Now entering its 59th year, Quimby’s Cruising Guide has become the go-to resource for boaters traveling the rivers of America’s heartland — including the inland portion of The Great Loop.
The 250-page, spiral-bound book covers 9,436 miles on 23 waterways and features more than 1,250 individual entries for marinas, docks, locks and dams, and fuel and service facilities.
Quimby’s is updated annually using both public and expert-generated content for the utmost accuracy. It is arranged by river, then river mile, making it easy to use when routing a trip, with additional navigation notes, mileage charts, inland boating tips and local attractions making it an essential part of any onboard library.
In addition, we offer an informative email newsletter with the latest news for boaters cruising this area.
Many boaters know about America’s Great Loop, the 5,500-mile water route around the eastern half of the US. However, there is also another fabulous — although smaller and much less known — loop in the interior of the country that is ideal for trailerable cruisers. The 1,043-mile trip down the Tennessee River, up the Ohio, and then up the Cumberland River to the head of navigation makes an ideal two-week trip for a 20 – 25ft boat that cruises at 25-30 mph… Read More