overview of Rallies in general and Killbear in
Chip Cunningham [mailto:email@example.com]
I checked your link on NP Boats about the 2016 Killbear Rally and got a summary of 2013. That's OK with me, but do you have, or do you know where I can get, an update of where things stand now for this year?
From: Al [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
... Rallies are basically a series of day-sails out of a fixed location where people mostly camp and keep their boats. FYI, we are on a three-year rotation: Hermit Island, ME > Thousand Islands > Killbear – see http://wayfarer-canada.org/Rally.reports/Rallies_index.html
Since 1995, we have also had annual International Rallies (http://www.wayfarer-international.org/WIC/International.Rallies/IR_index.html) and the European W’s are apparently keen on having a US-based IR at WISP in the Thousand Islands in 2017. To accommodate that desire, the plan may be (Jim and Linda copied)to reverse that 2017-2018 order as follows: 1000 Islands > Hermit, after which we go back to the basic NA rotation: 2019 Killbear > 2020 Hermit > 2021 WISP.
At Killbear, we usually camp in the Lighthouse Point campground where we keep the boats on the beach. Daysails tend to feature Hole-in-the-Wall, Parry Sound, Franklin Island among others. Research material: http://wayfarer-canada.org/Rally.reports/2010Killbear/10Rally_reportAA.html. See also pics below
Camping at Lighthouse Point
Morning briefing from CWA Cruise Secretary, Alan Asselstine, on our beach
WIC International Secretary and USWA Commodore, Jim Heffernan, with his wife, Linda, the SKIMMER editor
Our beach offers shelter from stormy weather of most kinds.
Picnic on the ...
... Pancake Islands
The Hole in the Wall can be exciting when one meets the big tour boat coming the other way.
Homeward bound after a great day