Little Bay Family Cruise


Sat, Aug 18 - 19, 2007



Event Managers

  • Event Chair: John Koedel
  • Social Chair: Kara Koedel


This is designed as a “family cruise” but all are welcome. Little Bay is located north of Windmill point at the mouths of Dymer Creek and Antipoison Creek. From your anchorage, you can make out the last few sticks of what used to be Grog Island. If you have not been there before, you’re missing out. This is a great anchorage that leaves you in Caribbean surroundings, at least by Chesapeake Bay standards. Once anchored, there is a deserted beach that affords a great time ashore. A small lagoon sits behind a break wall of sand that has been ideal for toy boat sailing in the past. The marshy area, further in, is good for exploring by dinghy where you might find great “prizes” washed up from previous storms. Departure time is at your leisure but between 9am and 10am would allow for a nice sail out and around Stingray and Windmill points arriving around the lunch hour. I suggest the afternoon ashore and then back to the boats for cocktails and appetizers “across the cockpits” and dinner on your own. After dark, a shore excursion for a bon fire and marshmallows is typical. Cruise chairman John Koedel, III. 338-1158 cell

Fishing Bay Yacht Club
Office Mail: Fishing Bay Yacht Club, 2711 Buford Road #309, Bon Air, 23235,
Clubhouse Address: 1525 Fishing Bay Road, Deltaville, VA 23043 (no mail delivery)

Phone Numbers: Club House 804-776-9636

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