The Moorings adds Chesapeake location

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The Moorings newest charter destination will open May 15 for bareboat sailing, power and skippered charters on Chesapeake Bay at Annapolis Landing Marina in Annapolis, Md.

The fleet will include a range of monohulls, built by Beneteau, and catamarans from Robertson & Caine.

“We are very excited to offer a new cruising grounds in North America, The Moorings Annapolis, our first location on the Eastern seaboard and the Chesapeake Bay, is literally the ‘backyard’ for so many of our customers,” The Moorings chief operating officer Cheryl Powell said in a statement.

“Here guests can charter for as little as two days or as long as they’d like to enjoy a leisurely weekend getaway while still experiencing the same world-class customer service and meticulously maintained yachts that are the hallmark of a Moorings vacation,” she added.

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