New resource for boating the Great Lakes Seaway Trail onlineby jmaloni
Boaters interested in
recreational port-hopping along the Great Lakes Seaway Trail National Scenic
Byway will find a new online resource at the ready with photos and service
listings. A series of expansive new aerial photos of the 518-mile-long coastal
byway's 24 major harbors is found online at http://www.seawaytrail.com/boating/.
The Great Lakes Seaway Trail-signed highway route, which spans the freshwater shoreline of New York and Pennsylvania, is an internationally recognized water route for leisure boating.
Each photo of the byway's harbors is accompanied by a list indicating which of 14 services are found there. The list includes transient and seasonal docking, launch facilities, gas, diesel, repairs, pump-out, electric and water service, grocery, and nearby restaurants, lodging, attractions and shopping.
The website at http://www.seawaytrail.com/ also lists five distinct underwater discovery sites for scuba divers.