Our recent charter cruise aboard the Old Glory was one that my family and I will never forget. It was the kind of day where everything goes just right, with a minimum of fuss, the kind of day that leaves a lasting impression for how remarkably fun it was.
Named after Nathaniel Bowditch, who was responsible for the perfection of celestial navigation that is still utilized to this day. It had little utilization, other than being used for spoil piles, which is the material that is removed (dredged) from the sea floor in order to make navigable channels for vessel use. This use led to it having the highest land elevation point on the island, 22 feet above sea level.