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26th Annual Antique and Classic Boat Festival

Award Winners from last year
Friday, June 14, 2013 to Sunday, June 16, 2013

Father’s Day weekend 3-day 26th Annual Antique and Classic Boat Festival in St. Michaels, MD. 130 boats on land and in the water, 70 vendors, Nautical Flea Market, Field of Dreams Boats for Sale, full day of Free Seminars, Kids activities from preschoolers to young adults; all on the 17 acres of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Maryland.

  • Friday, June 14,
    Welcome Party plus 2 ½ Hour Classic Boat Cruise plus Full Boat Show on land and in the water, Field of Dreams, Sea Scouts presentation, 70 Vendors open ;
  • Saturday, June 15,
    Free Seminars all day plus Full Boat Show Festival on land and in the water, Field of Dreams, Teen and pre-school events, 70 Vendors open;
  • Sunday, June 16
    two hours Awards Bar-B-Que plus ½ Boat Show Festival on land and in the water, 70 vendors open

Runabouts, Race Boats, Work Boats, Utilities, Launches, and Cabin Cruiser Yachts from 16′ to 78′ feet. See Chris Craft, Hacker Craft, Larson, Gar Wood, Donzi, Trumpy, Dodge, Glastron, Century, Lyman, Glasspar, Sheperd, Aristo Craft, Richardson, and Sea Lyon classic boats on 450,000 square feet of the historic Chesapeake Bay Museum.

The Arts at Navy Point is a show within the show of 70 vendors of all related in some way to boats, the water, or its surroundings. They have regional and national reputations for their work and have come here from throughout the U.S. Juried fine artists and artisans, including painters, sculptors, photographers, jewelers, and model makers antiques, clothing and home furnishings, boat builders, boat restorers, rope vendors, and hard-to-find parts. Folks attend our Boat Show Festival from Illinois, Vermont, Florida, Connecticut, Maine, Delaware, Virginia, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Indiana, Ohio, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland.

St. Michaels, Maryland on the grounds and buidings of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Dominic Fiaschetti
dadsday2013@vweizon.net
410-437-3989