Your favorite gets a refresh: Canadian Boating Debuts this Month!

Canadian Boating Magazine

Nov 23, 2023

Let us introduce you to an old friend with a new look – our first ever issue of Canadian Boating magazine, formerly Canadian Yachting. Your old friend will be there as always starting with the sail review by lifetime, sailor and razor, Katherine Stone talking about the Beneteau 34.1. The power review of the Regal LS9 Surf with Volvo Penta Forward Drive by Andy Adams includes a wake surfing video clip that you can see online and lots of great photos. Our Destination in this issue will be the scenic Telegraph Cove in British Columbia written by regular contributor Marianne Scott. 

We will also have an update on the latest in the new world of electric boats and propulsion from Jeff Butler, the editor of Plugboats. As always, we bring you the interesting and informative CPS-ECP communication, The Port Hole.

The big feature in our December issue is our annual Holiday Gift Guide compiled by Associate Editor, Allegra Smith-Herriott. Another major feature is our annual Marine Electronics Feature by Editor Andy Adams. Both of those features are perfectly timed for holiday gift giving for the boaters and adventurers in your life, and as a guide to the exciting new Marine Electronics equipment that you will see at the winter boat shows this year.

All this and more in the first ever, December 2023 issue of Canadian Boating magazine!

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