Luxury Yacht Charters Offer Unique Way to View the North Channel of Georgian Bay

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Luxury Yacht Charters Offer Unique Way to View the North Channel of Georgian Bay. There are now several companies offering charter yachts in Georgian Bay and the North Channel according to Boating Georgian Bay, a comprehensive guide to boating Georgian Bay.

Yacht World Magazine named Georgian Bay's North Channel to be in their top 10 cruising destinations of the world. Private yachts from all over the world make a pilgrimage to the North Channel every summer to view the majestic beauty and unusual rock topography that makes Georgian Bay unique from any other boating destination in the North America. The entire area is rich in history including old lighthouses, small town Victorian architecture, first nation's settlements and the anchorages that are among the most isolated and beautiful in the world. Several areas like the Benjamin Islands and Baie Fine Fiord "Pool" are known as very popular North Channel destinations, but truth be known, there are hundreds of anchorages that would qualify for postcard quality pictures boasting windswept pines, turquoise waters, white quartz cliffs and wave sculpted shorelines. For those who are not fortunate enough to have their own yacht on Georgian Bay, there are a number of excellent luxury yacht charter companies operating in Georgian Bay and the North Channel, according to Mark Coles, of Boating Georgian Bay (, a comprehensive online information source for all things Georgian Bay.

There are now several companies that offer luxury yacht charters in the Georgian Bay & North Channel world class cruising grounds. If you are already a boater from anywhere in the world you can easily travel to this area and bareboat charter both sail or power yachts and experience this beautiful cruising destination without the trouble of moving your boat hundreds of miles or perhaps across oceans to see this spectacular location in the heart of Ontario Canada. Boaters from Michigan and Illinois cruise by the hundreds every summer to the North Channel, perhaps not realizing that they can charter a beautiful luxury yacht on site for less than the price of the fuel cost of moving their own boat there.

 If you've never set foot on a boat before you can charter fully crewed yachts at a reasonable cost - competitive with any quality land based vacation, but you will be rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous who visit the area in their own yachts. Your Captain will see to it that your cruise is trouble free and that every meal is a gourmet experience and cocktails are fittingly served at anchor with every perfect sunset. This is a lifetime experience and this type of adventure is one that should be on every persons bucket list if they've ever dreamed of cruising on a private yacht. Both power and sailboats range in size from 33' to 50' but the one thing in common is they are all meticulous in their maintenance of their yacht fleets.

Boating Georgian Bay  is an excellent site to get a taste of what Georgian Bay and the North Channel has to offer those that wish to experience the area. Spectacular photography provides a window in to the same type of scenery that you can expect to see on your visit. There is also a section that features yacht charter information and links to charter companies.   

Contact Information:

Mark Coles
Boating Georgian Bay
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PO Box 525
Minden ON K0M 2K0
(705) 286-3656
About Boating Georgian Bay: Whether planning to cruise Georgian Bay for a day, a week or a season, click on to keep up to date with the latest Georgian Bay news and events, and to research all boat related services in the Georgian Bay area. With interesting articles, spectacular photography and a live twitter feed, Boating Georgian Bay is an up-to-the-minute online directory, offering a wealth of useful information for Georgian Bay boaters, including favorite anchorages, marinas, weather, port history, restaurants, and so much more. For further information or to advertise on Boating Georgian Bay call 705 286-3656 or visit


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