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Sarnia is located in Ontario, Canada on the border with the United States and across the Bluewater Bridge from Port Huron, Michigan.  Members of Sarnia Power and Sail Squadron boat out of the communities of Brights Grove, Camlachie, Corunna, Forest, Grand Bend, Mooretown, Petrolia, Point Edward, Port Franks, Sarnia, Wyoming, Strathroy and much of Lambton County.  Whether powerboat, sailboat, personal watercraft, jet boat or paddler, Sarnia Squadron Members are often found boating on Lake Huron, Lake Erie, and Lake St. Clair as well as the Detroit River and St. Clair River.  Others cruise to the North Channel, Georgian Bay, the Trent-Severn Waterway and Lake Ontario.  Local marine facilities to Sarnia include: Bridgeview Yachting Centre, Sarnia Bay Marina, Sarnia Yacht Club and Lake Huron Yachts.

Sarnia Squadron

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Squadron Snapshots - 2002

Boaters from the Sarnia Area take the BoatPro Course and Graduate with their PCOC (Pleasure Craft Operators Card)

January 23, Sarnia, Ontario

Ron Boire, Paul Campbell, and Gerry O'Neil of Sarnia Squadron receive the Safe Boater Award from CPS, Western Ontario District.

April 20, Sarnia, Ontario

CPS Representatives from around Western Ontario gather to administer the business of our District.

May 22, Wardsville, Ontario

Excited Sarnia Squadron Members make a new discovery during the "International Co-operative Charting Cruise" courtesy of USPS (Port Huron Squadron) aboard USNSCS Gray Fox.

June 1, St. Clair River, Michigan/Ontario

Members of Western Ontario District and Sarnia Squadron serve up "Back Bacon on a Bun Eh!" to our friends in USPS at their D9 Rendezvous.

June 21, Port Huron, Michigan

The boats line up in picturesque Wallaceburg at the Western Ontario District Rendezvous.

June 29, Wallaceburg, Ontario

Al and Owen celebrate Canada Day at the District Rendezvous in Wallaceburg.

June 30, Wallaceburg, Ontario

District Commander, Jeff Evans diving on the shipwreck Wexford off of Bayfield.

July 13, Bayfield, Ontario

Sarnia Squadron's "Party of Five" stop for a photo op while boating in Georgian Bay.

August 4, Britt, Ontario

Sarnia Squadron Members raft off in a favourite anchorage.  Tom Fischer must be a mountain goat to get this picture!

August 8, Covered Portage Cove, Ontario

Liz and Steve Davis enjoy a laugh at the Sarnia Squadron Pig Roast.

August 22, Sarnia Yacht Club, Ontario

Tom Fischer demonstrates the finer points of being towed on fine August afternoon.  Wait, is that a sailboat passing him?

August , Lower Lake Huron, Ontario

If you have pictures of Squadron events that we may use, e-mail them to webmaster.

 

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Sarnia Power & Sail Squadron is a unit of

Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons - Escadrilles canadiennes de plaisance

national web site: www.cps-ecp.ca

Our Pennant showing our location within the Great Lakes Region.

Western Ontario District

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