Organizers of the Toronto International Boat Show (TIBS) have announced that the annual event, scheduled to be held in-person, has been cancelled for 2022.
Once again, the Toronto Boat Show will be a Virtual Show offering exceptional content for all types of boaters that are looking to connect, shop and learn. The show will be held January 26-30.
Last year was an unprecedented year, when the Toronto boat Show held a Virtual Show for the first time in its 60+ … Read MoreDetails
This past year as the global pandemic shifted workplace and social behaviours, one thing remains steadfast – Canadians love to boat. In fact, boating emerged among the top recreational activities in 2020 as seasoned and first-time boaters went out on local waterways in record droves. The 63rd annual Toronto International Boat Show (TIBS), Canada’s premier boating event, is set to launch its first-ever virtual show in response to the unprecedented demand for boats and growing interest in the boating … Read MoreDetails
North America’s largest indoor boat show returns to the Enercare Centre in Toronto from January 17-26, 2020 with an impressive array of 1,200 new boats on display, educational seminars, and lifestyle programming.
The Toronto International Boat Show has more than 550 exhibitors, offering every product to get out-on-the water and enjoy the boating lifestyle — from engines to trailers, stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, marine accessories, navigational technology and must-haves for entertaining at the cottage.
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The 61st Toronto International Boat Show returns to the Enercare Cenre, Exhibition Place from January 18 to 27th.
North America’s largest indoor boat show, the 2019 Toronto Show will showcase a selection of 1200 boats ranging from 6 ft. – 60 ft., as well as the latest in marine accessories to hit the marketplace. A broad range of marine services exhibit including yacht brokerages; boat insurance agents; marinas; yacht clubs and more.
Once again, our team of yacht brokers will … Read MoreDetails
The Toronto International Boat Show has added a new feature to its boating educational roster – Women’s Day – a whole day educational opportunity for women – no matter what type of boater or at what level.
The show team has pulled together a roster of seminars and interactive sessions that will help every woman become e a better boater.
Here are two of our favourites.
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North America’s largest indoor boat show, the Toronto Boat Show is celebrating 60 years of showcasing the boating lifestyle to Canadians. The show will feature more than 550 exhibitors and 1200 boats of all sizes, types and shapes.
North South Yacht Sales, Ontario’s specialist in pre-owned power and sailing vessels, will showcase their ‘wall of boat dreams’ in booth #1737 – located along the north wall. Drop by our show booth, check out our dream boat board and meet … Read MoreDetails
North South Nautical Group is a proud supporter of the Certified Professional Yacht Broker program. We encourage all of our brokers to become CPYB certified and as a team became the first yacht brokerage in Canada to attain the recognition of CPYB ‘Endorsed Brokerage’.But what does it mean for the boat buyer or seller? Isn’t one yacht brokerage as good as another?
Like other industries, recreational boating has created professional organizations to monitor its activities. In North America, it’s … Read MoreDetails
North America’s largest indoor boat show, the Toronto Boat Show is celebrating its 59th year as ‘the best place to see and buy the latest in boats and boating related accessories and services’.
The show runs January 21 to 29 (January 20 is the preview day) at the Enercare Centre, Exhbition Place, Toronto. Advance tickets are now on sale, with a number of options for single, 2-day, 9-day and unlimited weekday evening passes.
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At the 2015 Toronto International Boat Show, Boating Georgian Bay interviewed Mike Burns, President of North South Nautical Group, Ken MacDonald of Parkbridge Marinas and Chris Meyer of Crate’s Lake Country Boats, to give their insights on how lower fuel prices will affect the 2015 boating season.
According to BGB, it’s good news for the marine industry. Via video.Details