Aaaaaaaand the Winners Are! VHF Contest Winners

VHF Contest Winners


Canadian Yachting is pleased to announce the winners of their VHF Radio and Course contest!  In order to qualify entrants signed up for a free subscription to Canadian Yachting’s Onboard e-newsletter, distributed twice monthly.  The 25 per year boating lifestyle newsletters are chock full of Canadian boating information you will need, covering both sail and power.

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This year’s winners are as follows:

VHF Radio:  Lavarre Taylor of Ontario and George Wansbrough of Quebec.

VHF Radio Course:  Pieter Koppes of Quebec, Al Hinge of Ontario.

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