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Door County Guide

Does anyone know of a good source for information on cruising around Wisconsin's Door County? I've checked around on the web and have found some basic info on marinas and attractions, and I have charts for the area, but I would like a source for:

-good places to anchor
-trip planning, such as for someone going up from Muskegon, what might be
the best marina to stay at on the first night.
-maybe a suggested "tour" of the area
-best and worst places to go

Any articles online by folks who have sailed there?
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The Lake Michigan Ports of Call is a good source of information for marinas and services on the lake. You may get some feedback from Door sailors on this board, but asking the question on the Sailnet Lake Michigan email list will probably get you more information.
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You might want to ask for the services of T34C, he has plenty of local knowledge as he slips his boat at Egg Harbor.
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