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Event Series Event Series: History of Watermen on the Chesapeake

History of Watermen on the Chesapeake

July 29 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

$75.25

Annapolis is known as a Seafood hub on the east coast. Most people love their Crabs and Oysters, but how many people know where their seafood comes from and how it is caught? Annapolis has been the center of the seafood industry on the Chesapeake, ride along to hear the history of Seafood and Watermen from Annapolis.

Details

  • History Monday Sunset Sails occur every Monday, May-September 22.
  • Different topics and speakers vary throughout the season.
  • Our bar includes a selection of Craft Beer, Wine & Bubbly available for purchase!
  • Tickets go on sale six days prior to the date you want to sail.

James Ronayne is a senior at Annapolis High School. He is an environmental photographer, conservationist, and storyteller. James’ photography is heavily influenced by the Chesapeake Bay. His photographs highlight the working men and women of the Bay and the environmental issues he champions. James works for the Coastal Conservation Association and has been a volunteer with Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s oyster gardening program since he was a young boy. He is actively involved in the Chesapeake Oyster Alliance and has testified before the Maryland Senate and Atlantic Fisheries Commission on environmental issues. He has prioritized bridging the gap between policy work and waterman with the common goal of maintaining a healthy Chesapeake Bay.
James’ boat, PorkChop, has given him the opportunity to see things on the bay that many people don’t get the chance to see. He realized early on that you can tell a powerful story through the lens of a camera. Through this literal lens James tells the story of the Chesapeake Bay and her waterways, the living things beneath her surface, and the people who work and play on her.

Details

Date:
July 29
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Series:
Cost:
$75.25
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Organizer

Schooner Woodwind
Phone
410-263-7837
Email
info@schoonerwoodwind.com
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Venue

Schooner Woodwind at Annapolis Waterfront Hotel Dock
80 Compromise Street
Annapolis, MD 21401 United States
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Schooner Woodwind
410-263-7837