Boating on the Eastern Shore
Boating on the Eastern Shore of Virginia
Enjoying the water is an inherent part of our Eastern Shore Coastal lifestyle. Hardworking men have for generations worked the bountiful waters along the hundreds of miles of shoreline that make up Virginia’s Scenic Eastern Shore. Quinby Harbor From the small towns and hamlets of commerce along the Chesapeake Bay with its multitude of navigable estuaries, to the colorful saltwater meadows of the Seaside dotted with small fishing villages accessing our unspoiled Barrier Cape Charles Islands and the Atlantic Ocean beyond, the WATER has always been a way of Life here! Some things fortunately never change and all these traditions can be yours too! Whether you are navigating a deep draft sailboat, paddling a kayak or piloting anything in between, the Eastern Shore of Virginia is a land of boating opportunity. Boaters often keep their crafts at their own backyard docks but nearly as often opt to trailer and launch at one of our numerous public ramps. State of the art marina moorings are also available. Regardless of the size and type of your vessel, you’ll find the exploration of our wide bays and pristine coves to be a relaxing pastime. Fishing, crabbing, clamming and tonging for oysters are still being enjoyed today by many boaters. Windsurfing and kite surfing are sensational here too. Come be a part of the unlimited Bayside and Seaside boating opportunities available when you live on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
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