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newportguy posted 03-13-2003 04:30 PM ET (US)   Profile for newportguy   Send Email to newportguy  
I check this site everyday and I have seen a few members from the Atlantic Provinces in Canada post. I am wondering how many are here maybe we could get a list and come up with some great plans for this part of the world. I love to here you guys down south say how nice it is this time of year....we are still waiting for it to get warm enough to get back in the fun. :)

Thanks Larry

lpaton posted 03-14-2003 07:18 AM ET (US)     Profile for lpaton  Send Email to lpaton     
Am 250k north of Quebec city. Definitely not in your area but closer than most. Trailered the Outrage to PEI in '01 but didn't get any response when I placed a post similar to yours except for one after my return. Quite a concidence. The respondant lived a mile from where I was moored.
Clark Roberts posted 03-14-2003 07:49 AM ET (US)     Profile for Clark Roberts  Send Email to Clark Roberts     
Newport and Ipa, I live in Florida so many, many miles away from N.S. but want to take this opprotunity to say "welcome aboard" and to say that you're part of the world is a very beautiful place with such wonderful waters and friendly people! Wife and I spent about 3 weeks in N.S. and really loved it but, alas, did not have a Whaler in tow. PEI also knocked me out with all the fantastic farms and beautiful harbour in Charlottetown. Wow!!!! Seems to me that the Maritimes have "Whaler" written all over them! Happy Whalin'... Clark... Spruce Creek Navy
andiamo posted 03-16-2003 10:26 AM ET (US)     Profile for andiamo  Send Email to andiamo     
While I am from away my Montauk is in Lunenburg NS as is my family's summer house.

This is Lunenburgs 250th anniversary and there should be events all summer.

For those from Mass. In August Lunenburg hosts the International Dory racing championships with teams from Mass in the race.

FRTDOG540 posted 07-22-2003 06:39 AM ET (US)     Profile for FRTDOG540  Send Email to FRTDOG540     
Regards from Saint John NB!!! My brother and I restored an '82 Newport that was purchesed from the Army core last fall in Bismark ND...found a casting platform adn ski pole to add to it and new red rubrail plus Lois recovered teh RPS and new front buckets...Boat looks great and just got a new '00 FICHT 115 yesterday!!! Let us know if you are ever in the area!!!

Scott & Norm Seely

k peacock posted 08-05-2003 02:12 PM ET (US)     Profile for k peacock  Send Email to k peacock     
Hello from the Saint John River,New Brunswick. I have a 1981 13 sport/98,30 hp Merc. I originally purchased this boat as a tender to a larger boat but now it spends most of it's time tied to our dock,we're about 35 miles up river from Saint John on the Belleisle Bay.

There are many small Whalers here on the river system, most are 11's,13's,15's,montaulk's and a few Outrages. A lot of the 11 & 13's are yacht tenders.

The Saint John River would make a great rendezvous location,....fresh water, hundred's of miles of river,lakes,bays,islands,secluded beaches,quaint historic Inns, yacht clubs and marinas,beautiful summer weather and we,re only a few hours drive from most of New England and all the Maritimes!

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