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Annapolis comes alive in the summertime, when the Chesapeake Bay is warm enough to swim in and crabs are hauled in on a daily basis. Outside of historical tours, most of the activities throughout the city are water-dependent, whether you’re into boating or crab feasts. On any given day throughout the summer, the Chesapeake Bay and the Severn and Magothy Rivers are teeming with sailboats and yachts. Sailors flock to the city to watch 150 crews compete in Wednesday Night Races at the Annapolis Yacht Club, and parents can send their children to any number of sailing schools in the area. The weather is warm, usually in the 80s or 90s, making Annapolis a great summer destination.