Portland Yacht Services (PYS) and the Traditional Small Craft Association (TSCA) are proud to be hosting the 2nd annual Maine Small Craft Celebration (MSCC). We received great feedback from the visitors, exhibitors and participants that attended the 1st show and we look forward to making it even better this time around. This year we have simplified registration forms for both commercial exhibitors and visitors that want to bring their boats.
We are currently planning for the 2nd Annual MSCC. We have simplified the registration form and the categories of participants. All boat entrants must be approved by the MSCC, see Small Craft Definition below.
*Non-profit fee may be reduced or waived based on event participation (lectures, demos)
Bring Your Own Boat (BYOB): Non-commercial boat owners only. $20 for the weekend, free admission for owner and crew. Land and/or water display.
Vendors, food/beverage:Contact Joanna@PortlandYacht.com for information.
Small Craft Definition for the MSCC. It's sort of you know it when you see it, but here are the general guidelines:
If you have a question or would like more information contact us at Info@SmallCraftCelebration.com.
2nd Annual MSCC Schedule to be posted later this year.
Here is a listing of the boats that were at the MSCC:
Below is a list of some of the MSCC exhibitors. If you have a small boat, build or design small boats, have a business or organization involved with small craft and would like an invitation to this celebration please contact us at Info@SmallCraftCelebration.com
Tim Estabrook's Serendipity design, 15ft. LOA and a variation of a Marblehead Skiff. Planked in White Pine over Locust and White Oak frames.