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McMichael Davis
Message From The Editor

A Lot to Sink Your Teeth Into

We have a good collection of reading for you this issue with Rob MacLeod's Ask the Experts new installment featuring Sacrificial Anodes, CY Publisher, Greg Nicoll's account of the 2015 Volvo Ocean Race in Newport and Andy and John's trip to Neptunus Yachts to grab a sneak peek of the 62 launch. In addition all details for the Port Credit Boat Show are on hand and these are the last few days to enter the Subscribe to Onboard contest as it closes on May 31st. There is much more to sink your teeth into so happy reading and please send your comments at any time to Terri Hodgson, Online Editor
Canadian Yachting magazine
thodgson@kerrwil.com
 
PCSBS May 29th
Boat Shows

Canada's Largest Spring in-water Boat Show Docks at Port Credit Village Marina May 29 - 31

Canada's largest spring in-water boat show docks at Credit Village Marina May 29, 30 and 31st, showcasing more than 70 boats, exhibits and special events and providing Ontario boaters with a head-start on summer. In its second year, the Port Credit Boat Show annually offers boaters - both power and sail - the chance to get a jump on the summer boating season, to check out the latest in marine technology and gear, and the opportunity to shop for everything they will need for the hot boating season ahead. ... Read More
 
Elif
People

North South Nautical Group Inc. Welcomes Elif Hanhan Yener

Mike Burns, President of North South Nautical Group Inc., recently announced that Elif Yener has joined the North South Yacht Sales division. "We are pleased that Elif has decided to join the NSYS group. As an avid boater, combined with a successful yacht sales background, Elif is a great addition to our sales team." stated Burns. ... Read More
 


Friday Harbour
— Advertorial —

Proximity to The City is Just One of Its Advantages

“We’ve been planning for 13 years. And for the last three years, we’ve been preparing a golf course, an inland marina on Lake Simcoe and a nature site,” explains Rumm. “It’s all about creating a place for people to enjoy 12 months a year.”

For residents of Friday Harbour, the appeal is a chance to head north and enjoy the peace and serenity of a relaxing getaway without the hassle of a long drive or taking care of a high- maintenance cottage property. “It truly is a place you can come and leave your stress and worry behind.”

At the heart of Friday Harbour will be the Marina Village. “We’re just about to build the village boardwalk — 12 buildings that will house over 550 residential units,” Rumm says. “The boardwalk will have over 50,000 sq. ft. of specialized shops and great restaurants.” The condo units are all elevated on a giant platform; owners will reside above the boardwalk and the village shops and restaurants. More


 
Ask the Experts Macleod
Ask the Experts

Sacrificial Anodes

If you want to protect both metals you need to introduce a third metal that is more active than the first two. The most active metal (zinc, aluminum or magnesium) becomes the anode to the others and sacrifices itself by corroding to protect the cathode - i.e. it sacrifices itself for the good of the other metals. ... Read More
 
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Dee Caffari
Racing

Canadian Yachting at 2015 Volvo Ocean Race

As the Publisher of Canadian Yachting Magazine I sometimes get to go behind the scenes and see how the boating community works and sometimes get to see how boats are built and races run. Just recently I had the pleasure of attending the 2014/15 Volvo Ocean Race stopover in Newport Rhode Island as a guest of Volvo-Penta America. ... Read More

Race The Cape 2015

Join the Heart of the Action - Race the Cape - July 12 to 18, 2015

Let your sailing adventure begin with five days of challenging point to point racing over 175 nautical miles in beautiful Cape Breton Island. Enjoy seven nights of legendary food, hospitality and entertainment. Going to Race the Cape but not registered yet? Get your boat registered before June 1st to save $$! Register on-line today. ... Read More
 
Kingston Steam Museum
Featured Video

Kingston Steam Museum

Andy Adams takes a video tour of the Kingston Steam Museum ... Read More
 
FLIR Lighthouse
Electronics

FLIR Releases LightHouse II Update for Raymarine MFD with Sailboat Enhancements

FLIR Systems recently announced the release of the latest update to its acclaimed LightHouse II operating system for Raymarine multifunction displays (MFDs), with advanced features designed specifically for sailboats. LightHouse II Release 14 offers multiple tools to help sailors determine the quickest, most efficient ways to navigate while racing or cruising. The free update is available for aSeries, cSeries, eSeries, gS Series, and the new eS Series line of high performance MFDs. ... Read More
 
Neptunus 62 Launch
Manufacturers

Neptunus 62 Launch

CY's Andy Adams and John Armstrong get a sneak peek of the Neptunus 62 at launch ... Read More
 
Racing Optimax
Innovation

OptiMax Diesel Reporting for Duty

Mercury Racing® is well known for its line of high performance consumer and race outboards. For the United States government, the Fond du Lac, Wisconsin-based company released a second "stealth" outboard today that will be rarely seen: the OptiMax Diesel. Developed for the U.S. Department of Defense, this exclusive spark ignited, direct fuel injected two-stroke runs on ultra-low-sulfur diesel fuel, which is readily available around the globe. ... Read More
 
CPS Cowan
CPS

CPS Benefits from Cowan Foundation's 20 Years and $20 Million Celebration

The Cowan Foundation was started in 1995 in honour of Frank Cowan, the founder of Frank Cowan Company and Cowan Insurance Group", said Maureen Cowan, Chairman and Co-CEO Princeton Holdings Limited and Chairman of The Cowan Foundation. "Although basking in accolades would have gone against his grain, we would be remiss if we didn't offer him deserved thanks for placing such importance on building community where we do business. This strong focus on our community is an important part of the culture across the Princeton Holdings group of companies. ... Read More
 
Hometown Heroes
Environment

Help Earth Day Canada Recognize Local Environmental Heroes

Earth Day Canada has launched the 2015 Hometown Heroes Award Program! This program recognizes and celebrates environmental leaders at the community level with a youth, individual, group and small business award to further their outstanding efforts. ... Read More

Enjoy Outdoor Kit

Clean Your Boat Without Harming the Environment

Imagine cleaning your entire boat, inside and out, with just fibres and water. Sound unbelievable? Introducing ENJO, (pronounced EN-YO). Made in Austria, ENJO products provide complete chemical-free cleaning for all of your cleaning needs. ... Read More
 
Champlain Legacy
Waterfront

Penetanguishene Gets $2.8 Million for Champlain Legacy Park

A man dressed as French explorer Samuel de Champlain introduces speakers during the announcement of $2.8 million in funding for the legacy park in Penetanguishene. Well, a man dressed as Champlain, anyway. The historical re-enactor was dressed in full 1600s-themed clothing and had long, brown hair tucked under a wide-brimmed hat with an orange feather. He spoke animatedly in French to a crowd of about 50 people at Rotary Park, the future site of the legacy park. ... Read More
 
Battery Point Breakwater Lighthouse
Lighthouses

Batter Point Breakwater Lighthouse, Nova Scotia

Battery Point Breakwater Lighthouse, Nova Scotia ... Read More
 
           
May 28, 2015 • Volume 4 • Issue 10
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