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2013-07-19 at 12:08:21 AM GMT
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Miltown Marina in Vancouver

Note from new marina in Vancouver area:

 

Dear Blue Water Cruising Association;

As a licensed professional Captain with many miles under sail,  I’m personally quite a fan of your organization and am writing to introduce our new Milltown Marina and Boatyard opening this fall in the Marpole area of Vancouver on the North Arm of the Fraser River. One will find it to be a very complete facility including  224 in water slips for sail and power 30 feet  to 80+ feet and 200 drystack slips for power to 30 feet.


I invite any of your members who may be interested in moorage with us to review our website linked below. Also any Blue Water Cruising members who might like to moor at Milltown Marina will receive 2 months free moorage on annual moorage contracts arranged with us prior to April 30, 2014.


I invite your members to click on the news and updates page on our website as well. There soon will be another update there announcing Milltown Marina as a new base for the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue organization.


In closing, your members are most welcome to learn more of our new marina facilities now well under construction and opening this fall by popping in to our open house  Saturdays and Sundays 11:00 am to 7:00 pm or by calling me at 778 668-1731 or email mcote@milltownmarina.com



2013-07-19 at 3:57:56 PM GMT
Posts: 83
RE: Miltown Marina in Vancouver
Here is the link
http://www.milltownmarina.com
I. Clark said:

Note from new marina in Vancouver area:

 

Dear Blue Water Cruising Association;

As a licensed professional Captain with many miles under sail,  I’m personally quite a fan of your organization and am writing to introduce our new Milltown Marina and Boatyard opening this fall in the Marpole area of Vancouver on the North Arm of the Fraser River. One will find it to be a very complete facility including  224 in water slips for sail and power 30 feet  to 80+ feet and 200 drystack slips for power to 30 feet.


I invite any of your members who may be interested in moorage with us to review our website linked below. Also any Blue Water Cruising members who might like to moor at Milltown Marina will receive 2 months free moorage on annual moorage contracts arranged with us prior to April 30, 2014.


I invite your members to click on the news and updates page on our website as well. There soon will be another update there announcing Milltown Marina as a new base for the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue organization.


In closing, your members are most welcome to learn more of our new marina facilities now well under construction and opening this fall by popping in to our open house  Saturdays and Sundays 11:00 am to 7:00 pm or by calling me at 778 668-1731 or email mcote@milltownmarina.com





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