Georgian Bay In-Water Boat Show: June 3-5, 2016

Gbay In Water Boat Show

June 1, 2016

Bayport Marina, 156 Marina Park Ave, Midland, ON.

Admission is free and there will be many events taking place this year including 2016’s hottest products, Mariner’s Marketplace, Boat demo rides of Georgian Bay’s 30,000 islands and much more. Come and experience some world class boats including; Sea Ray’s, Super Air Nautique, Crest Pontoon, Chaparral Vortex, Robalo and much more.









This year marks Pride’s 30th year in business, and there will be some spectacular sales. Bayport is currently offering free boat evaluations, with Pride being the largest multi location marina in Canada; they may be able to offer you a higher than average market value for your boat.

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