Does it seem like there is an unusually large amount of captains, sailors, pilots, and engineers roaming around Fort Lauderdale this week? It’s probably because they’re all a part of the annual Fleet Week, not to be confused with the Fort Lauderdale Air & Sea Show that’s also happening this week.
The annual Fleet Week is approaching its 30th anniversary and is currently in its 26th year. It is run by the Broward Navy Days nonprofit organization and is a celebration of Navy ships and their crews. Attendees will find six unique ships they can tour and it’s expected that Fleet Week will draw over 12,000 people. Though it may not be as familiar as the Air Show, Fleet Week is particularly important for sailors as it allows them to get a break from their normal routine. Sailors also have the opportunity to visit schools and hospitals during this time.
Due to security reasons, anyone wanting to take a tour of one of the Fleet Week ships is required to pre-register. However, there are public events being held including an awards banquet and Marlins game on Thursday and a culinary competition being hosted at the Allied Kitchen and Bath on Saturday night. Drop by, say hi, and get a chance to thank sailors for their service.
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