We look forward to seeing you there.
Sunday, May 3 at 5PM
Meeting ID: 822 7315 2784
We are at a bit of a loss for words today as our beloved Annapolis Yacht Club house is in ruins after being ravaged by fire yesterday. No staff or member injuries but one (reportedly minor) injury to a firefighter. Continue reading Annapolis Yacht Club Fire
Welcome to svrover.com! We are four friends who enjoy sailing and thought it would be fun to start a blog to share our experiences. We’ve begun by gathering some stories we’ve written in the past, which we’re posting as ‘throwback’ articles. This summer we’re planning a charter out of Newport, so we plan to start posting content about new adventures soon.