Newport International Boat show tickets now on sale

Newport Boat Show

June 19, 2023

Newport International Boat Show has announced that tickets are now on sale for the 52nd Newport International Boat Show presented by BankNewport. The event will take place September 14-17, 2023, at the Newport Yachting Center Marina in downtown Newport, Rhode Island.

“Last year’s Show was one of the most successful to date,” said Jocelyn Emory, Marketing Director of Newport Exhibition Group. “Attendance was exceptional and the boats and products on display were innovative and in plenty. We have organized new programming components and expanded areas through-out the Show this year and are confident it’s going to be an event to remember!”

Celebrating its 52nd year, the Newport International Boat Show is one of the largest in-water events in the country and the premier show in the Northeast. It encompasses over 14 acres of Newport’s famed waterfront and hosts hundreds of exhibitors, dealers and manufacturers, with new powerboats and sailboats ranging from 15- to 90-feet, plus an extensive selection of marine equipment, services and accessories for boaters. A variety of high-profile sponsors are already committed to adding to the experience with special events throughout the Show.

To purchase tickets online, click here. Save $2 on one-day tickets (valid any one day, Friday-Sunday) if purchased online before gates open on September 14. Also, tickets purchased online in the month of June will be automatically entered to win a $250 Helly Hansen gift card with the one lucky winner being chosen on July 1st. Please follow the Newport International Boat Show’s Facebook and Instagram and subscribe to its YouTube channel for the latest updates, schedules of events and sponsor giveaways and prizes.

For more information, visit: www.newportboatshow.com

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