Located in the southwest corner of New York state, Chautauqua Lake is the recreational center for members from northwest Pennsylvania as well as western New York.

The Chautauqua Lake Twin Tier Chapter plans monthly “Cruise-in” events throughout the summer at various locations around the lake.  The gatherings are fun for the participants and a chance for the public to see the members’ vintage boats.

Chautauqua Lake Twin Tier Chapter
We are a group who…

  • have an interest in antique and classic boats,
  • are challenged by the nature of owning a vintage boat,
  • enjoy learning through sharing ideas and experiences.

Some of us…

  • enjoy competing in judged boat shows,
  • enjoy rebuilding and servicing vintage boats,
  • enjoy buying and selling vintage boats,
  • enjoy showing-off our boat.

But we’re really just a group who enjoy being antique or classic boat owners.

Are you wondering about the map of chapter members? If you are a member of the Antique and Classic Boat Society, you may go to the Members Only side of this website.  When you click on the tab “CHAPTERS”, the list of 54 chapters appears.  Clicking on the name of a chapter (left column) will take you to the map of where their members reside.  It will also tell you the annual dues for the chapter and give you a link to their website.  Scrolling below the map, you will find a list of the current officers with their contact information.

Are you a member of ACBS?  If YES, try this feature of the Online Directory.  If NO, then here is the place where you can JOIN.

Becoming a member of ACBS and a local chapter is the best opportunity to share knowledge and fun as you participate in shows and workshops – even phone calls and shop visits, to learn what there is to know about vintage boats and the people who love them.


Please share information about your chapter events.  Anyone can do that.  You may email up to six pictures and text to [email protected].

 

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