Canadian Yachting & The Galley Guys at TIBS 2016

Galley Guys at TIBS 2016

Canadian Yachting and the Galley Guys have been having a great time at the 2016 Toronto Boat Show, on until Sunday January 17th.

If you are heading to the Toronto International Boat Show this Fri, Sat or Sun stop by Booth 1720 and you may be fortunate enough to meet up with the Galley Guys, Canadian Yachting magazine’s fun food dudes. 

Left:  Galley Guys at Canadian Yachting Boot 1720 at Toronto Boat Show

This year’s show has enjoyed a 33% increase in attendance and the offerings do not disappoint.  Download your Free Digital Show Guide here.

See what the innovators at the Canadian Power and Sail Squadron have in store for you with their Boating Skills Virtual Trainers (BSVT).Charley Zhou

Left:  Charley Zhou of Ahoy Captain Yachting Services, at TIBS 2016

Andy Adams speaking at TIBSBelow:  Our own Andy Adams delivering a presentation at TIBS 2016

Bottom:  Canadian Yachting’s John Armstrong, at TIBS 2016, taking a break from the hustle and bustle.


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