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Canadian Yachting Magazine

6 issues per year   |  English 5 Reviews   •  English   •   Sport (Boards & Watersports) From $4.00 per issue
Canadian Yachting is the only national publication that brings relevant lifestyle stories, travel destinations and high-end product reviews to boaters and yachtsmen in marinas and yacht clubs across Canada. Our focussed editorial on boat reviews, cruising destinations, new product profiles, safety tips and DIY, Canadian Yachting is Canada’s Lifestyle Boating magazine.

The 16-issue subscription includes 1 year’s worth of Canadian Yachting and Canadian Yachting West magazines
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Canadian Yachting

February 2024 Resources and Inspiration for Boaters – New and Old It’s the dawn of a new boating season and this year, after decades of being “Canadian Yachting” magazine, we are now “Canadian Boating” magazine. We’re featuring many of the same staff and guest writers you have enjoyed in the past, but with a bit wider view of boats and boating and a more welcoming editorial plan for new boaters of all ages. The major feature in this Canadian Boating issue is our annual 2024 Gallery of New Boats. Leading off is our writer’s choice of 22 new power boats from entry-level to grand cruisers with the latest luxury features. Then, with Katherine Stone’s annual sail “Sneak Peek”, we bring you profiles on seven great new sailboats including Cruising World’s Boat of the Year. But let’s open it up a bit. Where does an adult, new to the sport, start to “learn the ropes” about sailing, cruising or racing? Read about Katherine Stone’s own background in boating and her lifetime of involvement in the Sail Canada (SC) sailing schools across Canada. Even life-long power boaters might find they get “hooked” on sailing after reading Expand Your Horizons with Adult Learn to Sail. Let’s not forget though, we all started off as children and some of us got to go boating at an early age. In his latest story for Canadian Boating, Steven Bull, Host of Water Ways TV writes, The Kids Are Alright (on Boats). Steven shares his amusing and warm-hearted observations from boating with his young son. For those just beginning their boating life, or those looking for a change, Allegra Smith-Herriott reflects on her own life as both a power boater and a sailor in her story Did You Ever Have to Make up Your Mind? Sail vs. Power is likely one of the more debatable topics in the boating community. For newcomers entering the boating world, it can be overwhelming trying to decide how to get involved out on the water with so many opportunities available. All this and more in the February 2024 issue!


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Resources and Inspiration for Boaters – New and Old

It’s the dawn of a new boating season and this year, after decades of being “Canadian Yachting” magazine, we are now “Canadian Boating” magazine. We’re featuring many of the same staff and guest writers you have enjoyed in the past, but with a bit wider view of boats and boating and a more welcoming editorial plan for new boaters of all ages.

The major feature in this Canadian Boating issue is our annual 2024 Gallery of New Boats. Leading off is our writer’s choice of 22 new power boats from entry-level to grand cruisers with the latest luxury features.

Then, with Katherine Stone’s annual sail “Sneak Peek”, we bring you profiles on seven great new sailboats including Cruising World’s Boat of the Year.

But let’s open it up a bit. Where does an adult, new to the sport, start to “learn the ropes” about sailing, cruising or racing? Read about Katherine Stone’s own background in boating and her lifetime of involvement in the Sail Canada (SC) sailing schools across Canada. Even life-long power boaters might find they get “hooked” on sailing after reading Expand Your Horizons with Adult Learn to Sail.

Let’s not forget though, we all started off as children and some of us got to go boating at an early age. In his latest story for Canadian Boating, Steven Bull, Host of Water Ways TV writes, The Kids Are Alright (on Boats). Steven shares his amusing and warm-hearted observations from boating with his young son.

For those just beginning their boating life, or those looking for a change, Allegra Smith-Herriott reflects on her own life as both a power boater and a sailor in her story Did You Ever Have to Make up Your Mind? Sail vs. Power is likely one of the more debatable topics in the boating community. For newcomers entering the boating world, it can be overwhelming trying to decide how to get involved out on the water with so many opportunities available.

All this and more in the February 2024 issue!
read more read less
Canadian Yachting is the only national publication that brings relevant lifestyle stories, travel destinations and high-end product reviews to boaters and yachtsmen in marinas and yacht clubs across Canada. Our focussed editorial on boat reviews, cruising destinations, new product profiles, safety tips and DIY, Canadian Yachting is Canada’s Lifestyle Boating magazine.

The 16-issue subscription includes 1 year’s worth of Canadian Yachting and Canadian Yachting West magazines

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Great read

Particularly useful for those in Canada Reviewed July 16, 2019

Not just for Canada

Interesting for those anywhere not just in North America Reviewed January 30, 2018