Category: Great Lakes Sailing

We love to get out on the water of the Great Lakes. With more shoreline than any state except Alaska Michiganders have ample opportunity to sail and boat on the Great Lakes and the 1000’s of inland lakes.

Here are some of our best Great Lakes Sailing stories.

Sailboats Out on the Hard on Saginaw Bay 1

Huron County Boating and Sailing

Here is another wonderfully produced video from LIVE Huron. This one focuses on Huron County boating and sailing opportunities with some great shots of Caseville harbor and breakwall. The videos are part of a promotional campaign produced  by Huron County Economic Development Corporation. They are short and highlight the best...

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Port Austin Lighthouse In The Winter

An amazing video of the transformation from winter to summer in the Upper Thumb of Michigan.

2014 Great Lakes Ice Coverage Was Earliest On Record 1

2014 Great Lakes Ice Coverage Was Earliest On Record

Satellite image shows ice formation occurring on Saginaw Bay. This is on the western edge of Michigan’s thumb between Sebewaing and Port Austin. Thus the outlook for another winter similar to 2013-14 looks promising. This could result in higher lake levels and less evaporation as the ice covers and protects the lakes. It also means a potential for more sun shine and bitter cold this winter.

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Caseville Harbor – A Late Season

Last one out of the harbor, roll up the docks. What it’s like being one of the last ones of the water.

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