Four Must-Sees at the 2018 Miami International Boat Show

Day One is a wrap, and Day Two is officially underway for this year’s Miami International Boat Show! Tens of thousands of boating enthusiasts are expected to pass through Miami Marine Stadium Park on this President’s Day (USA) weekend and we could not be more excited! The show runs from Thursday, February 15 to Monday, February 19, 10 am to 6 pm daily. Tickets are still available, click here!

Riviera Boats – Slips 650-657
Step aboard and experience luxury, quality and sophistication on one of the nine Riviera models showcased at Pier 6. Prepare to be stunned by the blue-water 57 Enclosed Flybridge and 43 Open Flybridge models which are two of the latest and greatest examples of flybridge engineering. Stop by and say hello to Van Isle Marina’s Yacht Broker, Cameron Williams.

Miss GEICO Offshore Racing Boat – Booth CC10
This world-class racing boat is a 47’ Victory Catamaran that has won several awards, propelled by two 1650 Mercury race engines with 3300 hp. The catamaran can reach speeds more than 200 mph, so this is not a exhibit you want to miss!

Fred’s Shed – Tent J
This exhibit is an interactive learning experience, dedicated to DIY repairs and maintenance for boat-owners. Seminars are lead by industry experts and it is completely free. Topics include: diagnosing electrical problems, gas outboard troubleshooting, carburetor maintenance and many more topics! You can find these seminars running throughout the day, from 11 am to 5 pm at Sailor’s Cove.

Discover Boating’s Hands-On Skills Training Courses – Header Dock between Piers 1 & 2
Whether you are a sailor or a powerboater, there is always a benefit to sharpening up your skills! There are courses available for novice and advanced boaters. These seminars specialize in monohull and catamaran sailing, or basic powerboat docking. Each course has a maximum number of participants, so reserving your spot in advance is necessary.

What exhibits are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments below.

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