Get your official free online guide to the Toronto Boat Show

Tibs17 guide

Jan 11, 2016

Packed with information, the guide is available for you to download right now before you head to the show. Just click here to read page by page or download it onto your mobile device to take along.

The Guide includes complete day by day listings of the many, many exciting activities at the show with detailed descriptions sorted by venue: The New Boater Welcome Centre, the Ask the Experts Boathouse, the Presentation Theatre, Salon 107 with its special speakers, The Great Canadian Fish Tank and especially The Lake. You can plan your visit around the events that appeal to your family and get everything done!

There’s also a complete map of the Show and an index of everyone exhibiting sorted both alphabetically and by category. There are nearly 100 pages of valuable information to plan your time at the show in advance or navigate once you arrive. See you at TIBS!

 

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