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Winners of the 57th Antique Boat Show:
Best Outboard Display: 1923 Elto Rudder Twin and 1917 Ford Model T – Allyn Hetzke Sr.
Most Unusual Outboard: 1926 Johnson J-25 with bag – Syd Marsden
Outboard Motor Craftsmanship: 1920 Evinrude RBM MA – Brian & Sue Sherwood
Unmounted Inboard Motor: 1927 Evinrude DD – Brian & Sue Sherwood
Preserved Antique Sailing Canoe: 1940 16’ Peterborough – Mark Giovannetti
Preserved Historic Paddling Canoe: 1895 14’ Rushton named Feather – Richard & Wendy Fetridge
Preserved Historic Rowing Skiff: 1900 20’ Estes Skiff named Northwind – Karen Marsden
Preserved Antique Tender: 1933 40’ Brainard Robbins named That’s Her – Barry Chalk
Preserved Historic Launch: 1915 26’ L. E. Fry named The Ark – Jim Holden
Restored Classic Outboard Boat: 1963 16’ 6” Lyman named Knot Again – John & Chansa Heiman
Preserved Antique Outboard Boat: 1932 12’ Thompson – Brian & Sue Sherwood
Preserved Antique Utility: 1940 15’ 10” Lyman named Susan – Susan Haigh
Preserved Classic Utility: 1963 18’ Century named Heaven On A Sunday – Ray & Ann McDowell
Restored Classic Utility: 1964 20’ Chris Craft named No Way – Carmen DeLeo
Preserved Antique Runabout: 1922 26’ Chris Craft named Miss Algonac – John & Rebecca Allen
Restored Antique Runabout: 1940 19’ Chris Craft named Tootsie – Ross Myers
Preserved Classic Runabout: 1958 17’ Chris Craft named Summer Breeze – Kim & Harry Gedicke
Restored Classic Runabout: 1955 18’ Chris Craft named Miss Bette – David McEwen
Contemporary: 2010 28’ Gar Wood named Just For You – Jack & Denise Rifenburg
Preserved Antique Cruiser: 1929 46’ Elco named Spindrift II – Doug Reicher & Camille Tisdel
Preserved Race Boat: 1949 26’ Monty O’Shea named Miss Comet – Mike & Barbara Cregg
Best Non-Wood Boat: 1976 17’ 6” Chris Craft named Gus’ Minion – Gus Lombardi
Outstanding Chris Craft: 1951 19’ Chris Craft named Liquid Asset – Ed Andrews
Outstanding Lyman: 1937 20’ Lyman named Remember Wenn – David & Marci Wenn
Outstanding Century: 1963 18’ Century named Heaven On A Sunday – Ray & Ann McDowell
Joe Turcotte Memorial Gar Wood Award: 1946 16’ Gar Wood named Jazz – Wes & Gail Van Dine
Craftsmanship: 2020 16’ A. A. Apel/David Strobino named Rodeo – David Strobino
Boat That Turns Your Head: 1949 26’ Monty O’Shea named Miss Comet – Mike & Barbara Cregg
Great Memories Award in honor of Lee Heinzman: 1964 16’ Century named Ho-Li-Chit – Rick & Penny Botelho
Boat Most Representative of Show Theme: 1928 26’ Hutchinson named VIB – Becky & Mike Deyling
John Clark Inboard Engine of the Year: 1917 Hall-Scott A-7-A in Miss Algonac – John & Rebecca Allen
Fred Thomas Antique Boater of the Year: Dan Gyoerkoe, ACBS Executive Director
ABM Staff Choice: 1929 24’ 6” Hutchinson named Sophisticated Lady – Alfred Kettell Jr. & Nicole Sarett
Peoples Choice: 1959 21’ Century named Sea Deuce – Nick Arnone
Robert Cox Founders Award: 1968 14’ Glastron named Boat – Shawn O’Connor
Walter G. Kincaid Memorial Award: 1906 38’ Hutchinson named Monitor – Richard Calabrese Jr.
Jim Lewis Memorial Award for the Most Unique Vessel: 1945 26’ U. S. Coast Guard Whaleboat named Geraldine – Joe Sabo
BEST OF SHOW AWARDS
Blair Cook Memorial Small Craft of the Year: 1902 17’ 6” Joseph Adams named ESW – Bette (& Lee) Heinzman
Best of Show Preserved: 1922 26’ Chris Craft named Miss Algonac – John & Rebecca Allen
Best of Show Restored: 1940 19’ Chris Craft named Tootsie – Ross Myers
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Parking, Shuttle, and Visitor Docking▾
Parking is available at Guardino Elementary, Lions Field, and any available village street parking. We ask you to be considerate of our neighbors when parking on the street and not block driveways and sidewalks. The ABM Community Parking Lot located at Riverside Dr and Jane St behind Watertown Savings Bank is open to current Friends of the Museum only from Thursday, August 5 through Sunday, August 8. Limited handicap parking is available in front of the Museum.
A FREE shuttle runs during Boat Show (8:30-5:30pm Friday & Saturday, 8:30-1:00pm Sunday) between the Guardino Elementary parking lot (High or Beecher St), ABM, Frink Park on Riverside Dr, the Lions Field parking lot (Webb St), and the Don Doebler Collections Storage Facility (when open).
Visiting the Show by boat? Visitor docking is not available at ABM’s docks during the Show. Limited docking is available at the village’s docks at Mary Street Municipal Dock next to the Museum and the Rotary Park Docks on Riverside Dr, and the Clayton Harbor Municipal Marina. Learn more about the Village docks here and the Municipal Marina here. All boaters must purchase Admission to the Show in the Mary Street Boat Shop before proceeding into the Show unless they are only visiting the Marketplace which is free.
Note: For vehicle and pedestrian safety, Mary St from Alexandria St to Theresa St will be closed to traffic Thursday, August 5 through Sunday, August 8. The Clayton Public Boat Ramp remains accessible via Theresa St throughout Boat Show weekend.
Questions? Contact Caitlin Playle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 315.686.4104 ext. 236.
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