Imagine this: You cast off on a foggy Autumn morning and sail towards the sunrise, sailing for days on North America’s inland seas, with their remarkable changing intensity and vast size. If you wanted to, you could continue along, heading east through the Great Lakes and up the St. Lawrence Seaway to the Atlantic Ocean. The Great Lakes offer spectacular sailing opportunities, with pristine waterways and beautiful surrounding scenery. Whether you're looking for a simple sail around Toronto’s harbour or a thrilling voyage from the Great White North out to the coast, there is a place to sail for everyone.

When I was young at Lake Huron, I would build sand animals with my uncle, observe people parasailing and watch the sunset shimmer over the water.

Lake Huron, ON - Claire S
Lake Huron Watershed