By Derek Mayes, Executive Chef, Top of the Cove  Cooking duck often intimidates home cooks, but it’s easier than you may think (with a few...

By Mike Gridley Depending on your boat’s power, length and configuration, wind and current can make docking a stressful endeavour. One way to reduce the...

the questions were “when” we should buy a boat and “what type” of boat we should get… never “should we.” We figured it was...

The Strait of Georgia is truly a paradise waiting to be discovered by boat. By Mike Gridley  The south coast of British Columbia is an expansive...

By Mike Milne The environment isn’t usually top-of-mind for boaters during haulout season, but storage choices and winterization procedures can have a big impact. The main...
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By Matt Spencer Cuddies are a popular used boat option as they make excellent transition boats for those looking to move from day boating to...
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the large cockpit has a teak sole that has been left natural for low maintenance By Mike Gridley In 1980, Riviera was launched in New South...
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By Steven Bull Even though Sea-Doo stopped manufacturing boats a few years ago and have focused on PWCs, there are plenty of the company’s jet...

Invasive species can have devastating effects on the environment around waterfront properties and in our lakes. By Terry Rees, Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Associations Recreational boating is...
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By Mike Gridley Many inboard-powered boats have been built with thru-hull exhausts and fairly free-flowing mufflers. If that constant roar while underway is getting to...