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2022 Cutts & Case – Oxford, MD

                                                                                                                February 13, 2022 Members of the Maryland Maritime Heritage Foundation were the guests of Ronnie Cutts of the Cutts and Case Shipyard in Oxford, Maryland, on February 12, 2022.  There’s just something about old boats, and when you put them together with both new and old friends on a beautiful …

Letter from the President – 2022

                                                                                                      December 24, 2021 A letter from the President of MMHF, I’m so looking forward to returning back to normal. As you know I’ve been sick for the past eight months, and thanks to the outstanding care I received at UMMC, I’m pleased to announce I’m ready to get back to …

The John D

The cover is off and we are ready to begin work on the “John D” at the Firehouse. She is a classic launch with a very storied history. Year of construction: 1981 LOA: 21′ Beam: 7′ 6″ Draft: 2′ Design: Launch Propulsion: 30hp Atomic 4 Original owners: Sir Bernard Ashley …

Mr Mahogany

Talented restorationists like Ebby DuPont nurture tired old wooden boats back to their head-turning original glory. Wooden boats have an organic appeal. But beneath the gleam resides all the toil, effort that can be counted in sheets of sandpaper, brush strokes toward perfection, and time spent rounding up dust. The …