The 26th annual Port Credit In Water Boat Show, happens this coming weekend and it is the last major boat show of the season.  Running Friday to Sunday August 26th to 28th, the show is held at the Port Credit Harbour Marina, 1 Port St.East.  The show is popular for end of season deals in both new and used boats, as well as boat- related  products.

Port Credit In Water Boat Show is about boats first and there will be some beautiful boats available this year.  Highlights include a Monterey 400, Cruisers Yachts 380 Express, 1986 CS 30 – Major upgrades and refit, 2005 Hunter 33,  Lagoon 380, a Beneteau 423 and a beautiful new 2017 Catalina 425.

There will also be a very special presentation honouring an act of bravery.  Please join us on Saturday, August 27 at 2:00 PM outside the Beer Tent for this exciting event.

A few of our favourite displays are returning this year; Peel Regional Police Marine Unit, the Canadian Coast Guard and Towarf will all be on the docks.

The Show would not be complete without exhibitors in our tent and on our grounds.  This year we will be highlighting many new products and services to the show including nautical gifts, yacht clubs and even an electric bike that will fit easily on a boat.

Discover Boating Canada will be offering free beginner and advanced boat handling skills courses.  Sign up is available online.

It’s shaping up to be an exciting show this year.  Currently boat inventory is moving faster than  usual so don’t delay!

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Brad Roberts
Brad grew up at the family cottage on Lake Simcoe using both powerboats and sailboats. A veteran journalist with large national daily newspapers, outdoor interest magazines, and syndicated television shows, Brad has entertained and educated readers for over 25 years with his unique family-inclusive perspective. His favorite pastime is teaching others to use their boats to access the freedom and beauty of a Life Afloat. Brad, his wife, and their three daughters have traveled and boated all over North America and the Caribbean, but choose to keep their "floating home" on the fresh waters of Central Ontario.