Happy Holidays 2014 from Canadian Yachting

Happy Holidays

As 2014 is quickly drawing to a close we want to send out a heartfelt thank you to all of our readers in print and online and followers on our social presences.  We feel quite blessed to be part of the Canadian boating community and thankful for the opportunities we have all year to connect with the growing numbers of people immersed in the boating lifestyle. 

A most sincere wish to you for a happy holiday season all across this great country.   Come and see us at the Toronto Boat Show from January 10-18 and at the Vancouver Boat Show from January 21-25.  It’s always gratifying to put names to faces so please take a moment and say hello.  

 Contact us with your thoughts and boating experiences online anytime.  We always love to hear from you.

 Terri Hodgson
 Online Editor, Canadian Yachting magazine
 thodgson@kerrwil.com

 

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