Monthly Archives: June 2011

Bouys

The Saint Lawrence river is buoyed with many interesting and meaningful markers. All the buoys have meaning and are really influenced by the currents. All of these buoys weigh in the neighbourhood of 2000 pounds, so as you pass them … Continue reading

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Tadoussac Quebec, End of the Saguenay River

Well I finally made it here. This is where the Saguenay river meets the Saint Lawrence. It’s been a good trip getting here but a fair bit of current getting up into the river to the marina.

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Cap-A-L’Aigle (pronounced, cap-a-leg) Cape of Eagles

I left at 5:27 this morning from Yacht Club De Quebec. The schooner Issuma also left with me to go to Cap-A-L’Aigle. I called in a trip plan to the Coast Guard since I’m now by myself and this was to … Continue reading

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