North Coast Harbor
(Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.)
I recently sailed or "circumnavigated" Lake Erie and your website was invaluable to me. Thank you. I just wanted to be sure that you were aware that Cleveland has added a new transient marina, North Coast Harbor. It is located directly north of the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame. I believe this now makes Cleveland the premier stop on Lake Erie and perhaps in the top five of all the great lakes. Well, if you are looking for city experience that is. With the new marina the Rock Hall, the Science Museum and First Energy Stadium are less than 100 yards away. An easy jump on the Waterfront Line and you are quickly downtown and are, again, within walking distance of Progressive Field, Quickens Loan Arena and two of our major entertainment strips (East 4th & West 6th) which include comedy clubs, bowling, The House of Blues and fine dinning such at Lola's which is a restaurant by the now nationally famous Chef, Michael Symon. Just jump on one more public transport and you can either go to the second largest theater district in the country and catch a play or go to University Circle and see one of the best art museums in the country or listen to one of the finest orchestra's in the world. Lastly, I found the skyline arriving back home to be the best on Lake Erie. Cleveland is a great stop!