Next month’s Miami International Boat Show is no more and it remains to be seen whether the Palm Beach International Boat Show in March is going to happen. If you’re willing to make the drive, you may get your boat fix by heading to the 47th annual Stuart Boat Show, scheduled to take place January 15th through the 17th.
The planners behind the Stuart Boat Show have established protocols to keep visitors and exhibitors safe. The event arrives during an interesting time for the boating industry. Sales of new powerboats in the United States were up by more than ten percent last year. As for the Stuart Boat Show, social distancing will be in place, seminars are being nixed, there will be several hand sanitizer stations, and organizers are pushing for attendees to opt for online ticket purchases versus in-person.
Stuart Boat Show will take place at 54 and 290 N.W. Dixie Highway, just northwest of Old Roosevelt Bridge. Tickets for adults will be $15 and $8 for children ages 12 and under.
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