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Great Loop

Our stories about Great Loop cruising can be found here. The Great Loop is a 5,000-mile route that essentially circumnavigates the East Coast of the United States, using the Intracoastal Waterway, Hudson River, Erie Canal, the Great Lakes and the Illinois, Mississippi and Tennessee Rivers. “Loopers,” as they are often called, are a true Baby Boomer phenomenon, and many of them join the American Great Loop Cruisers Association and do the Loop multiple times.

The PDQ Great Circle Passagemaker

An armada of PDQ’s power cats tackles high winds and rough seas on Lake Ontario, 33 locks on New York’s canal system and the mighty Hudson River. Every once in awhile I get an invitation that is simply too much fun to pass up. I’ve…

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