Canadian Yachting June 2016 - (Page 72)

SEA SALT More Recipes from the West Coast Galley Photo: Alison Malone Eathorne We were first introduced to the Sea Salt creators, Alison Malone Eathorne, Hilary Malone and Lorna Malone, in 2014, with a sumptuous meal served in Genoa Bay, in the galley of Amritha, a Lagoon 400. Sea Salt is an award winning cookbook inviting you to embark on a culinary adventure around Vancouver Island, highlighting many local fine-food artisans, growers, farmers' markets, wineries and cideries, all offering high quality products. You can read up on that adventure at (search: Sea Salt) anytime. As we cruise into the 2016 summer season enjoy these two offerings from the book; delicious and galley friendly meals that you would also be proud to serve at home. 72 Canadian Yachting JUNE 2016

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

Vantage Point: Buy Your Boat Fuel At A Marina
Waterfront: Jeanneau BVI Owners’ Rendezvous, Readers’ Stories, Green Boating Guide
Club Profile: Charlottetown Yacht Club
International Boat Show Feature: BOOT Dusseldorf - Described as the largest boat show in Europe, the BOOT show packs 17 buildings full of every kind of boat and boating accessory that you an imagine. Walk through with John Morris and enjoy a glimpse of this massive event. By John Morris
Destination: The Magnificent Thousand Islands - Cruising in the middle of Manitouana, a wonderful land of plenty in the St.Lawrence River on a C&C 30’ bareboat charter. By Mark Stevens | Photographs by Sharon Matthews-Stevens
Salty Dog Rally: The Call of Dawg - The Dawgs convene in Hampton, Virginia each fall ahead of their journey to the BVI’s. Rich in Can Con and with equal parts partying and preparedness, the author joins this jovial group as they get ready to cruise down the Intracoastal. By John Morris
Power Review: Neptunus 650
Power Review: MJM 50z
CPS Port Hole
Sea Salt: Recipes from the West Coast Galley
Confident Sailor/Reluctant Sailor: Cruising as a Couple: Part 1 of 3 - “Our first trip to the Bahamas was ”Living his dream – on her terms”. We did it. There was no mutiny. No divorce. This is our story – that of the very reluctant boater who actually left the dock and Toronto behind. ” By Rob MacLeod
Crossing the Line: Does Racing Still Exist?

Canadian Yachting June 2016