We are proud to partner with the 
Hudson River Maritime Museum
in holding our annual antique and classic boat show. 
All boats welcome!

When

Held annually the third weekend in August. 2017 - August 19 and 20

This judging optional show features power, sail, and hand-powered classic watercraft from a wide variety of original manufacturers such as Chris-Craft, Century, Hacker Craft, Fay & Bowen, Lyman, Thompson, Correct Craft, and others, as well as examples of homemade vessels.  The boats represent different styles of craft and various stages of preservation/restoration – from unrestored “project” boats, to award-winning show boats.  Owners are typically on hand to discuss the history and restoration of their boats, as well as to give their advice on a variety of topics to those who are interested in this fast-growing hobby.  In addition to the display of boats, ACBS membership and general boating information will be available at the show, and souvenir items including hats and shirts will be available for purchase.

     ACBS Boat Classifications:

Historic: A boat built up to and including 1918.

Antique: A boat built between 1919 and 1942, inclusive.

Classic: A boat built between 1943 and 1975, inclusive.

Late Classic: A boat built after 1975 through the year 25 years prior to the current year.  (In 2017, the Late Classic period ends with boats built in 1992.)

Contemporary: A wooden boat built within the last 25 years


where

Hudson River Maritime Museum
Rondout Creek
Kingston New York