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This week Curtis Stokes returns as our Guest Host. Last week Curtis gave us tips on buying a boat. This week he will tell us how to go about selling our boat.

Our Guest Host this week is Curtis Stokes of Curtis Stokes & Associates. Curtis will be giving us some helpful tips on what to look for when buying a boat.

This week, we welcome back Captain Bob Kunath as our Guest Host. Bob will be talking about cruising Lake Michigan. The show,will be chock full of information on great anchorages, marinas, restaurants, and attractions, as well as practicle... more

It's that time of year when our annual Loopers are approaching or in the Canadian Waterways, so we thought it would be advantageous to learn more about the beautiful Georgian Bay. Our guest this week is Harbor Host for that... more

This Friday we will be rebroadcasting a show which orginally aired in June of 2011. It features Mary Kay Vrba of Dutchess County Tourism discussing things to do and see when cruising the Hudson Valley in New York State. This show is... more

Our Guest Host will be capt. Sterling Kennedy. Capt. Kennedy will give us all the info on where to stop, where to eat and what sights are not to be missed along the Erie Canal.

Our Guest Host this week, Capt. Bob Kunath, will give us much valuable information on cruising these two Canadian waterways. He will be discussing history, interesting stops, navigation tips, locking and more. Don't miss this one!

This is a replay of one of our most popular shows featuring Captains Chris and Alyse Caldwell. They will be discussing ways to improve your relationship with your "Cruising" partner.

Brian Stratton, Director of the NYS Canal Corporation and John Callahan, Deputy Director will be our guests to discuss the current status of the Erie Canal.

Our Guest Host this week will be David Grill, NY Harbor Host, who will talk about cruising New York Harbor and around Staten Island.

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