Show admission includes access to The National Museum of the Great Lakes, antique & classic boat show, and maritime vendors. $15 for adults, $10 for children ages 6 to 16, and children 5 and under are free. Free admission for members of the Great Lakes Historical Society (memberships may be purchased at the gate).
6:30pm - Dinner on board the S.S. James M. Schoomaker Museum Ship (Dinner by Packos)
7:00am - Boaters and vendors may begin setting up.
10:00am - Show open to public.
5:00pm - Show concludes with a brief award ceremony.
The boat show is open to classic boats of all types, focusing on boats built prior to 1975 or modern re-creations (please contact us if you have questions regarding the definition of "classic"). The registration fee is $50 per boat until July 15. Late registration begins on July 16 at $65. Additional boats may be registered at $25 each. Included with registration are two tickets tickets to the boat show (including The National Museum of the Great Lakes), two tickets to the welcome party Friday night aboard the S.S Col James M. Schoonmaker Museum Ship, gift bag, and one official show T-shirt. Also included: complimentary donuts, bagels, & coffee at the registration tent on Saturday and access to hospitality room furnished with refreshments throughout the day.
There will be food trucks on hand from 11am to 2pm. Show registrants are invited to the a welcome party Friday night aboard the Col. James M. Schoonmaker Museum Ship. Also available to registrants are coffee, donuts, and bagels for breakfast Saturday and light refreshments throughout the day.
Boat show registrants may launch at Cullen Park to the north, near the mouth of the Maumee, or Rossford Marina to the south. Please email email@example.com for dock assignment.
There is parking at The National Museum of the Great Lakes and Skyway Marina on Front Street. Overflow parking will be across Front Street and at the Glass City Metropark. A shuttle will be running between all parking areas.