2014 VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW KICKS OFF

VIBS 2014 Show Guide

Western Canada’s premiere boat show, the Vancouver International Boat Show kicks off Jan 22nd with an impressive roster of events.  Download the Show Guide for free, find out how to Win the Grand Prize Boat, view the schedule of seminars and presentations and discover the activities that will keep the whole family entertained.

Click Here for the Vancouver Boat Show Guide Free Download

Running from Wednesday, January 22 to Sunday, January 26, 2014, the 52nd annual event kicks off the boating season earlier than ever with more than 250 exhibitors showcasing the best and biggest selection of boats and boating products.

With two great locations – an indoor venue at BC Place and in-water venue at Granville Island – show goers of all ages and expertise can get their season started by enjoying family-friendly activities, an expanded seminar lineup featuring top boating experts, and incredible deals on all the latest marine products.

From kayaking to sailing, fishing to cruising, the endless opportunities afforded by BC’s stunning coastline and hundreds of lakes and rivers have made the boating lifestyle much more than a seasonal activity for many British Columbians. New multi-day ticket packages now available.

Click Here for the Vancouver Boat Show Guide Free Download

Pre-plan your visit at www.VancouverBoatShow.ca.

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