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Ready for the Miami Boat Show 2017?

February 13, 2017

Miami is THE place to be over President’s Day weekend as more than 100,000 boating enthusiasts from around the globe are expected to flock to the Progressive® Insurance Miami International Boat Show. 2017 marks the show’s second year at the iconic Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin, where it will unveil a number of elements, including more boats, more yachts, and a new VIP experience.

GETTING THERE

Located across the Bay from downtown Miami, Virginia Key is easy to get to by land or sea: plentiful parking, shuttles, and water taxis service. In addition, all major hotel chains will offer water taxi service to and from the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin location.

THE SITE

More than 1,200 boats on land and in the water with 400+ slips. A deep water basin to accommodate large boats closed and open-air tented exhibit space for marine accessories, electronics, engines, nautical gifts and apparel and services.

MORE STRICTLY SAIL

Featuring approximately 130 sailboats, sailing and power catamarans, daily seminars and sailing gear. Access via free water taxis or shuttle buses, running until 7 p.m. daily.

WATER EXPERIENCES

Take the boat of your dreams for a spin on the water, or take the Discover Boating Hands-On Skills training workshop (advance registration is recommended)

PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION

Arrive at the show via water taxis, or shuttle buses. Over 10,000 parking spaces available at offsite locations. Visit Boat Show Transportation to view the full list of pick-up and drop-off points to access the show.

ENTERTAINMENT, DINING & MORE!

Enjoy your day at the show and experience the boating lifestyle in a whole new way. On-the-water boating workshops, daily seminars, and fun ways to test the waters including paddle sports demos A new menu of dining and food options that cater to every taste, with several restaurants right on site.

ADMISSION

Premier Day $35; Adult (age 16+) $20; Two-day pass (Friday–Monday, Februray 12–15) $35 Five-day pass $85; Children 15 and younger FREE