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A group dedicated to Lake Michigan sailing, plus interesting information about its history, features and interesting places to cruise

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2014 sailing plans?

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Sailing from Racine to Bayfield 2012

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Comment by David VanDenburgh on January 12, 2009 at 9:32pm
Greg, I posted a cruising log from 2006 earlier. Here's another link in case you missed it.

Click here for Great Cruise of 2006.
Comment by Greg VanLaere on January 10, 2009 at 7:34am
David, I was in a transit slip in St Joe last year, ate at a local bar for dinner and took off the next morning. I am planning a trip now for sometime in June or Aug for a week. We will be leaving Michigan City and sailing up your way.

I have been reading articles from searoom.com lately, but have not read any cruising logs. Where can I read some of those. Hope all is well and prosper in 2009.
Comment by David VanDenburgh on January 9, 2009 at 4:49pm
My son and my grandson and I are all going - probably on Sunday.
Comment by CaptRick on January 9, 2009 at 12:34am
Like Greg I am definitely going to Strictly Sail in Chicago! Anybody else besides us?
Comment by David VanDenburgh on January 8, 2009 at 7:28pm
I'm curious to know whether people like to read other people's cruising logs. I do, but I might be weird. I posted our 2006 cruise log - done as a sailing magazine article - and I'm wondering how much effort to put into the 2008 log. Tell me what you think.
Comment by Stephen (Doc) Regan on January 8, 2009 at 6:59pm
My little West Wight Potter is small for the Lakes but it gets me around. It also makes me eligible for a seat at the bar loking out at the lake in Two Rivers, WI ( "Trivers" to the locals).
Comment by David VanDenburgh on January 4, 2009 at 6:23pm
Greg, nice to meet you. I see that Michigan City is your home port. We live in Dayton, Ohio but have a cottage in St. Joseph. Our kids are there, and the boat, so we have plenty of motivation to make the trip. I hope we will see you here often. I've not sailed into Michigan City. We normally go north from St. Jo. New Buffalo is as far south as we've gone.

Where have you been besides M.C. and Muskegon?
Comment by Greg VanLaere on January 4, 2009 at 4:42pm
My wife and I just started sailing Lake Michigan in 2008. I had a chance to deliever a new Hunter 36 from Michigan City, IN to Mueskegon. We stopped and had dinner one night in St. Joe. We are headed to the Chicago Strictly Sail show at the end of the month. Can't wait for the weather to turn warm again.
Comment by David VanDenburgh on January 4, 2009 at 11:40am
Here's a pdf document with photos and stuff about our 2006 cruise to Door County and Green Bay. I haven't got the one for 2008 done yet.GreatCruise2006.pdf
Comment by David VanDenburgh on January 3, 2009 at 7:26pm
We like White Lake, from the lovely old lighthouse on the channel, to the twin towns of Whitehall and Montague. We found a nice little English tea house in Montague last summer. The municipal marina water was a little thin but the dockmaster was great and the location is very convenient. We were sorry to see an empty place where the old (glove?) factory once stood. Let's see if I can post the photo here:

 

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