We cruise different areas in different seasons and years. The winter-spring charter season finds us in either the Florida Keys, Bahamas, or USVI-Puerto Rico. In the summer-fall we are either in the Northern Chesapeake Bay or Southern Caribbean for hurricane season. Each cruising ground has elements we love to dive, sail and find adventure, with its own unique vibe and experience. A Florida Keys sailing vacation is an excellent way to explore the southernmost portion of the United States. Join us to snorkel or dive beautiful reefs or simply relax as we sail between the islands. When the weather is right we can even make it out to the Dry Tortugas National Park! The Bahamas cruising ground is vast and there are hundreds of Cays that dot the area. The majority are sleepy, sparsely inhabited, beautiful landscapes occupied by the friendliest people. Coral reefs abound in the Bahamas, making for many breathtaking snorkels and dives in the crystal blue water. The USVI and Puerto Rico are a beautiful cruising ground that abound with history and varying landscapes, both above and below the waterline. The islands of Culebra, Culebrita, Vieques, St. Thomas and St. Johns are all individually unique and offer a wide range of shoreline, reef, beaches, breathtaking coves, and anchorages to explore. The Southern Caribbean is equally rich in history and a favorite destination for many cruisers, snorkelers, divers and adventure seekers during hurricane season. Of the many islands of St. Vincent & The Grenadines, Grenada, Bonaire and Curacao, Bonaire is our favorite and is considered one of the world's top diving destinations. There is no way to be disappointed in the beauty, awe-inspiring sunsets, and friendly welcome this Dutch Province always provides. Another hurricane-friendly destination of ours is the Northern Chesapeake. Our home port of Lankford Bay in Rock Hall, MD is a sleepy sailors' paradise. The Chesapeake offers a wide range of destinations and history around every corner, anchorage, island, and town. Annapolis, Kent Island, Rock Hall, St. Michaels, and Cambridge have deep historical roots dating back to the founding of the United States. These towns capture and preserve the area's rich sailing history.