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Coastal Craft: A Product of Passion

On my way to meet up with the crew from Coastal Craft for a factory visit, I can’t help but feel a bit nostalgic. Coastal Craft is headquartered in Gibsons, British Columbia, the small village that served as the setting of one of my all-time favorite TV shows growing up: . This long-running show (nearly 400 episodes aired over its 18-year run) followed the life of a Greek-Canadian log salvager in Gibsons. As I’m a small town B.C. boy myself, the show resonated with me. But I wasn’t just excited to visit the location that inspired my favorite childhood program. Growing up on the water and in the marine business, I was lucky enough to experience the beauty of the Canadian coast and get into boating early. And for me, Coastal Craft is a company that represents the traditional values

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