Thwartway (SE) 

5 (1 rating)
  • 44° 17' 27" N, 76° 9' 3" W / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Forbidden
  • Mooring buoys
    Available
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Rocks

  • Mud

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Unavailable
  • Snack
    Unavailable
  • Water
    Unavailable
  • Dock
    Available

Information on mooring buoys

  • Phone
  • VHF channel
  • Length
  • Seasonal
  • No
    Guest buoys
  • Number of buoys

User reviews (1 rating)

  • Shane
    Shane ~ 30/06/2021
    Foghorn Lullaby | Sailboat ~ 10.2 m

    The South bay on Thwartway (also called Leek) Island is a beautiful deep bay with clear water. There is a small dinghy dock on North edge of bay. On shore there is a clean wood chip outhouse. No garbage or other services provided here. Some trails to explore with old buildings used as respite service after World War II are gone but their stone foundations remain. You will need to use (and pay for) the provincial Thousand Island mooring balls. No easy place to anchor except in deep water. A popular anchorage on West side of the island provides a completely different vibe than this bay. It will be filled with powerboats rafted up. There is a nice little beach over there. All reachable by trails on island.

    The South bay on Thwartway (also called Leek) Island is a beautiful deep bay with clear water. There is a small dinghy dock on North edge of bay. On shore there is a clean wood chip outhouse. No garbage or other services provided here. Some trails to explore with old buildings used as respite service after World War II are gone but their stone foundations remain. You will need to use (and pay for) the provincial Thousand Island mooring balls. No easy place to anchor except in deep water. A popular anchorage on West side of the island provides a completely different vibe than this bay. It will be filled with powerboats rafted up. There is a nice little beach over there. All reachable by trails on island.

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