Roll Call- Canadian SR owners?

Hello from St. John's Nl,

Great to see as many Canadian SeaRay CSR members. We do most of my boating in Conception Bay and our home port is Hr. Grace.( 1 hour from St. John's) This will be our first season with our 330 so we plan on going further and venturing into Trinty Bay etc.:smt038

Ted
 
Hello for Historical Kingston Ontario

My husband (the Captain) and I boat out of Huck's Marina in Rockport Ontario in the absolutely beautiful 1000 Islands.

We are doing the countdown to splash down, looking at the weekend of May 9. Can't beleive that it snowed here last week (April 7,8) and we are still seeing below freezing temperatures throught the night.

This will be our second season with our SeaRay and we are looking forward to lots of fun on the water. Our big trip this year is to cruise to the Finger Lakes with three other boats from our Marina. The plan is to spend more time finding a nice bay and anchoring out as often as possible, sure hope the weather is more agreeable this summer, as it was really rainy last year.

Best wishes to all our Fellow boaters....here's to a great season!

Laurie (the admiral) and Ken
 
OK, I'm not in Canada, but born and raised there. Have lived in Atlanta, Ga. since 1972. Miss the seasons but not the snow. Traded skiing for golf. Just thought that they're some Molsen drinkers out there who might want to contribute, no matter where they are.
 
OK, I'm not in Canada, but born and raised there. Have lived in Atlanta, Ga. since 1972. Miss the seasons but not the snow. Traded skiing for golf. Just thought that they're some Molsen drinkers out there who might want to contribute, no matter where they are.

OH and you drink Crown too!!!!!

Candian accent with a southern draw........
 
Here is another re-located Canadian. Grew up just outside Sudbury Ontario and boated the North Channel and smaller lakes around it. Moved to Knoxville TN 8 years ago to be able to boat more of the year. Oh and the job opportunity.
 
Hi All,
We're in Kelowna BC. We've spent most of our time camping in our boat across from sunny Peachland. Hope to make it over to Kalamalka Lake this summer, maybe we'll see you there Oops!
Cheers All!
 
Hello from Manitoba. Red Rock lake in the Whiteshell park
 
Hello from Penetanguishene.

Boat on Georgian Bay, great boating.....

1st season with a sea ray, loving the boat....

Daz
 
Also hello from Penetanguishene!

Also boat on Georgian Bay...great boating.

And also, first season with a Sea Ray...also loving the boat.

See you on the water Daz. We're at Beacon Bay, you?

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Paul & Jackie
Penetanguishene, Ontario
Jackie J V - Sea Ray 560 w. CAT 3406E's
 
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Hey there, fellow Canucks. Take this opportunity to introduce yourself here. I'll start:

My name is Paul. I live in Canmore, Alberta, about 15 minutes west of Banff and 1 hour east of Calgary. We have a rec property in the East Kootenays of BC, 5 minutes from Wasa Lake. Our boating time is spent on a couple of local lakes out that way- Premier, Wasa and Columbia lakes to be specific.

We own a 1999 190 Signature BR. We bought it in the spring of 2006 from the original owner. The boat only had 62 hours on the clock, and was in virtually new condition!!!

Anyhow, that's my story. Feel free to post up and tell us about you and your boat!!! :thumbsup:

Paul
Hello from Kelowna - Bill and Margy aboard our 330 DA on Okanagan lake. Anyone interested in a Summer Sea Ray get together on Okanagan lake drop me a pm and we will make it happen.
Stay Safe
 
Hi,

We live in Quebec but do all of our weekend boating on the beautiful Champlain Lake. We travel during our holidays, been to 1000 Islands, Quebec City and down to the majestic Saguenay Fjord (rated 2nd in the top 10 National Geographic’s walks & hiking tours) with the whales, the belugas and the seals…

I’ve (admiral) lived in Creston, BC for quite a few years, cruised & fished on Kootenay Lake which was awesome. Definitely can’t beat the salmon fishing in Campbell River though!

My dad was in charge of the Chambly canal and Carillon locks (which raises boats 62 feet); therefore I’ve been around boats all my growing years ~ it’s unfortunately in my veins for life...

Love this site, great info and love to see there are other boat fanatics around ~

Happy & safe 2010 boating season to all!
 
Hi all

We are new owner of a Sea ray 320 2004

We are at Le Chateau Montebello Marina on the Ottawa river
 
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Cambridge Ontario here. Boat from Pier Marina in Port Dalhousie.
Takes us an hour from home but our best friends are on the same dock and we have many others there.

1990 Sundancer 350 with ext platform. She's close to 42 now.

Enjoys the off season.

T
 
Welcome aboard fellow Canadian. :smt001

We got lifted out today, sad day but looking forward to April 2011 already.:smt038
 
"Just By Chance", formerly from North Vancouver, now resides on Vancouver Island.

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Jacob
 

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