Boat Blurb Articles

Read the five parts Boat Blurb articles about our Rendezvous.

(Part One) 10 Days to Georgian Bay- Preparing for Departure

In June 2020 we closed the deal on Meant 2 Be while sitting at the lighthouse in Killarney. After working through the details with our broker, it all just seemed right when the Service Manager called to iron out the last few details…

(Part Two) 10 Days to Georgian Bay- Making Memories

With the boat prepped and provisions on board, we began our journey on July 16th. We would run Locks 42–45 and then we would meet up with over 30 boats for the Maple Leaf Marinas Rendezvous.

(Part Three) 10 Days to Georgian Bay- Killbear to Little Current

July 18- Our morning began with a stunning sunrise and shortly thereafter we joined a half dozen boats for a fuel run to Killbear Marina. Following our charts into Pengallie Bay we were once again greeted by friendly dock staff.

(Part Four) 10 Days to Georgian Bay- Bringing It Back Home

July 22- We woke feeling rested and ready for the next phase of the journey. As we walked along the beautiful Little Current boardwalk, we made time for a pit stop at Wally’s Dock Service and smiled at the wide array…

(Part Five) 10 Days to Georgian Bay - Lessons Learned & The Money Burned

There was never a doubt that I/we would learn a few tricks on our trip and I’ve had lots of people ask me what the trip was worth. Join me as I share both in the words that follow.


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Maple Leaf Marinas Acquires Walkers Point on Lake Muskoka

Maple Leaf Marinas will add Walkers Point to its growing portfolio of 8 locations and over 2500 in-water slips.

Maple Leaf Marinas pumps more than $10K for hospital

Five participating Ontario marinas donated ten cents for every litre of fuel sold to the Georgian Bay General Hospital Foundation.

Maple Leaf Marinas acquires three more full-service marinas

Maple Leaf Marinas (MLM) is pleased to announce the successful acquisition of three full-service marinas located on Georgian Bay.