Victoria Boat Show Feb 19-21, 2016

Victoria Boat Show 2016

 

Jan 26, 2016

Back this February 2016 and in conjunction with Island Outfitters, Canwest Productions is pleased to produce the largest and most successful Boat, Fishing, & Outdoor Show on Vancouver Island to date. With their inside space jammed with new boats, products, and displays this year’s show focusses on bringing a bigger variety of exhibitors – with more product and specials that attendees are asking for.

Visit the website for all details on Exhibitors, Seminars, Entertainment and more.   

Pearkes Recreational Centre
@ Tillicum Mall
Tillicum Road
Victoria, BC V9A 6T2 

Save $2.00 and order your tickets online. 

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