50th Newport International Boat Show offers showgoers fun for the whole family

Newport Boat Show

Aug 31, 2021

Newport Exhibition Group, owners and producers of the Newport International Boat Show, have announced a wealth of pre-show promotions and entertaining events in celebration of the Show’s 50th Anniversary, which kicks-off September 16 – 19, 2021, in Newport, Rhode Island.

The Newport International Boat Show is committed to producing an event that ensures the safety and well-being of its exhibitors, attendees, staff, and the entire community. The Show will follow and comply with all recommended safety protocols and guidelines put forth by state and local health officials. Though mask wearing outdoors has not been mandated in Rhode Island at this time, Show organizers recommend that they be worn inside tents and seminar rooms. For a complete list of the Show’s safety protocols, visit newportboatshow.com/attending-the-show/show-info.

“With just a few weeks until opening day, Show programming has kicked into high gear,” said Nancy Piffard, Show Director of Newport Exhibition Group. “Everyone involved, from sponsors and media partners to exhibitors and local businesses, have so much in store for attendees. We are positive that our 50th Anniversary will be one to remember.”

Celebrating 50 years, the Newport International Boat Show is one of the largest in-water events in the country and the premier show in New England. It encompasses over 14 acres of Newport’s famed waterfront and hosts hundreds of exhibitors from around the world with new powerboats and sailboats ranging from 15 to 90 feet, plus an extensive selection of marine equipment, services and accessories for boaters.

For more information, visit: www.newportboatshow.com.

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