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New marina at North Coast Harbor is a welcome step toward Cleveland's lakefront of the future

Cindy - June 26, 2014

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Lake Erie boaters rejoice.
 
If you’re cruising Lake Erie after the 2014 GLCC Rendezvous in Leamington, exploring the south shore should entail a stop in Cleveland (E-10). This can be a very rewarding experience for the whole family as few cities can match Cleveland’s cultural and recreational resources. The city offers professional performances in theater, dance, symphony, jazz, rock, opera, and ballet on a regular basis. For the sports enthusiast, Cleveland has major league teams in baseball, basketball, football, and soccer.
 
The highly regarded Places Rated Almanac recently rated Cleveland as the second best recreation place based on statistical ratings of 354 metropolitan areas in the United States. Click here to read more.

2014 Georgian Bay Rally

Cindy - May 30, 2014

A casual Georgian Bay Rally is planned for Saturday, Aug. 9, to Monday, Aug. 11 at Odjig Island (GB-55), which was formerly known as Squaw Island. Odjig Island is a beautiful and well-protected wilderness anchorage 10 miles south of Killarney, and is a wonderful layover between Tobermory and the North Channel. For more information and registration, please click here.

2014 June Lifeline Now Available

Cindy - May 28, 2014

The June anniversary issue has information about the GLCCSchool summer session webinar offerings, cruising in Lake Erie (also helpful to our Leamington Rendezvous visitors), up-and-coming GLCC events, GLF update, boating safety, a wave of new members, and reports about our previously held events. Information & registration forms for upcoming events are available via the Events page.

Memorable Memorial Weekend on the Water

Bill Rohde - May 27, 2014

With the unseasonable winter's ice cover and slow melt, this year's Memorial weekend proved to be memorable to say the least. The two accompanying photos show how Lake Superior cruisers enjoyed the holiday. The left photo is from Bayfield Wisconsin Yacht Club member Carl Olding; the right from GLCC member Bob Hansen. Lake Superior boats typically launch starting the first week of May, but not this year. Some Marinas are still iced in.

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