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********** BOAT WINTERIZING & STORAGE **********

It's that time of the year again, now that Summer is coming to an end it's time to think about getting your boat ready for the cold months ahead. Bring-us your boat for winterizing and/or storage. We are equipped to handle boats up to 45' in length and we provide a professional service with very secure and clean storage locations. We also provide storage for cars & RV's, inquire for more info

 

 

 

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2014-GTX185-1

NEW - 2014 GLASTRON GTX 185 - 2,412$ OFF - TRAILER INCLUDED 2014 Glastron $23,495.00
Length 18' Width 0"

OUR LAST 2014 GLASTRON BOAT REMAINING FOR THE SEASON, WE ARE SELLING IT AT A CRAZY LOW PRICE, COME AND GET IT BEFORE WE ARE COMPLETELY SOLD-OUT!

This boat fits perfectly with your wallet.  A very nice 18.5ft bowrider ...More Details

WELCOME TO OUR PLACE

Andre Lalonde Marine is a family business offering you an unmatched service experience, top-quality products and the best prices of the industry.

We are THE boating center by excellence in Eastern Ontario

Our water-front property of 8 acres located in the heart of the beautiful Ottawa River, plus our two state-of-the-art storage units of 12 000 sq/ft each accessible via highway 17 and our equipment allowing us to fully service and store boats up to 45 foot in length and a marina on premises, nobody else in Eastern Ontario is better organized and equipped than we are.

It is not a coincidence if so many people choose to buy a boat and/or service a boat at André Lalonde Marine in Wendover.

Come and visit us. Here you will not be considered and treated like a number.

 

 

Below is a beautiful Winter picture of our main property in Wendover, taken in February 2014.

Historical facts about our geographic location: The concrete pillars that we see on the picture crossing the South-Nation River are abandonned remains of an old railway bridge that used to connect a railway from Ottawa to Montreal in the late 1800's, early 1900's during the period named <<The Golden Age of Canadian Railways>>. This railway bridge was built by the former Canadian-Northern Railway Company(CNoR) with generous government grants and loans in order to establish a Coast-to-Coast network accross the country that would compete with the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) monopoly. At the beginning of the First World War, with it's network almost completed, the CNoR was in serious financial troubles, the government then took control of it and nationalized the CNoR. In 1918 the CNoR was grouped with the Canadian National Railway (CN) and disappeared completely in 1923 with many of its circuits that were abandonned. Up to this date, there are still many circuits of the former CNoR that are still in operation by the CN. We estimate that trains circulated on this bridge for a maximal period of 20 years.