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Sailing for 26 hours

The idea of spending more than a day under sail has been something we’ve always wanted to try. Weather was near perfect and we were anxious to get to the Thousand Islands as quickly as possible. We set sail, turned… Continue Reading →

Back from the Thousand Islands

We are back from the Thousand Islands. Other than me not being able to swim the entire trip it was another fantastic trip to our favourite place to cruise. We have lots of great photos, videos and stories to share…. Continue Reading →

Video: New Sails

Playing around with the GoPro video editor on my tablet and created a short video of the first "real" sail with our new Precision Sails. Still playing with the Genoa car location and learning to ...

Currently in the Thousand Islands

We made it back to our favourite place and currently anchored near the Lake Fleet. It’s been a fantastic trip so far with lots of adventures, stories and blunders to share.

Prescott Coastguard Radio this is Foghorn Lullaby … Over

After a long day motoring against the wind in some decent swells on Lake Ontario we respond to a call from Prescott CoastGuard Radio. I practice my radio skills and learn how to tow a boat back to the harbour.

Helping SV Vitae Transit the Welland Canal

Our friends, Dave and Regina, are taking their CS40, Vitae, from Lake Ontario to Lake Erie through the Welland Canal and asked me to give them a hand. I’ve been through the locks in the Trent-Severn Waterway but these locks… Continue Reading →

Foggy Friend: Capriccio

Another CS34 owner from the CSOA forum joins Foggy in Cobourg. I take the opportunity to buzz around their boat with my drone as they arrive at Cobourg Marina.

Service Lewmar Winch

We were lucky to meet a very knowledgeable Lewmar rep at the Toronto Boat Show a few years back (pre-Covid) that showed us how easy it is to service a Lewmar winch. We finally find some time to try it… Continue Reading →

Rudder Damage from Ice Over Winter

When we first checked on our boat after winter, I noticed two rust spots underneath our rudder. Looking closer at the leading edge of the rudder I could see there was some water damage.

First Trip of 2021 – Loyalist Cove to Cobourg

Foggy is back on the water and we take two days to rush her back home from Loyalist Cove to Cobourg. We are rusty sailors and had a few interesting adventures.

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