The Delmarva Peninsula, bounded by Chesapeake and Delaware Bays and the Atlantic Ocean, is a unique region, often overlooked by the boating public.
The famous resorts of Ocean City and Rehoboth to the north are balanced by unspoiled beaches and fishing villages to the south, remarkably unchanged by the passage of time.
Circumnavigating the Delmarva Peninsula is often accomplished as a test of speed and endurance. Howard "Bud" Schindler took the time to experience the very essence of the region.
Sailing solo on his 22-foot Sailmaster, Sherry D, he explored the many nooks and crannies of the bays and tributaries, and voyaged through the marshes behind the barrier islands along the Atlantic cost, where sailboats rarely venture.
Full of colorful characters, written straight from the heart, Bud Schindler's Between Two Bays and the Sea comes alive with the fascinating experience of the voyage, the people, and the places he visited.