Congrats to CY’s Toronto Boat Show Steiner winner

Steiner Contest

Feb 27, 2020

Canadian Yachting celebrated the Toronto Show with a contest to win some superb Steiner binoculars. There was a barrel of entries and now Greg Nicoll, publisher of Canadian Yachting Magazine would like to congratulate the winner of the Steiner Navigator Binoculars and would also like to thank all those who enter the contest.

In keeping with our policies our winner chose not to have their name published. However, if you see a boater out on the water this year looking through a brand-new pair of Steiner 10X50 smile as he or her may be the winner of an incredible pair of binoculars.

Steiner Commander SeriesThe porro prism Navigator Pro Series is the choice for recreational boaters, weekend anglers and hobby sailors. It offers exceptional performance for the price with many of the features found on premium, world-famous Steiner marine binoculars. They will provide a lifetime of use for discerning water enthusiasts.

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