2018 Vancouver International Boat Show

17th to 21st January 2018

Indoor venue at BC Place, and the Floating Show at Granville Island,
Vancouver, BC, Canada


Western Canada's largest boat show, the Vancouver International Boat Show, will run from Wednesday, January 17 to Sunday, January 21, 2018.

The 56th annual event is set to host an exciting lineup of the newest and most innovative boats and accessories from over 250 exhibitors, along with entertaining and informative seminars for all of your boating needs.

The Vancouver Boat Show is held in two locations – an indoor venue at BC Place, and the Floating Show at Granville Island.

Both locations offer show-goers of all ages an extensive selection of the newest and most innovative boating products on the market.


Adults: $15, Seniors: $13, 2-day Adult Passes: $20, 2-day Senior Passes: $17, 5-day All Access Passes: $25, Kids (16 and under): FREE

BC Place - 777 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6B 4Y8
Granville Island Maritime Market and Marina – 1676 Duranleau Street, Vancouver, BC V6H 3S4

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