Posts Tagged ‘Boating’

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Aluminum boats exempt for now

Aluminum boats don’t look to be a part of the on-again, off-again metal trade battle between Canada and the United States.

Angie Woodward of Marina Shores shows customer Ryan Smith a Lund in their showroom.
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Boat sales spike

Boat sales have been hot since dealerships opened up again, though likely not enough to compensate for March and April’s missing revenue.

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Satellite safety gear for your outdoor adventures

Globalstar’s personal GPS satellite messengers, SPOT X and Sat-Fi2 RAS, are at the top of every safety check list for essential outdoor gear.

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Evinrude brand discontinued

The parent company of Evinrude will stop making outboard motors to focus on its boat brands, Valcourt, Quebec-based Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) announced.

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Waterway to open June 1

The Trent-Severn Waterway will open June 1 with limited visitor access and basic services, except for a lock station in Muskoka Lakes.

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Ethanol levels rise

Ethanol levels in gasoline has increased to an allowable amount of 10%, concerning recreational off-road vehicle and marine-industry groups.

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Boats destroyed in Hamilton-area barn fire

Between 44 and 55 boats were destroyed in a Hamilton barn fire on Sunday, Jan. 19, according to local media.

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Navionics acquired by Garmin

Garmin has announced their acquisition of Navionics, a provider of marine electronic navigation charts and mobile applications.

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UPDATED: Boating bill changing angler game in shared waterways

A boating bill that will change responsibilities between Canadian customs and American and Canadian boaters is expected to receive Royal Assent and become law as early as next week.