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Sailing Canada, March 1987

Sailing Canada [ISSN 0709-4744] is now out of print. It started with Volume 1, Number 1, January-February 1979, and was published 6 times a year, occasionally as many as eleven times a year. We believe that publication ceased with Volume 15, Number 2, March-April 1993.

The cover of Volume 9, Number 2, of March 1987, shows Lasers on Lake Couchiching near Orillia, Ontario, Canada - where they were being used to train beginning sailors. The photo is credited to Theresa Taaffe.

Our collection is complete (first issue 1979 to last issue 1993, 110 issues in total), and we do hold some duplicate copies.

Collection: Stormy Weather

Availability: as above

Indexing: Catalogue reference including index: our Online Public Access Catalogue.


Editorial address, believed to no longer be valid:
Sailing Canada
95 Berkely Street
Toronto, ON, M5A 2W8
Phone: (416) 366 3538


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