Algoma Sailing Club
St. Mary's River,  Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
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Sail Boat Items: For Sale, Wanted to Buy, Used, or for Trade.

This free section on our website allows you to post items here and is intended for folks living within our area (Algoma District). To post or remove an item simply E-Mail our website webmaster including all the details and photos. As soon as you sell your items, please contact us to remove your listing to help us maintain up to date listings, if your items are not sold in years time, simply email us to renew the date on your items, otherwise your item could be removed from the listings. The Algoma Sailing Club provides this bulletin board as a courtesy and therefore assumes no responsibility.

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 For Sale: 26 Grampian, built in 1971 04/24/2020
26 Ft Grampian Sailboat for Sale, Built in 1971, With 10 h.p. Honda Outboard motor, Stored at Gitchee Gumee Marina, www.ggmarina.ca, $5500.00 obo for full details click here. Sailboat Ad.pdf  for more information and additional photos you can contact Katie Campbell.
For Sale: Algoma Sailing Club Pennants 03/14/2019

Algoma Sailing Club Pennant Flags, Are available for $20.00

For Sale: Book; The Lake Captain 1812 (history, fiction, 313 pages.) 03/14/2019

The Lake Captain 1812: deals with a small forgotten chapter of Canadian History during the War of 1812 which took place on Lakes Erie and Huron. The Lake Captain is all about Captain Alexander Mackintosh and his ship the Nancy, a 6 gun, eighty foot fur trader that was pressed into Royal Navy Service during the war of 1812.

Ron Burgess was a high school history teacher of 30 years and the past owner of North Huron Charters. Which operated out of Blind River with sailing charters through out the North Channel of Lake Huron. Both of these provided the background and inspiration for Ron to write his book. Ron is currently a member of the Algoma Sailing Club.

For purchasing info, email A.S.C. member Ron Burgess for more details.

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