Boating enthusiast Darrell Grob parses out humorous (hopefully) insights and observations about the 2014 cruising season along with his wife, Lisa, on board their good ship Why Knot. They started in Myrtle Beach, headed north through Chesapeake Bay, spent a week in Philadelphia, repelled a little old Asian woman pirate in Baltimore, headed back down the bay, and battled crazy conditions all the way back down to Florida. With an eye out for the more unusual aspects of their journey (and with his tongue firmly lodged in his cheek) he describes many of the things about boating that only he is brave enough to expose. Things like the inside scoop on marina carts, living in a boat hanging in mid-air, not wearing suede, attending a boat show, and what exactly is the deal with Miss Crustacean.
Cruising Outside the Channel is more than sloppy navigation, it's a way of seeing the fun and funny nuances of the entire experience and sharing them with others.