Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a question about the show? You may find your answer here!


See our directions page (under Show Info) for transportation information.

If an exhibitor is putting tickets on hold for you, you should ask if they are being left at the Will Call booth at the BC Place entrance or the Granville Island Floating Show entrance.

Yes! A FREE print show guide is available at show entrances and information booths.

An information kiosk will be located near the main entrance to the show at BC Place. The tent at the main entrance to Floating Show at Granville Island also serves as a source for information related to the show.

Yes, there is a bank machine inside BC Place on Level 2 and in the Food Court on the main floor.

Yes. Onsite ticket booths will accept Visa, MasterCard, Amex and debit cards.

No. Your admission ticket includes all show attractions and features.

No, we do not have supervised childcare services at the show. Note: there is FREE admission to the show for kids 16 years of age and under, accompanied by an adult.

The lost and found is located in the show office on the main floor of BC Place.

BC Place has wheelchair services, accessible elevators, accessible restroom stalls, unisex restrooms to accommodate a guest with special requirements and their attendant or for families with young children, and varying height public telephones including a sit-down TTY unit. But please note that some exhibitor displays (including in-water displays at Granville Island) may not be suitable for those with mobility challenges.

Dogs are not allowed in the building for public safety reasons. (Seeing eye or helper dogs are welcome.)

We will do our best to assist you in locating the exhibitor who provided your PCOC so that you might get a replacement card. Contact Eric Nicholl at 604-882-8024 or enicholl@canadianboatshows.com.

Each exhibitor who reserves space at the boat show decides which boats they want to bring to the show to display.

All exhibitors are invited to forward information and photos on the boats they will be displaying at the show. Everything we receive is posted on Boat Finder.

BC Place decides what food will be offered during the boat show, as well as staffing and hours of food services.

There are several ways! In addition to VancouverBoatShow.ca – which is updated in the month's prior to each show as info becomes available – you can "Follow Us" on Twitter, "Like Us" on Facebook, and/or Sign Up for our Vancouver Boat Show, Skipper’s Club e-newsletter!

Visit www.DiscoverBoating.ca for all of your boating questions.




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