Trent Severn Antique and Classic Boat Association

The purpose of this Association is to promote and enjoy the preservation and usage of antique watercraft by including its members in social events and communication.

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Trent Severn Antique & Classic Boat Association
2014 Schedule of Events

Pparticipation in our events not only strengthens the club, but it also opens doors to many recreational and social activities. There is no better way to see old friends and meet new people than to take part in the TSACBA events. You may even find another boat to buy!

Check below for photos from the May 24, 2014 visit to the Keewatin and cruise of Georgian Bay on the Miss Midland. As well there is a link to photos from the the fiberglass class at the Antique and Classic Boat show at the Recreation and Performance Motor Show (RPM) in Havelock on July 18 to 20, 2014.

Upcoming Events

    2014 Severn Bridge Run and Pot Luck

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    Saturday September 13 2014 is our Severn Bridge Run and Pot Luck hosted by club members Bob and Pat Durrant . We will be launching at Bob and Patís home located on the Sparrow Lake side of Couchiching Lock 42. From there we will be travelling 22 miles through Swift Rapids Lock 43 to the top side of the Big Chute Marine Railway. Due to time constraints we will not be going over Big Chute, but will get a chance to see it in operation. After a quick snack we will be heading back to Bob and Patís for a pot luck dinner. The total trip is about 44 miles and is broken up with a number of slow zones as well as open running.

    Due to docking space, we will have to limit the number of boats to 12 that we will take on first-ones-to-register base. Do not delay in registering and avoid in missing out on this run!!!

    Sept 27 Chemong Run
    Nov 29 AGM/Christmas Dinner

New Association member Ron Haylock of Ronnys Marine sponsored the fiberglass class at the Antique and Classic Boat show at the Recreation and Performance Motor Show (RPM) in Havelock on July 18 to 20, 2014. View photos of the event

Tour of the SS Keewatin and Miss Midland Cruise, May 24, 2014

The SS Keewatin, built in 1907 and after a stay in Michigan, returned to Georgian Bay in 2012. The passenger liner once sailed between Port Arthur / Fort William (now Thunder Bay) on Lake Superior and Port McNicoll on Georgian Bay (Lake Huron) in Ontario, Canada.

Members of the Trent Severn Antique & Classic Boat Association gathered on the foredeck of the Keewatin.

Members of the Trent Severn Antique & Classic Boat Associaton enjoy a cruise on the Miss Midland.

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