Category Archives: Boating
Looks like water levels are starting to rise in the Saint John and KV areas. The end of the week looks like flood stage in accordance with RiverWatch NB. You can check updates to flood alerts at this link, which … Continue reading
Photo credit: Andrew Phinney. I had inquired how it was going with getting the moorings done. I read about the breakdowns and weather issues. Andrew sent me this. Great Shot. We have not … Continue reading
The website has been updated to provide information on mooring tags, winterization and mooring standards. Check it out under the menu choice “info for members/mooring standards” at http://www.renforthboatclub.com/activities/mooring-standards/
If you would like to keep up on the travels of Eric and Val Phinney you will find information: on their blog at http://tevah.renforth.net/ and travel detail at www.marinetraffic.com (and search on vessel TEVAH).
RBC has purchased (and launched) a new work boat, the ArbySea. RBC Gallows has been relocated to provide better accesses to the RBC docks More details in a newsletter.
We are offering the Maritime Radio course again next week. Thurs-Sat. This course is required by industry Canada if you have a radio on your boat and turn it on. You will learn valuable procedures around the Mayday and … Continue reading
The Canadian Power and Sail Squadron is changing the way it is delivering some of its courses. I am personally taking on a part of this task. Coming up in a couple of weeks (Jan 18) we will be offering … Continue reading
This is the next course to take if you have done your PCOC and your VHF https://www.cps-ecp.ca/public/public.asp?WCE=C%3D56%7CK%3D245066%7CCAL%3D225480
“Attention All Sailboaters: Our haul-out will be Sunday, October 1st, 8am sharp. Please note the change to Sunday this year. This is to accommodate a member who is away working for a month. I will be in communication again later … Continue reading
Update: there are now 7 people registered for this course. Max is 12 The Canadian Power and Sail Kennebecasis is offering the VHF with DSC Course the week of May 2nd for anyone who may have missed the course held … Continue reading
As some of you understand if you have a VHF marine radio installed in your boat and you turn it on you are deemed to be operating it. If you are operating you do need an operators certificate. The Canadian … Continue reading
This spring we will have two courses available by the Canadian Power and sail Squdron The Radio course and the basic boating course. Both are now required by law. Here is the link to the Boating Basics course. https://www.cps-ecp.ca/members/members.asp?WCE=C=56|K=243636|CAL=225480 Scroll … Continue reading