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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-23-2011 08:04 PM
Daddyo55127 Hopefully I'll be on the big lake next year.
01-05-2011 06:15 PM
Giffie my website if you would like to take a look. Going Beyond
01-05-2011 06:14 PM
Giffie I sailed superior twice, across from Sault st Marie to Thunder bay and back across the following season heading for the Atlantic, completed the lake in 59 hours straight across. it was an amazing trip i did it this past summer to raise awareness for organ donation and Cystic Fibrosis.
05-05-2010 10:46 PM
Tribe95
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Hi I have a question, I was up in superior in my tanzer 26 (SOO-Whitefish-grand marais-Quebec harbor) I wore long johns in the middle of July on the sunniest day.
Is it ever actually warm up there?
There was one day last August that was quite warm.

I woke up to 36 degrees one morning last June here in Duluth, soon after I moved here from Seattle. You can't really think in terms of "does it get warm..." A more positive spin is "it never gets too hot."

Cheers!

Ron (wannabe Lake Superior sailor).
02-02-2010 04:34 PM
xact Hi I have a question, I was up in superior in my tanzer 26 (SOO-Whitefish-grand marais-Quebec harbor) I wore long johns in the middle of July on the sunniest day.
Is it ever actually warm up there?

amazing scenery though and tasty fishes
12-03-2009 11:32 AM
drobarge ...
12-03-2009 11:17 AM
cormeum Might get past the Soo next summer (we're home ported at the south end of Michigan)
11-23-2009 01:29 AM
drobarge
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Originally Posted by llvt View Post
YES! There are other Lk Superior sailors out here ... just too busy putting boats away for the season (Sigh!) & now looking forward to spring.

Which part of the lake are you on?

Fortunately our group here in Duluth is working on some sail-related activities for the winter in a pathetic effort to keep our spirits up and/or maintain our sanity... will post more when we've got the details organized.

Cheers!
L.
i sail out of pequamming between huron and keweenaw bays on my c-27. and have started sailing with George aboard his nonsuch 30, peregrine. you may have seen this boat before as he logs 2000 nm a season on the lake. check out eagleharborweb dot net.
10-30-2009 12:43 PM
llvt
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Originally Posted by drobarge View Post
are scotty and i the only lk superior sailors on sailnet?
YES! There are other Lk Superior sailors out here ... just too busy putting boats away for the season (Sigh!) & now looking forward to spring.

Which part of the lake are you on?

Fortunately our group here in Duluth is working on some sail-related activities for the winter in a pathetic effort to keep our spirits up and/or maintain our sanity... will post more when we've got the details organized.

Cheers!
L.
07-31-2009 09:46 PM
drobarge
cruise

Just returned from a long weekend to Houghton (crew got arrested,posted bail)then to dreamland(lives up to the name), lac' labelle, manitou island and home to Pequamming. Isle rule is next for ten days as crew on s/v peregrine in a couple weeks.

whew it's windy up here
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