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The Engagements on Lake Ontario encompass the prolonged naval contest for control of the lake during the War of 1812 . Few actions were fought, none of which had decisive results. The contest essentially became a naval building race, sometimes referred to sarcastically as the "Battle of the Carpenters."

When war was first declared, the British had an early advantage on the Great Lakes in that they possessed a quasi-naval body, the Provincial Marine . Although not particularly well manned or efficient, its ships were initially unopposed on Lake Erie and Lake Huron , and made possible the decisive early victories of Major General Isaac Brock .

The British began building two corvettes to match Madison , one each at Kingston and York . Their efforts were hindered, especially at York, by disputes between shipwright Thomas Plucknett, who had been selected by Lieutenant General Sir George Prevost , the Governor General, to superintend the work, and officers such as Captain Andrew Gray, a staff officer in the Army in Upper Canada. Plucknett's work was reckoned to be disorganised, as was that of the shipwright at Kingston, who was dismissed and replaced by the more experienced Daniel Allen. [3] Allen in turn was removed after fomenting disputes over working conditions in March 1813. [4]

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For a whole week-end Watersport and Music lovers from all over the world meet at this incredible location to enjoy the Wild Atlantic Way, the scenery, the people and the Magic! Be ready for the adventure, be ready for the show, Be ready for the Burning Lake, day and night!

Times
Friday: 6pm-12:30am
Saturday: 10am-12:30am (free from 10am to 5pm)- After Party at Wavecrest until 2:30am
Sunday: 10am-5pm (Free entry)

*BY CLICKING "SUBMIT" YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU ARE SIGNING THE  AGREEMENT AND WAIVER  FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY, AND INTEND BY YOUR ACCEPTANCE TO BE A COMPLETE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF ALL LIABILITY TO THE GREATEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW.

*You must be over 18 years of age OR the parent/legal guardian of a minor under 18 years of age OR the legal guardian of an incapacitated and/or mentally challenged person in order to agree to the text above.

The Engagements on Lake Ontario encompass the prolonged naval contest for control of the lake during the War of 1812 . Few actions were fought, none of which had decisive results. The contest essentially became a naval building race, sometimes referred to sarcastically as the "Battle of the Carpenters."

When war was first declared, the British had an early advantage on the Great Lakes in that they possessed a quasi-naval body, the Provincial Marine . Although not particularly well manned or efficient, its ships were initially unopposed on Lake Erie and Lake Huron , and made possible the decisive early victories of Major General Isaac Brock .

The British began building two corvettes to match Madison , one each at Kingston and York . Their efforts were hindered, especially at York, by disputes between shipwright Thomas Plucknett, who had been selected by Lieutenant General Sir George Prevost , the Governor General, to superintend the work, and officers such as Captain Andrew Gray, a staff officer in the Army in Upper Canada. Plucknett's work was reckoned to be disorganised, as was that of the shipwright at Kingston, who was dismissed and replaced by the more experienced Daniel Allen. [3] Allen in turn was removed after fomenting disputes over working conditions in March 1813. [4]

*BY CLICKING "SUBMIT" YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU ARE SIGNING THE  AGREEMENT AND WAIVER  FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY, AND INTEND BY YOUR ACCEPTANCE TO BE A COMPLETE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF ALL LIABILITY TO THE GREATEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW.

*You must be over 18 years of age OR the parent/legal guardian of a minor under 18 years of age OR the legal guardian of an incapacitated and/or mentally challenged person in order to agree to the text above.

*BY CLICKING "SUBMIT" YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU ARE SIGNING THE  AGREEMENT AND WAIVER  FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY, AND INTEND BY YOUR ACCEPTANCE TO BE A COMPLETE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF ALL LIABILITY TO THE GREATEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW.

*You must be over 18 years of age OR the parent/legal guardian of a minor under 18 years of age OR the legal guardian of an incapacitated and/or mentally challenged person in order to agree to the text above.

The Engagements on Lake Ontario encompass the prolonged naval contest for control of the lake during the War of 1812 . Few actions were fought, none of which had decisive results. The contest essentially became a naval building race, sometimes referred to sarcastically as the "Battle of the Carpenters."

When war was first declared, the British had an early advantage on the Great Lakes in that they possessed a quasi-naval body, the Provincial Marine . Although not particularly well manned or efficient, its ships were initially unopposed on Lake Erie and Lake Huron , and made possible the decisive early victories of Major General Isaac Brock .

The British began building two corvettes to match Madison , one each at Kingston and York . Their efforts were hindered, especially at York, by disputes between shipwright Thomas Plucknett, who had been selected by Lieutenant General Sir George Prevost , the Governor General, to superintend the work, and officers such as Captain Andrew Gray, a staff officer in the Army in Upper Canada. Plucknett's work was reckoned to be disorganised, as was that of the shipwright at Kingston, who was dismissed and replaced by the more experienced Daniel Allen. [3] Allen in turn was removed after fomenting disputes over working conditions in March 1813. [4]

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For a whole week-end Watersport and Music lovers from all over the world meet at this incredible location to enjoy the Wild Atlantic Way, the scenery, the people and the Magic! Be ready for the adventure, be ready for the show, Be ready for the Burning Lake, day and night!

Times
Friday: 6pm-12:30am
Saturday: 10am-12:30am (free from 10am to 5pm)- After Party at Wavecrest until 2:30am
Sunday: 10am-5pm (Free entry)

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