Coming Up in GLCCSchool: Introduction to Cruising the Great Lakes

dancline - November 16, 2017

GLCCSchool kicks off a new school year with Introduction to Cruising the Great Lakes. On Thursday, November 16, at 8:00 pm Eastern/7:00 pm Central, instructor and experienced cruiser Craig Murchison will cover the essentials of cruising these vast bodies of water. Do you dream about cruising the Great Lakes? Are you thinking about cruising farther afield in the Great Lakes? If so, this webinar is your place to start. Click here for more information and to register for class.

Would you like to create a lifetime of adventures without having to fly around the world?  The five Great Lakes, virtually in your back yard, have more than 10,000 miles of shoreline to explore.  This is the greatest fresh water on earth.  No sticky salt, no dangerous fish, no pirates, just a chance to see a part of this world from the “Fresh Water Sea”.   Trying to figure out how to get your kids and grand kids  back outdoors and away from the computer screen? Cruising the Great Lakes is the way to do it.  This webinar will give you an overview on how it can be done and how much fun and rewarding it will be.

Instructor Craig Murchison has spent a lifetime on the Lakes in all sorts of boats, and with his first mate Pam, has been long distance, big boat cruising since 1993.  Whether you cruise as a couple, or with friends, or even if you single hand, you’ll find that a sail or power cruising boat can become your own personal Great Lakes magic carpet, unlocking experiences that will last a lifetime. Craig will be talking about how to get started, what you will need, and places near and far on each of the Lakes.  The webinar is live and all questions are welcome. 

While not a prerequisite, the webinar is highly recommend for anyone planning to attend one or more of the many detailed individual lake and lake region webinars offered at