Cruising in the Pacific Northwest is characterized by “gates,” or challenging bodies of water that must be traversed to get to the next cruising area. Slowboat is helping to demystify each of these gates. In this segment, Laura Domela and Sam Landsman discuss how to deal with the Strait of Georgia, the gate between the San Juan Islands and Gulf Islands to the south (and west) and Howe Sound, Jervis Inlet, Desolation Sound, and points north.
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Environment Canada Strait of Georgia South of Nanaimo
Environment Canada Strait of Georgia North of Nanaimo
Lightstation weather reports (scroll to the bottom)
Halibut Bank weather buoy
Sentry Shoal weather buoy