Beneteau: Standing the Test of Time
When Benjamin Bénéteau founded Beneteau Boats in 1884, he chartered a visionary course filled with determination, innovation, creativity and a love of the sea that is still central to the company’s philosophy.
At the time, it was the age of sail, when fishing boats were called luggers, dundees and smacks and performance was judged by who got back to the harbour first, since the first there would sell his fish at the best price.
For this reason and many others afterwards, this ...
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 ...
2019 Halifax Boat Show
Congratulations to Cindy Turner, winner of the Helly Hansen jacket at the 2019 Halifax Boat Show!
Yachting Community Loses a Leader and Entrepreneur
The Atlantic Canadian pleasure boat community lost a loyal friend and colleague with the passing of John Roy on August 12, 2017.
John, 61, passed away quietly at home after a short battle with cancer.
Music was in his blood, playing both trombone and piano, but it was on the ocean that John found his calling. He first took to the water in the mid-1960s aboard his father’s schooner, the Jeto. Soon after he began his 50-year relationship with the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron (RNSYS) ...
A New Course for Atlantic Boating
Welcome to the winter 2018 issue of Atlantic Boating Magazine — the first published under the Navigator Publishing brand.
Navigator Publishing has been covering the commercial marine industry in Atlantic Canada for more than two decades and we are now excited about the opportunity to broaden our scope to include recreational sail and power boats.
According to the National Marine Manufacturers Association, the recreational boating industry in Canada had an estimated 2016 revenue of $10 ...