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CLUB PROFILE Nanaimo Yacht Club Looking at the marina basin from the clubhouse with all of its colours. Katherine Stone F or centuries the lure of the west coast brought settlers, immigrants, migrant workers, gold seekers, adventurers and entrepreneurs. Prior to their arrival the Coast Salish people named Snuneymuxw lived a life of luxury, fishing off the waters of the beautiful coastal harbour, gathering shellfish and having leisure time to create beautiful works of art using the surrounding pieces of their environment. The first Europeans to arrive in 1791 were with the Spanish voyage of Juan Carrasco who named their town Bocas de Winthuysen and set up a trading post. When others arrived they referred to the town as Colevile. The Hudson Bay Company was given the rites to Vancouver Island in 1849 which also included the monies earned from mining. In 10 years' time they would have to resell the island to the Crown -90% of their gain was to develop the colony and the remaining 10% could be kept by the company. During those 10 years the Snuneymuxw Chief, Coal 10 Canadian Yachting Tyee, presented a canoe load of excellent quality coal to the company, a bastion was built to protect the harbour, and a boatload of immigrants arrived from England. With a thriving white population of over 150 settlers, the town was renamed Nanaimo. It would later be nicknamed "The Hub City" due to the street layout design radiating out from the shoreline like the spokes of a wagon wheel. Today it is more popularly known as "The Harbour City". Nanaimo coal was king until the end of the 1930s when forestry became the major industry. Located on Vancouver Island, 110km north of Victoria, Nanaimo is the gateway to many other destinations. With a temperate climate of mild, rainy winters and cool, dry summers it is ideal for spending time on the water. It is well known as the "Bathtub Racing Capital of the World" and is home to North America's first legal, purposemade bungee jumping bridge... adventurers unite! OCTOBER 2016

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Canadian Yachting October 2016

Vantage Point: What is your boat worth? What is your summer worth?
Waterfront: The Pope Pays a Visit to Parry Sound
Club Profile: Nanaimo Yacht Club
Destination: Gulf Islands Cruise - Of the vast array of islands and cruising grounds found on the West Coast, the authors focus on a tapas exploration of the magical Gulf Islands and the southern Vancouver Island region. By John Lund & Marianne van Toor
Charter Destination: Millennial’s in the BVI’s - Join this energetic group of millennials as they discover the BVI’s on this Footloose charter catamaran sailboat. By Clarity Nicoll
Destination: St. Martin/St. Maarten - In Part 3 of their Cruising Basics series, the Shards take us on a richly descriptive journey from St. Martin to Anguilla to Saba and St. Barths aboard the Distant Shores II. This read will awaken your travel bug as you experience these playful ports through their words. By Sheryl Shard | Photos by Paul and Sheryl Shard
Galley Guys: Rawley Resort, Port Severn ON
Confident Sailor, Reluctant Sailor - Part 2 of the readying for cruising series focusses on preparing for a longer cruise from the people perspective. By Rob MacLeod
Accessibility: Coastal Craft 65 - Rick Hansen tours the accessibility features of this 65 foot yacht that was custom designed to lengthen the boating life of an American couple. By Coastal Craft Staff
CPS Port Hole
Power Review: Swift 30
Sail Review: Beneteau 35
Crossing the Line: 20 Reasons Not to Charter this Winter
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Vantage Point: What is your boat worth? What is your summer worth?
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Waterfront: The Pope Pays a Visit to Parry Sound
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Club Profile: Nanaimo Yacht Club
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Destination: Gulf Islands Cruise - Of the vast array of islands and cruising grounds found on the West Coast, the authors focus on a tapas exploration of the magical Gulf Islands and the southern Vancouver Island region. By John Lund & Marianne van Toor
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Charter Destination: Millennial’s in the BVI’s - Join this energetic group of millennials as they discover the BVI’s on this Footloose charter catamaran sailboat. By Clarity Nicoll
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Destination: St. Martin/St. Maarten - In Part 3 of their Cruising Basics series, the Shards take us on a richly descriptive journey from St. Martin to Anguilla to Saba and St. Barths aboard the Distant Shores II. This read will awaken your travel bug as you experience these playful ports through their words. By Sheryl Shard | Photos by Paul and Sheryl Shard
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Galley Guys: Rawley Resort, Port Severn ON
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Confident Sailor, Reluctant Sailor - Part 2 of the readying for cruising series focusses on preparing for a longer cruise from the people perspective. By Rob MacLeod
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Accessibility: Coastal Craft 65 - Rick Hansen tours the accessibility features of this 65 foot yacht that was custom designed to lengthen the boating life of an American couple. By Coastal Craft Staff
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Power Review: Swift 30
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Sail Review: Beneteau 35
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Canadian Yachting October 2016 - Crossing the Line: 20 Reasons Not to Charter this Winter
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