New, TIBS Women’s Day, January 20, 2019

At the Helm


Jan 10, 2019

New this year, the Toronto International Boat Show introduces Women’s Day on Sunday, January 20, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm! 

TIBS Women’s Day includes a full day of seminars, guest speakers and interactive sessions, all designed to educate and inspire women to get out on the water! All events during the day are intended to build confidence by presenting information in a fun and supportive environment.

Built into the day will be time to meet other like women, ask questions, share stories and create communities that will live on outside this one day!

Registration is required, space is limited to 150 women and there are only a limited number of seats remaining*

All sessions will take place at the Toronto International Boat Show, Enercare Centre

Only $99 (HST included)


At the BowYour day includes:


-Keynote presentation


-End-of-day reception

-Gift bag and raffle prizes

-A general admission ticket to attend the show any other day (January 19 – 27, 2019)


Here’s the day’s schedule:

*Notes: The Back-Up Plan: Trailering With Ease has limited spaces available, book early to avoid disappointment!

SESSION FULL: 11AM The Back-Up: Trailering With Ease. Also offered at 10am session with spots available.

BOTH SESSIONS FULL: 10 AM & 11:00 AM “Taking Control: Docking Stress-free.

SESSION FULL: 11AM Get to Know Your D.D. (Dependable Dinghy). Also offered at 10am session with spots available.

Click here for a printable Women’s Day Schedule

Click here to register 

Women's Day Schedule

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