CRAB’s kid sailing camp was mentioned in the round up of Annapolis Police summer camps. View the article here, http://digitaledition.capitalgazette.com/infinity/article_popover_share.aspx?guid=17990773-d3e5-4538-ace4-24fd9b916ebf
In a recent article, Chesapeake Bay Magazine officially announced the donation of 2 Beneteau First 22A’s to Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating. CRAB will be purchasing 4 additional boats to make a fleet of 6. To read the full article click HERE
The 2017 Boatyard Bar & Grill Regatta to Benefit CRAB was very successful with 77 boats registering for the race and over 310 crew participating. Following the race, more than 600 of CRAB’s friends and supporter gathered for a great party and music by Misspent Youth at the Eastport Yacht Club. The Skipper’s Challenge and Paddle […]
In an article by USA Today about police activity across the nation, CRAB’s very own Kid Camp was highlighted as positive community relations work. “Come sail away with me A few Maryland officers are working hard to show kids that cops are there to protect not marginalize. Fifteen students in a state sailing camp run by Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating (CRAB) — a group […]
This past weekend CRAB held its second kids camp for the year in collaboration with the Anne Arundel County Police and the Annapolis City Police. The camps were attended by a total of 30 kids and 12 officers who sailed together to strengthen relations and create a positive image between the two. The camp was […]
Below is the article written by Annapolis Yacht Club for the 2017 CRAB Cup Regatta. Original article here. A highlight on the annual regatta calendar for AYC Race Committee and staff is the CRAB Cup, which has been hosted at the Club since its inception in 1999. This year, the regatta was comprised of six […]
The Bush River Yacht Club in Harford County, MD, held a Paint Night fundraiser to benefit CRAB last night. The guests were invited for an evening of fun, fellowship and nautical themed paintings. All donations raised from the event are in support of CRAB and its mission to provide the thrill and freedom of sailing […]
The 2017 Spring Recovering Warrior Sailing Regatta was a success, despite the weather.
Brad was introduced to CRAB in 2003 when his good friend suffered a life altering accident leaving him paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. CRAB proved to be a life-line, allowing Brad to act as the able bodied sailor supporting his friend in the Don Backe Memorial CRAB Cup Regatta.
The Recovering Warrior Sailing Regatta was held on Saturday, April 30th in our nation’s “Sailing Capital,” Annapolis, Maryland. The regatta is sponsored by the Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating, the National Sailing Hall of Fame, The Connected Warrior Foundation, Warrior Events, and The Valhalla Sailing Project with support from the US Naval Academy. After everyone was […]