Canoe Cove Association-Links
To Promote the Ownership and Enjoyment of Boats Manufactured by Canoe Cove Manufacturing
Here are some links to other websites that might be useful. We are always looking for more, so if you know of a site that you think the membership would be interested in, please advise the Webmaster.
B.C. Cetacean Sightings Network Visit BC Cetacean Site This is the website for the Cetacean Sightings Network, a conservation and research program of the Vancouver Aquarium.
Council of B. C. Yacht Clubs Visit Council of BC Yacht Clubs/ This gives not only a list of all member yacht clubs, but useful information on Parks and Anchorages.
Environment Canada Marine Forecast Visit Canada Weather Office
Freedom Marine Visit Freedom Marine Formerly Canoe Cove Yacht Sales.
KNW Diesel is a good source of parts, new and used for Detroit and Caterpillar engines. Also, provide a full machine shop and repair facilities. Located in Port Kells. Visit KNW Diesel Gary Woods, owner.
Chyna Sea Ventures Visit Chyna Sea Ventures This site is publisher of books by Peter Vassilopoulos. Cruising guides, RCMP Marine History, etc.
Pacific Yachting Magazine Visit Pacific Yachting Magazine
Visit Predict Wind This website gives you wind forecasts for any part of the world. Once you sign up — it's free — and set the area you want (Georgia Strait, for example) you can get 1 day forecasts. For an annual fee of $29 USD you can get a 5 day forecast. It may be a useful too.
Spotwx is another good source of information on weather anywhere in the world. Visit Spotwx Weather
Transport Canada Vessel Registration Query System This website lists all Registered boats. You can look them up by name or registration number.
The Nauticapedia - This website compiled by volunteers, lists all boatbuilders in BC and the boats they built. Visit Nauticalpedia's Canoe Cove Manufacturing Section
This Weather Map website gives up to the minute reports on rain and other weather related items. Recommended by a member.Visit Weather Map
Marine Traffic website allows you to track any vessel that is broadcasting an AIS signal anywhere in the world. In practical terms you can use it to track any boat on the BC Coast and Washington. It is free for the basic service, which is all that is needed. Very handy for cruising in groups. Visit Marine Traffic
B C Marine Parks Forever is a very worthwhile organization that has had significant input into Government decisions. Well worth getting to know and supporting. Visit BC Marine Parks Forever
The Nature Conservancy site has very interesting information on what is being done around the world. In particular there are articles on the Great Bear Rainforest.Visit Nature Conservancy Website