Progressive Miami International Boat Show is returning to the Miami Marine Stadium Park and the pool on Rickenbacker Quay in Key Biscayne from February 13 - 17, 2020. This is one of the largest and most influential yacht shows in the world. 100,000 visitors annually to experience the latest in boating from over 1,000 suppliers. Each of the yachtsmen who want to buy their next megayacht, beginners enjoying a pleasant day under the sun among the marinas full of modern boats will find something exciting at the international boat show in Miami.
All About Boat Show
Wander around the marina and explore the latest motor and sailing boats, ranging from fishing boats, pleasure cruisers, sloops, catamarans and yachts, as well as to the best new marine technologies, equipment and accessories. You will also have the opportunity to go out on the water with test drives and boating lessons. Browse and board new boats through the industry's most trusted names, including Beneteau, Boston Whaler, Cobia, Contender, Donzi, Hobie Cat, Jeanneau, Mastercraft, Prestige, Sailfish, SeaHunter, Viking and many others.
Sailing at a boat show
Sailboats and special programming and equipment designed exclusively for sailors are also exhibited every year at the Boat Show. Head to pier 8 and 9 where you can board various single-hull sailing and catamarans of brands such as Bali Catamarans, Fountaine-Pajot and Gemini Catamarans. You can go out and sign up for sailing workshops in the classroom with the best sailing experts. You will also find a pavilion dedicated to sailing equipment, navigation equipment, rigging, accessories and clothing, as well as information from various travel and charter companies.
What is there
Of course, this would not be a show of boats without slaughter food and drink provisions ranging from local vans, food courts, bars and a VIP lounge. Enjoy delicious food from vendors such as Havana 1957, La Cerveceria de Barrio, Latin Café, SuViche, Novecento, Sushi Maki, Killer Melts, Mulberry 1965 Pizza, King of Racks BBQ, BC Tacos, Baby Cheeseburger and Bruma Nitro Coffee.
How to get there
The position of the Miami International Boat Show on the Rickenbacker Road with one road to and from the show means that it would be wise to plan your transportation and parking in advance. Free water taxis from Bayfront Park and American Airlines Arena will run throughout the show, available to viewers with pre-purchased tickets. Free Bayfront Park buses, an American Airlines Arena, downtown garages and the Brightline Terminal (for those arriving by express train from Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach) will also depart.
You can also reserve parking in advance at various places on site or connect to the bus. Tickets can be purchased at the main entrance and online, starting at $ 30 per person. Get to the docks and sail to the boat show in Miami where you can have fun.
If you are interested in finding out more, please reach out to your preferred yacht charter broker.