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Toronto Boat Show starts on January 18

Toronto Boat Show starts on January 18

Toronto International Boat Show will be held from 18 to 27 January. The boat show will unfold, as in previous years, in the indoor exhibition center Enercare with an area of more than a million square kilometers.

 2019 begins productively in the yacht industry. There will be four exhibitions only in the first month of the year - in Chicago, Seattle, Dusseldorf and Toronto. The Toronto Boat Show is the largest yacht industry event in Canada.

 Program of the Toronto Boat Show 2019 promises to be no less interesting than at the Boot Dusseldorf. Toronto Indoor Wakeboard Championships and Daily Wakeboard Shows with a cash prize will be held for the first time in the framework of TBS. It is worth to visit master classes on fly-fishing in the world's largest indoor lake and more than 250 lectures and seminars from experts in various fields for 10 days. Visitors may try to control the ship in a remote sailing regatta as on the Boot Dusseldorf.

 This year marks the 20th anniversary of Preview day VIP Experience. On January 18, the funds raised for the tickets will be transferred to Support the Toronto Boat Show charities. For today $835,000 are raised on Preview Day.

The innovations of the 61st exhibition in Toronto include Women's Day. On Sunday, January 20, women are going to have classes where they can gain practical skills in ship management. The special guest of the day is a freelance writer and avid, artwoman Deb Cantrell. She is going to tell the audience about her husband Jim, who offered to «sell everything and sail away» 28 years ago.

A kind of flagship of the Toronto Boat Show is a 60-foot yacht from Princess Yacht. Step on board will be delivered for presentation at the exhibition from Europe. Shipbuilding companies and shipyards will present more than 1,200 models ranging in length from 6 to 60 feet, the latest accessories for ships and water toys.

The full program is available on the official website of the Toronto Boat Show.