Halifax International Boat Show February 18-21 2016

Halifax Show Photo Contest


Jan 24, 2016

Halifax Show Photo Contest Less than a month to go to the 2016 Boat Show! AMTA and the show producers, Master Promotions Ltd are looking forward to the first show in the Halifax Exhibition Centre. With a theme of summer: Have Boat Have Summer, the show will feature what ‘lies beneath’ with stories from shipwreck hunter Terry Dwyer, artifact finder Wayne Mushrow, panel discussions, seminars, cooking afloat demonstrations and a visit from a Mermaid!

The Halifax Exhibition Centre (formerly Exhibition Park) kicks off a Brand new 2016 Show season on Jan 28th with the Halifax RV Show.

New owners of the facility, BesimHalef and BassamNahas have started improvements to the building and surrounds and have rebranded it. 


Photo Contest

The 2016 Halifax International Boat Show Photo contest is now open on the Show Facebook page www.facebook.com/HalifaxInternationalBoatShow  You can check out the rules of the contest and encourage your clients and customers to enter! Contest Rules are on-line here http://goo.gl/KTRf2g

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