A curated selection of our latest and greatest titles just in time for the holidays
by Canadian Yachting Media
This indispensable guide to the Canadian waters of Lake Huron, the North Channel, and Georgian Bay, has been completely updated. There is new aerial and boating photography as well as updated editorial by leading industry writers. This new edition features a new Android/Apple mobile app free with every print purchase. Upon purchase, the customer will be able to download the PORTS mobile app digital version of PORTS Georgian Bay onto a device of their choice.
by Canadian Yachting Media
An essential guide to this historic waterway which includes detailed navigational information, aerial photos, lock-by-lock travel information with GPS coordinates, full information on marinas, where to find fuel, where to dock, where to eat and where to restock the galley. Marine stores, facilities and repair services are included as well as a distance chart that makes it easy to plan your voyage. The guide features an Android/Apple mobile app free with every print purchase. Upon purchase, the customer will be able to download the PORTS mobile app digital version of PORTS Rideau onto a device of their choice.
by Barr, Capt. Cheryl
2nd ed. The waters the captain covers are coastal Cape Breton, the Bras d'Or Lakes, Newfoundland's south coast, St. Pierre and Miquelon, the Magdalen Islands, and eastern PEI. She discusses route planning and weather, notes required charts, enumerates marinas and anchorages, and gives tips on bird and whale identification, places of interest, and more.
248 Pages • softcover • 2020
by Doyle, Chris
20th ed. Covers Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, the Grenadines, and Grenada. Complete cruising guide, with sketch charts and details about anchorages, as well as a guide to shops, restaurants, and local recipes. Includes a free colour Directory of Services.
by Lewis, Monty & Sara Lewis
9th ed. Includes 77 large- and small-scale colour charts and close-ups, covering Gulf Stream crossing, Grand Bahama, Abacos, Biminis, Berrys, Andros, and Nassau--as well as GPS waypoints and routes, information on services and facilities, WGS 84 datum, hydrographic and topo features, tide tables, and a table of recommended marinas and services for the whole Bahamas. Includes Tide Tables through 2021-22. This excellent chartbook series also includes "The Exumas" and "The Far Bahamas". Chartbook dimensions: 12"x18".
82 Pages • softcover • 2020
by RCC Pilotage Foundation
This book collects mini-feature articles about thirteen milestone passages through, around, and across British waters (first published in Yachting Monthly magazine). Significantly, it expands that coverage with photographs and pilotage information, plans of cruising areas, tide diagrams, and more. The passages include Falmouth to the Isles of Scilly (by Sam Llewellyn), Lulworth to Salcombe across Lyme Bay (by Megan Clay), crossing the Thames Estuary (by Peter Gibbs), and Penzance to Milford Haven across the Bristol Channel (by Jane Cumberlidge).
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by Amtrup, Jon & Bob Shepton
Whether you're heading for the Northwest Passage, Antarctica, or simply wintering your boat in the water, this book is essential reading. It assembles practical advice, stunning photography, and first-hand accounts of voyages from renowned experts, providing hard-won wisdom on all aspects of sailing in cold waters.
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208 Pages • hardcover • 2020
by Wilkes, Andrew & The RCC Pilotage Foundation
2nd ed. From the RCC Pilotage Foundation, this handbook covers the Northwest and Northeast Passages through the Arctic Ocean as well as Faroe, Iceland and Greenland. Incorporating information collected on a number of voyages over recent years this work is an impressive resource which brings together experience and background data on a region that is not only in the news but increasingly accessible to cruising yachts.
436 Pages • hardcover • 2020
by Greene, Diane
For more than 15 years Toronto's famous boat B & B owner has been delighting guests with her creations. For the first time, Diane Greene shares over 100 eye-popping colour recipes that are simple to follow, filled with tips, techniques, gluten-free and vegetarian options. This cookbook keeps it simple with no hard-to-find ingredients, no fussy techniques, it is a cookbook for all skill levels for everyone who loves breakfast.
137 Pages • spiral • 2020
by Sims, Fiona
2nd ed. A collection of delicious and easy recipes that can be made aboard with minimum fuss and maximum flavour. Sims includes recipes from top chefs and sailing legends, tips for setting up the galley and hosting the perfect beach barbecue, and much more. A must-have guide for sailors and seaside-lovers alike.
160 Pages • softcover • 2019
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by Swan-Neal, Amanda
An excellent guide for those intending offshore passages. Includes many provisioning tips, advice on using a pressure cooker and bread machine aboard, cooking underway, and, of course, many simple recipes and menu suggestions.
389 Pages • softcover • 2020