EY Centre, Ottawa
EY Centre, Ottawa
Check out the full list of boats coming to the 2017 Ottawa Boat Show!
Get your Pleasure Craft Operator Card at the Ottawa Boat Show!
Stay Clear and Stay Safe!
To mark Canada’s 150th anniversary, Parks Canada is offering FREE admission to areas operated by Parks Canada.
The Manitock Classic Boat Club is a great part of The Ottawa Boat Show so come and check out the many great boats on display at the 2017 show!
Lawrence Gunther, North America's only totally blind professional fisher, is the host of Feel the Bite TV and a popular speaker and author.
Get up close with some of Ontario's magnificent wildlife.
The first Canadian National Sportsmen's Show took place in Toronto in 1948. A group of sporting enthusiasts under the leadership of world-famous outdoorsman, author and dedicated conservationist, Frank Kortright, were responsible for an event that would eventually evolve into the Toronto Sportsmen's Show. Kortright saw the approaching environmental crisis and resolved to do something about it, long before it became a worldwide issue. He devoted the latter part of his life, his full attention and abundant energies toward the cause of protecting the wild animals of the fields, the forests, the waters and the skies. In so doing, he created for all Canadians a legacy that will be appreciated by many generations to come
Canadian National Sportsmen's Shows grew from Frank Kortright's vision. Today, it is a not for profit corporation and Canada's largest producer of outdoor shows.
The Ottawa Boat Show is the largest boat show in the Ottawa/ Rideau Region, with an unrivalled selection of boats from powerboats, fishing, cruisers, pontoons to canoes and kayaks. The Ottawa Boat show showcases the best in the Region for boating accessories, cottage living, docks and so much more!