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Re: Best Route: Great Lakes to East Coast?

Originally Posted by killarney_sailor View Post
Couple of places to liveaboard in the Toronto area for the winter - Port Credit Marina and Bluffer's Park in Scarborough. The latter is in a gorgeous park at the base of the Scarborough Bluffs but you really would want a car since it is a bit isolated. Forget the name but there is a marina with winter liveaboards in the Toronto inner harbour. Incredible location to take advantage of the city amenities but they do have (or had) a long wait list.
Thanks KS, I'll add these to the list and check them out. I get down to TO every once in a while for work so I'll drop in on these. Do you know anything about Belleville? I've heard there is a marina that offers year-round slips.
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