The Antique Boat Museum (ABM), North America’s premier freshwater boating museum based in Clayton, NY, in collaboration with the Antique & Classic Boat Society (ACBS) is pleased to announce the details of the upcoming jointly hosted Symposium to be held October 1-3 at the Museum.
The weekend-long Symposium is for people with a passion for boating and building boats, boat owners, and everyone in between. This year’s Symposium offers sessions on flipping boats for bottom work, vacuum bagging, rebuilding a Scripps 302, and finishing Mosquito, a project boat for the last couple of Symposiums.
Bo & Kathy Muller, Muller Boatworks (Sunapee, NH)
Mark Hill, 4th Coast Fours (Waddington, NY)
Andrew Robb, North Country Boatworks (Milton, CT)
Registration is $200 for adults and $125 for youth. Fees cover all lesson materials and select meals (Friday night’s shore dinner, lunch on Saturday, and breakfast Saturday & Sunday).
For more information or to register, visit the Symposium page on abm.org or contact Caitlin Playle, ABM Events & Communications Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 315.686.4104 ext. 236. For questions about Symposium topics, contact Dan Gyoerkoe, ACBS Executive Director at email@example.com.
ABM and the Symposium will comply with all CDC and NYS COVID-19 guidelines and requirements to ensure the health and safety of Symposium attendees and instructors. If necessary, modifications will be made to the format in order to comply with the guidelines.