BIC Feb 2016 Issue

Don’t miss the winter issue of Boating Industry Canada magazine, featuring Al Donaldson bidding bon voyage to Boating Ontario after 16 years at the helm and taking some time to reflect on some of the landmarks association has recognized over his years there. As Janet Bauer steps onboard as the new leader she gives us a glimpse into what she hopes to be able to accomplish for Canada’s largest boating association.  Jon Moles of Toronto Yacht Services details advantages that you may not yet be aware of to re-powering your vessel.  ABYC has some fun with new H-31 seat testing and you can catch up with the NMEA Conference’s CEO panel as they look back at the industry for 2015.

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