This is a report on our just completed 6-day charter in the Apostle Islands of Lake Superior. We chartered a 44' Jeanneau out of Port Superior marina just south of Bayfield, with me and my wife plus 4 crew for the first 3 days, and swapping out for a different 4 crew the last 3 days. Basically: we had great weather: mostly 5-10 kts of wind from the East, shifting to the W and NW over the week. Plus, a couple of bouts of exciting and unexpected weather shifts which gave a hint of danger to the trip. We started with a short leg to Presque Isle Bay on Stockton, where we anchored for the night and went for a hike. That gave the new-to-boating crew a chance to get used to the dinghy in benign conditions before we did the sea caves. The next day, up to Devil's Island, where we did 2 shifts of dinghy visits to the sea caves all around the north tip of the island. As recommended by the check-out captain, we did not try to anchor at Devil's, but tooled around with the mother ship while the dinghy was exploring. Here's the last part of one dinghy trip: More pictures to follow as I have time and internet.