Shifting magnetic pole forces unprecedented navigation fix – The Weather Network https://t.co/QPpF2RQtmW

Shifting magnetic pole forces unprecedented navigation fix – The Weather Network https://t.co/QPpF2RQtmW — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) January 14, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada Advertisements

10% tariff on boat imports imposed by Canada in July in retaliation for the U.S. tariff on aluminum and steel may lead to 7,500 job losses in marinas, manufacturers, boat sales and related business. Pointe Au Baril marina… | https://t.co/rY2tQZGUTP https://t.co/03Ggn3G56p

10% tariff on boat imports imposed by Canada in July in retaliation for the U.S. tariff on aluminum and steel may lead to 7,500 job losses in marinas, manufacturers, boat sales and related business. Pointe Au Baril marina… | https://t.co/rY2tQZGUTP https://t.co/03Ggn3G56p — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) January 13, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

So nice to see our Aloha 32 on the cover of Good Old Boat Magazine Nov/Dec. 2018. 24 years tells you how good this boat was. https://t.co/QxImQSMx6j

So nice to see our Aloha 32 on the cover of Good Old Boat Magazine Nov/Dec. 2018. 24 years tells you how good this boat was. https://t.co/QxImQSMx6j — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) December 30, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

Jean-Jacques Savin, 71, crossing the Atlantic Ocean in a ‘barrel’ (drifting without propulsion) | Facebook (in French) https://t.co/Wa4Bx1Zrr8

Jean-Jacques Savin, 71, crossing the Atlantic Ocean in a 'barrel' (drifting without propulsion) | Facebook (in French) https://t.co/Wa4Bx1Zrr8 — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) December 28, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

Pat’s Boating in Canada https://t.co/3iyC39ZBjk has some Christmas fun. ‘Twas the night before Christmas https://t.co/O0QQcG4K2B Boaters Gift List https://t.co/AxEG5KJNbp

Pat's Boating in Canada https://t.co/3iyC39ZBjk has some Christmas fun. 'Twas the night before Christmas https://t.co/O0QQcG4K2BBoaters Gift List https://t.co/AxEG5KJNbp — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) December 22, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

Barnacle Systems bound for Vegas consumer show – its mobile security system enables boat owners to check on their vessels using their smartphones, computers or tablets. https://t.co/ePhyLUeoJh

Barnacle Systems bound for Vegas consumer show – its mobile security system enables boat owners to check on their vessels using their smartphones, computers or tablets. https://t.co/ePhyLUeoJh — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) December 19, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

Canadian regulations requiring $250,000 in liability insurance for most ships that carry passengers take effect Jan. 11, 2019. | Canadian Underwriter https://t.co/058Gt2rktV

Canadian regulations requiring $250,000 in liability insurance for most ships that carry passengers take effect Jan. 11, 2019. | Canadian Underwriter https://t.co/058Gt2rktV — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) December 15, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

If you travel to Cuba, never rent a boat – but maybe this problem extends to renting a car! Canadian man stuck in Cuba faces second trial, inspires Montreal protest | CTV News https://t.co/OhYeL3mJu0

If you travel to Cuba, never rent a boat – but maybe this problem extends to renting a car! Canadian man stuck in Cuba faces second trial, inspires Montreal protest | CTV News https://t.co/OhYeL3mJu0 — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) December 11, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

He once sailed across the ocean in a suitcase because he felt luggage fees were tacky. ..the most interesting man in the world, The smallest boat to cross the Atlantic Ocean. Sailed by Hugo Vihlen from Newfoundland to England in 106 days. : thalassophobia https://t.co/lNRuCWs6kn

He once sailed across the ocean in a suitcase because he felt luggage fees were tacky. ..the most interesting man in the world,The smallest boat to cross the Atlantic Ocean. Sailed by Hugo Vihlen from Newfoundland to England in 106 days. : thalassophobia https://t.co/lNRuCWs6kn — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) December 7, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada