Clayton, N.Y. - The Antique Boat Museum (ABM), North America's premier freshwater nautical museum based in Clayton, New York, has announced that registration for upcoming 2014 summer courses and camps, along with exhibitor registration for the historic 50th annual Antique Boat Show, is now open. An extensive list of courses and activities will highlight the summer calendar at the ABM. Join us as we host sailing, knot-tying, family boatbuilding, boater safety, and more. Kids also have the opportunity to participate in the popular Camp ABM program. Plus, the ABM is seeking boats for the 50th annual Antique Boat Show, which will be held August 1-3. The show is considered to be the longest running antique boat show in North America and the ABM will celebrate this historic year with events and activities over the course of 10 days, which will be capped off with the antique Raceboat Regatta on August 8-10. Registration for the Boat Show will be open through May 15 and space is limited. Any remaining space after the May 15 deadline will be opened at a later date and at an increased registration fee. "It is shaping up to be a fun and eventful year for the ABM and we hope to share the experience with both new and old visitors," stated Michael Folsom, Director of Marketing and Communications. "Our vision is to make this a year to remember." For more information or to register, visit abm.org or call 315-686-4104. Located on the St. Lawrence River in the 1000 Islands, the Antique Boat Museum features a collection of over 300 antique and classic boats, among thousands of recreational boating artifacts. In August 2014, the Museum will host the 50th annual Antique Boat Show and Auction, the longest running antique boat show in North America, during a 10-day celebration spanning August 1-10 and capped off with the Antique Raceboat Regatta. For more information please visit the Museum's website at abm.org.