ST. MICHAELS — The Arts at Navy Point will continue Sunday, June 16, with more than 50 vendors representing a wide variety of maritime art and crafts for those who love boats and surrounding themselves with maritime atmosphere.

It’s all part of the 32nd annual Antique & Classic Boat Festival at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum that traditionally is part of Father’s Day weekend.

There’s photography, carvings, basketweaving, ship model making, blown glass, quilted fabric, drawing, paintings and more.

Interspersed among the artists and artisans are maritime professionals who can do everything from upholster your boat to engine maintenance.

Many are selling items that come in handy on boats — hard-to-find boat parts, ships’ lanterns, knitted caps, quilts that turn into pillows and more.

There also is a smattering of antique sellers that have a uniquely maritime set of wares.

The show continues from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday with regular admission. For information, visit

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