It's called The Boat House and it is the place for serious wooden boat owners and collectors. Check out what's happening at our boat shop by going to Boat Shop Log, Photo Gallery and Boatworks Events. At Hall's Boat Corporation, we believe it is essential to match the right boat with the right owner.
The Lodging’s at Hall's Boat Corporation offers discriminating boaters the ideal Lake George vacation package that includes three distinctive classic Adirondack-style lake houses, full membership privileges at Hall's Boating Club during your stay and use of a boat slip up to 23 ft (fees do apply).
From a full-service marina with all the standard services you'd expect—plus a few extras you might not expect, such as concierge service to prepare your boat for excursions, to charming Adirondack-style lodging accommodations, Hall's Boating Club offers an unparalleled experience for our members. On Saturday, September 8, Hall's hosted Dick Sherwood who made an excellent presentation on his well-researched history of the 126 foot Steam Yacht, Cangarda. Thirty-plus people were present to see and hear Cangarda's very interesting history as a luxury yacht out of Toronto, a training vessel during WWII, and a live-aboard on the port of Rochester, NY. Watch this page for information about workshops, lectures, demonstrations, guest speakers, presentations, and more. WHY GO: Remember the reception scene from the Wedding Crashers where the boat glides by and you wonder how there could be a real place so fantastically picturesque? Back in the 1600’s, when Pocahontas was saving John Smith’s life (or not: sorry, Disney fans, historians highly doubt Smith’s account), Chesapeake Bay oysters were as large as forearms. Continuing on with the shellfish theme, visit the Small Boat Shed and Maryland Crabmeat Company building, where you’ll find a re-created interior of a crab picking plant and a collection of fisheries’ boats. The museum maintains the 1879 Hooper Straight Lighthouse, and visitors can wander through homey rooms and upstairs to the lens. Though the Working Boatyard runs a one year Professional Apprentice program, visitors can sign up to learn the rudiments of boat building in a short one-day class.


The Bay History Museum is a fount of information about the Drowned River, an alternate name for the Chesapeake, because, as the original river filled with tidal water, it spread to create the wide, shallow body of water it is today, with troughs in the center over 150 feet deep. The grassroots effort to save the Boat Shop resulted in its reuse: a building where the craft of wooden boat building and repair could be shared with the public. Nested in the "picturesque" website of Hall's Boat Corporation, The Boat House is a place to indulge in your love for wooden boats.
Our experts can work with you to find a boat that suits the way you will use it—from the water you'll be on, to the number of passengers you'll carry, to the activities you'll do with and in it, to how you will board it, and more. It was filmed in St Michaels MD, a Chesapeake Bay yachting town known for its superior Maritime Museum, charming main street shops, and yes, THAT VIEW. In the 18th into the 19th Century, “Bugeyes” – easy-to-sail dredge boats – dominated the bay. Cans of oysters, cheap and readily available, were a staple of both Union and Confederate mess supplies, so after returning home, no matter how far from the sea, soldiers had developed a taste for the slimy shellfish.
Enter the Oystering on the Chesapeake building, and you can board a mock-up of an oyster boat that, though clever audio and video, gives you a good idea of what it felt (and still feels) like onboard.
Unique to the Chesapeake Bay, the Screw Pile Lighthouse seems positively alien to someone used to the Saltshakers of New England. Whether you choose to build a boat or not, it’s fun to climb the stairs to an observation gallery and watch the action taking place below.
The best thing is, you can stay where that comedy was filmed – it’s a luxury inn right next door to the museum and a block from town. Oyster Bar Restaurants popped up all over the country and were so in vogue in the 1880’s, there were 200 in New York City alone. As technology improved from tongs to automatic dredgers, it allowed for the gleaning of oysters from ever-deeper depths.


The muddy bottom of the Chesapeake presented a challenge to lighthouse builders: traditional structures tended to topple. Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn met their lady-loves right on the back lawn of this sprawling impressive, luxury inn compound, in the movie Wedding Crashers. In fact, the very Maritime Museum itself was built atop oyster shells, as this was the site of an oyster canning plant.
Black and white men toiled together as Maryland was home to the largest number of free slaves, even before the Civil War.
Among exhibits that cover the oyster industry from harvesting to canning is one of the most unique displays: cans upon cans of oysters – with different labels representing dozens of companies – stacked ceiling high. So engineers came up with a way to literally “Screw” eight iron legs deep into the mud, with a platform on top to support a cottage topped by a light. At Chesapeake Landing (for steamed crabs), at 208 Talbot (for great upscale Bay Cuisine; crab cakes), at Ava’s Pizza (for designer Brick Oven Pizza), and Carpenter’s Pub (decent grub and “best Bloody Mary on the Eastern Shore”). Rooms in pale colors, traditional colonial furniture with high-end bedding, are lovely, and service is friendly, low-key and on the mark. Through a myriad of buildings on 18 acres, programs and demonstrations, it does an excellent job immersing visitors in the Chesapeake’s boating and fishing history and culture.



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