Event: Victoria Day Cruise
We Have Fun!
May 16, 2018 ends May 21, 2018
Pilots--George and Sally Larson; Co-pilots--Jeff and Angie Johnson.
Space at the Causeway Docks in the Inner Harbor is limited, although rafting is permitted for boats that are less beamy and additional options may be available. Please remember that participation in the Victoria Day boat parade/review on Sunday is required for all boats participating in the Victoria Day Cruise.
RSVP to Jeff Johnson.
“Canned potatoes, a few eggs, and dried and packaged food of all varieties are allowed when crossing the border but keep in mind fresh, unpackaged fruit is not permitted. However, you can cross the border with up to 11 pounds of fresh beef per person in the vehicle, so if you have friends in Canada who wants some Grade-A American Beef, you can load up the car and head on up.
In terms of traveling with alcoholic beverages, you can only bring one of the following: one and a half liters of wine, 24 12-ounce cans or bottles of beer, or 40 ounces of liquor. For tobacco, you can either bring 200 cigarettes (10 packs) or 50 cigars—including Cuban cigars, which are not banned in Canada like they are in the States.
Fresh fruits and vegetables, including bananas and banana peels, as well as dog or cat food containing beef or lamb byproducts, are prohibited at the Canadian border. Agents will likely simply throw these items out if they are discovered. “