CY at the Toronto International Boat Show

Galley Guys

Jan 10, 2016

Canadian Yachting‘s Galley Guys will be at TIBS in their starring roles.

It’s a wonderful January tradition. We pack up our snappy booth, magazines, cameras and logo’d shirts then head down to the show. It’s called work for us, but mostly it’s an excuse to get away from the screen, hang out with real people and shoot the breeze about boating. Let’s face it, that’s at least the secondary purpose (the first being seeing the next boat) for most visitors to TIBS.

Drop by and say Ahoy. We’re at booth # 1720 and we look forward to seeing you.

CY Booth

 

 

 

The Canadian Yachting video studio at previous Toronto International Boat Shows was always busy but new plans are afoot for 2017.

 

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