Trade up or clear out your water sports gear this weekend

Seca Marine is hosting its first Water Sport Swap this weekend.

Kris Killick expects lots of water sport loving locals to bring their used gear to his inaugural Water Sport Swap this weekend at Seca Marine.

Seca Marine is hosting its first Water Sport Swap this weekend.

Seca Marine is the destination for water sports in Lake Country. With so many people in the area who take advantage of the water, owner Kris Killick has launched the inaugural water sport equipment swap. “We have so many people who participate in water sports in Lake Country we figured there has got to be some product in people’s garages that owners want to move.”

The event will be held in the outdoor lot at Seca Marine, 11410 Petrie Road, on Saturday, April 21 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, April 22 from noon to 4 p.m.

If you have gear you would like to trade or sell you must register at Seca Marine by either stopping by or calling the store at 250-469-9462.

People have already started to register and Killick says there will be plenty of items for customers to look at for customers. “We’ll have some used stock available too.”

It is a great opportunity to obtain equipment you might be missing or need to replace for the upcoming season. Wakeboards, wake surfboards, water skis, wet suits and PFDs are all welcome to be traded.

Seca Marine, the waterski, wakeboard and wakesurf retail destination in Lake Country, has had a full line up of boats arrive over the winter.


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