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Canyon 326 is Newest Addition to Grady-White Fleet

Canyon 326 is Newest Addition to Grady-White Fleet


If you’re in the market for a center console, take a look at Grady-White’s newest model, the Canyon 326. The 32-foot center console features an expanded beam, built-in swim platforms, dual Yamaha 300s or 350s, numerous fish boxes and more amenities that make for an action-packed day on t.... Read More

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Best-Kept Secret

Best-Kept Secret

Whitby, Ontario

It’s only fitting that the pretty town of Whitby, Ontario, should enjoy a strong connection to water. Located on the north shore of Lake Ontario some 23 miles east of Toronto, Whitby is named after the English village of Whitby, home to the legendary Captain James Cook who went on to map most of the world in the course of his epic voyages aboard HMS Endeavor. The name Whitby comes from the Danish and dates back to about 867 AD when the Danes invaded Britain. The Danish “Whitteby” roughly translates as “White Village,” a reference to the white-painted lighthouse that guarded the harbor entrance near where they came ashore. Appropriately, a white lighthouse stands over the harbor entrance today in Whitby, Ontario. The Lake Ontario shoreline around present-day Whitby was originally surveyed in 1792, and the first settlers arrived from England shortly after. By 1836, the small farming settlement had grown to become a fair-sized village, thanks in no small part to its outstanding natural harbor, which made it easy for local farmers to move their produce to market. The town grew exponentially in the early 1840s after a road was constructed from.....

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