Anapolis Breakfast InvitationCanadian Yachting in partnership with Robertson & Robertson Yacht Insurance Ltd. invite you and a guest to the 10th Anniversary Canadian Breakfast!

Date: Friday, October 11, 2013.
Place: The Federal House
22 Market Space
Time: 8:00am

To our friends in the Canadian marine industry, if you are going to be attending the Annapolis Show, come and join us for breakfast on Friday October 11th.
 
We will be serving up a hearty breakfast to help you power through the day on the docks.
 
If you can make it to breakfast; RSVP by Septmeber 30, 2013 to Greg Nicoll at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and he can make sure you are included on the guest list.
 

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Kaitlin Marine CorpStory: Greg Nicoll

Over 30 years ago, Bill Daniell, President of Kaitlin Corporation had a vision to create a series of master-planned resort style communities in Clarington Ontario. On June 19th was the Grand Opening Celebration of the Bowmanville Marina, (formerly known as the Port Darlington Marina) now owned by The Kaitlin Corporation.

There has been a great deal investment in the marina with the complete refurbishment of the Inns and suites, restaurant and event space with a capacity to host 30 to 300 people to suit a wide range of events. 

Read more about Bowmanville Marina............

 

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