“They Don’t Make Them Like That Anymore”: Remembering Paul Gallant
The sailing world lost a devoted advocate of the sport with the passing of Paul “Moto” Gallant on November 2, 2023.
According to Gallant’s wife, Amber, his first foray into the sailing world was through his friend and then-neighbour, John Roy — a seasoned sailor and the former owner of Ocean Yacht Sales. By her account, Paul took to the sport with a fervour that painted the dedicated attitude he would have towards sailing for the rest of his life from the very beginning.
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 ...
Remembering Rudy: Looking Back on the Life of a Chester Legend
There must have been a fair wind blowing the day the late Rudy Haase decided to move his young family to East Chester, Nova Scotia back in 1967.
A naval architect by profession, a sailor in the purest sense of the word and a conservationist through and through, “he did a lot for Nova Scotia,” said long-time friend Syd Dumaresq.
“He was just a wonderful guy. I would say Nova Scotia was lucky that he decided to move here with his family.”
A native son of the United States, Rudy ...