Businesses who support TIA are shown below. We encourage everyone who purchase products and services, to “buy local” and give these sponsors special consideration.

Admiral Sponsors

Wavve Boating

Mobile Kitchens Canada

Hucks Marine & Resort

Gananoque Chev

Thousand Island Marine Construction

The Boat Warehouse

Pelow Engineering

Hansler Smith Limited

Gananoque Boat Line
Gananoque Boat Line

Greenshield Pest Control

Cumberland Private Wealth

St. Lawrence Cruise Lines
St. Lawrence Cruise Lines


1000 Islands RV Centre
1000 Islands RV Centre

Home Hardware Gananoque

Kehoe Marine Construction
Kehoe Marine Construction

Redmond Realty
Redmond Realty Ltd.

Quality Marine Construction

The Ivy Lea Club

Thornbusch Landscaping

Georgina Ratcliffe, Sales Representative
Georgina Ratcliffe, Real Estate

Home Furniture Gananoque


Captain Sponsors

Upper Canada Installs

Todd Grier Excavating

Ironwood Landscaping

JD Construction

Keyes Real Estate
Keyes Real Estate

Syracuse Medical Equipment Repair

Clipper Inn

Lansdowne Tel

Moulton Tree Service

Gananoque Golf & Country Club

Greene Acre Golf Club

Parkway Pest Control
Parkway Pest Control

Clark’s Marina

Rob Wright Flooring

1000 Islands History Museum


Daltco Electric

Timber Tree Service

Bayview Yacht Harbour

Steel Style Garage

Tomlinson Group

Fox Run by the River

Thousand Islands Boat Museum

Baldree’s No Frills
Baldree’s No Frills

McDougall Insurance & Financial
McDougall Insurance

C R Builders

Eastern Marine Service

Corell Custom Cabinetry

Cerow Agency

Clarke & Wright, Barristers and Solisitors

Why Your Membership Matters

TIA is the only organization placing shoal markers for the River Community - this is an essential service. Our mission of river safety is to heighten boater’s awareness of some dangerous shoals to avoid . TIA strongly encourages all boaters to use navigation charts when navigating the St. Lawrence River. Please be a TIA supporter, we rely on membership dues & donations to be sustainable.

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