Last year we talked of recurring billing, this year they tell me they are going to make it happen! Perhaps a sign of what is to come!   We are hopeful for a great hybrid event in March with a truly spectacular oration of small time boating on the Chesapeake. We are making plans for the Bay Bridge Boat Show in April. We are more than ready to host our show in St. Michaels in June. Very excited for our 1st ever overnight cruise in September! We have many more events planned and are trying to connect as a community anyway we can. We also have plans to meet with other chapters again this year! Our vision this year is to provide our members with the education and resources designed to promote and grow the antique and classic boating lifestyle.

In The Works …

We have formulated Vision and Mission statements that we think represent our club as a whole. We have numerous committees continuing and forming to better serve our needs as a chapter. If you have an interest in helping out please let us know. We are always in need of a few good men (and women).

Truly Encompass the Chesapeake Bay

This year we had the opportunity to meet our neighbors to the north. Ed Andrews, Mid-Atlantic Chapter invited us to meet his chapter in Chesapeake City.  It was a small group but during a pandemic it was just right. We also featured a story on our neighbors to the south in our Member Monday segment. The Tidewater chapter is full of great boats and great people!  

Thank you,

Happy Boating

Alicia Boardmen, President


Letter from President feb 2021 PDF