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2018 Lake Erie Rally

Cindy - September 6, 2018

Attention: Gondoliers and Mates!!! Are you planning to attend the famous TUSCAN NIGHTS Lake Erie Rally? You need to register TODAY! Time is running out to get your registration in on time! We need our final numbers - so don’t delay! You don’t want to miss out on this tantalizing Tuscan weekend! Our hotels, the Quality Inn and The Best Western have rooms blocked at special GLCC rates, but will be released by May 14, 2018. Because this is a very popular summer destination, these rooms will go very quickly! Go to the Lake Erie Rally event page and sign up today! Fabulous food, wonderful wines, magical music, the best of boating friends, and a very memorable weekend await! Be sure to contact Lynda Leque if you need dockage for your boat at or 330-844-0726. We have several first timers signed up and would love for you to attend with them! Register today!!

Port Captain Announcements: Deputy Scott Ross

Cindy - April 25, 2018

     Let’s give our newly appointed Deputy Port Captain Scott Ross for Lorain, Ohio (E-13) a warm welcome!
     Scott has been boating on Lake Erie with his wife Betsy and family since 1988. They have owned their current boat, a 1988 Marinette fisherman for 19 seasons and currently dock at Son Rise Marina on Sandusky Bay. Please click here to read more.

Lake Erie Declared Impaired

Joann Mead - March 26, 2018

The western part of Lake Erie has been declared as "impaired" by Ohio Gov. Kasich which will lead to tighter regulations for agriculture and others that release nutrients into the lake.  Lake Erie has experienced massive algae blooms in recent years and environmentalists have sued to have the lake declared impaired.  Ohio was the last holdout. Click here to read more.

Port Captain Announcements: Bill Lehner

Cindy - February 26, 2018

Please welcome newly appointed Deputy Port Captain Bill Lehner for Sandusky, Ohio (E-16)!  Here's a brief bio on his nautical endeavours:
   I have enjoyed boating since my preteen years as a “frequent” family activity. I am proud to have carried the love of the water on to our three grown children and soon-to-be six grandchildren. Karen and I have owned small sailboats (22, 27, and 32-foot) for the majority of our 48 years of marriage. Cruising areas have varied from local lakes and rivers, in my early years, to charters in the Florida Keys, Bahamas, Virgin Islands, The Dry Tortugas, Cuba, and ten fantastic days on a 45-foot Magic in the Greek Isles. Karen and I have enjoyed annual trips to the Lake Huron / Port Huron area. I have also participated in the delivery of several boats from Port Clinton to Philadelphia, and Long Island. Please click here to read more.