Canadian Yachting December is out now!

CY December 2021 Cover

Nov 25, 2021

The annual Canadian Yachting December issue is back and bursting with exciting stories, boat reviews, products, and more.

The December annual tradition Canadian Yachting Magazine focuses on marine electronics. This year, our Holiday Gift Guide returns with the marine industry’s favourite products.

Editor Andy Adams has assembled a piece on the latest marine electronics from the project managers from some of the marine industry’s major electronic companies; Garmin, B&G, Raymarine, and more. Andrew McDonald is back with an Ask Andrew segment with everything you need to know on GFCI & ELCI Circuits. Lots to discover in this issue in the marine technology world.

The holiday season is in full swing, and our CY Gift Guide has you covered. Find a collection of marvelous products ranging from timeless apparel, toys & gadgets, cabin & cockpit accessories, to unique experiences, and more. Our Santa research equips you with a highly curated Gift Guide to please everyone on your list this year.

We are also excited to announce the start of Greg Nicoll’s very own series in this December issue. Aboard Just Nick, his 1980 C&C 34, Greg starts to provide marine advice from his past and present experiences out on the water. This is Greg’s first piece in The Just Nick Files.

Boat reviews in this issue zoom in on the Azimut S6 Coupe; this stunning 60-foot luxury yacht combines sportiness with elegance and Andy Adams gives us his expert perspective. Next, Craig Ritchie reviews BRP’s new ground breaking product, the Sea-Doo Switch, a perfect entry-level watercraft for young families. Katherine Stone also brings us an expert look at the new Viko Yachts S35. Belonging to their sport design line, this yacht is impeccably constructed with promising performance out on the water.

Amy Hogue takes us to this issue’s feature destination, Quebec City. This impressive, historic city is an ideal port destination situated along the spectacular St. Lawrence River.

The issue also features an exclusive piece from Rob Mazza on the Canadian Sailing Hall of Fame 2020/21 Inductees Ceremony held back in October.

This edition is fresh off the press and is hitting the hands of our readers right on time for the Holidays. It’s not too late to subscribe to the digital version; Get yours today by clicking HERE  Ho ho ho!

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