Miami International Boat Show 2015. For the love of sailing.
by Sep Niakan | February 06, 2015
Whether you’re a newbie or seasoned sailor, prospective buyer or simple spectator, the 2015 Miami International Boat Show will soon reunite you with your maritime love. Brace yourself from February 12th – 16th, for the greatest boat show in the world is back again to reel you out.
Everything you ever wanted to see and know about the latest in powerboats, sailboats, engines, cutting-edge marine electronics, accessories, nautical gifts, service and even apparel will be on display across three locations. More than 3,000 boats and 2,000 exhibitors from across the globe will be setting up shop at the Miami Beach Convention Center, Sea Isle Marina & Yachting Center and Miamarina at Bayside.
With five days of maritime fanfare, you won’t just have the opportunity to compare makes and models, but also learn with DIY seminars, hands-on skills training and discussion sessions at ‘Discover Boating’, 1-hour workshops, 3-hour workshops, the ‘Strictly Sail Miami’ sailing extravaganza and the popular ‘Big Game Room’ all-about-fishing seminar and challenges. But it’s not just all a watch-learn-execute approach; the entertainment line-up this year includes The Roast of Stu Apte, Guy Harvey Artist Pavilion, Meet Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer and Cruiser's Outpost Party featuring the Eric Stone Band.
While passes range from $20 to $85 for adults, children (15 and under) get free admission.
Photo credit: miamiandbeaches.com
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