The Point : Shipwright Harbor Marina News and Happenings Issue No. 28


The Point | News and Happenings
Issue No. 28



(weather permitting)

July 21st  |  5-8:30pm

     We are monitoring the weather and will keep you updated with changes. But if the weather holds out, Vic's bringin in his rig to make some roasts and french fries under the breezeway by the pool. And we hear Dave will referee a couples dance off and swimming contest. Fockers for life Pete and Margaret Lowenstein will be present, with Pete providing the sounds of Sh'Boom! Feel free to bring a dish! Click below to RSVP.

Free Beer Fridays

July 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

Cool down at the pool every Friday evening with a beer on us! Word is the beer ups your water-volleyball game...

Knapps Narrows Crossing

Dan Breitenbach 

     'Local knowledge has always been a critical requirement for transiting Knapps Narrows. I had long used the Narrows to transit into the Choptank, but three seasons ago, the shoaling forced me around Black Walnut Point. The Hunter Sailing Association Station 1 July 4th Cruise from June 30 - July 4 presented me with an opportunity to challenge the newly dredged channel. I transited twice, once from each the Bay side and the Choptank side.'

The channel is dredged, providing plentiful water, and is newly marked! Click below for more details from Dan Breitenbach regarding the passage. 

Click here to read the full article!

Dolphin Tracking App

The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science has developed an app that tracks the dolphins on the Bay! Available for both the iPhone and Android, the app allows users to record dolphin sightings on the bay. 
Click here for more information!

Boater Safety

     July is a great month for boating. Between the wonderful (albeit hot) weather, the multitude of events, and the kids being out of school, getting out on the water is a great idea this month. However, with the increased activity, July is also the most dangerous month on the water. Always remember to take the time to put on your lifejacket before getting out on the water, and make sure everyone on board knows some boating safety basics.
Click the photos below for some great boater safety resources!

Fish For A Cure

Saturday, November 3rd

Click the image for more information on how to register as a captain, an angler, or just for the main event. 

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