PACIFIC YACHT CONFERENCE MAY 28, 29 IN VANCOUVER

Pacific Yacht Conference

The Pacific Yacht Conference is an international industry event that will attract visitors from across the globe, placing BC and the surrounding regions firmly on the superyacht map. The Pacific Yacht Conference will take place on board the “Magic Charm”, an award-winning harbour cruise vessel moored in the heart of Vancouver.
 
The 2 day conference will address the market for large yachts regionally and globally, Vancouver to Alaska cruising, restrictions on foreign-flagged yachts entering Canada, marina demand and supply in the Pacific Northwest, servicing larger yachts, refit versus new-builds: weighing up the pros and cons, superyacht build and design, yacht finance and meet the buyer / vendor sessions.
 
Speakers already confirmed for the event include:
Honourable Shirley Bond, Minister for Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training (via link)
Sara Anghel, Executive Director/ Vice President Government Relations, National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA)
Mark Drewelow, Former Yacht Captain, Owner, C2C, & Founder, Yacht Aid Global (YAG)
Greg Marshall, Greg Marshall Design
Steve Jackman, North Island Marina, Port McNeill, BC
John Nassichuk, General Manager, Raven Marine
Robert Ruzzi, Offshore Interiors
Frederick Robinson, Principal, Carney, Badley, Spellman
Wes Vermuelen, West Bay SonShip Yacht
Pat Bray, Bray Yacht Design and Research
Jens Bering, Manager Product Management, Volvo Penta of the Americas

 
If you are interested in speaking or sponsorship opportunities please email Lorna@quaynote.com or telephone +1 604 538 2474+1 604 538 2474

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