2022 Moncton Boat Show
After a three-year pandemic hiatus, the Moncton Boat Show/New Brunswick Sportsmen and Fly Fishing Show returned April 8–10 to the Moncton Coliseum. More than 8,100 visitors came out for this dual show where consumers stocked up on all the essentials for their summer hobbies and sailing adventures.
Photos by Tracey Wallace
Remembering Mickey Cormier: Colleagues Reflect on Numerous Contributions of New Brunswick Sailor
The late Mickey Cormier will long be remembered by the Maritime sailing community for his passion, knowledge and contributions to the sport.
A lifelong resident of Shediac, New Brunswick, Cormier passed away on July 8 at the age of 82.
Among other things, Cormier was a long-standing member and supporter of the Shediac AbleSail/Handi-Voile Accessible Sailing program, was instrumental in starting the Northumberland Strait Yachting Association, was a director of the New Brunswick Sailing ...
Royal Kennebeccasis Yacht Club: A Vibrant Part of the N.B. Boating Scene
For more than 120 years the Royal Kennebeccasis Yacht Club (RKYC) in Saint John, N.B. has been a vibrant part of the boating and social scene on the Saint John river system.
Located at the intersection of the Kennebecasis and Saint John rivers in Brothers Cove, the RKYC has recently upped its game when it comes to marine service capabilities.
“We have the best equipment in the area,” said manager Rob Ash, including a 75-tonne travel lift “which can lift any boat in the area,” and ...
New Brunswick’s Largest Events for Boating, Fishing and the Outdoors Take Over Moncton This Weekend
The region’s largest fishing, hunting and outdoors events are returning to the Moncton Coliseum this weekend, March 29 to 31. The New Brunswick Sportsmen’s Show, Moncton Boat Show, and the Dieppe Fly Fishing Forum are expected to attract thousands of visitors from across New Brunswick and the Maritimes. With a non-stop schedule of events and special attractions, the shows promise the latest and greatest gear and advice for all kinds of outdoors enthusiasts.
“We always look forward to ...