The Battle of the Severn
June 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Battle of the Severn, which took place off Greenbury Point in Annapolis harbor, was the only battle fought in America associated with the English Civil War (1642 – 1655), pitting Roman Catholics against Protestants. It was also the first battle ever fought between American soldiers on American soil.
- History Monday Sunset Sails occur every Monday, May-September 24.
- 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.
Steve Carr attended the U.S. Naval Academy and rode his bicycle twice across the United State. He worked for fifteen years at the Grand Canyon; ran a successful political and environmental consulting company, and was in charge of state trails for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources before retiring. Steve has been a competitive sailor and covered yachting races around the world. He leads FREE! Annapolis Walking Tours and performs at nightclubs in Washington, D.C. for Story District. Steve has published six books about the American Southwest And his latest Jenny Hatch murder mystery “Antelope Girl” is fast becoming a bestseller.