No Maryland artist captures what it means to live by and for the sea quite like Marc Castelli. Castelli’s work is not your run-of-the-mill coastal art. While Castelli does tackle coastal landscapes with grace and mastery, his work depicting working life at sea is where he shines.
As much of the country battles the latest polar vortex brought on by a blast of Arctic air, it’s easy to daydream about summer’s inevitable arrival. Maryland’s sprawling, peaceful Chesapeake Bay is, of course, best known for its many marinas and sailing communities. Thus, the Osprey Point team would like to shine a light on three Maryland sailing charters, all of which are located right here in Rock Hall, the “Pearl of the Chesapeake.”
There’s still plenty of time to book a long-overdue aquatic escape to sunny Rock Hall, Maryland, home to the elegant, colonial-style Osprey Point, a Chesapeake Bay crown jewel. Osprey Point wears many hats. It’s a heavenly romantic getaway, a bustling marina, a tear-jerking wedding destination, and a gourmet restaurant. Rock Hall itself, known as the “Pearl of the Chesapeake,” is home to several idyllic marinas. Many of the finest Chesapeake Bay marinas are within steps of our bayside inn.