Coast Guard cleared shipping channel in Chesapeake of adrift sailboat before nightfall

Boating Breaking News Sea Rescues U.S. Coast Guard

A 42-foot sailing vessel gets towed through the waters of the Chesapeake Bay to Cape Charles Harbor by a 45-foot Response Boat-Medium from Coast Guard Station Cape Charles, Virginia, June 16, 2019. The sailing vessel was previously adrift and disabled in the Chesapeake Bay shipping channel, which is part of our country’s Marine Transportation System that brings in $4.6 trillion of economic activity each year. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Seaman Kyle Chadwick)

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Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel under the Chesapeake Bay shipping channel. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo.
Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo.
THE-CHESAPEAKE-Buyboats-Ships-Steamed-Crabs. A 120-year-old Chesapeake Bay Oyster Buyboat coming into Cape Charles harbor with a ship anchored in the distance waiting to enter the port of Hampton Roads. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo. Available in Kindle, paperback and Audible at Amazon.
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