All things marine on sale

Annual marine garage sale scheduled for April 30

Fishing gear, sails, boats, motors and more will be for sale at the upcoming Massive Marine Outdoor Garage Sale.

Sellers can rent tables to display their wares, while buyers examine goods and bid on a three-metre, hand-crafted dinghy.

All proceeds go to the Maritime Museum of B.C.

The cost for entrance is $5, or free for kids under 12. Renting a table is $35, or $25 if you purchase before April 15. Boats on trailers, car toppers and items displayed on the docks outdoors are the same price. Commercial tables are $80.

Parking is free.

The sale happens April 30, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ogden Point Pier A. To register as a seller, contact or call 250-385-4222 ext. 101.

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