Toronto International Boat Show
Date: January 18 - 27, 2019
Location: Show map
100 Princes' Blvd
Toronto, ON M6K 3C3
World's Largest Indoor Lake for Boaters
The world's largest indoor lake for boaters returns to Ricoh Coliseum, where novice and experienced boaters can experience FREE boat rides; canoes, kayaks and pedal boats and more!
The Lake also features the spectacular Winter Wake Fest show, packed with pro wakeboard/wakeskate riders, Stand UP Paddle Board races, and more.
The CH-146 Griffon Search and Rescue Helicopter
Many boaters may have seen Royal Canadian Air Force CH-146 Griffon Search and Rescue (SAR) helicopters flying overhead as they operate near Toronto, over the Great Lakes and other parts of Ontario, but an up close and personal experience with the women and men who operate these helicopters is something you don’t want to miss!! One of the RCAF’s primary SAR mandates includes response to marine incidents on waterways under federal jurisdiction. Come talk to the pilots, flight engineers and Search and Rescue Technicians of 424 Transport and Rescue Squadron and members of Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Trenton to learn more about the Royal Canadian Air Force’s preparedness for aeronautical and marine SAR missions and what boaters can do to prevent SAR callouts.
Great Canadian Fish Tank
Providing a fish-eye's view of how fish react to different lures and techniques, our 40-foot long aquarium is filled with 5,000 gallons of water and stocked with native Ontario marine life.
Daily seminars demonstrate how different fish react to different types of bait, step-by-step casting methods, and the latest tips on how to catch "the big one"!
Kids Fishing Zone
Kids can learn how to catch and release live fish with the help of experts at the Kids Trout Pond. So much fun and prizes too!
FREE Hourly Seminars
Boating experts from around the world educate, inspire and entertain at the Toronto Boat Show, sharing their experience and expertise on everything from boating basics to spellbinding boating adventures.
Formula One Boat Racing
Formula One Boat Racing Drivers Mark Major and Rusty Wyatt, Canadian drivers representing Canada will be available to talk about what it feels like when Mercury powered tunnel boats hit speeds of 130 MPH with 5-7 GForce turns. Stop by and see the Moore Hull from France that is the only one in North America and a US built Revolution Hull.
Dates & Times
January 18 - 27, 2019
ALL Weekdays (21st – 25th): 11am-8pm
BOTH Saturdays (19th & 26th): 10am to 7pm
Sunday, January 20: 10am to 6pm
Sunday, January 27: 10am to 5pm
Preview Day: Friday, January 18, 2pm - 8pm
Don’t miss this all-inclusive unique experience, it is by far the best day to shop the show without the crowds and an ideal day to talk with exhibitors and board the boats!
General Admission - (Tickets Go On Sale Nov 1st, 2018)
Children 16 & Younger - FREE