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The Complete Down East Circle

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Down East Circle - Complete Volume 1

We'll start out departing aboard our Niagara 35 sloop Phantasia II from our home in Cobourg on Lake Ontario, and follow the route down the St. Lawrence through the Seaway to Montreal.
From Montreal we sail to…


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Down East Circle - Complete Volume 1

We'll start out departing aboard our Niagara 35 sloop Phantasia II from our home in Cobourg on Lake Ontario, and follow the route down the St. Lawrence through the Seaway to Montreal.
From Montreal we sail to Quebec City and then make our way to along the north shore of the St Lawrence to Tadoussac. We cross the St Lawrence to the south shore at Park de Bic, and Bic we sail the rugged Gaspe coast rounding Cap Gaspe, ending our first season by hauling out in the town of Gaspe.
Next in part 4 we sail east past Perce down the Northumberland Straight to New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, over wintering the boat in St. Margarets Bay
We depart St. Margarets Bay in part 6, cross the gulf of Maine to Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York, returning to Lake Ontario via the Hudson River and canals.

Down East Circle - Complete Volume 2
Sailing from Gaspe to Anse a Beufils we make a 350 mile round trip out into the Gulf of the St Lawrence to explore the beautiful dunes of the Isles De la Madeleine
Part 3 - Departing from Gaspe we sail to Chandler then the Baie de Chaleur, visting Caraquet on the Acadian Coast and returning via several small fishing harbours
Part 5 - In the summer of 2010, with the boat now docked in St. Margarets Bay Nova Scotia, we take a relaxing, leisurely tour of some of the historic ports on Nova Scotia's south shore, sailing to Mahone Bay, Lunenburg and the La Have River

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