Milestone Edition for Newfoundland Commercial Marine Event

The North Atlantic Fish & Workboat Show returns to the Mile One Centre in St. John’s, Newfoundland this fall.

Taking place November 18-19, 2016, the show will be celebrating a special anniversary: its 5th edition.

Presented by The Navigator and produced by Master Promotions, the show caters to all those who work on or around the water and features boats, marine services and equipment, as well as supplies, services, and safety gear for commercial fishermen and other workboats.

“This show is a proud Atlantic Canadian tradition,” said Show Manager Shawn Murphy. “It features a broad exhibitor base, new and innovative products, and an engaged audience who are in the market to buy. We love bringing this show to Newfoundland every two years!”

“We are just coming off a hugely successful edition of Fish Canada Workboat Canada, held last month in Moncton,” Murphy added. “That success combined with the current strength of the industry will certainly mean a strong North Atlantic Fish & Workboat Show with thousands of key buyers from across the region.”

As part of the event, the latest group of inductees for The Atlantic Canada Marine Industries Hall of Fame will be presented.  Further details on the nomination process will be available soon on the show website:

“This special recognition is a wonderful way of formally acknowledging some of the many people who have made valuable contributions to all sectors of the marine industry in Atlantic Canada,” said Kerry Hann, Editor, The Navigator. “It is a great pleasure for us at The Navigator to work with those who nominate individuals for the Hall of Fame, because it allows them and us an opportunity to say “Thank You” for all they’ve done for the rest of us.”



Friday, November 18

10:00 am – 5:00 pm


Saturday, November 19

10:00 am – 5:00 pm



Mile One Centre

St. John’s, NL


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