The anchor at the Ocean City Life Saving Station Museum weighs 2.5 tons and is thought to be the largest anchor on the East Coast. It’s a great spot for taking photos, and many families and friends make it a tradition to take photos there every visit. We asked our friends on Facebook if they ever used the anchor as a photo op, and this was their reply!
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Anne grew up in Edinburgh, Scotland, and still has the accent to prove it. She earned her Business degree from the University of Northumbria in Newcastle, England and when she was 21, she bought herself a round the world ticket and spent a year working and traveling across the globe. She came across Ocean City for the first time 20 years ago and shortly after it became her permanent home. Anne has three red headed children (who don’t have Scottish accents) and over the years she has been a stay at home mom, an Ocean City business owner, and has worked at her children’s school. When time allows, Anne still loves to travel. She has been with OceanCity.com since September 2014.