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Cruising Lake Superior's Canadian Shores

Wilderness cruising at its best! Scattering of Islands, boreal forest, towering shorelines, abundance of wildlife, protected anchorages, parks with hiking trails, great fishing, secluded anchorages, and many areas of interest. This section of Lake Superior is worth the experience. Updated for 2024 and presented by Dave Carr.

Lake Superior. Too much fog and too damn cold? Sometimes. But you will also experience absolute solitude, abundant wildlife, gorgeous waterfalls and the most stunning scenery on the Great Lakes, if not all of North America. Always. And yes, you can swim there!

This course will introduce the cruiser to the Canadian shore of the greatest lake of them all, from the Soo almost to Thunder Bay. What to bring, what to expect, where to resupply, where to drop the hook, where to go fast and where to poke. If you have an interest in cruising one of the most beautiful wilderness cruising grounds on the Great Lakes, don't miss this webinar!

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-i to purchase and register for all five webinars at the price of four.

Recording of CG00103-i: Cruising Lake Superior's Canadian Shores
Recorded: Tuesday, February 13, 2024
Instructor: Dave Carr

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Meet The Instructor

Dave Carr
Dave has been sailing for over 50 years and currently lives near Midland, Ontario. Since 1990, Dave and his wife have cruised Lakes Huron, Erie and Superior, and have gained considerable knowledge of Georgian Bay, the North Channel and Lake Superior.