Halifax International Boat Show 2014

Halifax Boat Show 2014

The Halifax International Boat Show returns February 20-23, 2014 at Exhibition Park in Halifax. This event encompasses the largest and most sought after brands of boats and boating equipment in Eastern Canada and it’s all under one roof.

The Halifax International Boat Show is the largest boat show in Eastern Canada. Exhibited boats range in size from 6′ to over 30′ and include runabouts, cruisers, motor yachts, sail boats, sailing dinghies, pontoon boats, bass boats, inflatables, RIBS and personal water craft.

Exciting features, special guests, education and the latest lines of boats and marine equipment will be showcased here all under one roof! This is the show for boaters to SHOP!

Halifax Boat Show Website
HIBS 2014

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