Enjoy boating aboard one of Bay City's own Tall Ships, the Appledore IV and Appledore V. We offer river sails, dinner sails and sails on Saginaw Bay.
Photo courtesy of Bay City CVB
Lift the sails and let the deep waters of the Great Lakes as well as Michigan’s bounty of inland lakes tempt you to while away an afternoon against a backdrop of alluring scenery, mesmerizing sounds and amazing adventure. America’s third coast---Michigan’s 3,200-mile freshwater coastline---is a sailor’s delight. The Great Lakes--Huron, Michigan, Superior and Erie--and Lake St. Clair are spectacular on their own. Add sandy beaches, rocky and forested shores, historic lighthouses, populated and remote islands, waterfront villages and port cities—now you have an irresistible Michigan sailing adventure.
Old salts and landlubbers alike are tempted by the deep waters of the Great Lakes as well as Michigan’s bounty of beautiful inland lakes. For sloop or sunfish, services are plentiful. State, local and other governmental units administer more than 80 Great Lakes harbors and marinas , as well as public access sites on inland lakes. Private companies cater to sailors with charter yachts, transient dockage, fuel, dining, shopping and entertainment options.
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