Kelowna Boat Show April 27 & 28, 2024

Kelowna Boat Show

April 15, 2024

A large selection of both new and used boats of all kinds, from entry level to pontoons, wakeboards and cruisers, stand up paddleboard, kayaks and dinghies! But it doesn’t stop there, other marine service providers will showcase boat detailing, shrink wrap, audio equipment, carpet and canvas repairs as well as insurance providers, boat charters and dock repair companies. There will also be food & drink vendors providing an array of food and refreshments.

The Buccaneer Kids Zone will be a fun area full of activities, so bring The Littles along!

The Kelowna Yacht Club is spreading the word about their “Not a member – not a problem!” motto. This campaign allows them to periodically open their doors to the public to enjoy booking event spaces, touring the facility or participating in public events such as the Kelowna Boat Show! Come join members and the public at their Clubhouse during this annual event!

With over 150 new and used boats for sale, ranging from entry level to pontoon, wakeboard and cruiser, kayaks and paddleboards, the Boat Show has something for everyone.

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