Digital Versions Online Now for Canadian Yachting National and West Editions

Free and available at your convenience, the digital editions of the national version of  Canadian Yachting and our Canadian Yachting West editions are both available for your enjoyment. Just click here: Canadian Yachting National, Canadian Yachting West

Canadian Yachting West is substantially different from the national edition of Canadian Yachting with a wealth of West Coast cruising, destination and regional information specialized to that audience.

Of course, the Power Squadron’s member newsletter, The Porthole runs nationally as do the valuable technical articles on Engine Room, Electronics and Safety as well as all the new powerboat and sailboat reviews.

Take a moment to check out the latest issues and have a look at the differences to! Just click here: Canadian Yachting National, Canadian Yachting West

Both Canadian Yachting magazine and our national trade publication, Boating Industry Canada are always converted into full and complete digital editions including hotlinks to advertisers and companies referenced in the articles and in the advertising.

The latest issue of Boating Industry Canada is also online for your enjoyment and future reference. Check them all out today, refer back to them later and also, print out, share an email to your friends!

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While the Day on the Hill lobby session has been a key activity for NMMA Canada for many years now, I feel that the event hit a new high in the 2024 session in Ottawa on May 27 and 28th.

Lead by Executive Director Marie-France MacKinnon and executed by her team and their public affairs firm, BlueSky Strategy Group, the results were impressive. The NMMA Canada Board of Directors were organized into teams with business interests and special skills matched up to politicians and senior bureaucrats to most effectively present the marine industry’s agenda of issues. 

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The Hydrobike, a key concept that embodies a vision for the future

DECATHLON, determined to erase the boundary between land and water, introduces its latest forward-thinking concept: the HydroBike. This innovation from the French sports giant aims to democratize access to nature while staying ahead in the transformation of their business model. 

The initial assessment: paddle sports are often inaccessible to less experienced individuals, assuming the acquisition of paddling skills.

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Compass works when electronics don’t

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Even in the event of an onboard power failure, a Ritchie Navigation SuperSport Helmsman SS-1002 magnetic compass still works. Plus, when the vessel is moving slowly in fog or while trolling, it can do something a GPS can’t: show the actual heading in real time. As a back-up to modern electronics, it’s a vital navigational tool that belongs on every commercial and recreational boat.

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