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CY Magazine

June 23, 2022

Here’s a last chance offer (expires June 30) to subscribe and save 33% on Canadian Yachting magazine plus get the current June issue free.

The featured article in CY June 2022 focuses on choosing the right Marina or Yacht Club for your boating style. There is a suitable Home Port out there for everyone and you want to be sure to choose well. Maybe you are a family looking for all the amenities (and by all, we mean pool & park!) or maybe you are a young or retired couple looking to dine and find other social creatures like you. Maybe you just want to arrive and head out to set the hook immediately – this feature article will help guide you in choosing.

Also in this issue of Canadian Yachting, the Power Review is the beautiful Four Winns H4 and the Sail Review is Beneteau’s Oceanis 34.1. Also, there is great secret out there and we are going to tell you about it; Seakeeper, is a gyroscopic stabilizer designed to virtually eliminate boat roll. This impressive system will keep you feeling sturdy and secure.

Many Boaters like Country Music, ya? And what’s better than Canadian Country Music onboard, eh? Well, we interviewed Canadian Country music artist Brian John Harwood about the just released “RICH” and his ties to boating. Great read, great pics, great music – what’s not to love?

Also, West Side story, written by J.M. Smith will have you wanting to plan your next trip to the west side of Georgian Bay.

Plus, Canadian Power Squadron offers great boating articles in The Port Hole their featured supplement. Have you registered for a CPS course yet? Consider taking one before boating season – there is still time.

All that and more in the June issue of Canada’s Boating Magazine, free with your subscription on top of the six new issues per year PLUS your Bonus issue.


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