PACIFIC YACHT INDUSTRY FORUM PLANNED FOR LATE SPRING 2014

Pacific Superyacht Forum

The Pacific Yacht Industry Forum is 4 day programme of events for the Pacific superyacht industries, taking place in central Vancouver during late Spring, 2014.  Comprising a 2 day conference and a 3 day Yacht Show, this international event will target visitors from across the globe, placing BC and the north-west Pacific firmly on the superyacht map.   
 
Produced by Quaynote Communications, the yacht event specialists, and with Canadian Yachting magazine as the lead media partner, the Pacific Yacht Industry Forum aims to provide a platform for networking, business development, discussion and debate.  “We hope to attract a dazzling array of large yachts to the show, drawing attention to this sometimes overlooked, but beautiful region with its pristine cruising grounds”, explained Lorna Titley, Quaynote Director and founder of the Pacific Yacht Industry Forum.  “What`s more, the conference running alongside the Show will address the current “information void”, on yacht services available in the region, giving delegates a valuable guide to customs regulations, provisions, marina and refit facilities, as well as tackling the big issues facing industry leaders worldwide”.
 
For more information about speaking, sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, please contact the organisers on +1 604 538 2474 or at lorna@quaynote.com

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