Get “Nautiguide” for Boating in Quebec

Nautiguide 2019


June 27, 2019

Edited by the Quebec Marine Association under the direction of L’Escale Nautique (producer of the magazine L’Escale Nautique and the Nautiguide Croisière), the Nautiguide is the most complete tool dedicated to navigating in Quebec, as well as Champlain lake. It costs $14.95 although QMA members get it free.

Published every year since 2008, this guide is entirely bilingual and an indispensable tool for all pleasure craft operators.

• All the marinas in Quebec
• Tide Tables
• The Safe Boating Guide from Transport Canada
• A nautical glossary
• And much more!

The Nautiguide is distributed during the annual Montreal Boat and Water Sport Show and all other events QMA attends.

It’s also possible to acquire a Nautiguide at marinas, dealers and associations that are members of the QMA as well as where they distribute the L’escale Nautique magazine.

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