Mar 24, 2020

Canadian Yachting Media LogoHere is something that we can give to you, our News Week Digest readers that is positive, forward-looking and a refreshing change from the disturbing and negative news stories that are currently dominating the media.

We are giving you the link and email (below) for FREE to share with your customers. Adapt the message to your needs and send it to your own customer lists.

This is the full digital version of the April 2020 issue of Canadian Yachting magazine. No cost - 24-hour access - all boating – no bad news!

Boating is sure to be the “happy place” for your customers. For everyone who is “Social Distancing” or in “Self-Isolation” this could be a welcome change of pace.

So, reach out to your customers with thoughts of the summer to come. Use our draft email or create your own and send this to them.

It’s that simple. Things will get better and summer will come soon!

 

Dear Valued “Insert your business name here”,

As an avid boater in Canada, like us, you are daydreaming of summer days ahead when you can head to the boat, untie your lines and cruise to your “Happy Place”, wherever that may be.  We remain positive and we look forward to times ahead.  In the meantime, during this unprecedented time, Canadian Yachting Media would like you to enjoy a FREE Digital Subscription and the April Issue of Canadian Yachting Magazine.  An hour or two thinking about boating sure beats watching the news on television.  Go ahead, take a break, revel in a little light reading.  You deserve it:

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FREE Digital Subscriptions - April Issue

April 2020 Issue

The Port Hole: April 2020
The official publication of the Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons is distributed in each and every issue of Canadian Yachting. For more Information on the value of a CPS-ECP membership please go to http://www.cps-ecp.ca/

Top Stories

Special Feature: Safety at Sea - As we begin the Summer of 2020, Rob MacLeod discusses the importance of creating a Safety Ethos (Culture of Safety) aboard each boat, fleet, club and association. For any boater, power or sail, and especially for those who really want to get out and go cruising, this article is a must read.
By Rob MacLeod, The Informed Boater

Special Feature: Planning a Cruise with PORTS Cruising Guide - As both Editor and frequent user, Rob MacLeod reviews and emphasizes how important an up-to-date cruising guide is in planning and executing a safe and fun cruise. Canadian Yachting Media has recently acquired PORTS Cruising Guide and is in the process of updating these unique and useful resources. CY Media will update the Guide every 3 years to continue to support your cruising experience. See how Rob MacLeod uses them in his cruising plans.
By Rob MacLeod, The Informed Boater

Also in this issue

 

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