Trent Severn Antique & Classic Boat Association
Welcome to Our Home on the Internet
The next event for the season will be the September 28, 2019 Marine Railway and Gloucester Pool Run that was postponed from June due to the high water levels. Watch for details on this event.
Visit our photo page from our participation in the 25th Port of Newcastle Wooden Boat Festival, July 20, 2019. View photos from the Upper Niagara run held Saturday July 27, 2019 with great turnout from the Upper Canada Antique Outboard Club.
Download and read our latest issue of Mooring Line newsletter Spring 2019
Our team of members working on the Half and Half Restoration Project have been busy for the past several months working on this boat to get it ready for display this season. View the latest photos from work in 2018 and a 2019 update.Offers for TSACBA Members
Nautical Traditions (Div. of Inmar Industries, Inc,) is offering for sale a wide selection of antiques and reproduction pieces. Please check out our web site. We have any model runabouts, sailing vessels, ocean liners, and our large selection of nautical décor items. 20% discount on most items offered to TSACBA members. Thank you for looking and for additional information please contact Wayne Robinson at 905-926-4808.Special Offer D114 - Ship's Wheel Clock
20” diameter premium dark hardwood ship’s wheel with brass inlay, brass hub is replaced with a 7” solid brass, hand polished porthole style clock. Japanese Quartz movement, AA battery required. Retail $249.95 - TSACBA member price $199.95
Want to join our Association? It's simple. 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. If you still need to renew your membership you can download the renewal form, fill it out, and send it to the Association.
Visit our Find Out How To... page where you will find links to information you need to know including Installing a New Wood Deck, How to Care for Your Inflatable, Transportation and Trailering, How to Licence an Antique or Classic Boat, and other information. You can also read about and link to videos about various "Classic Glass" restorations on classic fibreglass boats owned by some of our members.
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.
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.
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.