Sail the Chesapeake Bay for the 2016 Season
Broad Creek, Deltaville, Virginia
Our home port, Broad Creek, at the mouth of the Rappahannock River, means great destinations on the river and bay are within an easy morning or afternoon sail.
Explore the numerous deep water creeks off the Rappahannock – drop your anchor or berth at the available facilities and explore local villages. Favorites include Urbanna, Topping and Irvington.
Set course for a secluded creek and enjoy the natural beauty and wildlife that only the Chesapeake Bay area can offer, favorites include the Corrotoman and Antipoison.
Sailing Chesapeake Bay from Broad Creek, heading either north or south there are numerous bays, rivers and waterfront towns to visit. Favorites include Fleet’s and Little Bays, Great Wicomoco River area and Mobjack Bay.
Sailing east, across the bay, to the eastern shore, you will find quaint and welcoming towns such as Onancock and Cape Charles.
Solomons, MD and Portsmouth/Norfolk, VA are within a few days of sailing from our Rappahannock home port, when your schedule allows.
The CSC Fleet – Our Sailing Yachts
With the start of the 2015 sailing season, club members can sail either See Hexe, a Pearson 34 keel/centerboard sloop or Ula, a Freedom 32 – your choice each time you reserve sailing time. Both yachts are well equipped, comfortable cruisers and of the Pearson pedigree.
Our Tartan 34, Bianca, will join the CSC fleet as membership demand requires. The Tartan 34 is one of Olin Stephens classic designs, “Everything just seems to work well. In a way, it’s a masterpiece”, Olin Stephens II”
Learn more about our Fleet: CSC Yacht Specifications