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Dark 'n Stormy GOSLING'S RUM and BERMUDA Malcolm Gosling is the heir to the business and the first in seven generations to export the rum so the Dark 'n Stormy can be made correctly off the island. By Margaret Swaine B ermuda is the host country for the 35th America's Cup, set to take place in 2017, a competition for the oldest trophy in international sport (dates back to 1851) that features the fastest boats and the best sailors in the world. The first leg of the competition, the America's Cup World Series held in October 2015, saw plenty of celebrants drinking Bermuda's national cocktail, the Dark 'n Stormy, a mix of Gosling's Black Seal rum with Gosling's ginger beer. As Gosling's is both the official rum and the official ginger beer of the 35th America's Cup - sailors, Bermudians and spectators will be knocking back this cocktail a lot over the next two years and beyond. Family owned Gosling's is the oldest business in Bermuda. It all began in 1806 when James Gosling, the oldest son of wine and spirit merchant William Gosling, set sail from England bound for America but was becalmed at sea for so long that 46 Canadian Yachting The essential ingredient to the Dark 'n Stormy - Gosling's Black Seal Bermuda Black Rum. FEBRUARY 2016

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

Vantage Point: “They” are Looking after our Boating Environment
Waterfront: Boat Shows, Waterkeepers, and more…
Environment Feature: Plastic Pickup in Paradise - The beaches on Haida Gwaii have always been a magnet for the flotsam and jetsam that circles the Pacific. This recount of what has washed ashore and in what quantities may shock you. By Linda Leitch
Club Profile: Royal Vancouver Yacht Club
Galley Guys: On the Loose in Holland
Destination: Exploring the Lower Ottawa River by PWC - Follow the author and his Sea-Doo as he follows this historic trading route, part of a navigable waterway triangle formed in far Eastern Ontario with the St. Lawrence River on its southern side and the famous Rideau Canal on its west. By Craig Nicholson
Feature: Dark ‘n Stormy – Gosling’s Rum and Bermuda - Family owned Gosling’s is the oldest business in Bermuda. Learn its history and how it is integral to the tapestry of the rich Bermudian culture. By Margaret Swaine
CPS Port Hole
Destination: Lake Superior Cruise - A vivid description of this almost mystic five day cruise on the mightiest of our Great Lakes. By Mark Stevens and Sharon Matthews-Stevens
Sail Review: Jeanneau 54
Power Reviews: Azimut 55S and Cruisers Cantius 60
Electronics: Yacht Controller -Can this tech upgrade give your existing boat the functional equivalent of joystick docking? We talk to the creator of Yacht Controller and a Torontobased tech who has installed one. By Andy Adams
Fitness Feature: Fitness On Board Part 2 - Part 2 of our fitness features focusses on arm and leg strengthening exercises using your own body weight, on board your boat, any boat. By Terri Hodgson and Lisa Mavrou
Crossing the Line: Upkeep Wars

Canadian Yachting February 2016