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News & Updates
The Toronto International Boat Show has added a new feature to its boating educational roster – Women’s Day – a whole day educational opportunity for women – no matter what type of boater or at what level.
The show team has pulled together a roster of seminars and interactive sessions that will help every woman become e a better boater.
Here are two of our favourites.
Are you a trailer boater? Happy to drive the boat, or pull it out … Read More
North South Nautical Group Inc. is pleased to announce the expansion of their yacht brokerage service to Downtown Toronto and the Caribbean. Career yacht broker, Reg Bates, will be joining the NSYS team and will be dividing his time seasonally between the Toronto and St. Maarten locations.
NSYS BROKERAGE REPRESENTATION NOW EXPANDED TO
DOWNTOWN TORONTO AND THE CARIBBEAN (ST. MAARTEN)
Operating under the North South Yacht Sales (NSYS) banner, downtown Toronto and St. Maarten will be the newest areas of … Read More
If you are trying to squeak in a few more days on the water, you probably haven’t given much thought to winterizing your boat. Trust us – winter is coming.
Discover Boating Canada has a comprehensive list on How to Winterize Your Boat. We summarized the points here – to make it easier for you. Our only advice about winterizing: the time and effort you invest in winterizing will not only save you time but dollars come spring.
1) … Read More
With their low battery draw, cooler operation and sturdy construction, LED lights have become very popular with recreational boaters.
However, these same lights may also be causing poor VHF radio and Automatic Identification System (AIS) reception, according to a Marine Safety Alert recently issued by the U.S. Coast Guard.
The informational alert outlined reports received from boaters concerning radio frequency interference caused by LED lamps that “were found to create potential safety hazards.”
In some cases, the U.S. Coast Guard … Read More