Chesapeake Bay Chapter hosts a number of activities each year, including:
- A spring workshop held at a boat yard or restoration shop
- Our annual Antique & Classic Boat Show and Festival at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in beautiful St. Michaels, Maryland—a tradition that began over 25 years ago
- Various scenic cruises, rendezvous and picnics on and around our area waterways
- A fall Oktoberfest party
- The annual “Change of Watch” banquet each November with the election of new officers for the coming year.
Our enthusiastic members believe that the CBC’s success results from fostering an environment that encourages us to:
- Share Knowledge
- Assist with Restoration
- Work Cooperatively
While these outcomes are admirable in themselves, they alone can’t sustain us or make our chapter successful “if it just isn’t fun!” Consequently, we try to not take ourselves too seriously. We have discovered that when we share, build trust and laugh at ourselves, it’s more conducive for members to become friends—and celebrate that friendship through our activities and memorable times.
The Chesapeake Bay Chapter welcomes new members who share the chapter’s values and interests. There is no requirement that you own an historic boat —or any boat at all—only that you share an appreciation for old boats and wonderful fellowship.