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The marine industry has seen a lot of recent development this month. See some of the outstanding discoveries and latest boating news below.

SS Keewatin ship heading to it's new home in Kingston, Ontario Photo Credit: SS Keewatin

New Future of the SS Keewatin

The historic SS Keewatin Steamboat was built in Glasgow, Scotland in 1907. It’s currently being towed from Port McNicoll to its new home in Kingston, Ontario for a $2M renovation. The historic ship which is a few years older than the Titanic will allow tourists aboard in 2024!

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ShipShape podcast with Wavve Boating

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Wavve Featured on ShipShape Podcast

Wavve Boating’s Founder and CEO Adam Allore was recently featured on the ShipShape podcast. Adam shares the origins of Wavve Boating and how the app has grown into a powerful tool for boaters of all levels. Listen to it on the ShipShape website, on Spotify or on Apple Podcasts.

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Discover Boating's boating basics safety video series

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Boating Safety Tips for 2023

Discover Boating has launched a new Boating Safety Basics video series which covers some great points to keep in mind as many boaters are kicking off their season. Be sure to check it out before you hit the water this weekend.

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Stay Tuned for our next edition featuring more of the latest boating news and marine industry announcements.

About Wavve Boating

Now that you’ve read up, It’s time to start planning your trip with the Wavve Boating App (available on the Apple Store and Google Play ). Wavve Boating allows you to connect, share, and explore our beautiful waterways. Together, we’re leading the future of marine navigation…all from the comfort of our phones – pretty cool right?

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