Simply the best way to learn all about cruising the five grand ladies of the Northern United States Lake Superior, Erie Huron, Ontario and Michigan!
Aside from being an excellent introduction to potential Great Lakes boaters, this series will reacquaint seasoned cruisers with the splendor and beauty of this magnificent cruising region. At the same time, this series will familiarize you with all the harbors, anchorages, facilities, on-shore entertainment, weekend retreats, sights to see, cruising tips, comforts and conveniences that will make your cruising more enjoyable.
The Detroit Area &Port Huron To Lake Erie
This cruising guide takes you from the Blue Water Bridge, the southern boundary of Lake Huron, all the way to the entrance of Lake Erie. Along the way you will experience the transient facilities and on shore amenities of the St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River. This area of the great Lakes contains more boating facilities than any other fresh water cruising area in the world.
Cruise the border between Canada and the U.S. all the way from Port Huron/Sarnia down the St. Clair River into Lake St. Clair, the water playground for the rich and famous of Detroit. Further south, Belle Isle welcomes you to the Detroit as does the skyline of Detroit's Renaissance Center. From Windsor, Ontario, directly across the river from Detroit, to the entrance of Lake Erie you will see all the sights and sounds of one of the world's busiest and most fascinating rivers.