Miami Show 2017


Oct 29, 2016

The 2017 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show will dock at the famed Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin over President’s Day weekend, bringing the best in boating to an international crowd of more than 100,000. The 2017 event will feature more than 1,300 new vessels – from sport fishing boats and high performance boats, to personal watercraft and wake sport boats, family cruisers and luxury yachts. The latest marine technology and nautical accessories will also be on display, making the Miami Boat Show a can’t miss winter destination for those with a taste for life on the water.


New for 2017! The Miami Boat Show is returning to Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin with the addition of Pier 9 in order to accommodate more than 100 new luxury yachts for sale, making the Miami Boat Show one of the largest yachting exhibitions in the country. Attendees seeking the VIP treatment will also have exclusive access to everything from premium bites and live music, to concierge services, VIP parking, and an exclusive on-water VIP lounge aboard the 111-foot Biscayne Lady. 


Enhancing the overall show experience, the 2017 Miami Boat Show encourages attendees to come hungry and thirsty! A highlight of the 2017 show is an enhanced food & beverage program featuring more than 150 options ranging from luxe to casual fare.  


Located on beautiful Virginia Key, with the oceanfront Miami skyline as its backdrop, Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin is just minutes from downtown Miami.


The Miami Boat Show’s second location, Strictly Sail Miami, will once again be at Miamarina at Bayside and will feature more than 130 sailboats, a large selection of sailing and power catamarans, dozens of daily seminars, and the newest sailing gear. 


Tickets go on sale November 4th, 2017: www.miamiboatshow.com



Visit http://www.miamiboatshow.com/accomodations now to book rooms at the best rates through the boat show’s official housing partner, OnPeak.



Whether by water taxi or valet parking, visit the Getting to the Show tab at www.miamiboatshow.com to plan how you will get to the Show. 


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