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Anchorages of the North Channel

If you are planning your first or twenty-first cruise to the North Channel, you are sure to appreciate this thorough look at Anchorages of the North Channel. This updated webinar will provide a detailed look at both the well-known and the little-visited anchorages of the North Channel has to offer. Join Dave Spencer as he shares his many years of experience in this wonderful part of our Great Lakes.

The North Channel is a cruising boater's paradise right in our own back yard.  Many who travel to far and exotic cruising destinations around the world rank the North Channel at the top of the list.  With this webinar, you will tour through more than 30 anchorages, some well known and some hidden gems that are little known and rarely visited.  Please join GLCC Rear Commodore Dave Spencer as he highlights the strengths and weaknesses of each location and offers navigation guidance for those areas with a tricky entrance.  Even if you took this webinar a few years ago, you will be sure to learn something new from this updated presentation.  Seasoned cruisers and first timers alike are sure to enjoy this webinar that will help optimize your summer vacation cruising in this pristine area of the Great Lakes.

Want to learn more about the North Channel? Watch for Roy Eaton's North Channel Ports webinar.

Recording of CG00310-i: Anchorages of the North Channel
Recorded: Thursday, February 15, 2024
Instructor: Dave Spencer

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Meet The Instructor

Dave Spencer
Dave and his wife Kathy live in London Ontario and sail out of southern Georgian Bay. Dave and Kathy have cruised extensively around Georgian Bay and the North Channel aboard their Catalina 34 sailboat named "Good Idea".