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Richelieu River South - Lake Champlain Nautical Station,

Right on the Canada-U.S. border, at the southern entry of the Chambly canal is the Richelieu River South - Lake Champlain Nautical Station. The area is noteworthy both for its very active nautical industry and its rich maritime heritage, including the Fort Lennox national historic site. The river itself offers cross-border access, allowing boaters to sail down the Saint-Lawrence to the United States. Diving fans can explore wreck sites while kitesurfers and sailboaters can enjoy magnificient Lake Cha,plain. A wide variety of fish is available to sports fisherman and the station also offers some superd cruise opportunities. The region's cultural vitality, its bike paths, foot trails and heritage tours are guaranteed to satisfy!

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Access Facilities

Boat Launching Ramps
Launching Ramps for Small Boats
Marinas, Sailing Clubs, Boating Clubs and Ports
Anchoring Areas
Ferrys and River Shuttles
Wharfs/Banks Fishing

Where to ?

Swimming
Kitesurfing and Windsurfing
Surfing
Scuba Diving
Kayak – Blue Routes
Lighthouses
Museums and Historical Sites
Interpretation, Observation and Shows
Whale Watching

Nautical Activities

Sailing
Water Skiing, Wakeboarding and Knee-boarding
Dragon Boats, Paddling and Canoe/Kayaking
Kite Surf and Windsurfing
Surf
SUP (Stand-Up Paddle)
Sea Kayaking
Scuba Diving and Snorkeling
Day Fishing
Fishing Tours
Guided Tours
White Water Rafting and Rafting
Sea Kayaking Expeditions
Sea Tours
Cruises
Canyoning

Rentals

Personal Water Craft
Power Boats
Sailboats
Kite Surf, Windsurfing Boards
Water Ski, Wakeboard, Wakesurf and Kneeboard
Surf
Canoes, Kayaks
Rabaskas
Pedal Boats
SUP
Diving Equipement
Others