Maryland is located on the eastern seaboard of the United States, in the South of Pennsylvania and North of Virginia. The State of Maryland include the famous Chesapeake Bay which is America’s largest estuary and Assateague island. The location of Maryland on the Mid-Atlantic corridor contributes to create a fairly moderate weather.
Maryland is a renowned yacht charter destination in the US East coast and attracts many visitors throughout the whole year. During a visit in the area, yacht charterers will find that Maryland offers a wide variety of attractions and things to do; with its fascinating landscape which extend from the seashore (Chesapeake and the Atlantic Ocean) to the mountains (the Appalachians) to the Urban areas (Baltimore and the DC suburbs).
Most of the resorts along the Maryland Eastern shore host many wonderful annual events like waterfront festivals, seafood festivals, boating regattas and races, fishing tournaments, boat shows, museum events, arts and crafts shows, and more.
You will also have the opportunity to visit some famous places like Chesapeake city, Chestertown, Rock Hall, Easton, St Michaels, Oxford, Cambridge, Salisbury and various possibilities to visit some islands like Kent Island or Tilghman Island.
During a yacht charter trip along the beautiful coasts of Maryland, yacht charterers will really appreciate a visit on Kent Island. The island lies at the base of Chesapeake Bay Bridge and attracts many visitors due to its proximity to Annapolis, Baltimore and Washington.
The Tilghman Island is located on the Chesapeake Bay and Choptank River and is renowned for its sport fishing activities offered and fresh seafood. The island is accessible by the drawbridge and several marinas which offer interesting charter cruises along the coast.
It is a famous yacht charter destination in Maryland and there are numerous places to explore, along lots of great museums, shopping activities and many restaurants. For yacht charter lovers, Annapolis hosts an amazing collection the World’s sailing heritage. The Annapolis Maritime Museum is worth a visit to explore the maritime heritage of Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay with exhibits and live entertainment
To reach this amazing destination, you can board your yacht and take a 1.5 mile trip out to the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse. There is also the National Sailing Hall of Fame which is worth a visit.