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This tag is for questions about lakes and ponds. Use it for activities in the water, like boating, swimming, scuba diving and others. Also for viewing and/or learning about birds, animals, ecosystems and artifacts on or under the water.

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For the specific question of drifting on the Great Lakes, doing so is effectively suicide. First, there's the matter of traffic. The Great Lakes are a major shipping lane, with upwards of a hundred … into a shipping lane and be run down, without the other vessel ever being aware of your existence. Second, there's the weather. The Great Lakes are not known for their calm temperament -- every year …
answered Sep 27 '18 by Mark