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Onboard is Canadian Yachting magazine’s e-newsletter that encapsulates timely and diverse news bits from both power and sailing boating lifestyle worlds across Canada.  We compile the most interesting stories we can find and deliver them to your inbox twice a month.  It’s a great way to keep in touch with what is going on in the boating world in Canada.  You’ll be surprised to see what you are missing!

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Contest closes May 31st 2015.



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