Boatbuilders are looking forward to the 56th annual Toronto International Boat Show because they say the Canadian market was resilient during the recession and because it enjoys consistently strong sales.
Toronto International Boat Show
The Toronto International Boat Show, Canada’s largest marine marketplace, brings to the Direct Energy Centre hundreds of boats, marine accessories ranging from canoes and kayaks to fishing rods and wakeboards, and free seminars, demonstrations and on-water entertainment.. The show is held annually in January.
The Canadian Recreational Boating Industry Session will be held Jan. 14 at the Direct Energy Centre at Exhibition Place in Toronto during the Jan. 11-19 Toronto International Boat Show.
The 56th annual Toronto International Boat Show will be held Jan. 11-19 at the Direct Energy Centre at Exhibition Place. Organizers said visitors will find boats for every lifestyle and budget and the latest marine products and services. The show will feature boat rides and wakeboarding and boat-handling demonstrations on what organizers said is the…more
The Toronto International Boat Show’s Special Preview Night raised $47,352 for children’s charities this year. Show organizers said the money will aid three beneficiaries: • Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund: “This tremendous donation will help the Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund support 103 camps this summer and allow as many as 25,000 underprivileged and special-needs…more
The 55th annual Toronto International Boat Show ended Sunday amid positive feedback from exhibitors. Many of the more than 550 manufacturers and dealers across the sold-out Direct Energy Centre Exhibition Place reported that the 10-day show exceeded their expectations, establishing the groundwork for what is shaping up to be a strong year for the boating…more
The Toronto International Boat Show will celebrate all things boating with a Special Preview Night from 4 to 11 p.m. today. For several years, boating enthusiasts have gathered to raise more than $585,000 for boating-related charities. Show-goers will embrace the VIP experience with live entertainment, food and beverages and an opportunity to bid on more…more
The 54th annual Toronto International Boat Show, which ran Jan. 13-22, reported an overall attendance of 76,253, up 5 percent from 2011. “The results are consistent across most product segments of the industry,” show manager Cynthia Hare said in a statement. “Exhibitor feedback was overwhelmingly positive. With strong features and special event areas and a…more
Attendance at the 2011 Toronto International Boat Show was 72,580, down 3 percent from 2010, organizers said. However, exhibitors reported a strong show, with consumers who came out prepared to purchase. The show was held Jan. 8-16. “The economy is much stronger and the smart buyers are buying up – we sold more bigger boats…more
The Cannes International Boat Show is in September; ABBRA offers a discount on its Summer Symposium; a recap of the Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance and a contest winner from the Toronto International Boat Show. Europe’s leading in-water exhibition, organized by Reed Exhibitions, will be held in Sept. 8-13 in Cannes, France at Vieux Port and…more