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Living the good life on Le Boat, a product that’s easier to sell than you might think

A leisurely cruise along the Rideau Canal with Le Boat makes it clear why this holiday style, already a strong sell in Europe, is increasingly popular in Canada too. For agents, here are the key takeaways: Le Boat pays commission, and clients don’t need a boating license to take a Le Boat vacation.
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