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It’s an exciting time for Nova Scotians, as Nova Scotia prepares to roll out its new navigator service, the Navigator, later this week.
The service, which will also allow owners to search for and sell vehicles, boats and other equipment, is expected to launch in early July.
The new service is designed to make it easier for owners to navigate the ocean and find their way around Nova Scotia.
The service will allow Nova Scotian owners to:Find, search and find where to park and park their vehicles.
Find a local dealer who has a fleet of navigation and tracking boats and cars available to you.
Buy, sell, or trade in used vehicles, motor boats and vehicles.
Navigator services are already available in Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and the Northwest Territories, according to the Nova Scotia Ministry of Transportation.
It has been two years since the province launched the service, and it’s still in the planning stages.
The province’s Maritime and Coast Guard is working to establish the service in Nova Scotia as well.
The Navigator will be a part of Nova Scotia Premier Mike Baird’s vision to provide more people with a reliable, affordable and accessible means to navigate.
“I think we have a lot of opportunity here in Nova Scotia to provide people with greater accessibility to navigation,” said Baird.
Navigator will help people find their place in the world, especially on the high seas, Baird said.
It will also be a great tool for people who are looking for a new home, such as those who have recently moved into their new apartment.
In Nova Scotia, you can find a new car or boat, which is the best way to make your Nova Scotia home more accessible, Baird added.
Baird said the new service will be similar to Nova Scotia Motorhome Sales, which was launched last year.
But Navigator is the first of its kind in the country, and there will be many more services to come, Baird noted.
Navigator is expected cost about $2,500 to operate, according the province.
It includes a navigation system and data collection equipment.
The Navigator service will launch in Nova Scottia in the fall.
For more information on the Nova Scotiians new marine navigator services, visit www.navigator.ca.