Toronto International Boat Show


Jan 18 - Jan 27


Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, Toronto


The 2019 Toronto International Boat Show returns with later dates from January 18th to 27th at the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place. Get your feet wet in the boating lifestyle at North America’s largest indoor boat show!


The Toronto Boat Show offers great family value with plenty of FREE programming, FREE kids’ admission, and back by popular demand is the $5 after 5pm Weekday single admission ticket and FREE parking after 5pm on weekdays.


Toronto International Boat Show marks the unofficial kick-off to summer with more than 550 exhibitors, 1200 boats of all sizes on display, and the only place to enjoy water activities in the winter on the world’s largest indoor lake.


The Toronto Boat Show offers a boatload of fun for all ages with all new features:


  • NEW! Royal Canadian Air Force CH-146 Griffon Search and Rescue Helicopter – Visitors can meet the first responders, pilots and technicians who help keep our waters safe, and get a rare up-close tour inside the iconic yellow helicopter.

 Canada has one of the world’s largest and most challenging areas of Search and Rescue (SAR) responsibility. Each year, the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and their Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) partners respond to thousands of incidents across Canada.

  • NEW! Toronto Indoor Wakeboard Championships and Daily Wakeboard Shows – Professional and amateur wakeboarders will converge at the Toronto Boat Show to compete at the Indoor Wakeboard Championships for cash prizes, Jan 27 & 28

Inaugural Women’s Day on Sunday, January 20 that invites women to gain hands-on learning to further their boating skills and gain the confidence when it comes to boat ownership and taking the helm.

  • NEW! 60-ft Princess Yacht – Step on board one of the finest yachts in the world, and one of largest boats to be featured at the Toronto International Boat Show in recent history. Pride Marine Group will proudly display an impressive 60-ft Princess yacht, which arrived from Europe to make its Canadian debut at the Show.

PLUS — Fly fishing demos on the indoor lake, remote-controlled sailboat regatta, and freestyle kayaking demonstrations by Team Canada athlete from Ontario, Joey Hitchins


Preview Day returns to the Toronto Boat Show on Friday, January 18th (2pm – 8pm)

Help the Toronto Boat Show near its goal to raise $1 million for children’s charities. Preview Day offers visitors the opportunity to get a “first look” at the Show without the crowds and enjoy the VIP experience.  Tickets include free parking, and available for purchase at


In its continued commitment to boater education, the Toronto Boat Show annually offers 250 free seminars and workshops throughout its 10-day event for visitors of all interests.


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