The Maritime Museum of BC Announces 19th Annual Massive Marine Garage Sale

Mar 21, 2023

It’s back! The Maritime Museum of BC, along with sponsor the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority (GVHA) and support from CFB Esquimalt and Trotac Marine, is excited to announce that it will hold its 19th annual Massive Marine Garage Sale on Saturday, March 25 at Pier A at the Breakwater District at Ogden Point, 185 Dallas Road. 
The Massive Marine Garage Sale returns this Spring. 

About the Event

This popular annual event returns at last for buyers and sellers–and anyone who loves boating, fishing and outdoor sports! Bringing together marine vendors from all over Vancouver Island, the Museum expects a great turnout for dozens of vendors setting up in and outside of Pier A.
“We look forward to bringing this event back to the community once again this year. This event is a wonderful fundraiser for the Maritime Museum of BC and a great opportunity for people to get great deals on marine and outdoor goods,” said Brittany Vis, Executive Director, “Whether you have a boat or are an outdoor enthusiast, there will be something for you!”

Marine Garage sale 2022 4002022 inside Pier A.
Image Courtesy of the Maritime Museum of BC

All proceeds support the Maritime Museum of BC, to continue operations and help with the running of school and public programs. Coffee, hot chocolate, and pastries will be available by donation. A 50/50 raffle will also be held, with two draws. “Attendees can expect boats, engines, kayaks, fishing  and camping gear, and anything related you can think of,” said Anya Zanko, the Events and Development Coordinator at the Museum, “we can’t wait to see everyone!”

Information for the Public
Event Date: Saturday, March 25, 2023
Location: Pier A at the Breakwater District at Ogden Point, 185 Dallas Road
Hours: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Early Bird Entrance at 8:40 am)
Website: www.mmbc.bc.ca/garage-sale/ 

  • General Entrance – $5.00
  • Early Bird Entrance – $10.00
  • Child (under 12) – Free

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