adventures aboard our CS34 sailboat

Category Sailboat Adventures

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.

Storm in Kerr Bay

We arrived from a long overnight sail and spent most of the day catching up on sleep. The day was calm with a little bit of rain and big storm clouds in the distance. That night it hit us hard.

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 →

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.

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