Skaneateles played host to hundreds of visitors over the weekend during the 31st Annual Antique and Classic Boat Show.
Boats were brought in from homeports as close as Skaneateles and as far away as areas like Bergen, located in Western New York, Salem, N.C., and Put-In-Bay, Ohio.
No matter where they hailed from, the boats lining the slips along the pier made their way along the sea wall during the boat parade as Tom Beardsley acted as announcer. Beardsley, a long-time resident of Skaneateles, now makes his home in California, said Sue Dove, executive director of the Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce.
As people lined the sea wall and watched the boats go by in choppy waters, Dove said the organizers of the event were very pleased.
"The crowds are the biggest we've had," she said.
Despite the high winds on Saturday night, it was a great weekend for the boat show.
Here are the winners from this year's event:
The winners of this year's boat show raffles are ...
Bijou Boat -- The Lindgrens, of Skaneateles
Laura's List Boat -- Nicholas Packiorek, of Skaneateles
Eat, Drink and Be Merry Boat -- Tony Pana, of Ithaca
Kids Have Fun Boat -- Amy Duprey, of Rochester
2008 Framed Boat Show Poster -- Jim Graham, of Texas
2009 Framed Boat Show Poster -- Lou Buttega
Relax SPA Boat -- Kyle Amberg, of Horseheads
2009 Antique and Classic Boat Show awards
Best in Show -- Preserved: Todd Parmington, 1885 Rushton named Bucky
Best in Show -- Restored: John Allen, 1923 Fay and Bowen named Rusticator
ACBS Preservation Award: Bruce and Katie Thompson, 1955 Thompson named Theo
Best Craftsmanship - Owner Restored
Best Small Craft -- Preserved: Richard and Wendy Fettridge, 1930 boat named Painted Lady
Best Small Craft -- Restored: Tim McNally, 1885 Boydish named Joyce Anne