Updated Lake Ontario PORTS Guide underway


June 9, 2022

Scheduled for Winter 2022-2023, Canadian Yachting Media is pleased to announce the upcoming release of the PORTS Cruising Guides Lake Ontario & the Thousand Islands 2023 Guide. CY Media added the PORTS Cruising Guides to their library of boating publications in 2019 and have since re-released three of the four regions published. Lake Ontario & the Thousand Islands is the fourth and final edition to be re-released under CY Media. The last Lake Ontario Guide was released in 2016.

PORTS Lake Ontario & the Thousand Islands Guide is currently updating all of Lake Ontario info including the US and Canada focusing on marinas and facilities, islands and anchorages, repair services, shopping, activities and includes GPS coordinates. The current Lake Ontario Guide is a must have and the next edition will also be an invaluable tool for cruisers.

PORTS Lake OntarioThe most valuable addition to the PORTS Guide since the CY Media acquisition is the FREE mobile app download. Each print guide comes with a single i0s/Android download for your tablet.

Since 1984, PORTS Cruising Guides have been the cruising boater’s essential companion across Canadian waterways. Whether you’re cruising Lake Ontario & the Thousand Islands, the Rideau Canal & Lower Ottawa River, the Trent-Severn Waterway & Lake Simcoe, or Georgian Bay, The North Channel & Lake Huron, you’ll find everything you need to know in PORTS. Where to dock, what to do, where to eat, where to find fuel, where to shop, where to anchor and where to find the best deals on groceries and supplies.











As the season begins, you can get your copy from selected marine retailers or online at https://www.portsbooks.com. Don’t leave the dock without it.

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