The Dee of St. Mary’s is a sailing skipjack used in the museum’s Chesapeake Bay Field Lab programs. All sails depart from the CMM dock, weather permitting.
2021 Public Sails on the Dee of St. Mary's
The museum offers 2-hour public sails aboard the historic vessel Dee of St. Mary’s. This is a great way to experience the Patuxent River aboard an iconic Chesapeake Bay Skipjack. Guests will have an opportunity to help raise and lower the sail.
Current capacity is 20 people. When registering, the number of tickets you are able to purchase reflects the spaces available. For example, if 3 tickets are the most you can purchase, then only 3 spaces remain.
Support the Dee The Dee of St. Mary's is supported through business sponsorships and private donations. As one of the very few skipjacks ever built on the Western Shore, and one of only a handful of surviving skipjacks certified to carry passengers, we need your help keeping her afloat. Become a plank owner to help with the ongoing maintenance of this iconic Chesapeake work dredge.
Want to be part of the crew?
Interested in becoming part of the Dee of St. Mary's crew?Click here to email Mindy Quinn.