Getting a Pleasure Craft License: The Pleasure of Peace of Mind

There are few words that are perhaps more satisfying to say than “pleasure craft.” To hear those words together evokes images of wonderful, lazy days in the sun, on the water, with those you care about most. However, if you’re worried about your documentation, licensing, and being stopped by the authorities, then it’s hard to…

Want To Know More About Alberta Boating Regulations?

If you are looking for advice about operating a vessel in Alberta, you need to understand all of the Alberta boating regulations. There are some basic rules and requirements that come with running a boat in these waters, the majority of which also apply to the whole of Canada, and by learning these regulations early…

More than Transport Canada Documentations: Boating Safety

Our site is designed to make acquiring and maintaining proper Transport Canada documentations easier. We specifically made it so that vessel owners can have one less thing to worry about. However, one thing that every vessel owner has to worry about at all times is safety. That’s true during any time of the year, but in…

Service Canada Change of Address as well as Other Forms

Change in life is inevitable. We all make plans on what we think or hope will happen, but sometimes, life throws us a proverbial curveball. Maybe you had planned on staying at your home for the rest of your life, but when an opportunity came up, you couldn’t pass it by. Or, perhaps you were…

Alberta Boat Licence for You (Or Wherever In Canada You May Be)

“Can you help me get my Alberta boat licence?” is one version of a question that we get quite often. Sure, maybe they don’t always specify “Alberta,” but the sentiment is the same. They want us to be able to help them to get the right licensing for their vessels. Sometimes we even answer that…

Assisting with Service Canada Change of Address and Others

There are so many different functions and actions that are part of owning a vessel, many of which are fun and exciting: taking the boat out on the water, washing the boat, going through a day of work on it (if it’s non-commercial), or using it for recreation with friends and family. Filling out vessel…