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A digital guide to the Toronto Boat Show

by Terri Hodgson on 11 Jan 2013
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Put Some Summer in Your Winter at the Toronto International Boat Show! Canadian Yachting is a proud participant in the 55th Toronto International Boat Show beginning January 12th, 2013. Canada’s premiere boat show is the best place to see and buy the latest in boats and boating-related accessories and services.

The Toronto Boat Show’s Special Preview Night on January 11th showcases a united industry working together to help others in need. Over the course of 11 years it has raised more than $585,000 for initiatives that are close to the hearts of the boating community. In 2012 it raised $24,615 for childrens’ charities and, in celebration of the London 2012 Olympic Games, for Canada’s Boating Olympic Athletes!

Canadian Yachting makes available a full web version of the Boat Show Guide online.

Download the guide for a mobile quick reference for all show info including exhibitors, map and directions, workshops and seminars, special features such as the world’s largest indoor lake, kids’ zone, Duma the wakeboarding dog, Great Canadian Fish Tank, new products, restaurants and much, much more.
Visit the Kids' Zone at the Toronto Boat Download the Toronto Boat Show complete guide courtesy of Canadian Yachting

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Come and say hi to the Galley Guys at Canadian Yachting's Island Village at the Toronto Boat Show Canadian Yachting's Island Village

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There is truly something for everyone at the Toronto Boat Show. Canadian Yachting is a proud sponsor of the Island Village, located in the SailFest section (Hall D) of this year’s show. Enjoy the authentic island sounds and tastes of the Caribbean while island country representatives and charter boat companies help design your next vacation.

Learn more about Island Village and the Galley Guys by clicking here

CY Island Village: Booth 1536
Canadian Yachting Magazine: Booth 1720

How to Find Us

Dates: Sat. Jan. 12 to Sun. Jan. 20, 2013, with a Special Preview Night on Jan 11th.

Location: Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Blvd Toronto, ON M6K 3C3

Admission: Adults - $18.00, 16 and Under – Free

Buy tickets online before Jan. 11th and save Canadian Canadian Yachting Facebook Canadian Yachting on Toronto Boat Show

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