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Hello and welcome to My Buzzards Bay.

First of all, let me suggest that you sign-up for email updates of new posts.  The little widget you use for signing up is located to the right of this post if you’re on a PC or find it on the drop menu if you’re on a phone or tablet.

I created My Buzzards Bay in early 2017 when we launched our second Back Cove – Vigilant (a 41 – hull #45).

At first I was thinking this would simply be a permanent and searchable version of the posts I’d been putting on Facebook and Yelp for years.

Now, three years and over 30,000 visitors later, I realize it’s much more than that.

…We help small boat owners on Buzzards Bay find safe and easy Day Trip destinations for Dock and Dine or Gunkholes.

…We help people with boats that are big enough to sleep on find the best marinas at the best destinations.

…We “Pay It Forward” to all the great musicians who perform along the South Coast by producing videos of their live musical performances.

…We help everyone – Day Trippers, Cruisers, and even Landlubbers, find the best Seaside Eateries through our restaurant reviews.

…We chronicle our adventures for everyone to share and reminiscence over through our Ships Log and MBB Videos.

…We help people figure out what boat to buy or gear to add as we learn more along the way.

But I think the most important contribution on this site is to provide folks with boats an endless supply of ideas about fun things to to do with your boat. Face it, owning a boat is expensive and what’s the point of having one if you don’t use it and use it often?

That’s what we do virtually every week from May thru October. And every trip, experience, and fun things to do on your boat are here for free. By the way, this is a totally non-profit and ad-free site.

I hope you find this useful in your travels or a least interesting reading.

If you have any questions, suggestions, or corrections, please let me know at davidjameshorne@gmail.com. And don’t forget to go the home page and sign up for automatic post emails!

Dave Horne

Categories: Welcome!

2 replies »

  1. We travel the same waters in our Back Cove 30 “Blue Heron.” We have a lot to catch up on with your previous blogs and look forward to your updates. George & Elizabeth DeFalco


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