Waterways Episode 5: the historic hotbed of boating in Muskoka

This week Water Ways checks out the historic hotbed of boating in Muskoka. For 150 years this has been a lake-lover’s paradise. From North America’s oldest operating Steamship, the RMS Segwun, and it’s sister-ship the Wenonah II to Canada’s largest Antique & Vintage Boat Show the history is one you can experience, not just read about.

Then, to prove Personal Watercraft, like the Yamaha WaveRunner, is more than just a toy, Steve spends the day with his wife and 7-year old sun exploring the lakes of Huntsville before sharing the “ultimate trailer tip”! 

To up the excitement even more, not only is the free weekly SWS Ski Show featured, but Steve gives flyboarding and wake surfing a try.

Catch it all Saturday October 21 on Global TV! 

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