Visit CPS-ECP at An Upcoming Boat Show for VHF Radio Course Discount and Icom Equipment Giveaway!

CHF Radio

Jan 11, 2024

$100 Maritime Radio Course and ROC-M card


The Restricted Operator Certificate is a government-issued certificate that allows you to legally operate your marine VHF radio. The certificate is required for all operators of marine radios.

Take our Maritime Radio Course and learn how to effectively communicate!

Offer ONLY available for those who picked up the code at our booth (locations below) for our self-study, online course. Codes will expire. Regular price $125.

Win A $1000 ICOM Radio Bundle!

Enter for a chance to win an Icom M510 Fixed Mount VHF with Wireless Smart Device Operation and a CT M500 External Interface Box with NMA2000. Valued at $1000. Fill out at ballot at our booth for your chance to win!

Visit a Canadian Power and Sail Squadron booth for discounts and entry.

Boat Shows and Locations

  • Toronto Show, Jan 19-28 Find us at > Booth G-639 Boater’s Resource Centre  
  • Vancouver Show, Jan 31- Feb 4 Find us at > Booth 105
  • Halifax Show, Feb 1-4 Find us at > Booth 115
  • Montreal Show, Feb 8-11 Find us at > Booth 1008
  • Calgary Boat Show, Feb 9-11 Find us at > Booth 112
  • Ottawa Boat Show, Feb 22-25 Find us at > Booth TBA
  • London Boat Show, Feb 22-24 Find us at > Hully Gully Dealership
  • Moncton Show, Mar 22-24 Find us at > Mezzanine

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