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Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show
Aug
13
2022

Muskoka Lakes Association Antique Boat Show

The Muskoka Lakes Association Boat Show is back. On August 13th after a three year wait it returns to Port Carling.

The MLA Antique Boat Show began in 1971 and has been held bi-annually since, honouring boats that have been built in Muskoka or have spent most of their life in Muskoka waters. This show is a tribute to our Muskoka boat building heritage.

The theme is Moving Forward and features a selection of beautiful 1930s boats. 1930 turned out to be a pivotal year in boat designs. In Muskoka, the heritage of long deck launches with vertical windshields and a steering station located midship and behind the engine hatches gave way to “forward drive” configurations with steering ahead of the engine and behind stylishly sloping windshields. Some owners actually had their old-fashioned launches converted to “forward drive” which helped to kept boatbuilders busy through the depression.

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