RECORD TURNOUT FOR THE RENDEZ-VOUS NAUTIQUE

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The 12th edition of the Rendez-vous Nautique, organized by the Montreal-based Aquanaute Training Centre, had one of its best records of attendance, with an estimate of over five hundred boats. The event took place once again on the beach of Oka National Park on the lake of Two Mountains, over a two-day period, on July 4th and 5th.

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This year, many were the new attractions, among which the Discover Boating Hands-on skill training program on boats provided by Marine Daniel Masson, demo rides on new Mastercraft boats thanks to Desjardins Marine, Flyboard demos and New World rafting races and activities.

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Classic event activities included the Ugliest Life Jacket Competition sponsored by Salus Marine Wear (now participants come prepared with incredibly old and ugly PFDs, in order to win a new jacket!), games, draws, exhibitors, Lazy-Life chill-out zone, DJ and MC entertainment.

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