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Trent- Severn Waterway 6 Day Lockage Permit

Trent- Severn Waterway 6 Day Lockage Permit

Locations in Ontario: Rideau Canal National Historic Site Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site 6-Day Lockage Permit This permit shares the characteristics of the Seasonal Lockage Permit above, and is intended for folks who only require 6 days of lockage in a season. These 6 days do not need to be consecutive, making this permit an excellent value for someone with fewer days available to spend on the water. If you plan on navigating Parks Canada’s locks on more than 6 days in a season, the Seasonal Lockage Permit may be the best option for you. This link will give all the details: Click here   Validity Period: Seasonal mooring permits are valid for day and/or overnight mooring throughout the entire navigation season at the participating locations listed above. Certain restrictions may apply at National Parks; Seasonal lockage permits allow passage through any number of locks on all National Historic Canals throughout the entire navigation season; Six-day lockage permits allow passage through any number of locks at National Historic Canals for any six days during the navigation season – these days do not need to be consecutive; Permits are valid only during their year of issue; Mooring is on a first come, first served basis and space cannot be guaranteed during peak periods. Maximum mooring periods exist and vary depending on...

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Oxford County Pontoon – Who we are

Oxford County Pontoon – Who we are

Oxford County Pontoon was created in the spirit of fun and adventure, after all, boating should be that, shouldn’t it…? Visit OCPboats.com for the new additions to our line-up and so much more on pontoon boats. OCP focus’s and sells only pontoon boats, this is why we are considered #1 in the used pontoon boat industry. This comes from our customers not us the owners, not our suppliers, not our neighbours but from our customers. From Windsor to Ottawa and from Long Point to North Bay they all say the same thing. Yes……..We delivery “anywhere” in Ontario. We continually strive for only the very best for our customers and focusing on pontoon boats has gained us the recognition we are so very proud of as being a leader in the industry throughout Ontario. If you’re considering your first boat or have many years of boating under your belt, we have the right boat for you. Price is only one of a few starting points when it comes to the right boat that fits all your needs. Considering all your needs first can save you a ton of money and make enjoying the water a lot more fun and safe. Consider the basics first when deciding what’s right for you: 1. Average number of people most of the time that will be on the boat…? This will help determine what length of the boat to consider. 2. What activities will you be doing, just relaxing and cruising or knee boarding and skiing……? This is where horsepower comes into the equation. 3. Walking around on the boat, storage, shade or sun, laying out on the boat in comfort or fishing off the edges of the pontoon…….? All can be answered very easily before you decide what boat is right for you. Oxford County Pontoon is here to help you make the right choices, call us today at 519-495-5158 or 519-859-5955, Email us at kevin@ocpboats.com Visit us on facebook, search Oxford County Pontoon View our website at www.ocpboats.com Whatever way you connect with us you will be surprised at how easy it is to make your decision on what pontoon boat is...

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APPLICATION FOR PLEASURE CRAFT LICENCE ( New Boat Numbers )

Click here for the application to get new numbers for your boat. This is a free service. Click here What is a Pleasure Craft Licence? A pleasure craft licence is a document with a unique licence number for a pleasure craft. The number allows Search and Rescue personnel to access important information in an emergency. The law requires all pleasure craft powered by 10 horsepower (7.5 kW) or more engine, to have a pleasure craft licence, there is a $250 fine if you are found operating a vessel without a licence. You must carry a copy of your Pleasure Craft Licence on board at all times and display the pleasure craft licence number on the bow of your boat above the waterline on both sides in block characters that: are at least 7.5 centimetres (3 inches) high; and in a colour that contrasts with the colour of the bow. you must display the licence number on both sides of the bow, above the waterline, in block characters that are at least 7.5 centimetres (3 inches) high and in a colour that contrasts with the colour of the bow. Cost: Pleasure craft licences are free and are valid for 10 years. Pleasure Craft Licensing Centre P.O. Box 2006 Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B...

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