Saint Peters Harbour and Saint Peters Bay Ramp, Saint Peters Village Topo Map

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This guide contains information on paddling St. Peters Harbour & St. Peters Bay Ramp, St. Peters Village. St. Peters Harbour: This launching spot is on the western end of St. Peters Bay, which extends for several miles to the east. The expansive bay is surrounded by gently rolling hills. On calm days, a shoreline paddle would be most relaxing. The open sky is dramatic.The wind usually is from the west, so if you had a second vehicle waiting at the take-out ramp at the most eastern part of the bay in the village of St. Peters, this could be an easy and speedy paddle. I have experienced the bay on days when it was perfectly still; at other times it can be turbulent. The preferred craft here is the sea kayak. St. Peters Bay Ramp, St. Peters Village: This launching spot allows you to explore St. Peters Bay from the eastern shore. Depending on time constraints, you could paddle west for several hours and end your day at St. Peters Harbour. If you are a kayak or canoe sailing enthusiast, St. Peters Bay affords one of the best opportunities on the Island—there is usually a steady breeze, and the bay is expansive. currently offers topo maps from the entire United States. We plan to expand our topomap database in the future, however this map is not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.

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Mar 2018