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From Dick’s Desk-upstairs at the Boatyard

b2ap3_thumbnail_crab-regatta-dick-and-dave-with-kids.JPGWe are excited about the launch of our new web site-thank you Paula. Hopefully you will spend a bit of time on it and give us feedback. It’s now mobile friendly (goodbye old flash art--the yellow car zooming off, and sail boats and fish moving around—well it was cool last gen.). We will be adding a lot of photos and keeping it current and hopefully fun and informative. Chef George will be posting his daily specials each morning, so for those of you who yearn for his lobster and corn chowder –now you can see when it’s being served. The site has dates of all of our upcoming events and will also show pictures of the ones we have just held—so look for your pic. 

Wow what a great warm weather season. Thanks you all for coming to the B Y so frequently and for supporting our four big charity events. Please look under “events” for next year’s dates and photos are posted under “gallery.” The Opening Day Spring Fishing Tournament was windy on the Bay but was sure good after-party weather. Can you believe this next year will be our 13th annual? CBF Bands In The Sand topped over 1,300 people on the CBF Beach and raised over $150,000 net to Save the Bay, a natural treasure. The Boatyard C.R.A.B Regatta was amazing sailing weather and the party rocked—all love the Mount Gay hats and Heineken shirts. Dave Gendell and I participate with our Alerion Express 28 Juice each year (he drives and I supply lunch.) The Boatyard Beach Bash for the Annapolis Maritime Museum brought in Coral Reefers Doyle Grissom and Mike Utley, John Frinzi and his band from Florida as well as Jim Morris. It rained but no one cared. Stand-by for an even bigger line up next year.

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Size: 24 px;   Color:#e1393d;  Located on Restaurant Row in the historic maritime district of Eastport, the Boatyard is just a short walk or water taxi ride from Annapolis City Docks. The interior is like that of an old yacht, with shiny white walls, mahogany, sea foam green ceilings and large wooden beams. It will take many visits to appreciate all of the many paintings and items collected during the owners' travels. The old wooden fishing skiff that

 

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