2016 Progressive® Insurance Miami Show: New Location And Ticket Discount

Miami Show 2016

 

Jan 26 ,2016

The 2016 Progressive® Insurance Miami International Boat Show® is moving from the Miami Beach Convention Center to Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin! 

WHEN: February 11–15, 2016

Premier Day: Thursday, February 11, 10 am– 6 pm

Show Days: Friday, February 12—Sunday, February 14, 10 am–8 pm ; Monday, February 15, 10 am–6 pm 

>> Click here to access your Discounted Ticket pricing <<  

Save $4 when you purchase in advance. Limited time offer! 

A NEW, DYNAMIC SITE FOR IN-WATER AND LAND EXHIBITS.

    More than 1,200 boats on land and in the water with 400+ slips.

    A deep water basin to accommodate large boats

    Closed and open-air tented exhibit space for marine accessories, electronics, engines, nautical gifts and apparel and services.

ENTERTAINMENT, DINING & MORE

Enjoy your day at the show and experience the boating lifestyle in a whole new way.

    On-the-water boating workshops, daily seminars, and fun ways to test the waters including paddle sports demos

    A new menu of dining and food options that cater to every taste, with several restaurants right on site

Strictly Sail® Miami will remain at Miamarina at Bayside Marketplace. Strictly Sail will be open from 10am–6pm daily. 

>> Click here to access your Discounted Ticket pricing <<  

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