Rain gear/foulies - Especially if you do not have a bimini and dodger.
Bug spray - for hiking, paddling or just sitting outside in some places.
Bear spray - In recent years there have been a few isolated incidents of a bear invading a few boats at anchor. The bear at issue was killed, but it might be prudent to bring along some bear repellent, just in case. Bear repellents are allowed to be brought into Canada, but the specifications state that bear spray must have USEPA on the label.
Sun Protection - The sun is very intense on the water, so use sunscreen or long sleeves and have a wide brim hat.
First Aid Kit - You never know when you or someone else will need a band-aid.
Camera/Cell Phone Camera - Especially if this is your first trip, you’ll want to save the memories.
Walking/Hiking Shoes - Make sure to have good shoes for climbing on the rocks or hiking into town.
Dinghy Bingo Prizes - This is always a fun group activity. The host boat calls the numbers, while everyone else sits in their dinghies with their markers and bingo cards. If you wish to participate, we ask that you bring 1 bingo prize per person playing on your boat (Prizes should be worth ~$5 and a little humor is OK).
Charts - Charts are available at Turner’s store in Little Current and here: https://www.charts.gc.ca/index-eng.html