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Access FacilitiesBoat Launching Ramps
Launching Ramps for Small Boats
Marinas, Sailing Clubs, Boating Clubs and Ports
Ferrys and River Shuttles
Where to ?Swimming
Kitesurfing and Windsurfing
Kayak – Blue Routes
Museums and Historical Sites
Interpretation, Observation and Shows
Water Skiing, Wakeboarding and Knee-boarding
Dragon Boats, Paddling and Canoe/Kayaking
Kite Surf and Windsurfing
SUP (Stand-Up Paddle)
Scuba Diving and Snorkeling
White Water Rafting and Rafting
Sea Kayaking Expeditions
RentalsPersonal Water Craft
Kite Surf, Windsurfing Boards
Water Ski, Wakeboard, Wakesurf and Kneeboard
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NAUTICAL STATIONS BY TOURIST REGION
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Come discover Quebec Nautical Stations, a network of the best nautical destinations of "La Belle Province"! It is the gateway to all waterborne activities, whether on or under the water or along our shorelines.Live a different experience in Quebec, right at the heart of our rich maritime and nautical cultures.
- Lake Saint-François Nautical Station, a real paradise for boaters
Let yourself be charmed by the array of nautical landscapes of the Lake Saint-François Nautical Station.
- Lake of Deux-Montagnes Nautical Station, a destination to discover!
Neighbouring the Island of Montréal, the Lake of Deux-Montagnes Nautical Station is a paradise for the nautical sport enthusiasts with its 373 km2.
- Health benefits of boating
Did you know ? Boating and water sports are healthy for you !
- Two for One Deal on Canadian Historic Canals
January 19, 2015, Chambly, Quebec - The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of the Environment and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, today announced Parks Canada is offering boaters a unique opportunity to double their experience along several of Canada’s exceptional historic waterways in Ontario and Quebec this spring.