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America's Great Loop Cruisers' Association
(AGLCA)TM is an organization of people who share a sense of adventure and a curiosity about America's Great Loop. Our association's primary purpose is to disseminate information and enhance the overall experience for those learning about, dreaming of, as well as exploring and safely cruising --America's Great Loop. Explore our site! There is much to see!
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Great Loop Radio:  Lobbyist Jerry Paul of Capitol Access along with Mike Bodin of the Marine Trawler Owners Association will give us an update on the current status of the bills filed in Florida in regards to boaters' rights to anchor.  Listen live at 10 am eastern today or on demand later.

Great Loop Radio:  Guests this week are 10-year old Lucas Pronk and 7-year-old Marcos Pronk.  The boys will share details of their Great Loop adventure so far and talk about some of their highlights.  We'll also talk about a new program AGLCA is introducing to facilitate the sharing of information among special interest groups like families doing the Loop.  Listen live at 10 am eastern today or on demand later.

Great Loop Radio:  What color is your engine oil?  Join us as Captains Chris and Alyse Caldwell of Captain Chris Yacht Services tell you what to look for to determine if your fuel and oil are contaminated.  We'll include causes and cures for several common engine oil and transmission fluid problems. 

This episode will happen live at 10:00 a.m. eastern tomorrow, February 24.  Call (877) 497-1815 with your questions for Captain Chris and we'll answer them during the show!

Great Loop Radio:  Loopers will be heading up the Atlantic Intracoastal soon as they migrate north.  Join us at 10 AM eastern as Brad Pickel, Director of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association, gives us current information on the status of the Waterway after Hurricane Matthew and how changes in Washington will effect the waterway.

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