Lake Champlain is 119 miles of glorious sailing. It's natural beauty is peppered with islands and is rich in American, Native American and French history. Framed to the west by the Adirondacks of New York and to the east by the Green Mountains of Vermont, flags from all over the world may be seen on Lake Champlain. It is a revered cruising ground featuring vivid sunsets and fresh water, silvery clear, bluebird-sky mornings. Fresh water allows for a pre-sail dip from the mooring if guests so desire.

From Mallett’s Bay, which is named for privateer Captain Mallett, you will enjoy a view of Camel's Hump, Mt. Mansfield, Mt. Marcy and the Adirondacks. Relax with icy drinks and homemade snacks while you lilt about in a gentle breeze. 

Mallett's Bay  Photo: Valeriano Zarro

Mallett's Bay

Photo: Valeriano Zarro