In-person Toronto International Boat Show is back!


Jan 23, 2023

Celebrating its 65th Anniversary, the Toronto International Boat Show is back as an in-person event!

The show opened Friday January 20th and will run until Sunday January 29th at the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place. The show features a new floorplan and layout with hundreds of Boats on display, thousands of marine accessories and services and products.

Show -goers can cruise the Mariners Marketplace and Cottage Country displays to discover over 450 exhibitors and select from over 300 Seminars and Workshops. A major feature is the World’s Largest Indoor Lake for boaters.

Get out on the water in January, and enjoy FREE boat rides in a canoe, kayak, or pedal boat.

Grab a seat on shore to watch professional wakeboarders, wake skaters and water skiers perform shows that will make your jaw drop!

Sign up for wakeboard lessons and learn from the experts!

There are also awesome contests and giveaways, both online and onsite at the show including Toronto Leaf Hotel packages, a chance to win a Princecraft Fishing Boat with Mercury Engine and more!

The Interactive Floorplan, Exhibitor & Product Search will help you plan your visit! It’s live now within TorontoBoatShow.com. By entering Key Search Words, find the companies, products and services you are looking for easily!

We are SO EXCITED to welcome everyone back together, in person! Visit TorontoBoatShow.com to learn more and plan your time at the 65th Anniversary Toronto International Boat Show.


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