adventures aboard our CS34 sailboat

Author Shane

Sandy Bay

We passed by this large anchorage a number of times and never really noticed it. Today we finally discovered it and it is a perfect stopping point.

Propane Switch Replacement

This is one of those projects that violates the rule, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. The propane switch worked perfectly, but I wanted to do this since the existing switch was drawing so much power. This was a… Continue Reading →

Picton Brewery Tour

We leave Navy Bay near Kingston and head to Picton to meet up with some friends for a tour of some of the local breweries. I was surprised at the number and quality of breweries in the area!

Gananoque to Navy Bay

This is the worst part of any sailing trip. Should we stay or should we go? We make the decision to start a slow journey back towards home rather than spend more time in the Thousand Islands and rush home… Continue Reading →

Night at Gananoque Marina

We leave the Thousand Islands and head into Gananoque Marina. We were running short of supplies and were excited to go back Riva for a really nice dinner!

Camelot Island – Dock Life

We left our anchorage at Sugar Island and head over toward Endymion and Camelot Island.

Drone Attack

We gather enough courage to finally launch our new drone from the boat. Everything went well until we tried to land.

Exploring Sugar Island from the Water

We needed some down time, so we spent another day on anchor off Sugar Island and explored in the dingy.

Kingston To Sugar Island

We left Confederation Basin Marina and headed to the Thousand Islands. We were unsuccessful at finding an available mooring ball at Thwartway/Leek Island so we returned to our favourite anchorage North of Sugar Island.

Kerr Bay to Confederation Basin Marina

We had a lazy start, leave Kerr Bay around 11am and slowly sailed towards Confederation Basin Marina in downtown Kingston. We had a few errands to run, and our fridge stopped working along the way.

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