The Toronto International Boat Show opened to the public yesterday morning and will run until Sunday, January 22nd.
It seems like Mother Nature is always willing to help with attendance on opening day by creating havoc with the weather, convincing boating enthusiasts that the day is better spent inside dreaming of summer activities; this year was no different and there were early morning long line-ups to enter the halls of the Direct Energy Centre on the Exhibition Grounds.
Sailboats of all sizes and prices can be found in the Sail Fest area in Hall D; a new elevated platform allows visitors to stroll from one yacht broker's selection to the next in a continuous fashion without having to climb stairs constantly. The Canadian Yachting sponsored Island Village is located in the centre of the yachts and provides a pleasant rest area complete with food and drinks.
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