Skyline Hosts 5th Annual Wine & Cheese


skyline-largePlease mark your calendars and join us for our 5th Annual Wine & Cheese on Saturday, November 20, 2010 from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.

While enjoying the atmosphere with staff and fellow boaters, browse through Skyline's 20,000 sq. ft. heated showroom and check out the beautiful new 2010 and 2011 Sea Ray boats – up to 54' – for sale. This is a great opportunity to lock in at outstanding pricing and guarantee your new Sea Ray for 2011! There will also be quality pre-owned/brokerage boats available for your viewing! (Where applicable, we will have factory savings on selected models.)

It's like a boat show without the crowds! Share your enthusiasm for beautiful Sea Ray boats. Bring a friend!

Skyline is located at 75 Forestview Road, Oro-Medonte (Orillia), at Hwy. 11 N & Line 15 Oro-Medonte.

RSVP by calling 877-759-8333 or e-mail

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