MONTREAL, Jan. 25, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Forgotten what summer feels like? Head to the Montreal Boat and Water Sports Show at Place Bonaventure from February 9th to 12th. It's the perfect place to run away from the cold winter and to start dreaming about your next summer holidays. Whether you love boating, fishing, extreme water sports such as wakeboarding or simply enjoy nature, the Show will inspire you with the latest engines, electronics and accessories as well as the return of large luxury yachts.
The Montreal Boat and Water Sports Show is the largest of its kind in Quebec with more than 400 boats and nearly 200 exhibitors. The Show also offers fun family activities, amazing presentations and a fashion show which is not afraid to get wet. It's the ideal place to start planning your next family vacation or a romantic getaway at one of Quebec's many nautical destinations. Furthermore, the 2012 edition of the popular Nautiguide Quebec, value of $14,95, will be offered for free by Quebec Marine Association.
Tickets Online, $2 off
Tickets for the Boats and Water Sports Show are now available online at www.nautismequebec.com. A reduction of $2 per ticket is offered.
|WHERE:||Place Bonaventure (800, de la Gauchetière West, Montreal, Métro Bonaventure)|
|WHEN:||February 9th to 12th (Thursday and Friday - 11am to 9pm; Saturday - 10am to 8pm and Sunday - 10am to 6pm)|
|Seniors / Student: $10|
|Children (under 12 years old): free|
|Families (2 adults and 2 teens from 13 to 17 years old): $30|
|Special 2 for 1: Saturdays from 5pm to 8pm|
The Montreal Boat and Water Sports Show has annually attracted nearly 30 000.
About Quebec Marine Association (QMA)
Founded in 1996, the QMA represents both the pleasure boating industry and individual boaters. It offers services to meet the specific needs of each of these segments. The QMA focuses on the advancement of pleasure boating and water sports, the development of a marina network infrastructure, boating, tourism, environmental protection and boating safety programs. The revenues generated by the Montreal Boat and Water Sports Show are used to fund projects such as marina classification programs and eco-marinas, Quebec's nautical station program, and the national and regional Discover Boating program.
For further information:
Head of Communications and Public Relations
Quebec Marine Association
Phone: 450 466-1777 free line: 1 877 560-1777