TWO OUT OF THREE AIN’T BAD!

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The second annual Canadian Yachting Magazine Port Credit Spring Boat Show was held over the weekend at the Port Credit Village Marina. Friday was a spectacular Day followed by good Saturday and then a lousy cold and rainy day Sunday. That said a strong flow of boaters seeking to see a wide selection of new and old sail and power yachts carried out through the whole weekend. The first two days had a festive feeling and the exhibitors enjoyed the crowds that came through the show. But on the Sunday the visitors coming to look at the boats for sail were a hardier group and foul weather gear was worn by most. 

All said the show was a strong success the vendors and boat dealers are already setting the stage is for next year’s Spring boat show/

1. Canadian Yachting Publisher Greg Nicoll taking his turn in the Canadian Yachting booth.

Photo Credit” Craig Ritchie

2. Canadian Power and Sail Squadron at the Port Credit Spring In Water Boat Show

Photo: Greg Nicoll

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