Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River Area

You want both exciting boating and an untouched wilderness just a short cruise away from each other? Where else can you and your crew...

The Rideau Canal and Ottawa Rivers

Recognized in 2008 as a World Heritage Site, the Rideau Canal continues to be a first-class cruising destination. Linked with the Lower Ottawa River,...

Lake Superior

Lake Superior North Shore "Anglers will find plenty of action, and if you’re really serious about fishing, plan to visit the Nipigon River." Lake Superior is...

Lake Huron

The towns and ports along the Lake Huron shoreline are collectively referred to as Ontario’s West Coast. Stand on the shore of any one...

Lake Erie

As the fourth largest of the Great Lakes, Lake Erie is 241 miles long, 57 miles  wide and has an average depth of only...

Muskoka and The Haliburton Highlands

Thirteen million years ago, glaciers scraped gouges and strips into the granite base that has evolved into the beautiful lakes and rivers of Muskoka....

ST. LAWRENCE RIVER AND THE 1000 ISLANDS

The St. Lawrence River and 1000 Islands region draws thousands of boaters each season because it’s unlike any other waterway in Canada. Scattered islands,...

Lake Ontario

Lake Ontario could easily be described as an infinite playground for recreational boaters. Whatever your passion – from trailer boating and fishing, to crewing...

Sonoma County California

Sonoma County California is defined by glorious sunshine and the stunning landscape of rolling vineyards. It’s also gently caressed by the coastal winds off...