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Le Boat set to resume sailings on the historic Rideau Canal

With the Rideau Canal set to reopen on June 1, Le Boat is preparing to resume operations of its luxury houseboat rentals, which the company says is an ideal option for Canadians looking to vacation closer to home.
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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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