Do You Have Your License to Chill?

License to Chill

July 11, 2024

Come and join us in Trois-Rivieres in October for AGM 2024 for a New World Discovery!

 A new world of activities, tours and surprises, a new world of NautiSavoir / CanBoat.

On Thursday, October 24th, the tour of the Borealis museum tour will show you how people lived during the 1900’s around the paper industry.  After the museum, we will have lunch and go for a walk in the old Trois-Rivières and end your visit En Prison!

Departure from hotel: 10 am  Return: 4 pm

Cost : 60$ (lunch included)

Visit in En/Fr

Friday we’ll be visiting La Cité de l’Énergie, with his 377 feet observation’s tower, the view will blow your mind!

Take a sneak peek into Musée Jean Chretien, where you can see all the gifts given to the Prime Minister during his career as Canada’s PM.

After lunch, we’ll tour  a microbrewery’s and why not taste some beers!

Departure from Hotel: 10 am  Return: 4 pm

Cost :85$ ( lunch Included)

Visit FR/EN

On Friday night, get your LICENSE TO CHILL!

Slip into James Bond shoes or James Bond Girl’s shoes and come chill with us to the sound of DJ’s music, over a cocktail dinner.

Ladies, have you ever dreamt of your own lip-gloss colour, made specially for you? The Glossbar will make your dreams with The Glossbar activity that held on Friday night, gents will have choice of lip balm.

On Saturday, dress in your nicest evening gowns and jackets for the Chief’s Commander Gala Dinner, followed by dancing to the sound of the Canadian Naval Reserve Band music.

Be there to Discover a New World of NautiSavoir / CanBoat!

Buy your tickets today here

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