When you are stuck in traffic on the interstate think of these commuters. Would your boss believe you if you came in late due to rough seas? Or a fog bank that rolled in? Here’s a picture of an entirely different Yellow Cab, closer to a Yellow Submarine. And yes, there are traffic jams on the water too. Check out the different types of commuter vessels in this photo gallery.Click on each picture below for a better view.
It was a whirlwind week at Harbor View Marina in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Long time cruising friends joined first time attendees at the most anticipated boating event this fall. And the John W. Brown did not dissappoint as an ideal location for the 90 minute classroom sessions throughout the week. […]
Vessel Type – Length Kadey Krogen 58 Trawler
Engine Type – Horsepower Twin John Deere Diesels
Economical speed – 9 knots
Starting Location – Fort Pierce, FL
Final Destination – Galesville, MD (South of Annapolis)
Barbara is a White Burgee LOOPER and is in the process of starting her first trip around the Great Loop. She’s asked us to help her prepare for her first Gulfstream Crossing to the Bahamas aboard her 38 foot Bayliner.