Just a little 4 master pulling into port somewhere in the caribbean.

 (Photo taken by Squadron Member Doug Biggar)

 

Damaged BC Ferry being transported to dry-dock

 

A beautiful view from Butchart Gardens

 

"Ice Bear" Docked at Van Isle Marina in Sidney B.C.

(Not even in my lifetime)

 

Don't let this happen to your boat

(This, I can afford)

 

Can you guess who's commanding the oars.

 If you guessed our Squadron Commander Dan Payne, you'd be right

 

You think getting your boat ready for winter is tuff.  Try getting the Bluenose ready

 

The next 4 pictures are of Piloting graduate, Rasit Eskicioglu's 3 1/2 week sailing adventure in Turkey aboard "Nostalji", a 14.5 meter (48 foot) Trandil type wooden boat made in Turkey in the early 80's.  It is powered by 145 HP diesel engine that can push the boat at 9 knots or by sails at 5.5 knots

"Nostalji" moored at the fishermen's jetty in Gundogan Cove, a small town on the Northern side of the Bodrum Peninsula in Turkey

Above is Rasit in Datca (A Summer Resort Town), proudly wearing his CPS shirt

Approaching the village of Orhaniye, Turkey

Evening at Marti Marina in the village of Orhaniye

 

A 24' Seacamper belonging to Ray Stasuik (Supply Officer) docked at the RMYC (Royal Manitoba Yacht Club)

Another Picture of Ray's 24' Seacamper

 

Winnipeg Squadron Member Doug Biggar aboard Lil' Biggar (Doral Prestancia)

 

Chris Kaufmann (Past Squadron Commander) & David Scutter (Squadron Public Relations Officer) aboard Beluga (CS22) motoring into 22 foot bay in Lake-of-the-Woods during LOWISA 1999

 

Patrick Crooks (Squadron Training Officer), The person in the grey T-shirt. Racing in a mock America's Cup race aboard Canada's "True North 4" in St. Maarten

 

Former Winnipeg Squadron members Nick & Sheila Boutcher (Now living in Nanaimo, B.C.) aboard their Ontario 32 M'Dachaidh.  (This picture was taken during the Easter weekend 2002. The location can be found on your CPS training chart SW of Wallace Island  -  L 48 55.5" N    Lo 123 33" W)
 

 

Pilot Boat in Victoria, B.C.

Helm Station inside the Pilot Boat

Dropping off one of the Pilots

The Pilot is now aboard