The Eastern Shore of Maryland is unique in its location. It benefits from two distinctive shorlines of water with an ocean on one side and an estuary on the other. The Bay has
long been a large part of history with early trade, profitable crabbing and oystering, boat industries, and even some pirating.
The development of the C&D Canal in the 1800's boosted the Bay's popularity even more by ultimately creating part of the Intercoastal Waterway.
Along with the flurry of weekenders, we experience considerable traffic from those working their way north or south, or vice versa, as well as world cruisers. The calm waters, sandy
bottoms, and abundant wildlife make the Chesapeake an enjoyable place to be.