The Adirondack Chapter is based in upstate New York, with coverage from the Lake George and Capital District regions through the Adirondack Park. The chapter comprises of about 250 members. We host two rendezvous style shows each season; the Fulton Chain Rendezvous in Old Forge and the Lake George Rendezvous naturally at Lake George.
The Barnegat Bay Chapter of ACBS, located in southern New Jersey, sponsors a great annual boat festival in September at Point Pleasant, New Jersey.
The Bay State Woodies Chapter of ACBS involves vintage boat enthusiasts from the Massachuttes area with events Lake Quinsigamond, South Hampton, and others.
The Bayou Chapter of ACBS, with members from Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, is active in the Madisonville Wooden Boat Festival plus quarterly events.
The Big Sky Chapter of ACBS offers serious fun to casual recreationalists and professional craftsman as they showcase the best water-craft in the Northwest.
Blackhawk Chapter of ACBS in Illinois and Wisconsin brings together people with an interest in preserving, restoring and enjoying antique and classic boats.
Blue Ridge Chapter members of ACBS share experiences and information, exchange ideas and generate enthusiasm for all aspects of antique and classic boats.
The Bluegrass Chapter of ACBS holds an annual boating rendezvous in Kentucky to share their members’ interest in antique and classic boats and boating.
The Bluewater Chapter of ACBS is centered around southwest Ontario, with activities around Lake St. Clair.
Bob Speltz Land-O-Lakes Chapter of ACBS strives to promote, and encourage a love and enjoyment of all aspects of historic, antique and classic boating.
The Buckeye Chapter was founded in 1979. It is one of the oldest chapters the Antique & Classic Boat Society. Buckeye Lake in Ohio has a long and rich history of being a vacation play-land and boating center.
Chautauqua Lake Twin Tier Chapter of ACBS, in the far southwestern point of New York, is a group who enjoy being antique or classic boat owners.
The Chesapeake Bay Chapter of ACBS has enthusiastic members who make sharing knowledge, assisting with restoration, and working cooperatively fun.
Columbia Willamette Chapter of ACBS provides an opportunity for vintage boat enthusiasts to get together and share knowledge, experience and enjoyment in old boats.
The Dixieland Chapter holds three annual events; Guntersville Lake, Wheeler Lake and Pickwick Lake, all are on the Tennessee River and often a river cruise.
Finger Lakes Chapter, part of ACBS since 1978, has a strong youth development program and holds its annual July show on Skaneateles Lake in New York.
The Glacier Lakes Chapter was recognized as “Chapter of The Year” by ACBS in 2014. The Chapter newsletter “at the Waterline” was also recognized in 2011 and 2015 from The Antique & Classic Boat Society. Glacier Lakes Chapter will host the Annual ACBS International Boat Show and Meeting in 2017.
The Heartland Classics Chapter is for those who love and care for antique and classic boats in America’s Heartland.
The Hudson River Chapter of ACBS is dedicated to preserving classic boat design and structure and the heritage of boating on the Hudson River.
The Indian Lake Chapter of ACBS promotes sharing dreams, adventures, knowledge, and history with enthusiasts throughout central and northwestern Ohio.
The Indiana Chapter of ACBS enjoys the camaraderie of members sharing their appreciation and enthusiasm for antique wooden and classic fiberglass boats.
Inland Empire Chapter of ACBS knows how to have fun, they honor classic boat builders of their area, and welcome others to their beautiful lake settings.
The Jerry Dyhrkopp Iowa Great Lakes Chapter claims Lake Okoboji as its event center where an annual rendezvous is held each July.
Our members share common interests in the care and use of vintage boats of all types; launches, runabouts, sailboats, canoes, outboards, guide boats, cruisers, etc. – wood and, increasingly, non-wood.
Lake Hopatcong Chapter of ACBS plans a calendar full of events including an Annual Boat Show in June as well as a host of fun events on land and water.
Long Island Chapter is for those people who live in the New York City, NY area who are interested in antique and classic boats.
The members of Manotick Chapter are from different backgrounds who share a common interest in the preservation and enjoyment of antique and classic craft.
The Michigan chapter is an active club of members that pride themselves in “using” their historic watercraft and sanction several boat shows along the St. Clair River every year. We also have several monthly informal cruises during the summer months, and organize workshops during the winter.
With various monthly activities, Mississippi Valley Chapter’s primary water is the beautiful Alton Pool on the Mississippi River just south of St. Louis.
All kinds of classics are welcomed by Mountainview Woodies Classic Boat Club of Maine Chapter based in the beautiful Sebago-Long Lakes region of Maine.
Located in northeastern Pennsylvania, the NE Pennsylvania – Harveys Lake Chapter holds its annual show in August.
New England Chapter, one of the earliest in ACBS, sponsors the annual Winnipesaukee Antique and Classic Boat Show and other boating shows and excursions.
Niagara Frontier Chapter members share interest in classic and antique wooden and fiberglass boats, classic hydroplanes, Jersey Skiffs and other race boats.
The love for vintage boats fueled the growth of our events. NCO is a very active chapter and over the years we have organized many boat shows, workshops, rendezvous, cruises, social gatherings, and our monthly board meetings. NCO also has helped grow youth activities such as model sailboat building and racing.
Northern California – Lake Tahoe Chapter supports community through philanthropic donations. They host the 2016 International ACBS Annual Meeting and Show.
Members of the Ohio Valley Chapter live in Southern Ohio, Southern Indiana, and Northern Kentucky with most of their events taking place on the Ohio River and its tributaries.
The Okanagan Chapter of International ACBS covers most of Western Canada with members from as far East as Calgary and as far West as Victoria.
The most important reason for joining the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the ACBS is your association with others who share a love of old boats.
McCall, Idaho is home to Payette Lake, a gorgeous 5,000 acre lake at elevation of about 5,000 feet. The lake and the surrounding region are the playground of the Payette Lakes Chapter. Our primary function is to host our annual Wooden and Classic Boat Show on the docks of the Shore Lodge, a world class resort.
The Philadelphia Chapter is all about preserving America’s maritime heritage and it provides a comfortable environment in which to explore vintage boats.
This ACBS Chapter holds a boat show in late May every year in New Bern, NC on the beautiful Neuse River. Annual outings are held on Jordan Lake and Lake Gaston each summer. RDC Triangle Chapter also holds several technical sessions each year where we share knowledge of members’ boat restoration skills.
The Rocky Mountain Classics Chapter has created a community of enthusiasts who love and care for antique and classic boats with events all through the year.
The Smith Mountain Lake Chapter promotes the restoration and preservation of antique and classic boats and their use on Smith Mountain Lake in Virginia.
The Southern California Chapter holds its premiere event at Lake Arrowhead, California in early June. The Chapter has annual boating events at Bass Lake near Yosemite National Park in conjunction with the Northern California-Lake Tahoe Chapter, at Big Bear Lake, and San Diego Mission Bay.
Southern New England Chapter has quality boat shows and educational events to educate members and the public about historic, classic boats and boating.
The ACBS Southwest Chapter sponsors Keels & Wheels Concours d’ Elegance in Seabrook, Texas, one of the premier classic car and boat concours in the country.
Sunnyland Chapter of ACBS strives to perpetuate the love of boating by maintaining our past while educating for our future.
The St. Lawrence River and the 1000 Islands area is one of the most beautiful cruising grounds in the world and the home of Thousand Islands Chapter of ACBS.
Tide Water Chapter of ACBS has events planned along the coast of southern Virginia and northern North Carolina.
Toronto Chapter of International ACBS provides several events and workshops throughout the year and throughout Ontario, Canada.
The Water Wonderland Chapter is for people with a common interest to get together to share information, experiences, and last but not least, boating fun!
Wine Country Classic Boats Chapter of ACBS celebrates and promotes education about, and preservation of the culture of historic, antique and classic boats.