Moncton Boat Show


Be part of the official kickoff to summer fun with the 2015 edition of the Moncton Boat Show, returning the Moncton Coliseum March 27th to 29th. This year’s show will include the most sought-after brands of boats and equipment from the top dealers from across the Maritimes, and will once again be co-located with the New Brunswick Sportsmen’s Show and the Dieppe Fly Fishing Forum, offering visitors three great events for one low price! 

“New Brunswick has tons of amazing geographical features that appeal to boaters, so it’s no wonder it’s such a popular pastime,” said Show Manager Scott Sprague. “Boating enthusiasts won’t want to miss this prime opportunity to catch all the major dealers under one roof. Plus, there’ll be some great show-only specials, informative workshops, and we’ll be giving away a brand new boat, courtesy of Iron Wind Marine and Crestliner!”

Featured dealers at this year’s show include:  Advance Motorsports, Atlantic Motoplex, Cabano Marine & Sports, Cobequid Mountain Sports, Hi-Tech Powersports, Iron Wind Marine, Mahone Marine, Patterson Sales & Service Ltd., Quartermaster Marine, and Seamasters Marine Services.

At the show, visitors will want to check out the Discover Boating Centre, with tons of information for both beginner and more advanced boaters. A series of workshops on knot tying and anchoring will also be offered at various times throughout the weekend – the full schedule and session descriptions are available on the show website.


Friday, March 27        12 Noon – 9pm

Saturday, March 28    10am – 6pm

Sunday, March 29       10am – 5pm

Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for juniors (10-16), and children under 10 are free when accompanied by an adult. A family pass (2 adults and 2 juniors) is $25; and this year a weekend pass is available for $15 (non-transferrable). Visitors can save $1 off their admission with a printable coupon on the show website . 


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