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#StudyAbroadBecause It Makes Your World Big

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Pamela Douglas Webster studied European history while traveling in nine different countries at the end of her college career. After working in private historical societies and nonprofits, she learned how to sail. She now lives on board a 34 foot sailboat with her husband and dog and cruises the Chesapeake Bay and eastern United States. She works and plays at pet-friendly travel and blogs about life on board with her dog at http://www.somethingwagging.com.

The Top Three Natural Destinations of the Windfall Islands

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The Caribbean has something to offer everyone. This winter there is no better place to kick back and relax than in the Windward Islands of the Caribbean. The more obscure islands of the Lesser Antilles are full of adventure. 

 The Top Three Natural Destinations of the Windward Islands

Sailing a Bareboat to Fell’s Point for the Beer Culture

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Baltimore used to be one of the major boat manufacturing powerhouses in the U.S. For many years this enterprise not only buoyed, but helped Baltimore grow into one of the largest economic hubs in the Eastern U.S.A. However, it was Baltimore’s robust brewing manufacturers that kept the city moving forward even after all the boat manufacturing companies folded. During the mid-20th century, the major brewing companies took hits that also made them defunct.

Crinan Classic 2009 - A Scottish Celebration of Wooden Boats

Dr. Jessie Voigts's picture

Scotland and Sailing - who could ask for anything more?  I am very excited to share an extraordinary sailing/boating event in Scotland, called the Crinan Classic.