Boating the North Channel is intoxicating. It’s a magical connection to the best of Ontario‘s natural geographical beauty. Complete the 160 nautical mile journey across the top of Lake Huron, and you’ll find the best that boating can offer. From 20 mile wide open water passages, to narrow island channels less than 50′ wide, you can travel in one trip what other mariners boat for a lifetime to experience. This world famous cruising ground runs along the northern shoreline of Lake Huron and is protected by the largest freshwater island in the world, Manitoulin Island.
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- Jewel of Ontario: Boating The North Channel of Lake Huron by Cabin Cruiser - October 28, 2013