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Collision at Anchor By Jack Klang

Courtesy Photo from Jack Klang     North of Lake Huron and south of Ontario, Canada lies a cruiser’s dream – the North Channel, a stretch of granite out islands, beautiful passage ways, and private bays. On a visit there … Continue reading

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It’s Dinghy Time by Jack Klang

Photo by Jack Klang   My first dinghy was seven feet long and made of blue plastic, but it was the only one I could afford. Though it originally looked large enough, I soon discovered it was too small and … Continue reading

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Successful Anchoring: Tips from Captain Jack

By Jack Klang Cruising Consultant, Quantum Sail Design Group Anchoring is a peaceful, non-crowded, free alternative to harbor hopping for coastal cruisers. With the right equipment and proper technique, you can stop rushing to the marina and anchor at any time. … Continue reading

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