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As many of our current Loopers are getting ready to visit our Northern neighbors, we thought it might be advantageous to replay Capt. Gene Schnagl's Blog Radio Segment on Rules and Regulations for cruisers to enter Canada

We're happy to introduce Looper Katherine Burik who is currently cruising with member Kermit Ruegamer on the East Coast. Katherine runs her business – Interview Doc – from their boat. The subject of today's Blog... more

Our Guest Hosts Jim and Lisa favors will be talking about taking a side trip up the Potomac from Chesapeake Bay.

This week's show is a rerun of our show featuring Capt. Henry Marx

Guest Mary Beth Amelia will discuss what it is like for a woman cruising the Great Loop. Learn the ins and outs, what to bring, what to leave behind, and what special things to consider, from a woman's point of view.

Our Guest hosts this week, Scott and KC Calkin will be talking about cruising the Intracoastal in Myrtle Beach and things to do while visiting that area.

Our Guest Host this week is Capt. Bob Kunath who will discuss the low-water situation in the Great Lakes and Georgian Bay and how it wil affect Loopers headed that way in the coming months.

Our show this week is a rebroadcast featuring guest host Jim Stewart from Winter Harbor Marina in Brewerton, NY. He will walk us through the steps to make our boat ready for spring cruising.

This week's show is a rebroadcast of one of America's favorite destinations: Charleston, South Carolina. Listen as Dr. Jerry Reves, former Dean of MUSC and native Charlestonian, describes where to go and what to see in the Holy City.

This is a rebroadcast of a show that originally aired in March of 2012 featuring Captain Sterling Kennedy. Capt. Kennedy talked about cruising the St. Johns River in Florida including various sites, moorings, marinas and navigation.