Trent Severn Antique & Classic Boat Association
Welcome to our home on the Internet
This website is intended to promote the excitement and appreciation our Association feels for antique watercraft. We hope that it will encourage the ongoing preservation of these fine historical vessels.
Don't miss our Annual Christmas Dinner on November 30, 2013 at the Otonabee Best Western Inn on Lansdowne Street in Peterborough.. If you plan to stay overnight room bookings must be made by November 1, 2013. Details
Read the article about the restoration of the 1949 Miss Canada IV that took place in Port Carling, Ontario, prior to a launch of the boat in the spring.
To view photos and information on our various events visit our photo gallery. There you will also find archived photos and information on the Association's attendance at various boat shows and events.
If you are interested in becoming a member of our Association visit our Membership page or download our Membership Application. On the Membership page information can be found on ordering Association regalia. For more information on the Association, read current and past issues of our Mooring Line newsletter
For those of you who are already Association members, you can download the renewal form, fill it out, and send it to the Association.
Have an inflatable life jacket on board? Past President John Gullick has provided information on How to Care for Your Inflatable so you can ensure your life jacket is working properly. He also has prepared tips on transportation and trailering.
If you are interested in some Muskoka history, the Royal Mail Ship Segwun is the oldest operating steamship in North America and this year celebrates her 125th anniversary. Authors Andrew Hind and Maria Da Silva explore the history of this celebrated Canadian ship and her sister vessels that comprised the Muskoka Lakes Navigation Company fleet, as well as the long and significant past of steamboating on the Muskoka Lakes, in the new book, RMS Segwun: Queen of Muskoka (Dundurn, $14.99). For more information contact .
Please do not direct questions pertaining to the value of your boat to this Association. We are not in the position to quote accurate appraisals due to the many variables such as market fluctuations, difficulty in assessing the condition of a boat through email descriptions and pictures, etc. However, with the diversity of knowledge of various Association members, we will be happy to answer any general questions if at all possible.
Trent Severn Antique & Classic Boat Association Bylaws