When:
September 15, 2018 all-day
2018-09-15T00:00:00-04:00
2018-09-16T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
525 River St
Port Huron, MI 48060
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dan Gyoerkoe
315-686-2628

Saturday, September 15th

          9:00-10:00          History of the Lyman Boat Works Company (Presenter Tom Koroknay)

       10:15-11:15          The Tooling used by the Lyman Boat Works Company (Presenter Tom Koroknay)

Tom Koroknay, Lyman Boat Restorer, Historian, and Author

A native Ohioan and third generation woodworker, Tom Koroknay has gained a worldwide reputation as the preeminent Lyman Boat subject matter expert, earning him the moniker “Doc Lyman.”  Tom authored the book Lyman Boats: Legend of the Lakes detailing the company’s iconic 98 years of wooden boat building history and has owned and operated his renowned Lyman Boat restoration business for 35+ years.  He is also a founding member of the original Lyman Owners Association. 

In a once in a lifetime opportunity in 1988, Tom purchased all the remaining Lyman Boat Works archives and factory tooling pertaining to the company’s wooden boat production line to supplement his already flourishing Lyman Boat restoration business.  He later acquired the intellectual property rights to the famous Lyman trademark. 

Over the past 25 years, Tom has provided Lyman Boat historical exhibits and technical information for the National Museum of the Great Lakes, Toledo, Ohio, The Maritime Museum of Sandusky, Sandusky, Ohio, the Antique Boat Museum, Clayton, New York, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, St. Michaels, Maryland, and the renowned Mariner’s Museum, Newport News, Virginia.

Tom remains steadfast in the preservation of the Lyman Boat legacy and brand and can be found plying the waters of western Lake Erie in his 1967 26’ Lyman Cruisette.    Visit his company’s website at www.lymanboat.com

       11:30-12:30          1932 Chris Craft Restoration (Presenter Mary Richter)

Beautifully photographed, step by step restoration of 1932 Chris Craft model 300 Double Cockpit Runabout. This boat appears on page “1” of the Essential Chris Craft Guide. Mary Richter, Owner of Fine Yacht Finishing, LLC will walk you through the restoration process and cosmetic details that make a big difference. Topics include research and repair, stain and varnish, and hardware and hand painted name and logos.

          1:15-3:00            Advanced Sanding, Staining and Varnishing Techniques (Presenter Mary Richter)

This informative, 2-hour, photo packed presentation, will give you the Pro tips for a spectacular marine varnish. Great take home outline with resources, presented by Mary Richter, Owner of Fine Yacht Finishing, LLC.

1 Comment

  1. Hello my father and I wanted to attend Saturday September 15th day of the boat show we are not members we are just enthusiasts. I see Saturday is mostly symposiums, is there any boat showing going on Saturday at all while the Symposium’s run? My grandfather father and myself would like to come down to the marina and be able to check out some of the old boats in the water is this still a possibility or are the boats all gone for the most part thank you very much Brad Vannorman

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