May 24, 2018

TY OnlineLook Who’s Helping to Expand our Market with Online Courses!

 

Squadron or District Hosts    
Georgian-Trent                               
GTA 
Frenchman’s Bay          
Kennebecasis    
Kingston   
Okanagan
Ottawa 
Toronto
 
 
 
Squadron Instructors/Tutors   
Blue Mountain Newmarket
Burlington North Shore
Calgary Oakville
Cape Lazo Orangeville 
Frenchman’s Bay Ottawa 
Halifax  Pender Island 
Kennebecasis Peterborough
Kingston Port Credit
London Toronto
Midland Vancouver 

 

CPS-ECP has registered Students across Canada from   
Acton Kingston Saint John
Arizona London St. John’s
Bond Head Mississauga Sturgeon Falls
Brampton Montreal Thornbury
Calgary Nanaimo Thunder Bay
Charlottetown Ottawa Toronto
Collingwood Perth Truro
Edmonton Peterborough Vancouver
Florida Port Hope Vernon 
Fredericton Red Deer Victoria  
Guyana Rothesay Wasaga Beach
Halifax  Saskatoon Winchester
Hamilton Scarborough Windsor
Kincardine Smith Falls Winnipeg

 

Learn how to become involved with our Online Programs.

Contact Carolyn Reid SN, Chair Outreach Education, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

and/or join the Ed Dept Webinar for an explanation on June 6th at 1900 EDT

 

Valvetech Bridgewater MarinaFor many years now, we have used gasoline in our cars and trucks that contains some amount of ethanol, a form of alcohol, and just as a few drops of water combine almost instantly in your Scotch, moisture from the atmosphere can combine with the ethanol in the gasoline that is in your boat’s fuel tank.

Your motor vehicle has a sealed fuel system to control evaporative losses that are a source of air pollution. Fuel is moved into the engine under pressure and any drips that might escape, drop onto the pavement. The engine is open to the pavement below. In an inboard boat, the hull is below the engine and any drips will collect in the bilge with potentially explosive consequences. 

Read more about gasoline containing ethanol......

 

  

Grand Banks 60 SkyloungeThe Canadian market has always been a tough nut for yacht designers to figure out. Summer days get really hot; other days are downright cold. There is always the chance things could change in the blink of an eye and let’s be honest, who among us hasn’t stepped off the boat wearing shorts, flip flops and a warm jacket? Canadian yachting has always been a world of contradictions, which is why designing cruising yachts for this market has never been easy. It’s not like Florida or the Med, where weather is dependable throughout the year.

 

 

Read more about the Grand Banks 60 Skylounge............

 

ILCA DinghyAustin, Texas, USA (25 April 2019) – In the wake of last month’s termination of its contract with its European builder, the International Laser Class Association (ILCA) announced today that, from 25 April 2019, all new, class-approved boats will be sold and raced under the “ILCA Dinghy” name. This change will have no impact on existing ILCA-authorized boats and equipment, which will be able to race alongside ILCA Dinghies in all class sanctioned events.


“It’s a big change for a racing class that hasn’t seen anything like this in our almost 50- year history,” said Class President Tracy Usher.

Read More about the ILCA Dinghy............


The DocksBy Katherine Stone

Docks are well-lit and wide to accommodate dock carts.

Steeped in tradition that goes back to one of the oldest towns in Canada west of Quebec City, is Penetanguishene. This bilingual community of 9,000 is located in the middle of Huronia on the southeasterly tip of Georgian Bay in Simcoe Country, Ontario. The name is believed to have been derived from Algonquin (also believed to have come from the Wendat, Abenaki and Ojibwe tribes) meaning “place of the white rolling sands”. 

Read more about the Hindson Marina..........