The 2021 Virtual Toronto International Boat Show sets sail online as thousands of boats and marine accessories get ready to hit the market at the first boating event of year, beginning January 18 – 24, at TorontoBoatShow.com.
It has been scientifically proven that getting out on the water or on a boat promotes a restful, positive state of mind, along with social, physiological and psychological benefits. Canadians can start to look forward to better days on the water. From video content that will educate and inspire, to virtual showrooms, live chats, and seminars, the Virtual Toronto Boat Show is a whole new way to get ready for the boating season.
Here are some new products which will be showcased at this year’s Toronto Boat Show and debuting in Canada that will be popular on the waters this summer.
The highly anticipated Kymera body board is ready to hit the Canadian market and make its debut at the Virtual Toronto Boat Show. Hailed as the next evolution in personal water sports, Kymera is easily transported in any compact car; weighs only 50lbs; and rides up to 20mph with an impressive battery life for loads of fun on the water. This jet-powered body board was highlighted on the Shark Tank.
The 4-in-1 SUP, WindSurfer, Dingy and Sailboat is Italian designed and British built, the Maverick is the ultimate water sport board. Maverick is not just a new concept of the dinghy, it is a windsurfer, sail, and when there is no wind it turns to a stand-up paddle board.
Available for the first time in Canada at indiemarine.com, TeamO Inflatable PFDs (personal flotation device) are the only product in the world that has the ground-breaking technology of BackTow™. It provides a safer way to be tethered to a boat, by transferring the anchor point of the harness from the front of the jacket to the back. As a result, when the inflation device is deployed the person is pulled through the water face-up, making it easier to breathe without being submersed. These innovative PFDs designed in the UK have won awards in safety, and have been seen photographed on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate.
For more show details, visit torontoboatshow.com.