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by Rob

Final video of Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show

August 19, 2018 in Uncategorized

What more can we say?  Dozens of classic and antique “dream boats” line the docks in Port Carling, Muskoka, Ontario, in the MLA’s tribute to the glory days of wooden boating, August 11, 2018. Enjoy the video below. (Part 2)

by Rob

Video of the ACBS Gravenhurst Boat Show: Part II

July 25, 2018 in Uncategorized

Our tour of the 2018 ACBS (Toronto) boat show continues with vintage classic boats and cars in the water and on land displays. Miss Supertest III appears with her Rolls Royce 2750 hp engine and “rum Runner” takes on passengers for a jaunt around the Bay. Enjoy.

by Rob

Video of the ACBS (Toronto) international boat show in Gravenhurst, Ontario

July 20, 2018 in Uncategorized

The 2018 Antique and Classic Boat Society (Toronto Chapter) boat show in Gravenhurst Ontario on July 7, 2018, featured huge crowds,scores of gleaming, varnished decks, vintage autos and wonderful weather. Enjoy the video below. (Part One).

by Rob

International boat show a smashing success!

July 9, 2018 in Uncategorized

The three docks at the ACBS show were packed with visitors

Scores of vintage wooden and fibre-glassic boats (as well as vintage autos) lined the shores of Muskoka Bay in Gravenhurst, Ontario, this past Saturday July 7, 2018. The balmy weather brought thousands of visitors to the displays. Hosted by the Toronto Chapter, Antique and Classic Boat Society, this event is liable to go down in history as one of the best attended and most interesting shows on record. Enjoy the photos below and stay tuned for the video to follow.

The Dippy” club is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year

Believe it or not, it’s a paddle boat!

And now…for something completely different!

Boat show attendees signed up for a free ride on the magnificent woody “Rum Runner”.

Vessels available for sale at the Field of Dreams this year seemed to be of a higher quality.

A true “fibre-glassic”

Balmy weather and a light breeze made it a pleasure to walk the docks.

This looks suspiciously like a Duke Playmate.

A true original!

The perfect boat for “Gold Finger”!

The land displays included several “sea-flea” type watercraft.

A stunning twin engine fibre-glassic: every teenager’s dream in the 1950s-60s.

More “Field of Dreams” boats.

This Shepherd was available for less than $20,000

A beautifully restored Playmate.