May 24, 2018

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

 

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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.

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

 

Thornbury on Georgian BayJennifer Harker

To borrow a line from Monty Python, “and now, for something completely different”.

Normally, our boating adventures are spent weaving our way amongst the picturesque backdrop of the 30,000 Islands of eastern Georgian Bay aboard our Sea Ray Sundancer 268. This time we’ve traded power for sail as friends welcome us aboard their 38-foot Irwin for the Canada Day long weekend.

We’ve set our sights on a decidedly different destination for this journey, charting a course for Thornbury. This small town, located in the southern reaches of Nottawasaga Bay, is an oft-overlooked area of Georgian Bay - but it shouldn’t be. Although we’ve explored this shoreline on countless road trips, this will be our first visit from the waterside.

Read more about the Thornbury on Georgian Bay...

 

Cruisers Yachts Cantius 46The Cantius 46 is the latest evolution of Cruisers Yachts’ Cantius line – now there are five models from 42 to 60 feet. The new Cantius 46 is a great example of “easy boating” the way Volvo Penta imagined it and how Cruisers Yachts has executed it. The idea is that you just come on board, unlock the glass doors, fire it up, cast off, and enjoy - alone, with a spouse, or with a huge group.

Since the first Cantius model was introduced, Cruisers Yachts has continued to refine the concept for ever-greater convenience, more clever and innovative features, and also greater performance.

Read more about the Cantius 46...

 

 

 

 

Sun Odyssey 410By, Zuzana Prochazka

The revolution continues – with a twist

The Jeanneau 410 is the eighth generation of the Sun Odyssey line, but even with that long history and umpteen years of tweaks and iterations, what the French builder has done in the latest revamp will make you say, “Wait, what?”

 Last year, Jeanneau turned the sailboat deck layout on its ear with the introduction of their Sun Odyssey 490 and 440, and the concept of the ‘walk-around deck’.

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Ask AndrewAndrew McDonald

Last time we looked at making proper electrical connections – the tools, supplies and methods needed to make connections between components and wiring.

When planning out electrical work, one of the more common questions that I address is on the set-up, installation and sizing of breakers and fuses.

Fuses and breakers are collectively called ‘overcurrent protection’ – and these come in many different shapes, styles and sizes. Their purpose is the same: to prevent a situation where a larger than intended electrical current is running through the circuit, which puts the circuit at risk of overheating, fire and damage to equipment. 

Read More about Electrical Installations Basics...