North Channel Cruising
"I sailed the distance to Harbor Island for the first ight's anchorage and encountered a gorgeous home-built trimiran that belongs to friends of mine. They sailed circles around me and we, in tandem, sailed to the anchorage in increasingly lighter airs. They put the tri on the beach and so did I, except I dropped my stern anchor on the way in. The bottom configuration allows for the rudder tilted up and motor down to be clear of the sands. I ran an anchor ashore and considered myself home for the night in the protected cove of the larger bay of the east anchorage. Harbor Island is a bit like a horseshoe in shape with two protected bays, the east one more protected."
(Submitted by Noel Sun Jul 18, 2004 )
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