Toronto International Boat Show

North America’s largest indoor boat show docks at the Enercare Centre from January 17 – 26, 2020 with an impressive array of 1,200 new boats on display, educational seminars, and lifestyle programming.

Spanning over a million square feet of show space, this year’s highlights include Ontario’s own Tammy Wolf, one of the most successful powerboat racers in North America and the only woman to podium at an FI Champion boat race; the 2nd annual Toronto Indoor Wakeboarding Championships featuring the world’s best professional riders; and treasure hunters Darrell Miklos and Jim Sinclair of the Discovery Channel’s hit show Cooper’s Treasure.

And back by popular demand is Twiggy the Water-Skiing Squirrel to delight audiences of all ages.


January 17 to 26, 2020

Weekdays (20 – 24)

  • 11am to 8pm

Saturdays (18 & 25)

  • 10am to 7pm

Sunday, January 19

  • 10am to 6pm

Sunday, January 26

  • 10am to 5pm



Preview Day Friday, January 17, 2020..2pm-8pm
$100 Platinum ticket, $35 Gold Ticket
Women’s Day Sunday, January 19, 2020
$99; Pre-registration required
General Admission (17 – 64 yrs.) $20
Seniors (65 yrs. & better) $17
KIDS 16 years & under FREE
Weekday Special $5 After 5pm Admission; and FREE parking on weekdays after 5pm
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The Toronto International Boat Show is owned and produced by Canadian Boat Shows. In generating more than $354 million in
economic impact to the region, it is the largest indoor boat show in North America. More boats are purchased at the Toronto
International Boat Show than at any other place or event in Canada. About 43% of Canadians (12.4 million people) participate in
boating and 20% (6 million) own a boat. Direct revenues across Canada’s core recreational boating industry total nearly $5 billion p