CY West at the Vancouver Boat Show 2013

Vancouver International Boat Show

While you are at this year's Vancouver International Boat Show be sure to stop by exhibitor booth # 174 to say hi, pick up an issue of Canadian Yachting West magazine and renew your subscription.  We'd like to know what you think of the boating issues of the day.  Share your thoughts and/or adventures with us!

Show Features include:

  1. Duma, the Wake Boarding Dob
  2. Discover Boating Centre
  3. New Product Showcase
  4. Sport Fishing in BC
  5. Free Boat Rides
  6. Tour RCM-SAR's New Falkins Class Type II Vessel
  7. Pursuing the Dream:  Bluewater Cruising Association
  8. Free Hourly Seminars
  9. Kids Zone
  10. SailFest
  11. and much, much more….

Canadian Yachting West Magazine:  Exhibitor Booth 174 and the Vancouver International Boat Show

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To learn more visit:  www.vancouverboatshow.ca

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