The Boating Season And Seasonal Boating. Photography And Text By Keith R Wahl

December 06, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Autumn Greenwich Bay View From Potowomut

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Autumn Greenwich Bay View From Potowomut  20211121 850_3310Autumn Greenwich Bay View From PotowomutThe view from Potowomut and to the west into Greenwich Bay on a Fall day

Clouds And Subtle Light On Greenwich Bay 

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Potowomut  Fall In The Boating World

Clouds And Subtle Light On Greenwich Bay 20211121 850_3337Clouds And Subtle Light On Greenwich Bay Clouds and subtle Autumnal light on Greenwich Bay

There are a few types of boaters in New England. When I was in the marine insurance business, we knew that endorsement season was coming. That is the season where certain boaters extend the boating season. Why? Because the weather said that it should be.

There is the type that puts the boat in around Memorial Day and pulls it out again around Labor Day. There are those who press the insurance policy navigation period. That is usually April 15th to October 15th (sometimes the 31st). Then there are those who call in to extend the navigation period a little further. And a little beyond that if they can eke it out.

Looking up into Greenwich Bay in the Autumn, we understand these boaters. The ones who want to extend the season as long as possible. Because this is what they see, unencumbered by excess marine traffic. Wonderful.

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