Sailing the Great Lakes

Sailing the Great Lakes

The York River is pretty big and the Chesapeake Bay is large, but there is nothing like sailing the Great Lakes. They are veritable oceans.  Mary and Mike Wlodarski were vacationing in Williamsburg from Naperville, Illinois, so they went sailing on the York with another couple to celebrate Mary’s birthday. Naturally he recalled harrowing sailing […]

Sailing, boating and shipbuilding news

Sailing, boating and shipbuilding news

Nine people from all over America cruised along the York River near Williamsburg with various sailing, boating and shipbuilding news. Tom Jackson of West Valley, Utah, brought his wife and her sister along. “Our biggest body of water is of course the Great Salt Lake. It’s been dry, so the lake is way down. There’s […]

Sailing for Blood

Sailing for Blood

Remember when giving blood was important because it was in short supply? Not any more, or at least not so much. Kenny and Anna Marie Lamberth of Clever, Missouri talked about the world of blood while sailing on a warm afternoon near Williamsburg with their friends Joy and James Mathias. The men switched operating the […]

Sailing to Missouri

  Bruce Queen of metro Richmond took his daughter Marissa sailing near Williamsburg as a goodbye tour. She’s leaving Powhatan Plantation timeshare resort for Missouri where she has been promoted by Diamond Resorts to be run their timeshare in Branson, called Suites at Fall Creek. “Branson is like Atlantic City without the casinos,” Marissa said. […]