Join us on Saturday, February 9th 2019 for Women’s Day at the Vancouver Boat Show. A full day of boating seminars and guest speakers designed to educate and inspire. There are lots of topics to choose from ranging from electrical, emergency procedures, towing, offshore life, boat insurance simplified and great places to visit in the Pacific Northwest. The presentations, for both power and sail, will help beginners get started and offer seasoned boaters a fun refresher.
Your $99 ticket includes a light breakfast, bag lunch, wine tasting and entrance to the show which is open until 8:00 p.m., so you will have plenty of time for shopping. And to top it all off, amazing gift bags and raffle prizes! Registration is open and tickets will go fast!!!
I have been working on this recipe for years…..really. There has been a lot of testing and discussion and each time we perfected it, well you guessed it, no one wrote it down! This weekend we did and I am happy to share it with you:
1 cup tequila
1/2 cup Triple Sec
1/2 cup Mott’s Margarita pre-mix with Agave
1/2 cup Realemon
1/2 cup water
I mix it together in a 1 litre wine carafe with lots of ice and pour into salt-rimmed glasses and serve with a slice of lemon or lime.
Pacific Yachting Magazine – June, 2018 by Melissa Gervais
Growing up in my house, it was quite common to hear, “Turn the lights off when you leave the room” or “Who left the lights on? Do you think we are made of money?” Now that I have my own house, I get it. But what about on the boat? Many marinas have replaced the flat cost per day or cost per month with metered power so it makes sense to know how much your boat draws when you are not there. Are you using an efficient fan or a heater with a thermostat that turns off when the weather warms up? These are easy things to do and don’t affect the way you use your boat, however what about when you are at anchor or tied up at an outstation without power? How much power is enough?
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