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Inside: • Exhibitor List • Sponsors • Yacht Broker’s Listings • Things to Do

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! e m o Welc The Nanaimo Port Authority presents its 6th Annual Floating Boat & Marine Trade Show. Thank you for attending. The purpose of the show is to provide a variety of vessels, new and pre-owned, plus showcase supplies and equipment in a dynamic marine setting for a boat smart market. Once you’ve found the “boat for your budget”, exhibitors on hand will provide you with what you need to enjoy a safe and responsible experience on our incredible coastal waters. At the show you can take the Exam for the Pleasure Card Operators Certificate, now mandatory in Canada. Plus sign up for more in-depth courses to understand marine charts, plot courses, understand navigation and collision rules and how to communicate on the marine highway at various levels. Members of the BC Yacht Brokers Association are supporting the show for the 6th consecutive time. Yacht brokers and manufacturers plus a variety of exhibitors from the lower mainland and Vancouver Island are present to provide products and services for attendees from British Columbia, Alberta and Washington State. Nanaimo’s show is gaining a reputation for results with a reported 9 sales during the 2009 show including a 70 foot vessel. You can refer to a list of exhibitors, finalized at the deadline for printing, representing 98% of over 70 show participants. A successful show could not be accomplished without the special efforts and sponsorship from many local organizations and the marine community. In this regard, acknowledgement goes out to Pacific Yachting, Tourism Nanaimo, Downtown Nanaimo BIA, Aero Fishing, Hub City Fishing, Shylo Fishing, Macleod Bros., Budget Rent-a-Truck, and Maxx Music. We thank you for your support. The Show Program was designed by MG Designs with assistance from Nanaimo Daily News. The show Website creation and meticulous inner work were provided by Simple Vision. Our Program will be posted on line on our show web site for future reference along with contacts from the show. www. A unique feature of the Nanaimo show is our opportunity to celebrate our local talent, found in the world of culinary arts from our very own Vancouver Island University. A huge hit each year, chefs from the program work with students to create gourmet seafood samplings for show attendees each day around the noon hour. Culinary Arts Chair, Chef Craig Rogers says; “This show is one they look forward to every year where they can display their talents to the public, an important part of cuisine presentation.” We can’t wait to see what they have in their recipe book this year! This show program also features information from Nanaimo Port Authority including the recently announced

Cruise Facility, and newly launched web site While you are enjoying the show drop by our Wharfinger’s Office to learn more about the many services at the marinas and around the harbour. You can pick up a copy of the Harbour Practices and Procedures for extended stay permits in the anchorage area of our beautiful Nanaimo Harbour. For business people we have an extensive brochure and sign program to connect the 22,000 visiting boaters to local businesses. Our popular Dining Guide refers people to the many incredible restaurants we have just minutes away. Rates for charter boats and annual moorage are available or make a reservation for a friend who wants overnight moorage in our marinas. If you or an organization you know is planning a special event, we have several scenic venues to offer including our Observation Deck, a water level private float or Pioneer Waterfront Plaza. Plan to come back with family and friends to wander through shops on our Harbourside Walkway (Pic) or visit the historic HBC Bastion and have blast when the famous cannon firing marks high noon. Take in the Fisherman’s Float and pick up dinner from an authentic commercial fishing vessel. Fly home right from our show’s front door with Harbour Air or West Coast Air or take our shuttle to BC Ferries’ Departure Bay Terminal. Last, but not least, a message from President & CEO, Bernie Dumas,


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Nanaimo’s New Cruise Facility Underway Last minute i di discussions i over First i Nation concerns have been settled and Nanaimo’s new $22 million floating cruise ship facility is on the way to becoming reality next year. Lead engineering consultants, CH2MHill put tenders out for the floating dock on April 21, followed this up with an on-site meeting with interested parties on May 4. The tenders closed on May 19th and the Port is now in the process of evaluating each one before making the final award. Port President & CEO Bernie Dumas indicated he is pleased with the competitive bid numbers received and hopes to announce the successful bidder in early June.

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Nanaimo is seeking a 350 foot by 50 foot floating dock – either steel or concrete – which will allow it to handle the largest cruise ships on the west coast. That contract will also include mooring dolphins, gangways and trestles, and spin fin pilings which can support a higher stress load than conventional pilings. On shore, Herold Engineering Limited of Nanaimo is building road access; upgrading services such as water, sewage and electric; and constructing a welcome centre that will also incorporate a Canada Border Services Agency inspection facility and passenger waiting and services areas. It is envisioned that some small portable kiosks for local shore excursion operators will also be included in the passenger welcoming area. All construction will have to be completed by March 31, 2011 or face penalties, says Dumas. “This should be enough time if we don’t run into unknowns . . . there is plenty of local labour available for the project,” he adds. And the cruise trade should prove profitable for Nanaimo, but it will take perhaps five years or more to reach the goal of 30 to 40 large cruise ship visits in a season. This year, only three large cruise ships and six pocket cruise ships will call – mostly in the shoulder seasons – and the big cruise ships will tender passengers and crew ashore for a variety of excursions, walking tours, and other attractions. It’s a quiet year – one felt widely on the west coast as Alaskan cruise ship sailings have been significantly reduced – but Dumas emphasizes the new floating dock is being “built for the future and with the ability to handle the variety of cruise ships that will ply the west coast.” “We in Nanaimo have a lot to offer, we have a very good future,” he assures.

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World Oceans Day, June 8 World Oceans Day, June 8, is a time to remember the lifegiving role of oceans and to raise awareness about ocean health. The Government of Canada proposed the concept of World Ocean Day in 1992 at the United Nations Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro and the day had been celebrated internationally ever since. We are all connected to the oceans no matter where we live — inland or on the coast. By exploring our links to the oceans, we learn how closely connected we are to the ocean, and how what we do in our backyard and community can have a positive or negative affect on our oceans.

For more information about Oceans Day, visit the DFO website at: oceans/events-evenements/ oceansday-journeedesoceans/ index-eng.htm Also check out the Rivers to Oceans Week program and events to find out what’s happening in your region: http:// issues/water/

Change attitudes — encourage individuals to think about what the oceans mean to each of us, and what oceans have to offer. Learn — discover the wealth of diverse and beautiful creatures and habitats found in the oceans, and how our actions affect them. Change our ways — encourage each of us to become caretakers of our oceans, and to conserve them for our future. Celebrate — organize or participate in ocean events, whether we live inland or on the coast.

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OFFICIAL BOAT SHOW L Advance Yacht Sales Phone 250-655-0996 email: BE SAFE Fire Extinguishing Ball Inc Phone 250-751-1148 email: Big Island Inflata-Boats ltd. Phone 250-754-6519 Phone 250-714-3360 email: Blackfish Marine Phone 604-669-8081 email: Blue Peter Marine Phone 250-754-7887 BoatSmart! Canada Phone 705-745-2878 email:

Department of Fisheries & Ocean Phone 250-754-0230 email: Dolphin Insurance Services Inc. Phone 604-261-9200 email: Endura Manufacturing Phone 604-591-8224 Fraser Yacht Sales Phone 604-734-3344 Contact: John Bassingthwaighte email: Freedom Marine Phone 604-609-0985 email: Georgia Straight Alliance Phone 250-753-3459 email: Grand Yachts Inc. Phone 604-687-8943

BreakWater Marine Ltd. Phone 250-716-1181 email:

Gabriola Chamber of Commerce B&B’s Phone 250-247-9332 email:

Calibre Yacht Sales Phone 604-929-0651 email: Coastal Crafts Boats Phone 604-886-3004

Greenwood Yacht Services Phone 604-838-4540 email:

Coastal Watch - RCMP Auxiliary Nanaimo Phone 1-888-855-6655 Coast Mountain Truck and Marine Phone 250-754-7615 email: Coast Guard Auxiliary Phone 250-729-1935 Phone 250-751-0121 email: Custom Yacht Sales Phone 250-656-8771 email:

Harbour Air Phone 250-714-0900 Herizen Sailing for Women Phone 1-250-753-4253 Hub International Insurance Brokers Phone 604-990-6490 email: Independent Marine Supply Store Phone 250-248-2293 email: Independent Diesel Phone 250-390-4444 email:

Industrial Plastics & Paints Phone 250-758-3390 C-TOW Phone 604-989-2628 email: 6 Official Boat Show Program 2010

Island Yachts Sales Phone 250-746-6000 email: John’s Bedroom Barn Phone 250-741-1888 email: Johnson Meier Insurance Phone 604-944-9577 email: Lifetimer Boats 250-748-2187 Lightspeed Kayaks Phone 250-752-8432 email: Mount Seymour Yacht Sales Phone 604-685-2898 email: Nanaimo Downtown BIA Phone 250-754-8141 email: Nanaimo Harbour Watch Phone 250-754-3570 Nanaimo Marine Centre Ltd. Phone 250-753-1244 email: Nautic Marine Outlet Phone 250-585-0008 email: Newcastle Island - Snuneymuxw First Nation Phone 250-754-7893 parkpgs/newcastle email: North 49 Yacht Sales Phone 604-899-4430 email: North Pacific Yachts Phone 604-377-6650 email: Fisheries and Oceans Canada. One 4 Yacht Fractions Phone 604-669-2248 email:

OW LIST OF EXHIBITORS OPTIFUEL Yacht Master Repair Phone 250-888-1911 email: Pacific Yachting Phone 604-998-3309 email: Passage Yacht Sales Ltd. Phone 250-755-2001 email: Pacific Boat Brokers Inc. Phone 250-248-0010 email: Poets Cove Resort & SPA Phone 250-629-2111 email: Parker Marine Group Phone 250-741-1618 email: Power Squadron-Nanaimo Phone 250-714-8755 email: Pro Boat Clean Phone 250-947-0214 email: RBC Seamor Marine Phone 250-729-8899 default.asp email: Sherwood Marine Centre Phone 250-652-6520 email:

South Coast Area. Oceans Program. Phone 250 754 0360 (Gabrielle Kosmider) index-eng.htm The Boat Centre Phone 778-320-7438 email: The Harbour Chandler Ltd. Phone 250-753-2425 email: The Wolf 106.9FM Phone 250-758-1131 email: Thunderbird Yacht Sales Phone 604-921-7457 email: Tourism Nanaimo Phone 250-756-0106 email: Transport Canada Phone 250-213-3034 email: UK Halsey Sailmakers Phone 250-753-2672 or 250-656-8843 e-mail: Van Isle Sailing Co-op Phone 250-758-2055 email: Van Isle Marina Phone 250-656- 1138

Vancouver Island Powder Coaters Phone 250-722-3348 email: Van Island Rolla Dock Phone 250-951-3356 email: Vancouver Island University Culinary Arts Program email: Vancouver Is. University Trades program Phone 1-888-920-2221 email: Victoria International Marina Phone 604-737-7382 email: lmaclean@ Wendon Yachts Phone 250-655-4199 email: Western Grace Charters Phone 808-271-3540 Westwood Power & Marine Phone 250-758-5285 Yacht Sales West Contact: Len Baronit Phone 604-488-1202 email: Zeta Manufacturing Phone 604-313-3151 email:

OFFICIAL BOAT SHOW SPONSORS Aero Trading Company Budget Rent -A- Car City of Nanaimo Hub City Fisheries Ltd. MacLeod Brothers Crab Company Music Maxx Downtown Nanaimo BIA Nanaimo Port Authority Pacific Yachting

Hub City Fisheries Ltd.

Shylo Fishing MacLeod Brothers Crab Company

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Silver Girl

Campion Gas 26’x 10’ $22,000(CAD) Stock#1171

Leslie Darke (Embley Lagoon) Diesel 34’x 10’ $9,000 (CAD) Stock #LW2883

Zodiac 19’x 9’ $35,000 (CAD) Stock#NA2762

Custom 39’4”x 11’ $36,000(CAD) Stock#NA3047


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King Fisher 22 Patrol

1980 Custom Dolphin Gas 22’ $24,500(CAD) Stock#NA3075

1975 Wahl Diesel 51’8”x 16’8” $295,000(CAD) Stock#NW2891

2004 Reyse Marine Expedition Diesel 57’x 11’$350,000(CAD) Stock#PA2635

1997 Metalcraft Marine Kingston Ont. 22’ $39,900(CAD) Stock#PA3178



Camano Troll 31

2007 Queintrex 17’$10,500(CAD) Stock#PA3180

1970 Uniflite Cruiser Gas 31’x 10’1” $16,900(CAD) Stock#PF2260

1990 CamanoTroll Command Bridge Diesel 31’x 10’6” $119,000(CAD) Stock#PF2262

Fun Raiser 1986 Tollycraft Sundeck Gas 34’x 12’6” $69,500(USD) Stock#PF2788

Dandylion 1976 Roughwater Pilot House Trawler Diesel 41’x 13’$89,500(USD) Stock#PF2619

Senior Moment

Chez Nous

Cara Mia

1978 Bluewater Yachts Coastal Cruiser Gas 40’x 13’ $44,950(USD) Stock#PF2797

1977 CHB Aft Cabin Diesel 34’x 11’6” $86,000(CAD) Stock#PF2935

2002 Bayliner 3448 Gas 34’x 11’6” $119,000(CAD) Stock#PF2936

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Eagle One

1983 Bayliner 3270 Gas 32’x 12’ $76,500(CAD) Stock#PF2947

1970 Custom Displacement Cruiser Diesel 32’10”x 11’$88,000(CAD) Stock#PF2974

1972 Chris-Craft Commander - Sedan / Cruiser Gas 42’x 13’$79,500(CAD) Stock#PF3038

1987 Jack W.Sarin. Westport Shipyards Inc, WA 72’x 18’ $825,000(CAD) Stock#PF3107

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1974 Tollycraft Gas 26’8”x 10’ $34,900(CAD) OBO Stock#PF3141

1981 Uniflite 36 Aft Cabin 36’x 12’4” $58,500(CAD) Stock#PF3165

1985 Sea Ray Sundancer Gas 26’3”x 8’6” $24,990(CAD) Stock#PF3172

1973 Uniflite Sport Sedan Gas 34’x 12’ $39,000(CAD) Stock#PF3174

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Abby Rode

1988 SeaBorn Marine Ltd. 57’x 16’4” $269,900(CAD) Stock#PF3181

2007 Sea Sport Adventurer 27’ Gas 27’x 9’6” $135,000(USD) Stock#PF3182

Northwind 1930 Monitowoc Shipping Corp Diesel 130’x 22’ $Inquire Stock#PS2791

Alisa 1974 Frostad Boat Works Diesel 55’6”x 16’9” $160,000(CAD) Stock#PW2823

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Custom Diesel 40’x 10’4” $30,000(CAD) OBO Stock#PW2901

1949 Keating Montreal Pilot House Diesel 52’ x 15’5”$79,950(CAD)OBO Stock#PW2963

1945 Crawley & Dedrickson Troller Diesel 38’x 12’ $22,500(CAD) Stock#PW3159

1927 Tasso Yanagi Diesel 65’x 13’9” $149,000(CAD) Stock#PW3162


Fawn Isle

Wanganui 1975 Custom-Lulu Island Trawler Diesel 41’10” x 12’3” $157,000(CAD) Stock#PW3183

Aranzazu 1975 Formosa Ketch Diesel 35’x 11’4” $39,000(CAD) Stock#SF3166

1976 Pacific Marine Holland Design Diesel 49’6”x 13’ $60,000(CAD) Stock#SC2660

Nautigal 1982 Siltala Yachts Nauticat 33 Pilothouse Diesel 33’x 10’8” $89,000(CAD) Stock#SF3167


1974 Formosa Bermuda Ketch Diesel 41’x 11’7” $111,000(CAD) Stock#SF3090

1981 Bayfield Bayfield 29 (cutter Rigged) Diesel 29’x 10’2”$15,000(CAD) Stock#SF3147


Princeza 1951 Lymington Slipway Co. Lion Diesel 42’x 9’5” $54,000 (CAD) Stock#SW2735

1926 Custom Tug Diesel 85’x 19’ $69,500(USD) Stock#WW3160

Pacific Boat Brokers is not responsible for any error or omissions. Details believed correct nut not guaranteed. All Listings are subject to change without notice. All vessels are sold on an as-is basis.

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Nanaimo Port Authority Launches New Web Site! Webmaster, Web Designer :: Cristian Alejandro Zurita phone: 250-713-5186 email: 2010

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Nanaimo, t Nanaimo, the harbour city, invites you to experience the colourful corners, amazing attractions and ethnically diverse cuisine all within a short walk from the perfect parking spot, the Nanaimo boat basin. The serene setting along the protected east coast of Vancouver Island makes for a sun filled, energetic getaway for all ages. Nanaimo offers music, arts and entertainment galore. The Vancouver Island Symphony will host their 8th Annual Symphony in the Harbour in August at Maffeo Sutton Park. There will be classical, pop and jazz music from Europe, Canada, the USA, Australia and India. Pack your lawn chairs and picnic baskets and arrive early so the kids can enjoy Aunti Bobbi the Clown and listen to NoteworthyKids Musical Instrument Zoo. For more information on this performance and for a list of all local events, visit

Explore the art scene on a self-guided art gallery tour that features the beautiful and extraordinary art of many of Vancouver Island’s finest artists. Renowned artists Nixie Barton and Grant Leier have opened a funky new urban space downtown on Chapel Street to accompany their whimsical gallery in Cedar, a short drive away. Gallery 223 is in a renovated heritage building displaying the artwork of many local artists; upstairs several well-known painters work on-site in their studios. The Nanaimo Art Gallery, in the heart of the arts district, strives to enhance the cultural environment of the Nanaimo/Central Island region through exhibitions and outreach programming that encourages active public involvement with the visual arts. Continuing downtown, The Artisan’s Studio is a local cooperative where you’ll find quality arts and crafts, including pottery, woodwork, wall hangings, weaving, original prints, paintings and stained glass. Hill’s Native Art is home to one of North America’s largest collections of Northwest Coast First Nations artwork and the place to go for authentic Cowichan sweaters, Inuit sculptures, masks, totem poles and fine native jewellery. Discover Nanaimo’s fascinating history and modern day contributions to Canada’s West Coast in the new 16,000 sq. ft. museum located in the Vancouver Island

“IT’S AMAZING WHAT YOU CAN DO HERE” Regardless if you want to go kayaking, sailing, rock climbing, diving, golfing, shopping, biking, bungy jumping, hiking or any of the 92 other things to do, Tourism Nanaimo can help you get the most out of your stay.

Visit our Visitor Centres at Beban Park or the Port of Nanaimo Centre, online at or call 250-756-0106

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o, the harbour city Conference Centre. Pick up a complimentary backpack filled with interactive and educational activities for kids. Uncover the secrets of a thriving 19th century mining town and witness the community’s evolution into the 21st century. Listen to the stories of the Snuneymuxw First Nation, learn their language with an interactive touch screen and currently under construction is a replica coal mine where you will soon see, hear and feel what it was like hundreds of feet below the surface. Watch for exciting traveling exhibits and of course you don’t want to miss the Bastion, an original 155 year old Hudson’s Bay Company fort. Catch the noon cannon firing everyday May-September. For museum location and hours of operation visit Nanaimo has an abundance of restaurants, cafes, bakeries, and pubs that stretch to all corners of the city. You must have a Nanaimo bar; however it doesn’t have to be the traditional bar. Try a Nanaimo Bar Martini at the Modern Café, indulge in a deep fried Nanaimo Bar at Pirate Chips, satisfy your sweet tooth at the Wee Cupcakery with either a Nanaimo Bar flavoured cup cake or an original mix named after the Hudson Bay Bastion. In the Old City Quarter you’ll find McLean’s, who stock Vancouver Island’s largest selection of cheeses in addition to an impressive array of hard to find specialty

foods from around the globe. Another neat corner of the city to explore is near China Steps where Coco Locos, a local favourite is situated, offering organic smoothies in biodegradable cups along with fresh, hearty wraps. You’ll also find the Thirsty Camel, a Middle Eastern kitchen with a fair trade espresso bar. Many locals agree they have the best falafel in town, and they make a great cup of Egyptian coffee to accompany. Nanaimo is central and convenient by boat, car or on foot and a must see when exploring Vancouver Island. For more information about local cuisine curiosities, activities, entertainment and local arts please visit www. tourismnanaimo. com or call Tourism Nanaimo at 1 800 663 7337.

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C.I.V.I. Announces First Cookbook C.I.V.I. Announces First Cookbook The award winning chefs at the Culinary Institute of Vancouver Island have done it. They have selected a collection of mouth watering culinary delights for every palate. The panel poured over the contributions from alumni, students, faculty and support staff and have created a masterpiece of temptation, aptly called, ‘The Culinary Institute of Vancouver Island Cookbook, Volume 1’. And that’s not all. This cookbook has an even greater purpose. It will be part of the legacy left to provide for future generations of alumni. The proceeds will be used to fund projects like the Molecular Gastronomy initiative and the wood fired brick oven. Have you tasted the bread pizzas and bagels? Incredible!! In addition, the cookbook will help to raise the funds needed to take

the CIVI program to new heights through funding of field trips, competition expenses, new tools and guest chefs. Take this opportunity to become a part of the future success of the Institute. The student you benefit today could be the one who brings home the glory of culinary excellence to Canada. Books are available through the Program Assistant, Josephine

Chong, for a paltry $20 per copy. You will be so pleased with this collection that you will want to buy one for all your friends. No household should be without one. You can place your order over the phone by calling Josephine at 250-740-6289 or via email at Volume discounts are available for orders of 10 books or more.

Just bought a new boat? Interested in learning more about topics such as: navigation, safety equipment, marine weather, nautical charts and compass, marine maintenance or electronics, global positioning systems or marine radio? Need your Pleasure Craft Operator Card? Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons provide boating courses in hundreds of communities across Canada. Our skilled instructors demonstrate their passion for safe boating by volunteering their time to assist friends and neighbours develop safe boating practices.


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Tea on the Quay Tea Room 250-753-2264 Just Desserts Seaside Soap & Scents 250-591-5523 Waterfront Confections 250-591-5559 Javawocky Enterprises 250-753-1688 Nostalgic Gift Company 250-591-0064


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One of the most popular trends we’ve noticed among visitors to our Marina is the growing number of boaters who return to our Port, year after year. They cite our central Vancouver Island location, the proximity to downtown, complete marine services with friendly, professional help from Port staff. When boaters were asked to name their favourite Port on the west coast, they answered “Nanaimo... Of Course”. Visit us soon and find out why this is B.C.’s favoured marine destination!

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