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After their charter operation with Woodwind proved a success the operators returned to Scarano Boat Building five years later for a second vessel, Woodwind II.  Besides being a fast sailor, her greatest claim to fame is probably her appearance in the movie Wedding Crashers when father of the bride Christopher Walken takes her out for a sail.

LOA :  84 feet (26 meters) Type :  two masted schooner Year launched : 1998 Certification :  USCG certified for 49 passengers Current location :  Woodwind II is operated on Chesapeake Bay with her sister ship Woodwind by  Schooner Woodwind Cruises.

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VIDEO: Wedding Crashers-Themed Sails on Schooner Woodwind

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If you live on the Chesapeake Bay and you’ve seen the Owen Wilson/Vince Vaughn comedy Wedding Crashers , you know the local landmarks used in its filming. Much of the scenery was captured in Easton, and the Inn at Perry Cabin in St. Michaels stands in for a fancy family estate.

Then, of course, there’s the Woodwind II , the Annapolis-based cruising sailboat with a starring role. For the film’s 15th anniversary, Schooner Woodwind Sailing Cruises is holding a special “Wedding Crashers Week” of sails. Cheryl Costello steps aboard for the inspired behind-the-scenes theme week. Watch below:

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Captain Jennifer Kaye, center, drove the boat in a hidden...

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Captain Jennifer Kaye, center, drove the boat in a hidden position below the camera's view while they filmed scenes. It's been 15 years since the schooner Woodwind II played a role in the movie "Wedding Crashers" and they celebrated the anniversary with a "Wedding Crashers" Wednesday sail.

Captain Jennifer Kaye steers the boat. It's been 15 years...

Captain Jennifer Kaye steers the boat. It's been 15 years since the schooner Woodwind II played a role in the movie "Wedding Crashers" and they celebrated the anniversary with a "Wedding Crashers" Wednesday sail.

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The Schooner Woodwind II is an attention-grabbing vessel that soars through the Chesapeake Bay, powered by four enormous sails stretching a combined 1,800 square feet in length. Dobkin, like many guests who have climbed abroad the cruise boat, fell in love with it, revealing his true intentions.

He was making a movie. And for three minutes of it, Schooner Woodwind II would be a star.

Dobkin’s “Wedding Crashers” was released on July 15, 2005. Based in Washington, D.C., and Maryland, the movie was an absolute hit at the box office, breaking records as the first R-rated comedy to gross $200 million domestically. It quickly became a classic.

Brett Merritt flew in from Mendota, Illinois, on Tuesday for the sole purpose of traveling abroad the Woodwind for its celebration of the film’s 15th anniversary. He’s visited all the movie’s film locations, including Easton and St. Michael’s, with the exception of Pasadena, California, where the final wedding scene was shot.

Merritt is a movie site hobbyist and huge Vince Vaughn fan. After being cooped up for months in quarantine, Merritt decided to get away to see the Woodwind, along with the creepy stairs from “The Exorcist” and the Georgetown apartments Owen Wilson’s and Vaughn’s characters lived in.

“I just think it’s really cool to see something in person that millions of people have watched on TV,” Merritt said. Growing up vacationing in Ocean City, Maryland, has always had a special place in his heart, furthering his love for “Wedding Crashers,” an “Animal House”-esque comedy.

The plot goes like this: two bachelor best friends weasel their way into weddings to pick up women but end up falling in love with the daughters of a powerful politician.

There are “rules” to crashing weddings that are repeated throughout the film, most importantly don’t leave your buddy, or “fellow crasher” behind. Wilson and Vaughn play John Beckwith and Jeremy Grey, friends and divorce attorneys who grow in their friendship as their romantic relationships mature.

Along with a memorable cameo by Will Ferrell, Dobkin cast a young Rachel McAdams and Bradley Cooper for supporting roles early in their careers. McAdams is Claire, Wilson’s love interest and the daughter of Treasury Secretary Cleary, starring Christopher Walken. Cooper plays the role of “Sack Lodge” — the intense, pastel-color, polo-wearing fiance of McAdams — with expert hilarity.

The movie has a plethora of quotable lines and was aired religiously on weekend cable TV, turning comedy quirks into cult rituals.

Although the majority of the movie takes place in St. Michael’s, the Schooner Woodwind II made it a celebration of Annapolis, too.

In the movie, it’s Walken’s personal sailboat that Wilson is clueless to crew. During filming, Captain Jennifer Kaye, the real owner of the sailboat, laid on her back vertically from a large steering wheel with Walken at its helm. She placed a compass on her chest and steered the boat from the ground so Walken wouldn’t get distracted and mess up his lines.

The Woodwind is on full display in a scene that lasts three minutes and took four days to shoot, including aerial shots from a helicopter. As the movie’s 15th anniversary was approaching, it was a milestone Kaye’s family-run cruise company couldn’t afford to pass up.

In its 28 years of existence, Kaye’s sailboat cruise company — like all seasonal businesses hit especially hard by the coronavirus shutdown — has never faced a financial loss similar to the one the pandemic caused. During a normal season, around 60% of profits come from public tickets purchased by tourists and locals while the other 40% are private, corporate events that have plummeted this year.

Sails aboard the Schooner Woodwind II are typically packed with up to 48 people for an entertaining cruise, whether that’s guests sitting “cheek to cheek” getting to know one another, enjoying a beer tasting, listening to historical tours or even hearing live music on the boat, Kaye said.

But the pandemic resulted in a late start to the cruise season that opened with one restriction — customers must social distance.

“We saw the writing on the wall about being 6 feet apart,” Kaye said. So, she designed a layout to fit 22 guests in six designated “zones” on the boat for cruises that run four times a day, seven days a week.

Kaye looks to be creative with themed events to attract guests, including getting people together around a commonly enjoyed movie. Will Hart, who was supposed to be on a family vacation in Nashville on Wednesday, if not for the coronavirus, was in town on a short stay to visit friends in Annapolis. In a zone for four people, Hart said he was enjoying a relaxing day on the water.

At the front of the sailboat in a zone for two, state Sen. Stephen Hershey, an Eastern Shore Republican, drank a “Wedding Crashers”-themed IPA called “Crab Cakes and Football” by Devil’s Backbone Brewing Company. Hershey declined to comment about his trip.

As the wind guided the boat’s massive sails along the Chesapeake Bay, Wednesday’s cruise was a nice reminder of life’s pleasures during a time when common summer activities like crab feasts and oyster bars are enjoyed not in close company, but removed at a distance.

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The Schooner Woodwind II is an attention-grabbing vessel that soars through the Chesapeake Bay, powered by four enormous sails stretching a combined 1,800 square feet in length. Dobkin, like many guests who have climbed abroad the cruise boat, fell in love with it, revealing his true intentions.

He was making a movie. And for three minutes of it, Schooner Woodwind II would be a star.

Dobkin’s “Wedding Crashers” was released on July 15, 2005. Based in Washington, D.C., and Maryland, the movie was an absolute hit at the box office, breaking records as the first R-rated comedy to gross $200 million domestically. It quickly became a classic.

Brett Merritt flew in from Mendota, Illinois, on Tuesday for the sole purpose of traveling abroad the Woodwind for its celebration of the film’s 15th anniversary. He’s visited all the movie’s film locations, including Easton and St. Michael’s, with the exception of Pasadena, California, where the final wedding scene was shot.

Merritt is a movie site hobbyist and huge Vince Vaughn fan. After being cooped up for months in quarantine, Merritt decided to get away to see the Woodwind, along with the creepy stairs from “The Exorcist” and the Georgetown apartments Owen Wilson’s and Vaughn’s characters lived in.

“I just think it’s really cool to see something in person that millions of people have watched on TV,” Merritt said. Growing up vacationing in Ocean City, Maryland, has always had a special place in his heart, furthering his love for “Wedding Crashers,” an “Animal House”-esque comedy.

The plot goes like this: two bachelor best friends weasel their way into weddings to pick up women but end up falling in love with the daughters of a powerful politician.

There are “rules” to crashing weddings that are repeated throughout the film, most importantly don’t leave your buddy, or “fellow crasher” behind. Wilson and Vaughn play John Beckwith and Jeremy Grey, friends and divorce attorneys who grow in their friendship as their romantic relationships mature.

Along with a memorable cameo by Will Ferrell, Dobkin cast a young Rachel McAdams and Bradley Cooper for supporting roles early in their careers. McAdams is Claire, Wilson’s love interest and the daughter of Treasury Secretary Cleary, starring Christopher Walken. Cooper plays the role of “Sack Lodge” — the intense, pastel-color, polo-wearing fiance of McAdams — with expert hilarity.

The movie has a plethora of quotable lines and was aired religiously on weekend cable TV, turning comedy quirks into cult rituals.

Although the majority of the movie takes place in St. Michael’s, the Schooner Woodwind II made it a celebration of Annapolis, too.

In the movie, it’s Walken’s personal sailboat that Wilson is clueless to crew. During filming, Captain Jennifer Kaye, the real owner of the sailboat, laid on her back vertically from a large steering wheel with Walken at its helm. She placed a compass on her chest and steered the boat from the ground so Walken wouldn’t get distracted and mess up his lines.

The Woodwind is on full display in a scene that lasts three minutes and took four days to shoot, including aerial shots from a helicopter. As the movie’s 15th anniversary was approaching, it was a milestone Kaye’s family-run cruise company couldn’t afford to pass up.

In its 28 years of existence, Kaye’s sailboat cruise company — like all seasonal businesses hit especially hard by the coronavirus shutdown — has never faced a financial loss similar to the one the pandemic caused. During a normal season, around 60% of profits come from public tickets purchased by tourists and locals while the other 40% are private, corporate events that have plummeted this year.

Sails aboard the Schooner Woodwind II are typically packed with up to 48 people for an entertaining cruise, whether that’s guests sitting “cheek to cheek” getting to know one another, enjoying a beer tasting, listening to historical tours or even hearing live music on the boat, Kaye said.

But the pandemic resulted in a late start to the cruise season that opened with one restriction — customers must social distance.

“We saw the writing on the wall about being 6 feet apart,” Kaye said. So, she designed a layout to fit 22 guests in six designated “zones” on the boat for cruises that run four times a day, seven days a week.

Kaye looks to be creative with themed events to attract guests, including getting people together around a commonly enjoyed movie. Will Hart, who was supposed to be on a family vacation in Nashville on Wednesday, if not for the coronavirus, was in town on a short stay to visit friends in Annapolis. In a zone for four people, Hart said he was enjoying a relaxing day on the water.

At the front of the sailboat in a zone for two, state Sen. Stephen Hershey, an Eastern Shore Republican, drank a “Wedding Crashers”-themed IPA called “Crab Cakes and Football” by Devil’s Backbone Brewing Company. Hershey declined to comment about his trip.

As the wind guided the boat’s massive sails along the Chesapeake Bay, Wednesday’s cruise was a nice reminder of life’s pleasures during a time when common summer activities like crab feasts and oyster bars are enjoyed not in close company, but removed at a distance.

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Woodwind II Specifications:

LOA: 74′ Length on deck: 61.5′ Beam: 16′ Draft: 7′ Displacement: 52,000 lbs Designer: John Scarano Construction: West System, with fiberglass exterior, port orford cedar laminated frames, and strip planks, Alaskan cedar beams, and Douglas fir deck and sole. Year Built: 1998

“Woodwind II” was selected to be the sailing yacht of Christopher Walken’s character in the movie, “The Wedding Crashers”. The filming took place in Oxford, Cambridge, St. Michaels and on the Choptank and Miles Rivers. New Line Cinemas booked the boat for 9 days to film the scenes for the movie starring Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Jane Seymour, and Christopher Walken. The name of the boat was kept the same for the movie.

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In the Wake Of 'Wedding Crashers'

For four days last year, Maryland's Eastern Shore became a Hollywood set and Schooner Woodwind II in Annapolis was a brief backdrop for New Line Cinema's "Wedding Crashers" -- a movie starring Christopher Walken, Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn, about two bachelors who go to weddings, uninvited, to meet women. The 74-foot sailing yacht, owned by Edgewater resident Jennifer Brest and her parents, is normally docked at Annapolis Marriott Waterfront Hotel and used (as was the case last Tuesday) for two-hour sails along the Chesapeake Bay.

In keeping with the Hollywood saying that "it's who you know, not what you know," the family yacht, Brest said, was chosen for the movie after friend and Annapolis Yacht Company owner Ezra Androus recommended the seven-year-old vessel to one of the movie's producers. Director David Dobkin instantly fell in love with it, Brest said.

"We were actually dockside at the Annapolis Marriott Hotel," she said. "He ran by me and hopped on the boat. He looked at me quickly and said, 'Oh my God. This boat is terrific. It exceeds my expectations.' I'll never forget that."

Last Tuesday, boating enthusiasts got to raise the schooner's sails, steer it and look at photos from the movie. The Schooner Woodwind and Schooner Woodwind II sail up to four times daily from the Annapolis Marriott Waterfront Hotel.

-- Eileen Rivers

Above, visitors sail the Chesapeake Bay last Tuesday aboard the Schooner Woodwind II. The Annapolis yacht was featured in the box office hit "Wedding Crashers," which was filmed at locations around the region. Right, owner Jennifer Brest shows off a scrapbook of photos from the movie's filming. Below, Hannah Wells of Austin takes the helm.Above, from left, Ulana Mellor, Irmi Henderson and Sandy Ceccucci sail together as members of the international Red Hat Society. Guests are invited to take the helm or help raise the sails, left, of the 74-foot schooner.

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Schooner Woodwind & Woodwind II

Two identical 74-foot schooners that set sail daily from downtown, historic Annapolis.

Book a private charter for your wedding festivities. Or join us on a public sail for a pre-wedding celebration.

Small Weddings Aboard

Get married aboard the Woodwind with the gentle wind in your veil as you sail away into the sunset. Woodwind can accommodate up to 40 people comfortably for a small wedding aboard one boat. Add up to another 40 people, and charter both Woodwinds for a slightly bigger wedding or reception.

Have more than 80 people? Just invite your closest family and friends for your ceremony aboard and then have a larger reception somewhere else in downtown Annapolis after your sail.

Sailing on the Woodwind is a great way to show off Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay to your friends and family.

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After Wedding Brunches: Don’t want the fun of having friends and family around to end after the wedding? Invite them in the morning to go sailing in Annapolis for a terrific brunch with great food and morning cocktails.

Bachelor/Bachelorette/Pre-Wedding Party Outings : Before heading out for your late night event, relax and enjoy a fun sail. Watch your friends sail the boat, raise the sails or just relax while enjoying champagne & local microbrewed beer.

Weddings on the Schooner Woodwind in Annapolis, Maryland

Join us on one of our public cruises. We sail up to four times daily. If you have a group of 18 or more, book a group sail with us, or book the entire boat for a private charter.

Thank you to all of the happy couples that have allowed us to use their images. We are proud to be the perfect venue for about six wedding ceremonies per year, and many receptions aboard.

 Call 410-263-1981, or email us to obtain a quote for your special event!

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John Beckwith and Jeremy Grey, a pair of committed womanizers who sneak into weddings to take advantage of the romantic tinge in the air, find themselves at odds with one another when John m... Read all John Beckwith and Jeremy Grey, a pair of committed womanizers who sneak into weddings to take advantage of the romantic tinge in the air, find themselves at odds with one another when John meets and falls for Claire Cleary. John Beckwith and Jeremy Grey, a pair of committed womanizers who sneak into weddings to take advantage of the romantic tinge in the air, find themselves at odds with one another when John meets and falls for Claire Cleary.

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  • Goofs When Sack calls his friend to check up on John and Jeremy, he only knows their fake surname, Ryan. If Sack's friend actually checked up on those two "brothers," he would not learn that they were wedding crashers who go to weddings to meet and seduce women. There is no explanation for how Sack's friend could get the real low-down on these two individuals in such a short period of time.

Jeremy Grey : I didn't get a lot of sleep last night.

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  1. About Schooner Woodwind Annapolis Sailing Cruises

    Christopher Walken at the helm of Schooner Woodwind II in Wedding Crashers "Woodwind II" was selected to be the sailing yacht of Christopher Walken's character in the movie, "The Wedding Crashers".The filming took place in Oxford, Cambridge, St. Michael's and on the Choptank and Miles Rivers.

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    Besides being a fast sailor, her greatest claim to fame is probably her appearance in the movie Wedding Crashers when father of the bride Christopher Walken takes her out for a sail. LOA : 84 feet (26 meters) Type : two masted schooner. Year launched: 1998. Certification : USCG certified for 49 passengers.

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    A full set of sails cost us over $25,000 for one boat! It's all about speed: Top speed on Woodwind is 16.9 knots. We hit that speed record in 2005's Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race. Woodwind II has hit 13.5 knots, just sailing around Annapolis. Fashion Star: Woodwind was used in 2010 Vineyard Vine's Summer Catalog.

  5. VIDEO: Wedding Crashers-Themed Sails on Schooner Woodwind

    Then, of course, there's the Woodwind II, the Annapolis-based cruising sailboat with a starring role. For the film's 15th anniversary, Schooner Woodwind Sailing Cruises is holding a special "Wedding Crashers Week" of sails. Cheryl Costello steps aboard for the inspired behind-the-scenes theme week. Watch below: If you live on the ...

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