Congratulations to all chapter members representing our chapter at the Antique Boat Museum Show in Clayton, New York
Our President, Ed Andrews whose boat “Liquid Assets” won
Best Preserved Utility, Chris Craft Stewardship and Antique boat of the Year Preserved.
Our Event Chairman, Carmen DeLeo whose boat “No Way” won
Best Restored Utility.
The Mid-Atlantic Chapter
is one chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society, it was created in 2018 by the merger of the Philadelphia Chapter and the former Barnegat Bay Chapter. Our members are a diverse group of people who have a common love of antique and classic boats including: the “woodies”, classic fiberglass boats and today’s contemporary class “wooden boats . They believe that roaring around in a beautifully restored mahogany or fiberglass runabout is among the greatest pleasures of life.
Therefore, the Mid-Atlantic Chapter sponsors a variety of boat shows, organizes member get-togethers, and holds six informal dinner meetings throughout the year. The chapter strives to provide a friendly, comfortable environment so fellow boat owners and prospective boat owners can share their experiences. Besides the quarterly magazine the “Rudder” which all A.C.B.S. members receive, the Mid-Atlantic Chapter also publishes an award-winning quarterly publication called “The Nautical Mile” which provides extensive coverage of both national and local boating events.
The Antique and Classic Boat Society is best explained by its Mission Statement.