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15th April 2024

Decision Making While Cruising

Decision making is never easy aboard a boat. If there is more than one person aboard your boat, how do…

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25th March 2024

Westview, Powell River

Westview is one of four communities that make up the town of Powell River. It’s located on the mainland side…

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11th March 2024

Page’s Resort & Marina, Silva Bay

Page’s Resort & Marina has been welcoming seagoing visitor since its beginning as a fish camp and store in the…

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4th March 2024

21 Questions for Spring

Before you start using your boat this spring, we wanted to share this checklist with best practices for spring commissioning…

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26th February 2024

Friday Harbor, San Juan Island

Each year, thousands of boaters visit The Port of Friday Harbor to enjoy the amenities of one of Washington’s largest…

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12th February 2024

Clam Bay

A large and relatively open Clam Bay is nestled between Penelakut (formerly Kuper) and Thetis islands. It’s one of those…

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29th January 2024

Navigating the Vancouver International Boat Show

Nothing can drive the chill out of frigid winter days like a boat show. Strolling past row after row of…

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16th January 2024

Happy Hour Broughton Style

Happy Hour appetizer potlucks are a unique daily social event hosted by the handful of marinas in the Broughtons and…

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2nd January 2024

Rosario Resort & Spa, Orcas Island

Cruising northwest in Orcas Island’s East Sound, the white Moran Mansion of Rosario Resort & Spa comes into view well…

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11th December 2023

Telegraph Harbour

Located in the heart of the Canadian Gulf Islands, Telegraph Harbour is a special place, with two marinas and the…

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27th November 2023

What’s in Your First-Aid Kit?

Scrapes, cuts, and bruises are all part of life on and off our boats. Being able to deal with medical…

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20th November 2023

Rules to Play By for a More Pleasurable Time on the Water

For many the dream of cruising British Columbia’s coast centers on freedom, self-reliance, adventure, discovery, challenge, camaraderie, and plain old…

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17th October 2023

Herring Bay, Ruxton Island

If you are in search of a lovely Gulf Island anchorage with white-shell beaches and interesting weather carved sandstone formations,…

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10th October 2023

Boat Cards

Boating provides the opportunity to meet different and interesting people. Boaters like to get together. It can be difficult to…

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3rd October 2023

Anchor Trip Line

A Simple Inexpensive Insurance Policy   You have most likely read or heard stories of boaters having a hard time…

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7th October 2021

Enjoying Thanksgiving on Your Boat – Tips and suggested fail safe recipes

There’s nothing quite like Thanksgiving on your boat. With fewer boats on the water, vivid fall foliage and crisp air…

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28th September 2021

Off-season Cruising Tips – A Time for Solitude and Serenity

  The off-season cruising months offer a respite as anchorages are deserted, marinas and marine park docks become our own,…

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26th July 2021

The Art of Rafting – Lots of fun but starts with serious business

Rafting is a wonderful way to socialize while at anchor, hanging on a mooring buoy or even at a dock….

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30th June 2021

Refuge Cove, West Redonda Island – Refuel, Replenish and Refresh

Refuge Cove is a tiny year-round community nestled in the heart of Desolation Sound. It serves as a centrally located…

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13th May 2020

Spot Prawns – The only thing easier than catching them is eating them

Catching Spot Prawns Harvesting a seafood meal has always been a highlight of boating the British Columbia Coast. With a…

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14th May 2019

Montague, Galiano Island: Three Mooring Options in One Harbour

For several thousand years, before recreational boaters discovered its nearly landlocked shelter, Galiano Island’s Montague Harbour was used regularly by…

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8th April 2019

HOW TO: BOATER’S BEST FRIEND

Most dogs take to boating easily, while some require a little coaxing. Here are a few tips and tricks to…

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