ACBS – Toronto 42nd Annual Vintage Boat Show, July 8, 2023 in Gravenhurst

AVBS 2023

This year’s show is a judged event that guarantees that the best of the best will be on display. Showcase of Classic Glass boats that will be judged for the first time at any show in North America.

June 21, 2023

ACBS 2023• This year’s show is a judged event that guarantees that the best of the best will be on display.

• Showcase of Classic Glass boats that will be judged for the first time at any show in North America.

• We anticipate 120+ vintage boats on land and in water.

• Other highlights include the Boats-4-Sale area, Nautical Flea Market and Vendors Alley.

• The Maple Leaf Antique Outboard Club will have an extensive show and sale of vintage outboard motors.

• Kids and Classics will be demonstrating their club-built Sea Flea race boats, and hosting youth activities including paddle carving and wood boat building.

• “Boats in Motion” will feature some of the finest and rare vintage boats cruising the waterfront. Register your boat to be part of this showcase.

• We are still looking for owners who will to take part in our ‘Ride Along Program”, to offer show visitors free rides in a vintage boat.

• Back again this year is an exciting water ski show from Muskoka Extreme Water Ski Team. 

• Free offsite parking and shuttle bus service to the show.

• Details at www.acbs.ca

 

 

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