CG00320-f: Cruising Georgian Bay and the Thirty Thousand Islands

Tuesday February 2, 2021

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Webinar date: 
Tuesday, February 2, 2021
8:00 PM Eastern Time
Georgian Bay is well known as a cruiser’s paradise for good reason. From the cliffs of the Bruce Peninsula to the busy harbours of off Severn Sound to the winding Small Craft Route up the eastern shore, Georgian Bay offers variety, scenery and adventure for the cruising boater. This webinar explores Georgian Bay’s beautiful anchorages as well as the towns and small settlements that serve the boating community along its shores.

This webinar takes a tour around Georgian Bay first exploring the towns and anchorages along Georgian Bay’s western shore on the Bruce Peninsula.  We then head over to the 30,000 Islands along the eastern shore of Georgian Bay and take a journey along the small craft route visiting anchorages and communities from Penetanguishene to Byng Inlet. Follow our presenter, GLCC Rear Commodore Dave Spencer as he guides us through anchorages, provisioning ports and navigation challenges that may be faced by the cruising boater.  Following last year's major revision, the 2021 webinar has been updated to include new pictures, new locations and new information.  If you took this webinar a few years ago, you will have something new to learn this year.

Want to learn more about the Georgian Bay? Check out Dave Spencer's Cruising the Remote Waters of Northern Georgian Bay webinar on February 11th.