Using beautiful images Alexei will show you how with his wife Elena they sailed from Toronto via Lake Eerie and Manitoulin Basin of Lake Huron to Lake Superior. They sailed along the North shore of the Superior visiting accommodating Quebec Harbour on Michipicoten Island, wild and dangerous beauty of Puckasaw River, foggy and enigmatic Slate Islands and arrived to Thunder Bay, the most West point of St. Lawrence Sea Way. On the way back they anchored in many beautiful coves and bays seeing very few people around but had numerous encounters with wild life. They crisscrossed the North Channel and Georgian Bay of Lake Huron and motored though Trent-Severn Waterway on the rout to Lake Ontario and their home bay of Aquatic Park Sailing Club.
Alexei Pashkevich is by education and experiences an aquatic ecologist. For many years he has worked as a research scientist on the lakes and rivers of the USSR. In recent years, Alexei and his wife Elena have completed numerous trips to the 1000 Islands Park and many ports on Lake Ontario. They sailed from Toronto to Quebec City and back and later they cruised from Toronto to Thunder Bay and returned through the North Channel and the Trent-Severn Waterway. He works as a Sailing Instructor and has registered his Sailing School: www.glsailingschool.com. He has used his photography to capture special moments during his travels, the beauty of the Canadian wilderness, and the free spirit of sailing. Examples of his photographs are available at naschaphoto.weebly.com