Fast facts – Macomb Daily


What: 12th Annual Progressive Metro Boat Show produced by the Michigan Boating Industries Association

When: September 16-19, 2021

Or: Lake St. Clair Metropolitan Park, Harrison Township

With: A beautiful display of boats in water and on land to see and buy from 10 to 50+ feet in length to suit all interests and budgets. Take advantage of great end-of-season offers and check out the new 2022 models being introduced. Discover the latest technology, designs, materials and colors of all types and sizes: stylish yachts, runabouts, personal watercraft, pontoons, fishing boats, ski boats, inflatables, cruise boats and used boats. The latest services, accessories, engines, trailers, electronics, fishing gear, dockage, marinas, etc. will also be presented.

One stop shop: Provides onsite financing, insurance, slip rentals, brokerage, vacation planning, charter trips, maintenance and most other types of extras needed by boaters, saving buyers money time and money.

Non-nautical attractions: Live music, food trucks, backyard games, beer tents with Michigan craft beers, take-out boats for the kids and more.

New this year: “Welcome to the Water” educational workshops providing important information on topics such as battery care, shrink wrap recycling, invasive species, boating safety and more.

Hours: 1 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday; 11 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Saturday; 11 am-6pm Sunday

Admission: Adults $ 10, children 12 and under are free with an adult. Tickets available online only at metroboatshow.net

Car park: Located at Lake St. Clair Metropark – $ 10 per day or free with a season pass.

COVID-19 Security: The show will follow recommended public safety protocols with social distancing to provide a safe experience for all participants. Please see the COVID-19 Security section on the show website for more details.

Sponsored by: Progressive Insurance, the Huron Clinton Metroparks and Great Lakes Scuttlebutt – the official publication of the MBIA Boat Shows.

Contact: For more information, visit metroboatshow.net or call the MBIA at 734-261-0123.

Information courtesy of the Michigan Boating Industries Association

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