Today is November 22, 2014

Tuesday in GLCCSchool: Technical and Practical Preparations for Cruising

dancline - November 22, 2014

Thinking about cruising more distant destinations? On Tuesday, November 25, Liza Copeland discusses the many aspects to be considered and provides answers based on her years of long-term cruising. Applicable for crossing the Great Lakes or even oceans, Technical and Practical Preparations for Cruising provides a wealth of information on preparing for your cruise. Click here for more information and to register for this webinar.

2015 GLCC Spring Break dates announced

Joann Mead - November 17, 2014

The 2015 GLCC Spring Break will be held in Boca Raton and Palm Beach, Florida March 26-28, 2015. Cathy and Charlie Zumkehr will be your hosts. Highlights will be a BBQ at the Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club, a ferry ride to visit Peanut Island and the famous Palm Beach Boat Show.  Please save these dates as details are being finalized. Monitor here for latest information. 

Help Get the Word Out!

Bill Rohde - November 6, 2014

Help get the word out about GLCC and GLCCSchool with a new mini-webinar recording created to serve as a "ready-made" program for presentation at local Yacht Club, Power Squadron or similar meetings. For more information about how you can provide this program to your local boating organization, click HERE.

GLCC is now on Facebook ... Check it out!

Bill Rohde - November 5, 2014

The club's new Facebook presence is now up and running! To take a look click here or go to Facebook and search for Great Lakes Cruising Club. While the web site will remain the club's primary source for member services such as harbor reports, member benefit info, event registration and more, our new Facebook page offers a complimentary environment for existing and potential club members to share and interact around common cruising interests. Don't delay! Check it out today, add your "LIKE", invite your boating friends, and join in the community conversation!

On to the Big Waters

Bruska - October 15, 2014

In this, our final installment of the 80th anniversary review of vintage Harbor Reports, we saved the Big One for last. Lake Superior's superlatives are well known, so there's no need to list them. Cruising on this lake does require some foreknowledge, so let's go back to 1953, when this report was published, and get a first hand feel for the lake 60 years ago. Click Here to view the old report. Then visit the two current overview reports S-00 and S-0.5. We, truly, have come a long way baby!