Paul Bollinger, Barry Considine and Sarah Winchester speak with the Capital Gazette Editorial Board on Thursday, February 8 about plans for a new accessible boating center on Back Creek.)

CRAB meets with Capital Gazette Editorial Board to discuss plans for a new accessible boating center on Back Creek.

Making boating more accessible Local organization seeks to develop adaptive boating center in Annapolis By Bill Wagner Paul Bollinger makes a compelling case Annapolis needs a boating center that’s accessible for people with disabilities. Bollinger, executive director of Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating, presented his plan for an adaptive boating center during a meeting with The […]


Ribbon Cutting of New Beneteau F22A’s

CRAB celebrated its new fleet of six brand new Beneteau First 22A’s (A for adaptive) with a ribbon cutting at the US Sailboat Show. Pictured L-R in the boat are Brad LaTour, CRAB President; George Armendariz, CEO Beneteau Americas; State Senator John Astle; and, Tim Wilbricht, President Annapolis Yacht Sales. Standing on the dock are […]


CRAB Kids Camp Makes USA Today

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 […]


Kids Camps Great Success

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 […]