About three hours sail East, down the St Lawrence from CFBKYC, you'll find Brakey Bay on Wolfe Island - as peaceful an anchorage as you'll ever want.
Brakey Bay is reasonably well sheltered from the prevailing SW winds - but beware of the North Easter. Depths are good and you can go right on in past the barn and anchor securely in 15 feet. The bottom is mixed weed and mud, so be sure to set your anchor securely.
There is a useful dinghy landing spot at the culvert located at the very head of the bay.
(If you stop by early in the morning, you may even see a deer crossing the stream.) The gravel road is a pleasant walk in either direction. Following it left leads to the pavement (Highway 96). A left turn eventually leads to half a dozen houses called "Port Metcalfe" near Quebec Head.
Swimming is just about perfect in Brakey Bay, and dinghy trips around the shore often lead to cow encounters of the mooing kind