Whether you want to have fun on a special event cruise or simply relax on the water, Chesapeake Bay cruises have something for everyone. Enjoy the bounty of the bay on a fishing trip with your family and friends. If family fun is what you seek, consider an exciting pirate cruise. You can also give your family a truly educational experience aboard a nearly exact replica of a British schooner.

Experienced sailors can book a bareboat charter, while those who wish someone else to do all the work can sail in comfort with a captain and crew.  There are many options to choose from, all of which result in a great time on the water.

Spending a day, an evening, or even a week, on the Chesapeake Bay is a unique experience. There are historical areas to visit, spectacular scenery to enjoy, and local cuisine to be savored. There is nowhere quite like the Bay!

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Rebecca T. Ruark

Sail aboard the oldest working skipjack on the Chesapeake Bay, built in 1886. Enjoy nautical tales and ecology stories from 5th-generation and world-renown Capt. Wade H. Murphy, Jr.  Capt. Wade personally takes you on a 2-hour sail 7 days a week. Saturday and Sunday (11-1, 2-4, 6-8 sunset) and Monday through Friday (11-1, 6-8 sunset).

Private group charters available. Best comparison rates available: $30 per adult , $15 per child under 12, tiny ones free! BYOB (wine, beer, champagne, soda, picnic). Wade guarantees that you have a good time!

The Rebecca T Ruark is U.S. Coast Guard certified for 49 passengers.

The Rebecca T. Ruark is docked in Dogwood Harbor on Tilghman, Maryland and the mailing address is 21308 Phillips Road, Tilghman, Maryland 21671. Call Captain Wade at 410-829-3976 for more information..

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