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CPS-ECP Announces New First Year Membership Qualifications and Membership Fees

The Membership Committee submitted a proposal to Excom and the Board of Directors to clearly identify the Qualifications, and standardize First year Membership Fees… Read More


Last Chance to Submit Nominations for CPS-ECP Volunteer Awards

Worthy CPS-ECP volunteers have worked over the last year to advance the mandate and mission of CPS-ECP and contributed to making sure that more and more boaters on our waterways… Read More

Long Weekend

May 2 - 4 Long Weekend, Let's Get On The Water - Carefully!

Ah, long weekends. There are only four during the summer so each one is cherished by Canadians but this one coming up carries special significance for boaters and cottagers. Read More


CPS-ECP History 1978 - 1988

Truth being told the legal action was between one woman, Mrs. Marilyn Hinden who wanted to become a member of a New Jersey squadron and the United States Power Squadron… Read More
The Moorings
No Discharge Zone Map

Puget Sound is now a no-discharge zone for vessel sewage

A No Discharge Zone (NDZ) for Puget Sound and certain adjoining waters has been established. Boats may not release sewage, whether treated or not. Read More

C-Tow's first run of the season

New operators at C-Tow Comox

Pasha Barlak and Melissa Curtis of Global Navigation Services Ltd are the new operators of C-Tow Comox; a 24-hour on-water towing and assistance for recreational boaters. Read More
Refit Westerly

A major refit "Westerly" is ready for the 75th addition of the SwiftSure International Yacht Race

Joy and Stuart Dehlgren of UK sailmakers in Sidney BC own the Santa Cruz 70, Westerly. With an overall length and 68 feet, beam of 15 feet… Read More
White Sails

From the Helm of Adamant 1 - Blog 18 - May 2018 - Man-O-War Cay

Our favorite, Man-O-War Cay, is home to the Albury Boat Building empire. They have been building boats for over 100 years, and though they have moved from building wooden boats... Read More
Old Varnish
Ask Andrew

How to Keep your Brightwork Bright

In the early spring, just after launch, with the hustle and bustle of engine checks, antifouling, polishing and marking sling-locations behind us, boaters soon turn to the aesthetic… Read More
GA OH Chinook
Interesting Stuff

Upcycled bags

Natalie Tessier runs her home workshop near the St. Lawrence in Montreal. After a career of many years in arts management, she made a big move four years ago starting her own business… Read More
Reggae Party

Antigua Sailing Week wraps up on the dance floor

One Hundred and sixteen teams from 37 different countries raced in the 51st edition of Antigua Sailing Week including seven wearing Canadian colours. Read More
CY Digital
Mike Milner

Mike Milner debuts as Sail Canada High Performance Director

Sarah Douglas, Radial; Brenda Bowskill, Radial; Tom Ramshaw, Finn, Mike Milner, Sail Canada HPD and Walker Moffat. Ontario Sailing team, 29er and Nacra 15 Last Friday… Read More

Canadian Sailing Hall of Fame

2018 Canadian Sailing Hall of Fame announces inductees

The Canadian Sailing Hall of Fame and the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston announce the 2018 Inductees… Read More
May 10, 2018 • Volume 3 • Issue 9
Hanse Yachts
Dock Links
The Moorings
Neptunus Yachts
Skippers Plan
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