Miami18: Two boat shows for one price

Feb 15, 2018 by Triton Staff

The 30th annual in-water brokerage show — now known as Miami Yacht Show and set for Feb. 15-19 — has a new joint ticket in partnership with the Miami International Boat Show, which takes place the same weekend. For $50 a day, people can attend both shows.

The Miami Yacht Show is expected to feature more than 500 new and brokerage yachts along Collins Avenue, across from the Fontainebleau and Eden Roc hotels in Miami Beach, and on Watson Island at the Island Gardens Deep Harbour marina. The show is managed and produced by Informa, which co-owns the show with the International Yacht Brokers Association.

The Miami International Boat Show, which is owned and operated by the National Marine Manufacturers Association, will take place at Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin on Virginia Key.

Daily tickets to each show are $25 — an increase for the Miami Yacht Show from last year’s $20 entry fee — so there is no savings, but the one ticket enables attendees to skip ticket purchase lines at one of the shows.

Bus transportation from the Miami Yacht Show to the Miami International Boat Show will run from bus stops 1, 3 and 5 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. For more information, visit miamiyachtshow.com.

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