Free Registration for the 2021 Virtual Vancouver International Boat Show

VIBS

Feb 11, 2021

The 59th Vancouver International Boat Show will take place virtually from February 24 – 27, 2021. Enthusiasts will be able to browse the newest boat models from top brands and boating-related products and services on the market – all from the comfort of home.

With free admission, the interactive format features virtual showrooms, seminars, exclusive video content and opportunities to connect with dedicated salespeople and product specialists that represent all the major brands you’ve come to expect in-person.

Attending the show is FREE! Registration is made possible by Yamaha Canada and is open now for the 2021 Virtual Vancouver Boat Show, February 24-27. Sign-up at www.VancouverBoatShow.ca.

For more information, please visit www.VancouverBoatShow.ca. Specific program and access details will be posted online as they are finalized.

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