Monday, January 07, 2013

Lake at the @TorontoBoatShow

Taking over the #Toronto Marlies hockey rink is the World's largest indoor lake for boaters being built right now for the upcoming Toronto International Boat Show taking place January 12-20, 2013. The Direct Energy Centre in Exhibition Place will become boat central during the early winter show and will have over 1,200 boats of all types available for perusing. The 2013 live lake cam shows that blue liners are currently being placed in advance of adding over one million gallons of Lake Ontario water (talk about cold, fresh water). See more photos of the 2012 show on my post here.
The Show is billed as Thrills without the Chills and there is a special preview night for charity on January 11, tickets $100 and $40. The sailboat and the large yacht pictured here are seen playing around the waters of Toronto Harbour.
Time to get a bigger boat?
"Fun for the Whole Family! As the temperature drops, so too do the options for parents looking for activities to plan in the middle of winter for the entire family. Look no further than the Toronto International Boat Show to entertain, educate and offer unique activities that bring summer fun indoors, January 12 to 20, 2013. Ever wonder what luxury yachts look like inside? The Toronto Boat Show has more than a million square feet of show space at the Direct Energy Centre packed with awe-inspiring boats to see and tour, marine accessories ranging from canoes and kayaks to fishing rods and wakeboards, and free seminars, demonstrations and on-water entertainment.
The 2012 lake setup
Wakeboarders put on impressive demonstrations

Boat rides are available on the world's largest indoor lake for boaters, along with wakeboarding lessons, practices and demonstrations by trained experts using the Sesitec System that gently and safely pulls riders across the water. Lifejackets, wetsuits and wakeboards are provided in all sizes. All activities are FREE with admission, making the Toronto International Boat Show the best entertainment value for your dollar. Children 16 years and under are admitted FREE when accompanied by an adult."
Boats of all sizes will be on display

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