FREE Introductory Chapter What makes for a perfect anchorage? Well, the east coast of Canada has "perfect" anchorages galore.
Though we've visited Grand Bank before and we've spent numerous nights tied up in Port-aux-Basques, that doesn't mean we've experienced all these places have to offer!
Sure, listen to local knowledge, and cruising guides can help choose a destination, but sometimes it's better to go your own way and make up your own mind.
An outport in Placentia Bay? Who knew!
If you are a cruiser, the health of coastal communities will be of interest. Phyllis has some thoughts.
Phyllis and John return to a magic harbour where their cruising life together began.
There's nothing quite like being in a beautiful sheltered wild anchorage within spitting distance of a major city.
Big city living aboard "Morgan's Cloud".
Liscombe Lodge makes a fun stop with its mix of nature walks and hotel amenities.
Deserted beaches and partridgeberries, only two of the many benefits of the aptly-named Shelter Cove.
Cape Negro and McNutts Islands on the Nova Scotia southwest shore offer beautiful anchorages...in the right weather conditions.
The Tusket Islands make for a challenging but rewarding cruising ground.
John presents Lunenburg in a good light—both in words and pictures.
Though road-served, Rose Blanche still has an out-of-this-world feeling.
Burgeo, Newfoundland—bakeries, beaches, and...a canal?