Monthly Archive: July 2017

5 Tips for Boating in Rough Water

5 Tips for Boating in Rough Water Boaters love sunny skies and calm seas. But do enough boating and you’ll eventually find yourself out in rough conditions. Here are a few things to keep in mind for when conditions turn ugly. Fuel up. Rough seas will slow your progress and can quickly drain your gas […]


ROSBOROUGH BLOG: Island Time by Capt. John Page Williams Island Time lives on the Chesapeake Bay’s Bodkin Creek, just south of Baltimore, Maryland.  She’s a Rosborough RF-246 built in 2005 and powered by a Yamaha 115-hp four-stroke with a 9.9 kicker, both mounted on a bracket.  Her people are Ed and Roberta (“Robbie”) Sabin, both […]

Boat Camping Tips

Boat Camping Tips Using your boat for a camping trip opens up a whole new world of outdoor adventure. You can boat to your campsite – often remote and inaccessible to non-boaters – and sleep on a beach under the stars while listening to the soothing sound of the water.   Boat camping is enjoyable […]