Cantius 42The boating season in Canada appears so short, especially from our perspective here in November.

Salted Caramel Apple CrumbleEasy, quick, tasty.....ticks all the boxes....give it a try!





One Pot CasseroleThese two galley-friendly recipes were provided by Lynn Lortie from the galley of Adamant 1 as Lynn and her husband, Pat, set out for their second Great Loop adventure and three years of sailing on their home made vessel...



Awesome Pasta Salad

A couple of delicious summer recipes to help keep you out of the galley as much as possible and in the sunshine...





Adamant AppsOn a gorgeous sunny May evening recently, the Canadian Yachting staff were treated to an evening sail aboard Lynn and Pat Lortie’s Adamant 1, complete with delicious snacks and Lynn’s custom audio soundtrack, which may have taken us back a few years...



Cheddar Onion BurgerA recipe of perfection when heading out for a weekend cruise...easy to prepare and delicious...


Beef StewThick beef stew you can make in any galley, over a campfire or at home.  Good eaten from a bowl or poured over biscuits. Substitute lamb and voila!...Irish stew!!...

 

 

Hot Cocoa CookiesIf you are ready to start your Holiday baking or just plain need a great chocolate fix these decadent cookies might be the thing for you...

 

 

 

Teriyaki Salmon with Sriracha Cream Sauce

An easy salmon dish with homemade teriyaki sauce and a Sriracha cream sauce that will knock your socks off!

 

 

Tomatoe Pesto Tortellini SoupSoup season is in full swing and this Tomato Tortellini Soup with Pesto is just the recipe to warm your belly.  Any recipe that lends itself to a slow cooker and very little prep is a galley recipe for sure.  This dish combines comfort on cool fall days with ease of preparation and surprisingly terrific taste.

J99By Katherine Stone

All set to pull out the Code 0 before dousing the jib.

It was a very cold and wet beginning to the summer and we never thought it would arrive in Southern Ontario. Doing a 100 miler race on Lake Ontario (billed as the COOLEST race on the lake) with my 8 layers of thermal clothing, woolen ski toque and ski mittens, along with a neck warmer kept me on the edge all night, just out of frostbite reach. I shouldn’t have complained, as we also had wind!

July and August arrived, and it has certainly warmed up, in fact, its too warm, AND we don’t have wind. We are now counting 5 Wednesday nights in a row without wind to race. 

Read more about the J99 Offshore Shorthand Speeder.....................

 

Wellcraft 242 FishermanBy Andy Adams

Boat buyers are gravitating to the latest centre console boats for a wide range of reasons but for the Wellcraft 242 Fisherman, you can sum it up by saying it’s about features, style and value.

This great-looking boat is just as capable on a family picnic cruise as it is doing serious blue water fishing. A wide range of options let the buyer tailor the boat for their specific interests, but it’s all there to choose from. Our test boat was well-equipped for that comfortable cruise with easy access via the swim platform and through the transom gate into the cockpit.

Read More about the Wellcraft 242 Fisherman..................

Port Severn's Lock 45Blake Marchand


As the final link between Lake Ontario and Georgian Bay, Port Severn’s Lock 45 is the gateway to the beautiful Trent-Severn Waterway. The first and smallest lock to be constructed on the Severn portion, Lock 45 is entrenched in Canadian History and is worth the trip in itself. However, it is the waterway and its idyllic surroundings that will keep you coming back.

The canal connects Lake Ontario and Lake Huron with an eastern terminus in Trenton and a western terminus in Port Severn. Its amazing natural waterways include the Trent River, Otonabee River, The Kawartha Lakes, Lake Simcoe, Lake Couchiching and Severn River.

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