Baltimore Inner Harbor

Reef Chief

Reef Chief

The 120-foot motor yacht Reef Chief is a beautifully designed luxury vessel that I have been seeing in Baltimore's inner harbor for many years. I have also noticed that it is away from its usual berth in Baltimore for long periods of time and wondered if it spent winter months in the tropics or sailing the high seas to other global locations.

Seven Foot Knoll Light

Seven Foot Knoll Light

Built in 1855, the Seven Foot Knoll Light once occupied a spot at the mouth of the Patapsco River where it meets the mighty Chesapeake Bay. Like most 19th century lighthouses, it was manned by keepers over the years...

Harborview Condominiums Baltimore

Harborview Condominiums Baltimore

At 29 floors and 342 feet in height, the HarborView Condominium strikes and imposing stance along the waterfront of the Baltimore Harbor. This Harborview Condominium is part of a planned community that also includes waterfront Pier Homes, townhouses and...

Baltimore Inner Harbor

Baltimore Inner Harbor

The Baltimore Harbor has been a historic seaport since the early 1700s when it was used as a point of entry for the tobacco trade. In 1729 the Carroll Family made available the tract of land now known as the Baltimore Inner Harbor, naming it Baltimore Town, in honor of the 2nd Baron of Baltimore, Cecil Calvert