Fall is such a lovely time for a boating trip to Annapolis. The weather is cooler so we don't miss having access to a pool, yet it's warm enough to sit at the outdoor bar at Pussers watching football. We set off on Saturday for an overnight trip with 4 1/2 people (four adults and a 1 1/2 year old).
On our way out of the Inner Harbor we saw this Brazilian training ship coming in for a 3-night visit -- I love living in a port city.
June Neighbor list?
While waiting for another couple that planned to spend the day with us in Annapolis, our friends from Sparrows Point showed up, as well as a friend from Parkside Marina. At this point we had six boats in Annapolis and friends driving down, things could only go downhill (or uphill depending on your perspective).
As usual, we started at Pussers where we had a great view of our boat.
Catch Phrase -- the perfect boat "board game" -- it became obvious that we were having too much fun for an early night and would have 6 1/2 people sleeping on our boat. This was not the first time we have had unplanned overnight guests on board in Annapolis, however it was the first time everyone would be able to comfortably sleep inside the cabin. The more time I spend on this boat the more I love it. The guests that rode down with us and their child took the guest stateroom.