A Monster Exhibit: Model of Record Catch to be Unveiled at Yarmouth Shark Scramble
Above photo: Yarmouth Shark Scramble co-founder Bob Gavel poses with the record-setting short-fin mako shark when it was landed in 2004. A life-size replica of the mako will soon be on display on the Yarmouth waterfront at Rudder’s Wharf, home of the tournament. Contributed photo.
A life-sized replica of the record-setting mako shark caught during the 2004 Yarmouth Shark Scramble will soon be on display at Rudder’s Wharf on the Yarmouth waterfront.
“We just ordered it yesterda...
Halifax International Boat Show Drops Anchor This Weekend
This weekend, the Halifax International Boat Show is back at Halifax Exhibition Centre with the largest display of boats and watercraft in Eastern Canada.
Taking place February 8 through 11, the show welcomes 16 of the Maritimes’ top dealers, hundreds of models and exhibitors, and features to entertain the whole family.
“If you’re already dreaming of days on the water, this show is the place to be,” said Scott Sprague, Show Manager. “Our exhibitors will have a huge variety of ...
TriNav Group of Companies Acquires Nova Scotia Pleasure Boat Brokerage Company Ocean Yacht Sales
The Directors of the TriNav Group of Companies today announced the successful acquisition of Halifax, Nova Scotia-based Ocean Yacht Sales.
The TriNav Group of Companies, which owns TriNav Marine Brokerage, the largest marine-related broker in Eastern Canada, and Fairhaven, Massachusetts-based Athearn Marine Agency, said the acquisition will provide pleasure boat clients with a broader and more comprehensive customer base through the company’s brokers throughout Atlantic Canada and the ...
Registration Now Open For Canada’s Largest Commercial Marine Event
Fish Canada Workboat Canada, the nation’s largest commercial marine show, returns to the Moncton Coliseum January 22-23, 2016.
This biennial event is a favourite of those who make their living on, in, and around the water, along with those who provide the related products and services to keep Atlantic Canada’s marine-based industries running strong.
Registration is now open for the 2016 edition of the show. For a limited time, visitors can pre-register for just $5 and fast-track their ...