Crossing Georgian Bay was awesome, seas were 1′ or less in the morning and laid down to almost glass conditions in the late morning and afternoon. Georgian Bay water is crystal clear, clear like Gin as my dad would say! Its like the Caribbean, I never get tired of my prop wash looking like beautiful blues and diamonds. Tobermory is a small community located at the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula it is 190 miles northwest of Toronto.
The community is known as the “fresh water SCUBA diving capital of the world” because of the numerous shipwrecks that lie in the surrounding waters, especially in Fathom Five National Marine Park. Tobermory and the surrounding areas are popular vacation destinations. People come for the beaches, the diving, the unspoiled countryside and the relaxed pace of life. I will say all the tourists from the city make it seem less relaxed compared to the last couple weeks on the Trent Severn. The town lies north of the Bruce Peninsula National Park.
Tobermory Harbour is a great marina with easy access docks and very protected from wind and waves. Call the Harbour office for availability of slips (519) 596-2731
beautiful conditions coming across Georgian Bay
prop wash in different light conditions is so cool
beautiful Little Tub Harbour
Finally found another Florida boat my new friends Diane and JP from St. Pete, on a very cool PDQ Power Cat the “MOONSTRUCK”. They have spent all summer exploring the Canadian waters and Great Lakes.
this is a good boat name for a doctor