By day, Kristen Greenaway is at the helm of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum as the institution’s first female president. However, her connection to the water runs much deeper. In this talk, Greenaway will share stories of her many adventures on boats propelled by sail, power, and paddle, from living aboard a 32-foot wooden yacht as a child, to sailing with an all-woman crew in the inaugural two-month Auckland-Fukuoka (Japan) Yacht Race, to competing in the annual 300-mile WaterTribe Everglades Challenge. Her experiences are varied, and she is quite the storyteller. This lecture is part of CBMM's Fall Speaker Series, with additional lectures on Oct. 10, Oct. 16, Oct. 23, and Nov. 13.