Tag Archives: Anchoring

Learning About Those Currents on the Way to Rimouski

No matter what you know in theory, there’s nothing actually experiencing something. What it feels like to sail in strong currents, for instance. Continue reading

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Quick-Slow-Quick-Slow-Quick, Dancing Along to Sainte-Anne-des-Monts

In which the winds varied between strong, stronger and light, and we made our way to Grande Vallee and Sainte-Anne-des-monts… Continue reading

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Wind and Waves and Gaspe

We left Richibucto as the sun rose – and found a unique welcome in Gaspe a couple of days later. Continue reading

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Up the River to Richibucto

In which we try a different way to travel quickly (or as quickly as our sailboat allows) and comfortably… Continue reading

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Calmly to Charlottetown

We left in misty calm, met storms and tested our motor before we finally arrived on an evening breeze in friendly Charlottetown… Continue reading

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Going to Port Hawkesbury

Port Hawkesbury was an interesting place to be – in more than one way. Continue reading

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A New Harbour

It’s always nice when you find a friendly New Harbour, even if you hadn’t planned to go there! Continue reading

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