ACBS International Boat Show, Gull Lake Minnesota.
Enjoy the professional quality drone video of the boats at the show held at John Allen’s wonderful dining facility on Gull Lake in Minnesota. Wooden boats of all sizes and styles were well represented at this event; the docks were entirely filled! The various Canadian built boats there were represented by such stunning vessels as Tolka. The show also featured Locpat II, Evangeline, and a cross section of Chris Craft, Century, Hacker and other wooden boat manufacturers..even a couple of Falls Flyers
More images from the ACBS (Toronto Chapter) International boat show.
Even though it’s a very recent memory now, the photos below, taken by our secret sleuth, provide a partial recreation of this outstanding event.. (Stay tuned. More to come)
Sea Fleas are wonderful boats for the beginning builder….relatively inexpensive with a simple design.
Sewing machine? Steam engine? Volkswagen motor? No, it’s a Dispro motor!
This magnificent 1937 Cord is an exclusive Cobble Beach Concours D’Elegance automobile.
Talk about eye catching….
Luxuryin the 1930’s! Not everyone suffered during the Great Depression!
Come along for a ride in a Disappearing Propeller Boat.
Who would have believed that after 100 years, “Dippies” are still going strong! The Antique and Classic Boat Society is recognizing the Dispro this year at the annual International Gravenhurst, Ontario show, July 11, 2015. Celebrating Dippies is only one of the many reasons it is worth coming to Muskoka for this event, one of the largest in North America.
Anyway, climb aboard with us as we venture out on Lake Muskoka in a beautifully restored Greavette Dispro.