The Tampa Bay Boat Show returns with a 3-day event this weekend


Ahoy boaters, fishermen and water lovers! The nautical sale of the season is back on the grounds of the Florida State Fairgrounds.

Sunny Florida boasts of being the boating capital of the world with the best boating destinations. The Tampa Bay Boat Show establishes that you don’t have to be a boater to dream like one.

To be one of the largest boating Tampa Bay events, it brings together dealers and boat builders in the region every quarter. Over a 3-day affair, they feature the best and newest boating and fishing supplies and accessories for boating enthusiasts.

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This time, Tampa Bay Weatherthe host of the show, opens the door to the event from June 24 to 26. You can shop, savor the delicacies, and marvel at the beauty of all kinds of watercraft — from yachts and pontoons to cruisers, kayaks, and even jet skis.

The show will also host a variety of fishing seminars on the techniques and secrets of catching different species from experienced captains. Rest your feet between event rides and learn something new.

Thousands of Tampa Bay residents and visitors look forward to viewing and comparing millions of dollars worth of boat inventory, all in one place. The best part – this extravagant event promises you could be on the water, sailing along, by the end of the weekend!

So, are you excited to kick back and relax this weekend, soaking up the sun while rating and comparing hundreds of ships big and small?

You can touch down from 10 a.m. and explore until 5 p.m., with an hour extension at closing time on Saturdays. Enjoy free admission all weekend, except for parking fees, which are subject to Florida State Fairgrounds.

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