COVID-19 Reflection: One Week After Gananoque

The COVID-19 pandemic has pervaded nearly every walk of life, and boating has been no different. Marinas, normally bustling centres of aquatic...

Fibreglass Never Dies – Here’s a 1987 Grew Still Going Strong

The following comes to us from Rob Edwards, Director of Sales, NTP Stag Canada. Mr. Edwards is one of the largest Canadian...

1000 Islands Gananoque Poker Run Winners

Power Boating Canada/Poker Runs Inc. held the 1000 Islands Gananoque Poker Run on Saturday, August 29, 2020. Amid some wet weather and unique COVID...

Uplifting Experience – Part II

Waterfront solutions to protect your boat and PWC. By Bill Jennings Last month we outlined the many benefits of keeping your boat up out of the...

Renaming a Boat

It’s not unusual for the new owners of a vessel to want to name the boat with something that has meaning for them, not...

Removing an Old Name

Traditionally, renaming any boat is considered to be very unlucky. However, if you must do it, there is a procedure and de-naming ceremony, followed...

Soft Spring Rolls with Crab

A perennial lunchtime favourite. By LaDonna Gundersen Serves 4 Ingredients   3 ounces thin rice noodles, cooked 12 round rice paper sheets 1½ cups crabmeat (if...

Frittata with Crab & Chorizo

I’m a little obsessed with frittata’s, which is the perfect make-ahead boat food.  It uses up leftovers, it can be made with many different...

CELEBRATING the 2019 CASBA Award Winners

The 2019 Canadian Safe Boating Awards (CASBAs) were held on Sunday, January 19th 2020 in Toronto, at the National Yacht Club. At this gala...

The Wine Ladies: Experiencing Pinot Grigio in Historic Trento and Sicily Sizzling with Stemmari...

Say Yes to Pinot Grigio, aka Pinot Gris or Grauburgunder this slightly grayish-blue tinged grape varietal, hence the name is one of the most...

Margarita Crab Pizza

A unique twist on a family favourite Makes 2 Ingredients   1 package Rapid Rise yeast 1½ tsp sugar ½ cup lukewarm water (105˚to 115˚) 4...

The Wine Ladies: The Grange of Prince Edward Vineyards and Estate Winery

Prince Edward County, located just east of Toronto is Ontario’s newest wine appellation and quite possibly the fastest growing wine region in the world! ...