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Dinghy Caroling 2015

On a chilly winter night, as they do every year, Gangplank slipholders boarded their dinghies, kayaks, and SUPs, to spread Holiday cheer to all the liveaboard boaters. This year there were over 15 slipholders participating in Dinghy Caroling on the night of December 16th. Songs included “Jingle Bell Rock”, “Silent Night”, “Holly Jolly Christmas”, and more! View the full Flickr album here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/gpsadc/albums/72157662635500756

POWYC/CYC Annual Chili Cookoff

Many Gankplankers attended the POWYC/CYC Annual Chili Cookoff. GPSA President Kathy Heet and board member Jason Kopp won 1st place (judge’s choice) with their chorizo chili and new Gangplank D-dockers Elizabeth and Patrick won 1st place (people’s choice) with their amazing chili.

Return of the “Peggie”

The Peg Leg Award (AKA “Peggie”) was created in 2012 to recognize deeds that form the foundation of our community. The award is given in recognition of being a good neighbor. Why a peg leg? Because we live on boats! And because we think that a good neighbor often provides support beyond what we are capable of doing alone. The Peggie highlights the strong sense of community that makes living… Read More »Return of the “Peggie”

Ugly Sweater Run 2015

Ugly Sweater Run DC – December 12th, 2015 – 9:00am – National Harbor. Join the Gangplank team! Message us to add your name to the list. Photo credit: http://theuglysweaterrun.com

GPSA Parade of Lights Decorating Party

GPSA Parade of Lights Decorating Party on December 3rd! https://www.facebook.com/events/525085337656434/ GPSA is hosting a decorating party during Happy Hour on Thursday, December 3rd. This isn’t to take away from HH, but to encourage participants to stop over. The goal is to get as many boats decorated as possible for the 2015 Parade of Lights on December 5th. We will be providing pizza, mulled wine, music, and good company. So, if… Read More »GPSA Parade of Lights Decorating Party

Patrick’s Farewell

Gangplankers saying goodbye to security guard Patrick Slaughter as he leaves for new opportunities in sunny Florida. He will most definitely be missed!

Gangplank Marina Documentary

You may have noticed a few camera crews walking around during the Boat-Home Tour. One of them was The Atlantic and they put together a short documentary of our wonderful community.  Watch it here: http://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/415470/how-to-afford-waterfront-property-buy-a-houseboat