Photos by William Baxter
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A charter yacht built by Cheoy Lee in 2008. She is 100 footer with a total of 2800 HP and cruise at 21 knots. In this photo, she making her to the Great Bridge Lock on the AICW.
This is a 90 footer build by Horizon of Taiwan. Seen here on the AICW in Chesapeake, VA.
A Trumpy Houseboat built in 1954 with a length of 67.5. Picture on the AICW in Chesapeake, VA.
A Trumpy motor yacht built as hull 380 by John Trumpy and Sons in 1958 for John Trumpy as his personal yacht. She is 71.5 in length and was formerly known as the LITCHFIELD LADY. She has had numerous names during her life. A well kept yacht for 61 years old.
The JANE E out of Jupiter, FL rates as one of my top ten of damaging wake makers passing through this area. With large breakers crashing into my 150 soft wave break, my docked 67 footer was taking up 25 to 30 degree rolls throwing stuff around inside. If a line had broke, my vessel would have sustained major damage. The captain does not seem to know the lock hours. He has up to 50 minutes to go two miles. The lock will not be open to south bound traffic for another 30 minutes from this ve
The SEA FOX is southbound on the AICW two miles from the Great Bridge Lock.
Excursion Vessel, seen on the AICW in Chesapeake, VA.
LunchDinner Excursion vessel traveling South on the AICW just North the of the Great Bridge Lock.
A 112 footer built by Westport in 2003, makes her way South on the AICW in Chesapeake, VA.
A 97 footer built by Hargrave in 2005, makes her way South on the AICW in Chesapeake, VA.
A 95 footer built by President in 2001, makes her way South on the AICW in Chesapeake, VA.
Vessel pictured on the AICW in Chesapeake, Va in route to the Great Bridge Lock.
Built by Outer Reef Yachts in 2018, 86 LOA. In this picture she is making her way down the AICW to the Great Bridge Lock.
In this picture the RANGER is pushing a scrap metal barge down the AICW in Chesapeake, VA to the Nucor Steel Plant on the Chowan River near Winton, North Carolina.
The JUSTIN is part of Skiffs Creek Towing inc based out of Yorktown, VA.Built in 1981 by Cenac Shipyard. She is powered by 1160 HP and her length is 73.8. Pictured on the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway.
North bound on the AICW heading into a developing fog bank.
The 1929 built OLYMPUS makes her to the Great Bridge Lock on the AICW.
Southbound on the AICW, 2 miles from the Great Bridge Lock.
Vessel headed south on the AICW, preparing to enter the Great Bridge Lock, 2 miles ahead.
The ALEXANDER DUFF is sporting new colors. Pictured on the AICW.
After spending three 3 months at Lyons Shipyard in Norfolk, VA the ferry SEA LEVEL is seen on the AICW making her return trip to Manns Harbor, NC. The 220 ferry operates between Swan Quarter, Ocracoke Island Cedar Island. She is the newest of the Sound Class Ferries on that run for the NCDOT.
A Burger motor yacht build in 1975, pictured here just above the Great Bridge Lock on the AICW.
Pictured just north of the Great Bridge lock on the ICW.
On the ICW heading South to the Great Bridge Locks.
Photo on the ICW in Chesapeake, VA headed for the Great Bridge Lock.
In this picture she is headed up the AICW in Chesapeake, VA to Lyons Shipyard in Norfolk, VA. She is the newest of the Sound Class ferries, built in 2012 for the North Carolina Dept of Transportation and serves Swan Quarter, Ocracoke Island Cedar Island. She will be missed on that route as this is peak tourist season.
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.