Roll Call- Canadian SR owners?

Great photo, must be a wonderful part of the country for boating as it is on the ROCK!:smt001
 
Hello from Victoria, love cruising the left coast, spent 8 weeks onboard this year and 117 hours on the tach's
Ya baby!
 
Hello from Victoria, love cruising the left coast, spent 8 weeks onboard this year and 117 hours on the tach's
Ya baby!


Hi i also just join the ''CLUB'' i am from Montreal Canada and just purchased a 1989 overnighter 260 in mint condition . i was told that a pachanga 27 was the same hull is that correct ???? if not what are the main difference .
 
Hi All , i'm from Montreal Canada . surrounded by water '' St-lawrence seaway '' just purchased a 1989 260 overnighter ( Mint condition ) less than 700 hours . could someone tell me the main differences between my boat and a pachanga 27 , they look like the same hull . and possibily just a different seat and cabine configuration . let me know
 
Hello everyone...just noticed this thread- great idea! I am in Kanata, Ontario, a suburb of Ottawa. Our 280DA (first cruiser) is slipped an hour away in Portland, ON at Bayview Marina on the Big Rideau. Next season will be our first full season and with friends with cottages on Newboro, Indian, and Sand Lakes, we plan to be up and down the Rideau system between Smiths Falls and Kingston, and will eventually venture towards A-Bay and out to Lake Ontario. We have reserved our slip in Kingston for Canada Day!

Previously spent a lot of time in the 1000 Islands with friends out of Ed Huck in Rockport.
 
Hello.

Emma Lake SK.

The Sea Ray dealer in Prince Albert SK is new to Sea Ray and there should be a few more here in the future.

Someone bought the black and red boat shortly before I got the blue and black one......... If you are not too busy say hi.

FWIW..... been lurking around this site for a few weeks..... GREAT info and seems like great guys to share knowledge with.

Disclaimer... I usually only post after a couple of beer
Jeff
 
Hello, proud new owner of a 1998 SR440 Express Bridge located in beautiful Georgian Bay, Ontario... BayPort in Midland. This is our second boat... A fairly major upgrade from our previous 9M Prowler Aft Cabin.

Cheers!
 
I forgot to post here. I'm also in Midland, was at Bayport since Aug. But think I'll move to Hindson next season. (Or dry stack)
 
Dont have Searay, I have a Sun Ray and I am from Canada does that count:smt038
 
Welcome but we just don't know anything about your boat.

Well that makes two of us :lol: My boat is the last year it was manufactured in the Province of Quebec Canada. Some of the features resemble a Sea Ray and some resemble other boats. All in All though it is a great first power boat and I am learning a lot
 
Well there is lots of general info here too. Best of luck
 
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Go Jets Go! Also from Manitoba with a slip in Gimli Harbour...hurray up spring.
Hello fellow Canadians.
 
paulmccrea
Tell us about boating on Lake Winnipeg. Fuel availability, Sewage pump outs, wind, water temperature, is there a coast guard on the lake, rock in open areas, marinas, service for boats, places to anchor, how long is the season and and your general opinion of the lake.
 
Holy Old thread resurrection. We hope to meet more Canadians again this season as we head into BC's Gulf islands.
 
Hello fellow Canucks, just found this thread great idea, we are first time boat owners (never operated a boat before)and hopefully will get confident enough to boat up to Kingston this year and then to A. Bay next, lot to learn about boating, hopefully we will have better weather in July and August to practise, we retired last summer to Iroquois Ontario which is an hour and a bit South of Ottawa on the St. Lawrence River, we are originally from Orleans Ontario which is east of Ottawa.

We bought our boat on ebay from a dealer in Florida that is a whole different story :smt101
 

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