Niagara Boarder Pass set to be open soon

Posted by Jamie Lee on Monday, June 11th, 2012

Niagara Boarder Pass should be open within the next week or so at Sugarloaf Harbour Marina in Port Colborne.


Chris Smith, one of the owners, was out testing the ramps and rail of the cable wakeboarding system on Friday night.


Also testing the equipment out with Smith was Niagara Boarder Pass' general manager Amanda Newhouse, and Derek McCabe.
Smith tested the rail system, while Newhouse and McCabe tested the two ramps installed in the water.


Their session drew a good crowd watching from the shoreline of H.H. Lakeview Park, with many snapping photos on their cellphones or shooting video.

 

 
 
 

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