Mary Lee, a 3,456 pound great white shark, was spotted off the coast of Maryland this week. Read More →
Hot House: 103 Rodney Street, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
Cape Cod-style beach cottage, circa 1950, wood frame with vinyl siding and wood shingle roof, extensively renovated in 2005. About 1,500 sq. ft over two stories. Also has two-story detached guest cottage (no photo) with 2 bedrooms, for a total of 7 bedrooms, 6.5 baths. Main house has 2 first floor bedrooms, gourmet kitchen, family room with fireplace, living room, reading room. Three upstairs bedrooms, each with own bath. Outdoor shower. Heat and central A/C, .11 acre landscaped lot: $1,950,000 Read More →
A hidden jewel just thirty minutes from Baltimore, Gibson Island is situated on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the Magothy River and within close proximity to Annapolis, Washington, and BWI Airport. Read More →
8 Shore Dr, Bethany Beach, Delaware 19930
Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4.5
Enjoy the spectacular water views from every floor in this unique contemporary home in South Shore! Plenty of room to entertain with over 5000 SF of heated space and multiple decks for outside living. Community pool and marina with available slips for lease or purchase. Come see it today!
6 Bedrooms, 6.5 Baths
Sun filled newly furnished & remodeled home on a corner lot one off the Ocean in a prestigious gated community. Expansive parking & 6 en-suite bedrooms.With Ocean views, dramatic great room & sundeck, this home is perfect for entertaining at the beach.
Sure, sharks are scary. But at least you can see one when it’s coming for you. Bacteria? Not so much. And five cases of infection caused by the very ominous sounding flesh-eating bacteria have been found in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries so far this year.
(Just a quick warning to anyone squeamish out there: do NOT google image search flesh-eating bacteria if you’re reading this over breakfast.)
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Meet Septima. She’s a 13-foot-long, half-ton tiger shark, and she recently took a vacation to Ocean City.
We know this because Ocearch, the global shark tracker, put a tracking tag on her back in May when she was hanging out in South Carolina. Since then, she’s traveled more than 3,000 miles up and down the East Coast — including her recent Ocean City jaunt.
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