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Cruising Lake Superior's Apostle Islands

The yachting center of Lake Superior combines over 600 square miles of pristine, protected, National Park island cruising with extensive services in several nearby towns, marinas, and the largest charter fleet in the Great Lakes.

Updated for 2024 - This is a webinar about the spectacular anchorages, sandy beaches, historic lighthouses, pristine forests and sandstone caves of the Apostle Islands. The 720 square-mile area is the yachting center of Lake Superior, and a popular cruising destination. Quaint harbor towns support its varied boating activities, and the National Park Service manages most of the 22 islands.  This presentation will include sailing directions, weather, must-see places, ports, overnight destinations and safety.

Note that this webinar is one of five webinars in the "Cruising Lake Superior" series. For those wishing to attend all five webinars, check the specially priced Lake Superior series PK00901-e to purchase and register for all five webinars at the price of four.

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This webinar is also available as part of a webinar package. To register for the package at a discounted rate, and for more information, visit Cruising Lake Superior Package. To register for this webinar as a standalone product, use the Add to Cart button below.
CG00105-i: Cruising Lake Superior's Apostle Islands
Niels Jensen

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Meet The Instructor

Niels Jensen
Niels Jensen, originally from Denmark, is a past Commodore of the Great Lakes Cruising Club, past president of the Great Lakes Foundation as well, plus is GLCC Port Captain for Stockton Island on Lake Superior. His home cruising waters are western Lake Superior.