BC Boat Show in Sidney set to celebrate delayed 30th anniversary this fall – Vancouver Island Free Daily

After more than a year and a half of pandemic delay, the BC Boat Show has finally announced that it is ready to sail to Sidney.

This fall, the annual show will celebrate its 30th year welcoming visitors from across British Columbia, Alberta and Washington State. Watercraft of all kinds, from paddleboards and kayaks to sailboats and yachts, will be on display for the eager eyes to watch.

“It will offer a wide variety of premium new and used vessels that will appeal to a wide range of budgets,” Larry Thompson, president of the BC Yacht Brokers Association, said in a statement.

The city of Sidney will be transformed into a hotspot for the weekend of September 23-26, organizers have promised.

“To be at Port Sidney Marina in early fall this time, the gateway to one of the world’s best cruise destinations, you have a recipe perfect for the magic and the imagination to celebrate the 30th anniversary. “Boat show manager Steven Threadkell mentioned.

Visitors to the area can take a shuttle bus from the Swartz Bay ferry terminal and up Beacon Avenue to the marina. Exhibitors can start registering at the end of July and attendees can book their tickets at bcboatshow.com.

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