Van Isle Marina exclusive dealer in Western Canada for Pursuit

Pursuit Boats

Mar 12, 2020

Van Isle Marina in Sidney, BC is the exclusive dealer in Western Canada for Pursuit Boats.

Van Isle currently has the Pursuit OS325 Offshore model available for sale on site. The Pursuit OS325 Offshore that the companys showcased in September at the Nanaimo Boat Show is perfectly sized and comes with twin Yamaha F300 engines for comfortable cruising speeds of 30 mph or you can always push it up to 48 mph according to Greg Dickinson, the marina’s president.

“As a result of Van Isle Marina’s partnership with Pursuit, we are now offering boaters in Western Canada many more models to choose from, ranging from 23 to 40 feet,” Dickinson explains.

Van Isle MarinaPursuit Boats are designed, developed, and manufactured in the United States and are known for their proven hulls, refined lamination techniques, and vacuum-infused stringer grids. As Dickinson noted, the outboard-powered boats are innovative and of high quality that are built for recreational activities such as water sports, diving, fishing, adventure and entertaining.

In addition, each Pursuit Boat comes with a number of outstanding warranties, including an ultra-premium gelcoat backed by a five-year hull blister warranty; a transferrable five-year hull and deck structural warranty and a transferrable two-year component warranty.

About Van Isle Marina:
Family owned and operated since 1955, Van Isle Marina is one of the largest full-service marinas in British Columbia, Canada. Located in Sidney, BC on Vancouver Island, they are passionate about providing excellence and value in every aspect of their customers’ marina experience. Marina services include a fuel dock, restaurant, boat haul-out, boat moorage, an upland yacht park and a full yacht sales division. For more information, please visit or call 250-656-1138.

Van Isle Marina
2320 Harbour Road
Sidney BC

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