Going The Distance

Princecraft pontoon is the tool to distance travelling

Published online: Jun 21, 2013 Feature Katie Burke
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A 27-day voyage on a pontoon? It better be a very nice boat. When Richard Caza and Natalie Dionne decided to take travel 1,240 miles from Baie des Brises, Canada, to Georgian Bay, they knew they needed a boat that could keep up.

Read all about their amazing journey and the boat they chose to take on it in the July issue on page 24.
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