After more than a year and a half of pandemic delays, the B.C. Boat Show is finally ready to cruise into Sidney.
This fall, the annual show celebrates its 30th year of welcoming visitors from across B.C., Alberta and Washington State. Watercraft of every kind, from paddle boards and kayaks to sailboats and yachts, will be on display for eager eyes to look at.
“It will feature a large variety of new and premium pre-owned vessels that will appeal to a wide range of budgets,” Larry Thompson, president of the B.C. Yacht Brokers Association, said in a statement.
The town of Sidney will be transformed into a place of excitement from Sept. 23 to 26, organizers have promised.
“To be at Port Sidney Marina in the early fall this time, the gateway to one of the best cruising destinations in the world, you’ve got a perfect recipe for magic and imagination to celebrate the 30th anniversary,” boat show manager Steven Threadkell said.
Visitors to the area will be able to catch a shuttle bus from the Swartz Bay ferry terminal and the top of Beacon Avenue to the marina. Exhibitors can start registering now and attendees can book their tickets at bcboatshow.com.
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