TIBS Virtual

Feb 16, 2021

The Virtual Toronto Boat Show platform will remain open for 6 months (until July 24, 2021) at:
For those who were previously registered, your access code will continue to provide you free entry to the Exhibitors and Seminars (recorded during the show, and now available On Demand, for viewing whenever you want).   
If you have family or friends that would like access to the Virtual Show, they can also register for free
We encourage you to promote the use of this resource as you get ready for boating season!
Accessible on the virtual platform until July 24: Exhibitor’s boat inventory, products, accessories & services, boat show specials, brochures, videos. Plus, Seminars for viewing On Demand. 
The tab to contact Exhibitors by “Email” will remain active until July 24, including contact information by phone and websites.
The functions of the platform that had a Live element to them are no longer available (Chat, Connect by Video, Schedule a Meeting).
Throughout the spring and summer boating season, Canadian Boat Shows will be keeping in touch with the boating community about the Virtual and In-Person Show through the Captain’s Club Newsletter and their Social Media channels.

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