Ok... I'm confused.... when did the Bay of Fundy et al get moved to Great Britain and Ireland??? I missed that on the CBC National.....
Rik,Anyone needing help with these destinations, feel free to post or send a PM.
Rik & Linda
Ahh...I found it in the 'new posts' and didn't notice the subheading.Just poking some fun... they posted for Nova Scotia/New Brunswick in the "Destinations: Great Britain and Ireland" forum page.
John - I think it is all relative.John wrote:
-- it's an interesting but potentially tricky area to visit.
What are you sailing ? We live on the St John River system.Rik,
We are headed your way in late August. We've done Nova Scotia up the east side into Bras D'or. When we crossed Fundy it was between Westport and Grand Manan.
This will be the first time we headed up further into the Bay of Fundy. Have the cruising guides you mentioned, have the paper and electronic charts, any and all local knowledge forwarded is greatly appreciated! We really have enjoyed sailing up there and looking forward to this trip.
Welcome to SailNet, Matt. He hasn't been here for almost a year so i doubt he'd respond anyway. Have you tried looking at Active Captain for anchorage areas?Greetings group,
I'd PM Whiskey John for a copy of the guidebook, but I am a new member and don't have 15 posts required for a PM.
We hope to visit in a year or two. We will be going up the Hudson and down the St Lawrence on our way to Newfoundland.A other great spot to visit in the Canadian Maritimes is the "Baie des Chaleurs",
The water is really warm and so is wind. It's one of the most beautiful Bays in the world! Almost no trafict in there...When I go out sailing, I usally can't see any other boat out...
Thank you for that but with only one post he can't read the PM.PM sent