{Stus-List} Headed for the North Channel

Peter Deppisch peter.deppisch at sympatico.ca
Fri Jun 26 13:23:38 EDT 2009

The North Channel is part of Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes.  It is basically the waters between Manitoulin Island and the North Shore of Lake Huron which is in Ontario.  

The ICW is the Inter-Costal Waterway in the U.S.

So - am not sure what exactly you are referring to.  The North Channel is at best 90 nm. long.  

S/V Tangerine
C&C 35 MK II

Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2009 10:15:30 -0700
From: dkuchen1 at gmail.com
To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Headed for the North Channel

Sorry for intruding into this list but this discussion of the north channel is intriguing.  For a Western Washington Sailor,  I had never heard of the ICW until a couple of years ago.  That has entirely changed our cruising plans.

A friend sent me a power point slide show of the bay of Islandes and now I want to cruise up there two.
Where does the north channel go.  We are looking at boats in the NE and are thinking that the first stop mey be the Bay of Isalnds if whe can get there.

Where can I get more info.
Capt. Kook.
Washington State sailor with desires to expolre the eastern seaboard by boat.

On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 3:40 AM, Barry Miller <bearmiller at charter.net> wrote:

I am headed for the North channel the middle of July and it has been 14 years since my first trip.  Are they any new updated charts for the area? Another friend on his Caliber 40 will be there for at least 2 weeks and he will be heading back down Lake Huron to go back out to the Atlantic again via the Erie Canal while I will return to Pentwater.  On my first trip started from Blind River went thru the Whalesback to the Benjimins, went up the Baei Fin, stopped in Killarney and Covered Portage Cove.  Never been to Meldrum Bay etc.  Any suggestions for must see sites in one to two weeks cruise would be appreciated.  Thanks.

Barry Miller
"MILLER TIME"  C&C 34  15238
cell 616-881-2230 

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