There is something for everyone at the Toronto International Boat Show.
You will find the people, tools, and resources to answer your boating questions – experts in safety on and off the water and so much more! All in one pavilion.
Look for Aisle 600
Providing a fish-eye's view of how fish react to different lures and techniques, our 40-foot long aquarium is filled with 5,000 gallons of water and stocked with native Ontario marine life.
Daily seminars demonstrate how different fish react to different types of bait, step-by-step casting methods, and the latest tips on how to catch "the big one"!
Check back for 2023 schedule.
Boating experts from around the world educate, inspire and entertain at the Toronto Boat Show, sharing their experience and expertise on everything from boating basics to spellbinding boating adventures.
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Main Seminar Stage - Sponsored by Aviva
If there is a new product on the market, one of the first places you'll find it is at the Toronto International Boat Show. The latest and most innovative products from eye-catching boats to handy new boating accessories will be featured at individual exhibitor booths. Just look for the "New Product" balloon!
Canada has a rich boating history spanning over 100 years and the mission of the Antique and Classic Boat Society-Toronto is to protect, preserve and promote Antique and Vintage boats. Stop by the ACBS display and learn more about ACBS-Toronto and view several watercraft that tell the story.
With Ontario being home to an amazing array of antique mahogany launches, cedar strips, classic fibreglass runabouts and ski boats, ACBS-Toronto organizes one of the largest vintage boat shows in North America. 2023 marks the 42nd year that the Antique and Classic Boat Society-Toronto has been celebrating the magic of antique, vintage and classic watercraft with an in-water boat show.
Plan on attending the show on Saturday, July 8, 2023, at the Muskoka Wharf in Gravenhurst Ontario.
Location: Booth #437
The Kids & Classics Boatshops Museum is a community, volunteer boatshop in Glen Williams (near Georgetown), where donated antique boats are being restored, and kids-at-risk boatbuilding programs take place several times a season.
Check out "4 kids build a 12-foot rowboat in two days" learn to row and then go sailing and seafleaing as follow-up to the boatbuilding. The goal is to infect them with "Wooden Boat Disease"! This year you can carve a miniature paddle, assemble an antique outboard and try other hands-on activities in the booth - visit us, buy a raffle ticket on a sea flea or skiff or just chat old boats!
For more information visit http://kidsnclassicsboatshops.blogspot.ca.
Join Canada SailGP Team’s Flight Controller, Billy Gooderham to hear all about SailGP - the most exciting on-water racing in F50 hydro-foiling catamarans, with nine teams competing in 11 events around the world. Come ask your questions about Canada’s first fully professional sailing team that joined SailGP in May 2022.
Saturday, January 21 at 1:00pm on the Aviva Main Stage
Then head to Ontario Sailing “Let’s Go Sailing” feature area to meet and ask Billy questions!
Billy Gooderham, Flight Controller, Canada SailGP Team Bio
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