Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Georgetown, MD to Annapolis, MD

Light winds, mostly cloudy in the morning, clearing up by the afternoon made this last journey for the crew, an enjoyable one.

Approaching the bridge connecting the Eastern Shore to the Western Shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
The Western Shore Side of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.The vertical clearance of this bridge is 182 feet in the centre. Oasis had no worries about her wind indicator this time.
The Eastern Side of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, what an amazing structure. The colour of the water is still chocolaty due to the hurricane Irene and massive flooding surrounding the Chesapeake Bay.
The Captain and crew member, Jacques enjoying themselves.
Large ships in the Annapolis Harbour.
Entering the Annapolis Harbour, on starboard, the two bridges crossing the Severn River.
Approaching the mooring field in Annapolis Harbour.
 Cruising alongside the piers.
Oasis tied up at it's mooring and the crew enjoying the scenery of the sailing vessels go by.
One of the last sunset of Jacques and Annie's Journey.

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