Coffee and Muffins at 9:45 – 10 AM – time to catch up with old friends and meet new ones.
Session # 1 Wood Boat Repairs – led by Tim Gautreau
Tim retired from Hackercraft after 43 years working in design and construction. A self-described “Shop Rat”, Tim was building and repairing Hackers before Bill Morgan came on the scene in the early 1980’s – when the Hackercraft name was still dormant. He will share knowledge, tricks, and tips in wood repairs with boats on the Hall’s shop floor.
Lunch– Ann Satterly and Ellen Robbiano are buying and setting up lunch with a donation from Boats by George! A free will offering will be taken to defray additional costs.
Session # 2 Vintage Ignition System Maintenance – led by Joe Fleming
Joe is an ACBS icon and ADK chapter member, and who better to lead this than the inventor of the electronic ignition system in automobiles? Joe can tell you that story first and then cover important information starting with batteries and proceeding through the entire ignition system. This will include a lesson on the full tune up. A handout diagram will be provided showing the entire electrical layout for the 6- and 12-volt system.
Session #3 Vintage Generators, Distributors and Parts – led by Adam Weisberg
Adam has an extensive collection of vintage marine parts. He will bring some examples from his collection for discussion on taking mystery out of how they work, and how to troubleshoot them.
There will be plenty of time for questions in all sessions. This is your chance to learn from some very knowledgeable fellow chapter members
Kindly email your reservation so that we can plan accordingly. email@example.com
COVID is on the rise again in the region and the current variant is reported to be highly contagious. Masks are encouraged and if you if you are not fully vaccinated and boosted, you might consider skipping this one. Also, Hall’s is open for the season and parking is limited. Please consider carpooling if possible.
Thank you, Nick Lamando, for making Hall’s available.
See you at Hall’s!
Neil Satterly firstname.lastname@example.org
Lake George Rendezvous 2022
The Adirondack Chapter of The Antique and Classic Boat Society Presents the 48th Annual Antique and Classic Boat Rendezvous
August 26th – 27th, 2022
We welcome you to join us in celebrating the 48th annual Lake George Rendezvous, to be held on the village docks in Lake George, NY.
PRINT YOUR SHOW REGISTRATION. available Spring 2022
Lake George, nicknamed the “Queen of American Lakes” is 32 miles long and varies from 1-3 miles in width. There are 395 islands sprinkled throughout the crystal-clear water. Come and plan on spending the weekend exploring our beautiful lake and participate in this annual event. In addition to over 50 boats on display both in and out of the water, there will also be a land display of Model T automobiles and classic Triumph sports cars. Food and ice cream vendors will be on site for your convenience.
See the details below, including a welcome cocktail / hors d’ oeuvres and cocktails on Friday night at the beautiful Fort William Henry Hotel. Come and catch up on old friendships and start new ones.
Conclude the weekend again at Fort William Henry Hotel, walking distance from the docks for a casual Awards dinner. Relax and rejuvenate yourself while your boats are being tended by a watchman. The dinner concludes at 6:30pm, leaving plenty of time to trailer/motor home.
***A GREAT PRICE FROM OUR SPONSOR!***
The Fort William Henry Hotel and Conference Center across from Beach Road from the show are again a sponsor. They have set aside a block of rooms for our event at a substantial discount, and will also allow our members staying there adequate parking for boat trailers. Call the hotel directly at (518) 668-3081 and refer to Antique & Classic Boat Show to obtain the room discount.
Friday August 26th:
~ 12 Noon: Guided lake tour of Southern Basin in your boat. Event will start at the village docks.
~ 5:45 pm – 8:30 pm: Cocktails/Hors Oeuvres welcome gathering at the Fort William Henry Hotel.
Saturday August 27th:
~ 8:00 am – 10:00 am: Registration and dock/land assignments. Complimentary coffee and pastries for exhibitors.
~ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm: Boats on display.
~ 2:00 pm: Captains meeting for Fly-By participants
~ 3:00 pm: Fly-By parade; immediately return to docks to attend the BBQ awards dinner
~ 4:30 – 6:30pm: Weekend conclusion and awards dinner at Fort William Henry Hotel
Fill in, print and mail our 2021 show registration at
Friday August 26th: 12 noon
Bring your boat and join members of the Adirondack chapter as they escort you on a guided tour of the Southern basin of Lake George. This 90 minute cruise will start and conclude at the village docks.
Friday night Cocktails: 5:45 pm – 8:00 pm at the beautiful Fort William Henry Hotel.
Saturday Awards Dinner: 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm Immediately following the conclusion of the Rendezvous, a short walk up the hill from the docks. Sign up on the 2022 show registration form to meet us at The Fort William Henry Hotel for an informal BBQ and awards ceremony. For more information, https://www.fortwilliamhenry.com/ available Spring 2022.
Again this year, we have made arrangements for participants to keep their boats at the docks until late Saturday night. We will have a watchman to oversee the security of the boats until the last boat departs. Enjoy and relax without worrying about tending to your boat.
Registration: Registrations will be honored in the order received, so be sure to submit your registration materials as soon as possible. In the unlikely event that the Show has to be delayed or cancelled due to COVID-19, refunds will be made in full. Registration forms are mailed to members and available to print here and return by mail no later than August 13th. The Adirondack chapter continues to support the guidelines presented by ACBS International regarding the “Best Preserved” and “Best Restored” categories. The general criteria is traditional boats containing less than 65% of their original hull side and deck planks should be considered as “restored” rather than “preserved”. Bottom replacement is a safety item and should not be factored into the preserved/restored estimate. Feel free to email our registration chairman, Adam Weisburgh with any questions at email@example.com
~ If registering as a Vendor, it is required by the Village of Lake George to obtain a permit from them. Go to village of lake george homepage and search vendor application. Please include your permit and tax ID# on our registration form.
All trailered boats being launched in Lake George must undergo an inspection at one of the seven regional inspection stations around the lake before launching. This is to ensure that there are no invasive species being introduced to Lake George by trailers or boats. All boats should be clean, drained and dry for free inspection by attending technicians. Refer to lgboatinspections.com for complete information and launch sites.
- Million Dollar Beach ramp: Located on Beach Road in Lake George village, just east of the docks. If you would like to use this launch, it’s best to arrive early, as there are only 25 spaces for trailer parking. Go to Lake George docks and boat launch for full information.
- Dunham’s Bay Marina: On the east side, 4.3 miles north on 9L. This site is for small boats only – 22 feet or less with low windshields, as there is a fixed bridge you need to go under to get to the lake. dunhamsbaymarina.com Phone: (518)744-2627 or (518)798-1718
- Norowal Marina: On the west side, 11.3 miles north on 9N in Bolton Landing. Full service marina. norowalmarina.com Phone: (518) 644-3741
If you trailer your boat to Lake George, please remember to purchase a Lake Use Permit. These are available at any Marina.
Docking Information: This Show sells out and registrations will be assigned slips in the order they are postmarked. After the docks are full, we will assign slips stern-in to the boardwalk on a line. The week of the event, you will receive an email of the docking layout so you will know where your slip is reserved. Remember to bring plenty of fenders and lines. Please arrive between 8:00 – 9:30 am and be in place by 9:45 am. We will have dock hands to assist you in locating your slip as well as securing your boat. Upon tying up your boat, make your way to the registration tent located at the center of the docking area and enjoy complimentary coffee and pastries. You will also check in here and receive your registration bag. This will contain name tags for registered crew members, gifts, as well as your boat placard to be displayed. If you choose to participate in the fly-by mid afternoon, your placard will have your boat’s number on the back. This is for identification purposes. Be sure to browse our ship’s store here for new items!
Fly-By: This is always a hit with the attending crowd! Spectators look forward to hearing the rumbling start of the boat engines and watching them take off from the docks before circling back to the crowd. Accompanying the boats will be our knowledgeable announcer explaining a brief description of each participating vessel as it passes before the crowd. Be sure to include a complete history of your boat, as this will be a reference for our announcer. After completing the fly-by, return to the docks, secure your boat, and head to the BBQ at Fort William Henry, a short walk up the hill to enjoy a relaxing picnic for the conclusion of the weekend. We will have a brief captain’s meeting reviewing the fly-by details at approximately 2pm.
For further questions please contact :
Rendezvous Chairman Ed & Sally Becker, at (518) 469-3600 firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration Chairman Adam Weisburgh (518) 339-4542 email@example.com
Be sure to follow us on Facebook at Antique and Classic Boat Society – Adirondack chap We look forward to seeing you at the show!