Woohooo!

If you are having some sort of boat show or event withdrawal. Today you can do the imposable. Be in several places at one time. And there is even more to come. And still have time to go out and enjoy a nice boat ride for real. So here is the link farm of virtualness!

Get click’n

First off, today is first virtual show for the New England Lyman Group. YOU CAN VISIT IT HERE. 

And next week, June 15th is the first Chris Craft Antique Boat Club Virtual Boat Show. You can sign up below the story

And of course there is the Antique Boat Museum, who has gone virtual big time.

The virtual exhibit is growing

  1. You can have your boat featured in the Museum. Very cool stuff and partnering with WoodyBoater Click HERE.
  2. You can go on a Virtual Boat Ride up in The Thousand Islands. WOW. WATCH HERE! right below here.

Antique Wood Boat Museum Clayton NY 2019′ from Exit world films on Vimeo.

A huge standing ovation to the clubs and museum for the effort to keep it as real as possible. I have to say, the virtual boat shows are very well done, and would love to see this as a way in the future to use with the real show. I love knowing the family story the boats have. Now click out there!

The Chris Craft Club want to show your Chris Craft

And here is the info on next weeks big Chris Craft Clubs show and how to join the fun


Virtual All Chris-Craft Antique and Classic Boat Show
Sponsored by the Chris-Craft Antique Boat Club
(www.chris-craft.org)

In response to the almost across-the-board cancellation of antique and classic boat shows this season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chris-Craft Antique Boat Club is sponsoring a Virtual All Chris-Craft Antique and Classic Boat Show.

We are now soliciting submissions for the show in the following categories:

Antique Runabouts, Utilities, and Cruisers built between 1919 and 1942, inclusive
Classic Runabouts, Utilities, Cruisers, and Fiberglass boats built between 1943 and 1975, inclusive
Late Classic boats built between 1976 and 1995, inclusive.

Winning entrants, as determined by a panel of self-proclaimed “experts,” will be displayed in the next issue of The Brass Bell. Additionally, your submission may result in a feature article about your boat in a future issue of The Brass Bell.

Please submit via e-mail to brassbell@chris-craft.org:

Three high-resolution photos of your boat
Brief description of your boat, including the year, make, model, length, name and port of call, owners’ names, and city/state of residence
Any other descriptive information.

The deadline for submissions is June 15, 2020.

We look forward to seeing your boat!

The Chris-Craft Antique Boat Club
www.chris-craft.org

You might like...
« « Previous Post         |         Next Post » »
6 Responses to “OH YA! Virtual Smorgasbord Saturday”
  1. Mike D

    Matt, I sure like your use of words: “imposable” is the bestest of them all.

  2. Larry Jamieson

    Matt, thanks for posting the announcement about the Chris-Craft Antique Boat Club Virtual Boat Show.

  3. Steve L

    To the New England Lyman group…
    GREAT SHOW! WELL DONE!
    It takes a lot of effort to gather all the entrant’s photos and info and still have a consistent format. It was a pleasure to scroll though these beautiful lapstrakes!