Monthly Archives: May 2016

Day 88. Killarney, Ont.

Our route today took us from the Gunbarrel anchorage at the right of the map above to the blue pin in the middle through a magic inland channel known as Collins Inlet. Much of the inlet is a gorge through … Continue reading

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Day 87.  Gunbarrel anchorage, Bustard Islands, Ont.

Above is the offshore route to get from Britt at the right across to Gunbarrel anchorage on the left. We didn’t actually take this route as there was 15 to 20 knots of Westerly, nearly enough to consider staying put … Continue reading

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Day 86.  St Amant marina, Britt, Ont. 

We left Depot Bay at 7am for the 50 mile trip to Britt. We had been recommended to eat at the Britt Inn by some C-Dory followers but unfortunately it has closed. The St Amant restaurant looks fine and affordable … Continue reading

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Day 85.  Depot Bay, Parry Sound, Ont.

Once again we saw some enthralling locations as we made our way from Sans Souci through the South Channel into Parry Sound Harbour. The piloting was a bit easier without the fog today but the channel was narrow in places … Continue reading

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Day 84.  Sans Souci, Ont.

The Ontario Psychiatric Hospital occupies beautiful prime waterfront land at Asylum Point, near Penetang Harbor. The beacon in the foreground is actually a starboard channel marker. Remembering that North America has the reverse of international convention for red and green … Continue reading

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Day 83.  Penetanguishene, Ont.

We did the short 20 mile run across the bottom of Georgian Bay to a very pretty inlet called Penetang Harbor. Settled in to the Bay Moorings Marina to shower, and do the laundry after we had bunkered.  Again we … Continue reading

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Day 82.  Port Severn and Georgian Bay

Last day on the Trent Severn Waterway and what a climax to being on this this beautiful and amazing piece of geography. The depth sounder in the photo above registers 108.8 feet at Swift Rapids Lock 43, by the time … Continue reading

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