Exciting interviews and information on cruising the Great Loop!
Great Loop Radio: AGLCA Website Update & New Event Info
What's new with AGLCA? Listen to learn about our new website platform and some of its new features. We'll also share details about the upcoming Looper-palooza event in Fort Myers happening January 23-25, 2023.
Great Loop Radio: The Story of our Loop-The Wright Family, 42' Nordic Tug
What's it like for a family of four with two teenagers to cruise for a year? The Wright Family shares the story of their Great Loop adventure aboard their 42' Nordic Tug.
Great Loop Radio: Effective use of the VHF Radio
Practice makes perfect! Before starting the Great Loop, learn how to effectively communicate with other recreational boats, commercial vessels, bridge tenders, lock masters, and marinas via your VHF radio. Dave & Nan Ellen Fuller show us how.
Great Loop Radio: 2022 AGLCA Award Winners
AGLCA could not continue without support from our sponsors and assistance from our volunteers. This episode starts with an interview with Tim Konkus from the 2022 Sponsor of the Year, Delaware City Marina. You'll learn about the special services this marina provides that make it a "must stop" on the Great Loop. Then, we'll feature Dave & Claudia Fuller, winners of the 2022 Ron & Eva Stob Volunteers of the Year Award. Hear about the many things Dave & Claudia have done to support AGLCA and their fellow Loopers that earned this this award.
Great Loop Radio: The Story of our Loop-Ron & Jan-34' Nordic Tug
After 10 years of boating, Ron & Jan upgraded to a Nordic Tug 34 and completed the Great Loop over the course of 3 years, storing the boat for the winter between cruising seasons. On this episode of the Great Loop Radio podcast, they share the story of their adventure.
Great Loop Radio: Winter Storage & Winterization for Your Boat
Considering winter storage for your Great Loop boat? Tom Pirro and John Lombardi from Winter Harbor Marina talk about winter storage. They share how boats are prepared for heated storage and relaunched in spring. They also share tips on winterizing boats that will be cold stored.
Well organized and informative, but audio levels
The hostess is well informed and keeps to schedule. Even more importantly, she keeps the show guests on topic and on schedule. Only gripe is audio level management. The call in guests are very quiet, the interviewer is normal, and the intro and fade out music is deafening. Keep up the good work and add a mixing board.
Great info but...
The info on this show is excellent but certain ‘guests’ audio is not at the same level as the host so we find ourselves constantly adjusting the volume or just skipping that ep.
An essential link to anything a looper needs to know. Joining the group has been a phenomenal source of real time navigation and resources