What could be more fun than seeing the finest, mega yachts and super cars, when you live in south Florida? Not much! If you haven’t had the opportunity to attend one of the world-class, Miami International Boat Shows, don’t miss the one coming up next weekend. The 2013 Miami International Boat Show is rolling into town from February 14-18th, and it is sure to set the benchmark. Every year we have 3 unparalleled, super shows that come to our area: Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami.
The Miami Boat Show is the largest, annual event Florida hosts and it is the premier place to see what’s new in the world of boating. At the Miami International Boat Show the jumbo yachts, super cars and spectacular scenery will amaze you. The famous canals and inlets of the Miami Bay are filled with lavish boats. You will be walking the streets of Miami Beach only to see the most incredible boats the globe has to offer.
Over 3,000 boats and 2,000 unique exhibitors will be here from all over the world and this show has something to offer for anyone! From powerboats, luxury yachts, center consoles and sail boats, you are sure to be amazed. You will even see the best in nautical attire and accessories from, scuba diving gear, fishing accessories, jet skis and under-water power scooters. Not only will you preview the best of this year’s boating season, you will be absolutely blown away by the cars. From Ferrari, Lamborghini, Rolls Royce, Mercedes Benz, Bentley, BMW and more, it’s a one of a kind event.
With chart topping über yachts, dream cars, miles of vendors, tasty food and drink stops, the Miami International Boat Show should be on your to-do list. This year they have outdone themselves with celebrity appearances, including Bear Grylls from the Discovery Channel’s Man vs. Wild. Another bonus to going to the Miami International Boat Show is the opportunity to stay and see the famed Coconut Grove Art Festival. The illustrious Coconut Grove Art Festival has been a Miami tradition for years and is another event that should not be missed. The best in paintings, sculptures and mixed media arts are displayed among the palm-lined streets in the “Grove.” All of the cultures south Florida prizes are showcased this weekend. Cultures ranging from American to Spanish, Cuban to Caribbean will grace the streets with their enticing local dishes and talent.
Learn more about exhibitors, products, events and tickets by visiting the MiamiBoatShow.com.