Our Mission is to promote the preservation and use of Antique and Classic Watercraft by providing our members with information & guidance through workshops, boating events, and social gatherings.
Trent Severn Antique & Classic Boat Association
Spring Workshop, May 25, 2019, Wayne Robinson's in Port Perry
Photos provided by Sandy Kennedy
There were 65 people out to enjoy a day at Wayne's World!
Scott Waites and Peter Johnson share a laugh at the well attended multi club event that took place on Saturday, May 25 in Port Perry
One of the highlights of Wayne's impressive collection is his "Chart Room" that houses authentic marine memorabilia dating back to pre World War 1. If you havn't visited Wayne's World yet, it's a MUST SEE for all wooden boat / outboard motor / marine memorabilia fans!
Wayne's World also features several award winning wooden boats and an impressive line up of pristine Aristo Craft boats.
Barry Killen anxiously looks at a very authentic looking pirate that was standing guard over Wayne's World!.
Thank you for an amazing day!
This year's event had a "Show and Tell" format where boat owners could each tell the story of their boat / motor / restoration projects. Here MLAOC President Ron Stevenson is proudly showing of his gorgeous Power Cat with twin Mercury outboard motors.
The three amigos Wayne Robinson (left), Ken Kirk (centre), and Murray Parnell (right) were the three organizers who made this wonderfull day happen. 65 members from the ACBS, MLAOC and TSACBA attended what has become a "dont miss" event on the spring calendar.
Fun was had by all! Ken Lavalette seranades the audience with a song that nicely summarizes the joy and the pain of owning old wooden boats. Ken, his guitar, and his unique sense of humor were the highlight of the day for many attendees!
Ken Kirk proudly displays his stunning Evinrude Row Boat motor on an early Evinrude boat.
Bill Reynolds (centre) and Ken Kirk (left) inspect one of Ken's many stunning race boat / race motor displays at Wayne's World.