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ORILLIA BOAT SHOW ENJOYS THE SUN

Crates Cantius 45

June 18, 2019

Crate’s team showed Show this gorgeous 2018 Cruisers 45 Cantius at the Orillia show

Orillia’s Spring Boat, Cottage & Outdoor Show at the Port of Orillia and waterfront parks, Lake Couchiching brought out the crowds for a perfect weekend, June 7-9.

New and pre-owned boats of all sizes make up this show, from inflatables to offshore performance to fishing boats to cruisers! Started in the early 1990’s for the large pre-owned boat market, this is an established trade show for the boating industry and private sector. This is one of the few shows offering private owners an opportunity to sell their boat. Started in the early 1990’s for the large pre-owned boat market, this is an established trade show for the boating industry and private sector. This is one of the few shows offering private owners an opportunity to sell their boat.

Orillia Home and Cottage ShowCost, location, time of year and ease of in-water testing all contribute to the success of the Spring Boat, Cottage & Outdoor Show! The show also features a variety of marine, cottage and outdoor products, land vendors and marine safety demonstrations. An average of 20,000 people attend the festival each year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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