The New Hampshire Boat Museum is this week’s ACBS Featured Associate Member.

The Antique and Classic Boat Society recognizes the New Hampshire Boat Museum with gratitude for their support of our organization. They are also a member of the New England Chapter of ACBS.

The New Hampshire Boat Museum is located in Wolfeboro Falls, NH. From Memorial Day to Columbus Day it is the center of learning opportunities and fun activities.  This museum serves the local community and is also an attraction for tourists.  

A ride on the Millie B will be the highlight of your visit to Wolfeboro! The twenty-eight foot, mahogany triple cock-pit “woodie” is a replica of a 1928 Hacker-Craft. We offer the only ride of its kind on Lake Winnipesaukee. Not only will you relive memories of the golden age of wooden boats, but you will enjoy a 45 minute narrated tour of the most beautiful section of Lake Winnipesaukee.

 

Think about planning a family vacation where the whole family gets to work together to build a boat while taking advantage of the beautiful area which includes Lake Winnipesaukee, Lake Wentworth, Squam Lake, and more.  The Museum offers “build it yourself” workshops for all ages.  Some are designed for families, others specifically for youth, one session for women only.  Volunteers spend the winter preparing the kits and then provide the guidance during the workshops so that participants end with a completed boat to launch.

This clip is from a video which you can see on the museum’s website. The video was done for WMUR-TV by the “New Hampshire Chronicle”. 

Today, July 15th, is the Museum’s annual NEW ENGLAND VINTAGE BOAT AUCTION. Check out the list of events for the rest of the year.


The Antique and Classic Boat Society appreciates the extra support given to our organization by Associate Members.  Click here to see this year’s list of Associate Members.

If you or your business would like to support the Antique and Classic Boat Society by being an ACBS Associate Member, you may join here or contact ACBS Executive Director Dan Gyoerkoe at [email protected] or call (315) 686-2628.

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