Photos by William Baxter
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South bound on the S. Branch of the Elizabeth R. ICW.
The GRAND SLAM making her up the ICW. With powerful power plants, I do not believe I have seen a boat with as much spray and displacement of water as this one.
1 of 2 on the ICW in Chesapeake, VA
2 of 2 on the ICW, Chesapeake, VA
1 of 2 Built by Tung Hwa Industrial Co. Ltd 2002. 75 L X 21.4 beam. Hails out of Ocean Beach, FL. Photo ICW in Chesapeake, VA.
She is seen here on the Hatteras Inlet on the Hatteras-Ocracoke run. One of the newer and larger ferries.
The HATTERAS is part of the North Carolina Dept. of Transportation RORO ferry fleet mainly serving on the Hatteras Island-Ocracoke Island run. Pictured here in route to Ocracoke Island, NC
At time of this photo the SWAN QUARTER was a new build for the North Carolina Dept. of Transportation for the Swan Quarter-Ocracoke-Cedar Island run on the Pamlico Sound. She would be followed by another new build the SEA LEVEL The SWAN QUARTER was built as a replacement vessel for the 51year old PAMLICO which was sold to the Cross Sound Ferry in the Winter of 2016, she was renamed the JENNIFER C by the Cross Sound Ferry. The SWAN QUARTER is pictured here in route to Swan Quarter.
The 2001 built NICOLE EVELYN heads for warmer waters on the AICW. Note the seven trumpets on her upper bridge.
The 2001 built NICOLE EVELYN in route to the Great Bridge Lock on the AICW.
Built in 2005 by Grand Banks Yacht, she heads south on the AICW for warmer waters.
On the AICW headed somewhere south.
A 2001 built Fleming motoryacht headed down the AICW.
She is headed down the AICW, in Chesapeake, VA.
Headed south on the AICW, 2 miles from the Great Bridge Locks.
Vessel headed south down the AICW.
A bow shot of the Coastal Trader as she approaches on the AICW.
Intercoastal Marine pusher COASTAL TRADER makes her way down the AICW. A little different looking, not sure I would want to be onboard in heavy seas.
Second photo of the SEA PAWS, headed south for the winter on the AICW.
One of two photos of the SEA PAWS headed down the AICW.
The DAMANTE is a Global Arrow design by Global Yachts built in 2007. Her registered length is 20.9 Meters. She is making her way for the Great Bridge Lock on the AICW 2 miles away.
The DIAMANTE heads down the AICW.
PRINCE OF TIDES makes her way down the AICW in Chesapeake, VA. Photo is 1 of 2 this date.
This photo is 2 of 2 taken of her at different angles as she heads down the AICW in route to the Great Bridge Lock, 2 miles away.
Another shot, 2 of 2, of the SYMPOSIA as she passes headed down the AICW. Reference photo one for a little info.
The SYMPOSIA went through a refit in 2016. She was built in 1999 by Sovereign Yachts and is capable of 22 knots. In this photo she is making her way down the AICW. This is 1 of 2 photos this date.
Photo 1 of 2 this date of the SASSY a Hargrave Custom Built motor yacht. Where is her sideboard name She headed down the AICW.
This photo is 2 of 2 for this date. Sassy was built by Hargrave Custom Yachts. Hargrave seems to have built a couple of more SASSYs which this particular vessel this does not show up anywhere. She is headed down the AICW.
Photo 1 of 2 this date as moves south to warmer waters. Built by Sabre Yachts in 2012 she measures 47.3 registered length.
Photo 2 of 2 this date of the BIG PEBBLE as she makes her down the AICW.
Photo 1 of 3 is a bow shot of the MOON RIVER headed south on the AICW. She was built by Johnson Yachts Co. Ltd in 2005. She has a registered length of 74.2.
Photo 2 of 3 is in a fleet of Snow birds headed south for the winter on the AICW.
Photo 3 of 3, she is headed down the AICW just above the Great Bridge Locks.
Currently charter yacht built by Hakvoort at the Monnickendam Shipyard in1986. She went through a refit in 2014 and measures 133.5137 sources conflict LOA. She is capable of 16 knots, seen here headed down the AICW in Chesapeake, VA.
The MYEERAH was built by Ferretti Shipyard in 2000. LOA of 90.627.4M and is capable of 15 knots. She is one of numerous vessels passing this day down the AICW.
Headed down the AICW In Chesapeake, VA.
Built by FC Yachts Limited in 2003, registered length 77.823.7 M. Seen here headed down the AICW in Chesapeake, VA.
Another shot of the STELLAR heading down the AICW making preparation to enter the Great Bridge Lock.
Heading down the AICW in Chesapeake, VA.
A Nordhavn motor yacht on the AICW In route to the Great Bridge Lock.